White House Knew Of WH Aide’s Involvement In Cartagena Prostitution Scandal

The Washington Free Beacon

New allegations against the Obama administration have been raised regarding the 2012 Cartagena prostitution scandal, in which the White House may have covered up one of their advance aides spending the night with a prostitute on the now-infamous trip to Colombia.

CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett questioned whether the independent investigation into the scandal was “watered down” to protect the White House, and if the volunteer who was accused of hiring a prostitute, Jonathan Dach, was “shielded from scrutiny” because of his family ties to President Obama and the Democratic Party.

Washington Post published a damning report Wednesday that said the Obama White House put pressure on the inspector general to minimize the allegations and the mounting evidence.

David Nieland, a lead investigator on the scandal, was instructed “to withhold and alter certain information in the report of investigation because it was potentially embarrassing to the administration,” the Post reported…



The article, with video, continues at The Washington Free Beacon.


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Update:  The White House Covered Up a Possible Minor Sexual Imbroglio Involving a Very Junior Staffer, Which Couldn’t Possibly Have Any Impact at all on National Politics.And That’s What Makes the Cover-Up Alarming.

…It’s precisely how small potatoes that is that makes the cover-up frightening — if they’re willing to cover-up something so trivial, so unlikely to generate a few bored headlines for half a news day, then what won’t they cover up?…



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