White House Releases DODGY Statement On Robert Creamer Meetings With Obama

White House Releases DODGY Statement On Robert Creamer Meetings With Obama

As we reported yesterday, Robert Creamer (an expert in fraud, specifically voter fraud) was discovered as meeting with President Obama 45 times.

Below is an excerpt from that article as a quick reminder before we continue.

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ZeroHedge has more about these disturbing meetings.

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But voter fraud isn’t Creamer’s only criminal specialty. A quick look at Wikipedia reveals that Creamer spent 5 months in federal prison back in 2006 for a “$2.3 million bank fraud in relation to his operation of public interest groups in the 1990s.”

So, with that kind of history, you can imagine our surprise when we discovered that a Mr. Robert Creamer showed up on the White House visitor logs 340 times beginning in 2009 when Obama took office and culminating with his latest visit in June 2016. Moreover, in 45 of those instances, Creamer was scheduled to meet with POTUS himself. Perhaps this is just two old Chicago “community organizers” hanging out?

Knowing this man’s history, what business does Obama have with him, let alone that needs to be discussed over 45 meetings? Ted Cruz wants to know this as well, which is why he called for a criminal investigation into the matter and managed to get a shot at Hillary in, to my amusement.

So what is the White House’s response? Let’s just say that it was lukewarm at best and completely unconvincing.

“I don’t know if we’ve had the time to go back and look at every individual visit,” explained Deputy White House Press Secretary Eric Schultz in response to questions from reporters about the unusually high number of White House visits. Schultz discussed the issue with reporters on Air Force One on the president’s trip to Florida.

Schultz made the excuse that the White House visitor logs “don’t always reveal real-time information” and that Creamer sometimes attended events with more than 1,000 other people.

“This idea that there were intimate meetings in the Oval Office,” Schultz said, “I don’t think is consistent with where the data is.”

Creamer’s visits to the White House came under scrutiny after he boasted of inciting violence at Trump rallies in undercover videos released by Project Veritas.

Yesterday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest dodged questions about Creamer’s relationship with the president.

“I’m not sure that I can describe it because I’m not sure that there’s much of one,” he said, referring to their relationship.

Pardon my skepticism, but I don’t buy that crap for a second. This is one of the most vague non-answers I’ve ever heard from the White House and it is wholly unsatisfactory. We need to press for a more detailed answer and not relent until we get it.

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