(left, Young Obama and boyfriend)
Harvard University paid out over $10K
to two male Law Review editors who complained
of sexual harassment by
Barack Obama, who was President of
the Harvard Law Review 1988-1989.
Clearly Obama had CIA or Masonic protection
that organized the payments and suppressed the story.
Even the GOP kept silent.
Question: Have you heard about this? I stumbled on the story while searching for images of "sexual perversion."
During Barack Obama's tenure as the president of the Harvard Law Review in the late 1980s, at least two male student editors complained to colleagues and senior university officials about inappropriate behavior by Obama, ultimately leaving their positions at the journal, multiple sources confirm to THE KANSAS CITIAN.
The men complained of sexually suggestive behavior by Obama that made them angry and uncomfortable, the sources said, and they signed agreements with the university that gave them financial payouts to leave the journal. The agreements also included language that bars the men from talking about their departures.
In a series of comments over the past 10 days, Obama and his administration repeatedly declined to respond directly about whether he ever faced allegations of sexual harassment at the journal. They have also declined to address questions about specific reporting confirming that there were financial settlements in two cases in which men levelled complaints.
THE KANSAS CITIAN has confirmed the identities of the two male journal editors who complained about Obama but, for privacy concerns, is not publishing their names.
(left, Mr. and Mrs.)
White House spokesman Jay Carney told THE KANSAS CITIAN the president indicated to White House staff that he was "vaguely familiar" with the charges and that the university's general counsel had resolved the matter.
Obama was president of the Harvard Law Review from late-1988 to mid-1989. THE KANSAS CITIAN learned of the allegations against him, and over the course of several weeks, has put together accounts of what happened by talking to a lengthy roster of former university officials, current and past students and others familiar with the workings of the journal at the time Obama was there.
In one case, THE KANSAS CITIAN has seen documentation describing the allegations and showing that the university formally resolved the matter. Both men received separation packages that were in the five-figure range.
On the details of Obama's allegedly inappropriate behavior with the two men, THE KANSAS CITIAN has a half-dozen sources shedding light on different aspects of the complaints.
The sources -- including the recollections of close associates and other documentation -- describe episodes that left the men upset and offended. These incidents include conversations allegedly filled with innuendo or personal questions of a sexually suggestive nature, taking place at hotels during conferences, at other officially sanctioned journal events and at the journal's offices.
There were also descriptions of physical gestures that were not overtly sexual but that made men who experienced or witnessed them uncomfortable and that they regarded as improper in a professional relationship.
UPDATE: Third man comes forward to AP.
A third former editor says he considered filing a workplace complaint over what he considered aggressive and unwanted behavior by Barack Obama when he worked under the president in the 1991 at the University of Chicago. He says the behavior included a private invitation to his apartment.
He worked for the University of Chicago when he was a Visiting Law and Government Fellow. He told The Associated Press that Obama made sexually suggestive remarks or gestures about the same time that the two editors of the Harvard Law Review had settled separate harassment complaints against him.
The employee described situations in which he said Obama told him he had confided to colleagues how attractive he was and invited him to his apartment outside work. He spoke on condition of anonymity, saying he feared retaliation. The White House declined to comment.
First Comment by Richard
Most politicians are sex deviants.
They're immune to sex scandal unless the managing editor gets the order from on high to expose them for real. Otherwise media renders unauthorized (though true) leaks 'irrelevant'.
The former Chicago Limo driver/male prostitute/drug dealer Larry Sinclair gave a most credible story about driving Senator Obama two nights in 1999. The profile of Obama as a "down low" suit paying for crack and a blow job in a limo sounds exactly right for Obama's "type". That would be the only kind of "intimacy" he could handle. I can't picture him with a woman at all.
Wow, more dirt on our savior Obama as we watch the DNC implode. One would almost think it is by design. The first comment by Richard nailed it.
Let us not forget Joan Rivers who was the first to out Michelle as a "Tranny" died after minor surgery. My guess is she jumped the gun and somebody didn't like it. This is from the Huffington Post: "Rivers died Sept. 4, a week after she had been rushed to the hospital after suffering cardiac arrest during a throat procedure to evaluate changes in her voice, and to address her acid reflux, at Yorkville Endoscopy. While the medical examiner called the complication "predicable" in its report, released Wednesday, the doctor who performed Rivers' procedure has since left the practice and the clinic is under investigation by The New York State Health Department. Neither the doctor nor the clinic has been accused of wrongdoing at this time."
Here is the forty second video that more than likely got Rivers killed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Et38_Ufv-Jw