Morgan Freeman allegedly having affair with step-granddaughter
The story appears in the Washington Examiner, based on a report in the National Inquirer. When it comes to news of this nature, the Inquirer has credibility. Remember that it was the Inquirer that revealed presidential candidate John Edwards’s affair, many months before the mainstream media acknowledged it. The Inquirer gets hard facts, unlike, say, the New York Times, as in its sleazy attempt last year to convert two former McCain aides’ concerns about the appearance of an affair between McCain and a lobbyist into an actual affair, and in Maureen Dowd’s fact-less front page assertion that Nancy Reagan had had an affair with Frank Sinatra. The despised Inquirer is a more truthful and virtuous publication than the exalted Times—not that that’s difficult.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at June 20, 2009 12:38 PM | Send