Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Obama: Gay Man Threatened Over Sex and Drug Claims

One Gay Man's Crusade to Expose Obama's Alleged Drug and Gay Sex Past

Larry Sinclair has found himself alone, a voice in the MSM wilderness, a gay man on a crusade against a powerful political machine and its minions, the MSM.

Since Larry Sinclair came forward one month ago with his diatribe on Youtube, he claims he's been ignored by the Obama campaign and the MSM, and that he has been been threatened with violence, of getting beaten up and shot, by, he says, Obama supporters.

In a radio interview, Sinclair claims he tried to contact the Obama campaign back in September after Obama stated in a book that his drug use was limited to his high school years.

Sinclair says he was appalled by Obama claiming his past drug use was limited to his early years. Sinclair alleges he met up with Obama back in November of 1999 at a Chicago "uptown lounge" when Obama was a state representative.

Sinclair claims he and Obama "partied" in a limo rented by Sinclair. Sinclair remembers dates and names the limo company, Five Star Limosine Service, out of Chicago. Sinclair names the town where he alleges he and Obama had gay sex and did coke at a motel in Gurnee, Illinois. And Sinclair challenges Obama to take a lie detector test while Sinclair has agreed to take one too.

Sinclair says he sees the enthusiasm and idealism of the young Obama supporters who see Obama as a truthful candidate but says those same idealistic supporters have threatened Sinclair with violence after he posted his video on Youtube.

Sinclair says he contacted the MSM, CNN, FOX, MSNBC, etc., and none of the major news agencies have shown any interest... whatsoever, this was after Sinclair claims he contacted the Obama camp and demanded Obama "tell the truth" about his past drug use. Interestingly, Sinclair's beef isn't over the claims he gave oral sex to Obama but over Obama's claims he's been drug-free since his high school days.

In 2003, Benard Schoenberg wrote a piece at NORML, recounting a conversation he had with Obama:
State Sen. BARACK OBAMA, D-Chicago, who is running for U.S. Senate, didn't tell all when recently asked about any past use of illegal drugs.

I know that because I found out more information in a 1995 book by - guess who - Barack Obama.
Schoenberg goes on to write that he was surprised that he had gotten a different answer about Obama's drug use from the candidate himself than what was written in Obama's memoir, "Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance:
"I had learned not to care," he wrote. "I blew a few smoke rings, remembering those years. Pot had helped, and booze; maybe a little blow when you could afford it. Not smack, though. ..."

Schoenberg had previously asked Obama about past drug use:
Obama, 42, told me recently he had tried marijuana in high school and hasn't consumed any illegal drugs in 20 years. When I asked if there was anything beyond marijuana in his past, Obama said, "That'll suffice."
Schoenberg called Obama on the difference between what Obama had originally told him and the book:
Obama last week apologized for not telling me earlier about his past as portrayed in the book. He said I had caught him off guard with the drug question and that, at the time, he had not wanted to overshadow his story of that day - his endorsement by the Illinois Federation of Teachers.

"My life is literally an open book," he said, referring to "Dreams of My Father."
In his memoir, Obama put his experience with drugs into the context of a young man struggling with his racial identity, something people could relate to:
"Junkie. Pothead. That's where I'd been headed: the final, fatal role of the young would-be black man," Obama wrote. "Except the highs hadn't been about that, me trying to prove what a down brother I was. Not by then, anyway. I got high for just the opposite effect, something that could push questions of who I was out of my mind, something that could flatten out the landscape of my heart, blur the edges of my memory. I had discovered that it didn't make any difference whether you smoked reefer in the white classmate's sparkling new van, or in the dorm room of some brother you'd met down at the gym, or on the beach with a couple of Hawaiian kids who had dropped out of school and now spent most of their time looking for an excuse to brawl. ... You might just be bored, or alone. Everybody was welcome into the club of disaffection."
Yet back in 1999, if Sinclair's allegations are true, Obama, a then state representative, participating in illegal drug-use and illicit oral sex with a one night stand gay man he met at a club, does not have the same "feel good" meme written in Obama's memoir, of someone who grappled with and overcame a "disaffection" and turned their life around to eventually run for president.

In our first story on Larry Sinclair's claims of alleged sex and drugs with Obama , DBKP wrote that Sinclair challenged Obama to either come out and tell the truth about his past drug use or take a lie detector test. Sinclair has few supporters and faces the Obama and DNC machine, also the disinterest of the MSM and internet threats of harm from Obama supporters.

It wouldn't be very hard for the MSM to assign a team of "crack" reporters to investigate Sinclair's story. After all, the job of the MSM is to report the news and this folks, is news.

Yes, it's sordid and ugly but could also potentially be true, and yet the MSM has made the decision to ignore it, to turn their heads until it slowly sinks out of sight.

In the interim, one little gay guy, Larry Sinclair, continues his crusade of "truth" against a powerful Washington politician running for President, Senator Barack Obama.

We may never know, who's telling "the truth."


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