Obama Administration Trip/Cartagena Hooker Cover-Up

Obama Administration Trip/Cartagena Hooker Cover-Up

In news that must have left my friends at the New York Post — never mind the gang at The Daily Show – with a renewed confidence that ours is a just and beneficent God, the White House has been caught covering up a scandal involving a Cartagena hooker.

The phrase “Cartagena hooker” alone is a mellifluous gift to ink-stained wretches everywhere, but the revelation that the White House reassigned the alleged client of the aforementioned Andean call girl to the State Department’s office of “Global Women’s Issues” is the sort of flourish Tom Wolfe or Chris Buckley wouldn’t dare attempt as satire.

Let us back up for a moment. Two years ago, the Secret Service was humiliated in a terrible scandal. Agents sent to prepare for a presidential trip to Colombia availed themselves of the local service industry, as it were. The local cops were called in when one agent refused to compensate a woman for services rendered, contradicting ancient advice about the oldest profession: You don’t pay for the sex; you pay for the hooker to leave. Hats off to the Cartagena constabulary for their diligence in enforcing contract rights. Ten agents lost their jobs. On April 23, 2012, then–White House press secretary Jay Carney said there were “no specific, credible allegations of misconduct by anyone on the White House advance team or the White House staff.”

“Nevertheless,” Carney said, “out of due diligence, the White House Counsel’s office has conducted a review . . . [and] came to the conclusion that there’s no indication that any member of the White House advance team engaged in any improper conduct or behavior.”

If the Washington Post’s exhaustive exclusive this week is to believed, that was what experts would call a lie. Secret Service investigators told the White House that Jonathan Dach also had too good a time in Cartagena. Dach, then a Yale law student, was a volunteer for the White House advance team. The lead investigator for the Department of Homeland Security – which oversees the Secret Service – says he was told “to withhold and alter certain information in the report of investigation because it was potentially embarrassing to the administration.”

read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/390001/cartagena-hooker-cover-jonah-Goldberg

Why is Jonathan Dach getting special protection?

Maybe it is because Jonathan’s father, Leslie Dach, is a major Democrat campaign donor ($23,000 in  2008) and former lobbyist for WalMart, partnered with Michelle Obama on the “Let’s Move!” campaign, and now works at the Department of Health and Human Services Department,  where part of his responsibilities include handling the next phase of the Affordable Care Act.  You can read more about this at:   http://aun-tv.com/2014/10/obama-administration-cover-up-of-columbian-prostitution-scandal-kathryn-ruemmler-looked-the-other-way/    It has a photo of Jonathan with Obama.

 

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