So, Menendez paid a prostitute to change her story.<quoted text>
yep. again. all day long if you want. with so many people taking shots at republicans i think i can sustain it for a few hours. er, days?
the morning fav....
The Daily Caller Is Sticking With Its Senator Menendez Prostitute Story
It ultimately doesn't matter whether The Daily Caller is right and Nexis de los Santos Santana isn't actually one of the two women who was featured in their November 1 story about Menendez. The woman says that she and a friend were paid to make up the claims about Menendez and give those stories to journalists, suggesting the scam is wider than just one person. But even if the friend isn't one of the women in the video, the story still calls into question the entire premise of their original charge against Menendez. If someone was paying Dominican prostitutes to make up stories about the Senator, then the credibility of anyone telling the same story has to now be in question. Especially because there seems to be no other proof (according to the FBI) that Menendez is guilty. The woman in the Post story may be lying now, but nothing in The Daily Caller's response proves that she is.
Oh, and one final strike against The Daily Caller. Carlson claimed in his tweet that no one from the Post called before they published their story. Post reporter Carol Leonnig writes in the middle of her piece, that "Daily Caller Editor Tucker Carlson did not reply to phone calls and e-mails requesting comment."
Tucker shut down the comments on the story after peeps started posting stuff like that over at the Caller.
and yes, i was one of those peeps.
What a surprise!
After all, she is a prostitute.