Friday, May 28, 2010

Administration Asked Bill Clinton to Offer Sestak Job

In a report released by the White House today, it was revealed that the Administration asked former President Bill Clinton to urge Joe Sestak out of the Democratic Pennsylvania Primary by offering him a job.

The press release states, amongst other things:
White House staff did not discuss these options with Congressman Sestak. The White House Chief of Staff enlisted the support of former President Clinton who agreed to raise with Congressman Sestak options of service on a Presidential or other Senior Executive Branch Advisory Board. Congressman Sestak declined the suggested alternatives, remaining committed to his Senate candidacy.
That is illegal. Very illegal. And just because the idea was floated, but not put into practice, does not mean that it is not against the law. Just like talking about robbing people or planning to kill people is against the law.
Offered Sestak a Job

Joe Sestak is set to give a press conference soon. We'll see what happens.

So, will the Main Stream Media pick up on this story? I doubt it.

Update: Joe Sestak has released a statement in which he states that Rahm Emanuel asked former President Clinton to offer him, Sestak, a job. In other words, Sestak confirmed the White House story. Stay tuned.

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