Mark Levin plays Bill Curtis audio suggesting more to Bialek’s story

Mark Levin wants to know if the MSM or even Fox is willing to investigate this audio by Bill Curtis suggesting Sharon Bialek’s story may not be what it seems:


Also the Trifecta (Bill Whittle, Scott Ott, Stephen Green) weighed in on this yesterday saying that they simply don’t believe Sharon Bialek’s claims seem credible:

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  • Dax

    The lady who received the agreement/settlement has made these claims before.

    • Anonymous

      Who’d a thunk it that there just may be more to the story or stories? I’m sure we can all just make popcorn now and settle in for the rest of the show. We’ll of course be the first to know as the MSM will continue to pump out their anti-Cain narrative.

    • The complaint claimed that the email, based on humor widely circulated on the Internet, was sexually explicit, according to the supervisor, who did not have a copy of the email. The joke circulated online lists reasons men and women were like computers, including that men were like computers because “in order to get their attention, you have to turn them on.” Women were like computers because “even your smallest mistakes are stored in long-term memory for later retrieval.”

      I found the joke funny LOL, this lady seems the kind that everything bothers her or maybe a professional complainer.

    • Anonymous

      I hate to say it but for a woman, if she is so inclined , it is an easy payday…

      And I am in no way painting all women with one brush here.. It would take a certain kind of person to go through with false accusations for the payoff..

      And if you ask me Bialek is a prime candidate for such a person..

  • Philo Beddoe

    What a surprise.

    Bialek has a history and Kraushaar(?) has filed harassment claims in the past.

  • Dax

    Just watch, instead of clearing Cain when the truth comes out, the MSM will just quit talking about it.

  • Linky1

    Stay tuned for this-the slimestream media won’t let it die.,0,7925369.story

  • Anonymous

    … how many more low lifes will crawl out of the woodwork to keep this meme alive and the journo list media types hot on the trail. Meanwhile the real issues that concern the lifeblood of America will not make it into the public arena.

    And if Cain is driven down and out, the next rising poll star will be similarly attacked. 1 little, 2 little, 3 little Indians ….

    I believe Herman Cain is being truthful; using the overblown stigma of harassment in the 90’s was successful for a couple of women. Using that as the springboard to allege improprieties in private life is despicable and probably not defensible without trashing the accusers personally. Which becomes a circular firing squad as most people dislike personal attacks.

    I’m going to Pray for God’s Perfect Justice to these cretins.

  • Anonymous

    Good stuff. Here is the link to the Andrew Klavan article that Bill Whittle mentioned. It’s very insightful and worth reading:

    • Excellent article. Especially those last sentences.

      • Anonymous

        It really goes to the core of what is going on with this story.

        An interesting parallel to the Herman Cain story is the Joe Paterno story. I think Herman and Joe are cut from the same cloth. The difference in the stories is the weight of the evidence. I simply don’t think the evidence in Herman’s case is anywhere close to being sufficient to condemn him. Although I’m reluctant to take media reports at face value, it just feels like the evidence in the Penn State case, up to this point, has much more weight and is therefore disturbing.

        It bothers me that the PSU students are voicing support for Joe Paterno. Given the evidence, I certainly wouldn’t be marching for him. Then again, I’m not a twenty year old living on a liberal college campus.

        True to Klavan’s point, I will judge both cases on their merits and my final judgment on either could change.

  • Anonymous

    According to CBS News, Kraushaar, accuser #1, also made complaints at her next job, quote:

    “demanded thousands of dollars in payment, a reinstatement of leave she used after the accident earlier in 2002, promotion on the federal pay scale and a one-year fellowship to Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.”

    The complaint? Read on:

    “The complaint claimed that the email, based on humor widely circulated on the Internet, was sexually explicit, according to the supervisor, who did not have a copy of the email. The joke circulated online lists reasons men and women were like computers, including that men were like computers because “in order to get their attention, you have to turn them on.” Women were like computers because “even your smallest mistakes are stored in long-term memory for later retrieval.” “

    • Anonymous

      Even if this sexually explicit email was illustrated with graphic images of male and female computers in an “indelicate” condition it sure wouldn’t offend my sensibilities. Get real. I’ve laughed at that silly joke several times when it hit my inbox.
      She needs to get a real life – too bad she’s trying to find one through the Kennedy School of Gov’t.

      (I’m a sensitive (but reasonable) female of a similar age to that of the complainant)

  • Anonymous

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    • Dreamer!

    • yes! Absolutely, all of you Tea Party people donate all you can afford to Cain…or Bachman or Perry! Put your money where your mouth is~

  • When they did it to clinton, the democrates, said there was no truth to it…. I guess if you do it to a republican.. it must be the truth… and if you add the idiot lawyer for liberal democrates to back her up… there must be truth… go figure…. she gets her 5 minutes of fame..

  • Anonymous

    I like the train of thought Bill Whittle used when he said something to the effect of:

    One false allegation is one thing, but four false allegations are four false allegations. With Palin it was more like fifteen false allegations.

    Does anyone really doubt that the left, so close to their marxist purgatoristic hell-hole, could come up with 50 false allegations if they wanted to? Of course they could. They have such a large pool of ethically-challenged members from which to draw. How tough could it be?

    As long as the end it acceptable to them, the means are not restrained to any traditional version of ethics. The line of willing accomplices could probably encircle an entire Chicago city block.

  • Anonymous

    …what is her name’ BUY A LICK ‘(Bialek) .” mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  • All sums it up in the last line for me- “well that’s bull.”

  • Anonymous

    I’m disappointed in Glenn Beck. Rather than speculate about Herman Cain’s statement that he’s never met Buyalick, why doesn’t he just have Herman on the show and ask him? Honestly, I’m curious to hear that cleared up as well. I’d also like to hear Herman’s side of what she was saying to him – if that indeed even happened.

    Glenn certainly has the ability to book him on the show – just do it.

    • Anonymous

      Glenn did say how difficult it is to remember people you may have met when you are in large crowds frequently. The Amy Jacobson interview yesterday set him back a little I think.

      Embarrassing but understandable – even those of us who aren’t popular figures struggle with matching names & faces of people who think we ought to recall meeting them.

      • Even if you tried to get in their pants?

      • Glen is not always right. The best politicains I have met, are the ones who remember you, after a long time, and you are nobody. It is great for fund raisers. I remember Sen John Tower, who I had not seen for about 10 years, break thru some men, my boss, his boss, and his boss, to shake my hand, and call me by my proper name. I am the same way. What it imparts, is you are the important people, those who vote for you, not some rich guy, or high official. Anyone who does not do this is bush league.

  • Anonymous

    “You can’t make up in volume what you lack in truth” that quote alone should hold more weight in my opinion than all the false charges put together.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe this stimulates Chris Mathhews.

  • deo heerai

    Republican talking heads have to kill the cain candidacy more desperately than the liberals do now . They have exposed themselves for who they really are and now when (not if) this backfires the backlash against them will be biblical . They know it and they are terrified ,that, makes them dangerous and more importantly to note treacherous.
    Glenn beck is a good guy but can be pig headed and foolish at times.. He called Michelle Malkin “you people” when she told him giving Eric Masa one hour of his show on fox a mistake.Masa went on to talk about “tickle fights” and Beck had to grovel all over the place in apologizing to Malkin the next day

  • Anonymous

    That Sharon Bialek is a liar and a gold digger, back for another shot at the trough, does not excuse Herman Cain’s ham-handedness in dealing with this mess nor does it excuse either his inability to manage his campaign or failure to do so.

    But, of the many things I admire about the man, Herman Cain, is that he has not played the race card, regardless of how low the attackers have gone. Maybe he is a DOM and maybe he is not, but the man has shown strength of character not revealed by such public bottom feeders such as Maxine Waters, Sheila Jackass Lee, Al Shaprton and Jesse Jackson.

    • He has played the race card several times. Do we need this for four more years?

      • Anonymous

        Oh. Well, I guess that could change the level of my Cain enthusiasm somewhat. Do you have any links to videos or articles showing Mr. Cain using the “OJ” strategy?

        Thanks for responding.

      • Anonymous

        We need bo replaced, period. You have a problem with that?

  • Anonymous

    I like Cain, but he is not ready for primetime. I would imagine that Newt will get his second look. If Cain is taken down by the vicious left wing media, I would expect Cain to endorse Gingrich anyway.

    • Mike Lee

      Careful. If you dare point out what is obvious about Cain, the Cainiacs attack.
      Cain has shown time and again that he isn’t POTUS material. Interesting, likeable guy. Nothing against him. I don’t care about this nonsense either (I think he’s lying, but not necessarily guilty of anything too bad). Forget all this noise. Cain is out of his league.

  • OK I listened and herd a guy say he heard something in an elevator that was not confirmed and their is more to come out. WTF does that mean? Am I missing something here? Please tell me if I am. This is the same BS I have been hearing from our side all day long. Half truths and innuendos. We are sounding like the Libs. Politics is off the track. I know the only way to try to stop an accusation is to destroy the accuser. I always new they did it and now I know we do it also. The stuff you throw out dosen’t have to be true you just put it out there. I’m wondering today why I should give a shit about either side. This is way out of control. Cain is cooked and for the good of the party should get out of the way. Our party right now looks like a bunch of fools. We are handing Obama a golden hammer. And by the way, thank you Sarah!

  • Anonymous

    I was glad to hear that Mr. Curtis would not give any specifics, until they could be verified. Hopefully, he will dig up some dirt, from an investigative reporter standpoint. (Do they still exist?)

    I also hope Mr. Cain’s attorney has a top notch PI that will also dig into all of these women. If they have a history of filing claims, that may tend to discredit their accusations.

  • Good one RS!! I’m convinced. The BOGUS-TRONS are out!!

  • This just proves Cain was innocent about not doing anything “improper” with this bird. If she filed a complaint about those jokes then this woman needs psychiatric treatment.

  • I Love Levin…..He nails everything right on! Liberals hate us, they hate conservatives with all their might, they will lie, cheat, fudge, steal, accuse,deny all the while carrying on their immoral vile actions as we see with Liberals at the OWS.

    The cannot be trusted with power.

  • Mike Lee

    If the roles were reversed, then Cain is still lying because he says he can’t remember ever meeting this woman. Shouldn’t it be relatively easy to prove or disprove that they met at all? If Cain upgraded her hotel room – there has to be a trail. Why won’t anyone in the media – left or right – actually do some work to investigate these charges and the women, Cain, etc. ? The media is just so pathetic and lazy. And why was Bialek fired from the NRA? Shouldn’t be too difficult to find out.

  • Anonymous

    No…………….that’s sad. And unfortunately, that’s the messed up world we live in.
    Stay strong Mr. Cain!

  • I’ve lost all respect and faith in Bill Curtis. Simple as that. How inappropriate his comment is to SUGGEST because of what he has heard about the woman that Cain is likely not guilty. You know what, I’ll never hear your voice again that I don’t think of how it is in reality you are NOT a representative of justice.

  • One more thing you may not be aware of, Freedom Works has a free phone number just for you–they want you to call with your supporting comments! 1-888-564-6273 they need to know who to back…there are sooo many candidates? Bachman? Perry? (they aren’t too hot on Perry so if you are a supporter call and make your case) Gingrich? Support for him is wishy-washy. Definitely not Romney so don’t bother.