Rove Says Allred Adds Credibility – Question: To What Does Rove Add Credibility?

There He Goes Again

I don’t frankly know which is more laughable:  Karl Rove’s claim that Gloria Allred’s representation of Sharon Bialek makes her claims more credible.  My first question in response to this assertion is: Among whom?   I don’t know a single person, apart from leftists, or Karl Rove, who thinks Allred adds credibility.  Most people view Allred as a carnival barker, selling side-show attractions on the basis of hyped assertions that are most often subsequently undermined by facts.  More, I don’t know who thinks Karl Rove has any credibility on the question of this matter, with respect to Herman Cain.  As I’ve asked before in a different context, why should we believe Karl Rove now?  Wasn’t it Karl Rove less than a week ago telling us “Cain is finished,” while prognosticating on Fox News?  In the days that followed, Cain didn’t decline in the polls as Rove predicted, so now I must ask:  What credibility does Karl Rove add to Gloria Allred?

Answer: None.

Karl Rove has no public credibility once you understand that he’s a master manipulator.  We’ve seen all of this before, and frankly, it’s despicable.  Rove is still trying to kill off the Cain candidacy in much the same we he’s successfully killed off some others.  Appearing on FoxNews Tuesday, Rove said the following:

“Credibility matters here, and Gloria Allred — while she is a Democrat and a liberal Democrat and openly so — nonetheless, has been involved in a number of high-profile cases like Tiger Woods and others, where the charges have been borne out.

So this gives Ms. Bialek’s charges and accusations a little bit of credibility, and that’s what we’re talking about here — credibility.”

Sorry, but this is laughable.  If you’ve forgotten last year, when Allred was engaged in another case smearing Meg Whitman, with purely political motives, she was dismantled quite thoroughly first by Mark Levin, and later by Greta Van Susteren.   Allred has no credibility, and the fact that Rove now expects you to think she has credibility, while ignoring the plentiful reasons she does not, constitute more reasons why Rove has no credibility.

Sorry Karl, you’ve been debunked here too many times.  Come to think of it, so has Allred. Below are the instance last year when she was clobbered by both Levin and Van Susteren:

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5 Responses to Rove Says Allred Adds Credibility – Question: To What Does Rove Add Credibility?

  1. gggtexas says:

    Thank you, Mark, for another spot-on analogy. We all know Karl Rove is simply one of the Republican Establishment gang who will do or say whatever it takes to get their moderate person (Romney, Perry) on the ballot.

  2. Bob Lambert says:

    Allred also represented someone going after Anthony Weiner, was she credible then or is it just who's side she is on at the time. She may be a high priced ambulance chaser but what does that have to do with anything about Cain?

  3. SeanStLouis says:

    Mark, with all due respect, this whole thing with Cain is (designed as) a huge distraction.

    You and everyone else has resorted to discussing Herman Cain's "personal problems" as opposed to his, and everyone else's, views on economic policy, monetary policy, foreign/domestic policy and everything else that really matters.

    This is all very convenient for everyone involved. I'm sorry, but we can't settle for politics-as-usual this time around.

    I demand to know more about how exactly Herman Cain, Mitt Romney, and everyone else running on the GOP ticket, plans on getting us out of this hole.

  4. moonprinces says:

    everybody the press included should get off cain and on obomas case he is the one who SEALED HIS PAST RECORDS and the so called press let him get away with all his communist muskim garbage. just keep going after oboma