Monday, November 23, 2009

That sound you just heard . . .

. . . was my head exploding:
On June 27, 2008, Michelle Rhee, head of the Washington, D.C., school system, paid a visit to Gerald Walpin, who was inspector general of the government volunteer organization AmeriCorps. . . .
Rhee, who later became engaged to marry Johnson, had been on St. Hope’s board of directors before taking over as chief of the District of Columbia system. Her apparent goal, as she visited Walpin, was to vouch for Johnson.
"The basic point of her meeting with me was to tell me what a great guy he was," Walpin recalls, "and what wonderful work he has done, and that maybe he had made mistakes administratively, but that she thought I should give as much consideration as possible to his good work in deciding what to do."
OK, my head exploded not merely because Byron York scooped me again -- he's a good reporter -- but because the sex-scandal angle in the IG-Gate story is being ignored by the MSM.

Here you've got Johnson, accused of sexual misconduct by three different St. HOPE students, and one of the St. HOPE board members -- who also happens to be Johnson's fiancee -- is trying to get the Inspector General to drop his investigation, in the middle of Johnson's 2008 campaign for mayor. The accused sexual predador is a close friend of the president, and Little Miss Predator-Enabler is the head of D.C. public schools?

On what planet is this not front-page news?


  1. I miss the simpler, innocent days when KJ was a star point guard for the playoff caliber Phoenix Suns and not a pervert politician. What happened to those days?

  2. Well, it's actually the dual-planet system of Hopium and Changeeba.

  3. smitty, don't forget the moon Cougaron.

  4. Only in America, where the Obamawhore media will cover anything. Cover anything up that hurts the Dear Leader and friends.

  5. Anon @ 11:06,

    Even back in his playing days Johnson had a sex scandal. He allegedly had his way with a 16 year old when he was 29 and then she (or her lawyer) tried to shake him down before the playoffs one year. Whether it was consensual or not was somewhat in dispute. Details are from an admittedly shaky memory.

  6. He's still a point guard. Just something else is pointing in the direction he wants to head! (Bad pun?)