Herman Cain has been the lead story on most news channels and news programs this week. Not simply because he is leading other GOP candidates in many polls, but because the liberal media sees an opportunity to unleash on him.
You've heard it all week.
But, did he do it?
Ann Coulter used Clarence Thomas' famous phrase calling the Cain story a "high-tech lynching."
Rush Limbaugh said Politico, who first carried the story used, "The ugliest racial stereotypes they can to attack a black conservative."
Brent Bozell, head of the Media Research Center was the most forceful in his comments saying, "In the eyes of the liberal media, Herman Cain is just another uppity black American who had the audacity to leave the liberal plantation."
But did he do it?
Ben Shapiro is an attorney, a Fellow at the Freedom Center and columnist for Front Page Magazine.
He wrote a column yesterday, exploring what we know at this time about the Cain media event. It is the best look at the controversy as of today---Friday. More information will come out in the coming days.
He also looks at who may have initiated the story in Politico.
If you care about the process of choosing a candidate to challenge President Obama, and I know many of you do, I strongly recommend you read this column. It is relevant and timely.
Have a great weekend. God bless you.
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