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Herman Cain: Oh Wait Thats Right I DID Pay A Settlement For Sexual Harrasment. Want To Hear Me Sing?

Screw Halloween, today should have been called Christmas considering that Herman Cain made it s day of multiple gift giving by first giving no comment and then self-righteously denying that he knew about anything about a settlement that was reached after the claims of sexual harassment were made against him in the late 90’s.

Well it seems that Herman Cain DOES remember after all.  And after a day of histrionics and gospel singing has finally admitted  it.

From the Washington Post:

“My general counsel said this started out where she and her lawyer were demanding a huge financial settlement…I don’t remember a number…But then he said because there was no basis for this, we ended up settling for what would have been a termination settlement,” Cain said in the interview, as reported by the Washington Examiner. “Maybe three months’ salary. I don’t remember. It might have been two months. I do remember my general counsel saying we didn’t pay all of the money they demanded.”


Maybe this is why Herman Cain admires Clarence Thomas so much?


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