UPDATE 12/5/2014 : The story by The Rolling Stone which prompted this Daily Caller story has been more or less retracted. According to USA Today:
Rolling Stone magazine said Friday it found discrepancies in its controversial story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia and had lost faith in the piece, a shocking retreat coming merely days after author Sabrina Rubin Erdely defended the reporting.
“In the face of new information, there now appear to be discrepancies in Jackie’s account, and we have come to the conclusion that our trust in her was misplaced,” Will Dana, the magazine’s managing editor, wrote on its website.
I have sent an email to the Daily Caller about this revelation by the Rolling Stone requesting that they update their story.
Yet I have to say I find the feigned outrage by the bitter Cantor Clinging RINO’s quite amusing and it is good to know I can still tweak them by simply alerting my readers to an important story. I should probably take pity rather than deriving high amusement at their long suffering loss of Cantor and Cobb. But still, I chuckle. These people remind me of a bad remake of a Blues Brothers movie where they want to put the band back together. It ain’t gonna happen!!!
And it is still good to know that the RINO’s still hate me. I will stop being amused and wonder what I am doing wrong the day they stop the hate.
And even more, it is an affirmation that they still hang on my every word as they read my blog. Lol.
According to the Daily Caller:
Eric Cantor’s son is a member of the University of Virginia fraternity at the center of serious accusations involving a 2012 gang rape.
The former House majority leader’s son, Michael “Mikey” Cantor, was a freshman at the University of Virginia in Sept. 2012 when a woman named Jackie claims that she was gang-raped by seven members of Phi Kappa Psi at a fraternity party — including one that was apparently pledging the fraternity.
Jackie’s accusations are the focus of a bombshell Rolling Stone article, written by Sabrina Rubin Erdely and published last month.
Cantor has not been accused of any wrongdoing, and it is unclear whether he was a member of the fraternity when the alleged attack took place. The school’s fraternity rush period for undergraduates occurs in the spring semester while transfers and second- and third-year students can rush during the fall.
The Daily Caller sent Cantor a request for comment to find out if — as the son of a high-profile politician — he knew anything about the accusations against his fraternity. He has not responded.