My Stomach is Rielle-ing. Edwards Sex Tape Exists
The Edwards sex tape is the Rielle deal
At least according to Diane Dimond at the Daily Beast. This alleged John Edwards/Rielle Hunter sex tape sounds less and less alleged all the time. WARNING: PREGNANT SEX AHEAD.
The Daily Beast can now describe the video in detail, based on accounts from multiple people who have viewed it. One source who has a medical background and has worked with pregnant patients says Hunter appears four or five months pregnant based on the swollen state of her belly and nipples. This would would place the tape’s filming somewhere around September or October of 2007, smack in the middle of Edwards campaign for the presidency.
On the video, both participants are naked. Hunter is propped up against the hotel bed headboard, with John Edwards belly-down on the bed between her legs. As Hunter, the campaign’s official videographer, holds the camera, a smiling Edwards performs oral sex. Because of the camera angle, Hunter’s face is not visible, but her distinctive jewelry is. Not only does candidate Edwards know he’s being filmed, one source says, he’s also clowning around and “graphically performing for the camera.”
Eww. Like I said before, when Edwards blames Bush, it takes on a whole new, icky meaning.
My mind’s eye is now forever scarred.
John Edwards is not only a man of incredibly obscene arrogance, but he is the dumbassiest of all dumbasses. He TAPED it? While running for President of the United States?
His Two Americas: One where people are faithful to their cancer-stricken wives. The other, where people do a samba “down south” with their pregnant mistress. Who has “distinctively bejeweled” girly parts.
Treacher’s best line: “Wow. I’ve heard of politicians kissing babies, but usually not until they’re born!”
It took a lot of guts to do what this young man did. They also offered him 20k in hush money. Fabulous. The proof in my opinion here is that...Read More
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