Gloria Cain, who is Herman Cain’s wife, says the allegations of sexual harassment against the GOP presidential candidate are false because he “totally respects women.” Two weeks after accusations of sexual harassment against Herman Cain emerged, his wife, Gloria Cain, has opened up publicly about the matter, saying, “I’m thinking he would have to have a split personality to do the things that were said,” Gloria Cain said according to media reports in an interview which will air Monday on Fox News’s “On the Record” with Greta Van Susteren. During the show “On the Record,” Gloria Cain said that she can’t believe the claims he harassed women when he was the President of the National Restaurant Association in the 1990s. Continue
After being let go by the NRA foundation, Sharon Bialek, who had met Cain on several occasions during conferences and at a dinner, Bialek described an encounter with Cain that happened in July of 1997 in Washington D.C. that left the woman shaken and embarrassed. Sharon Bialek is the fourth to have made such allegations about behavior in the 1990s but the first to state them publicly. Bialek says Cain took her to the NRA offices, she thought they were going inside, but Cain reached under her skirt to grab her genitals and tried to force her head down to his crotch. Continue
Republican candidate Herman Cain is refusing a report claiming he was frequently accused of sexual harassment. In a statement Sunday night, Cain’s campaign said a media report that Cain was accused of sexual harassment at least twice during his term as the head of the National Restaurant Association isn’t factual and represents unjust harasses. A Politico report was released Sunday night that alleges two women filed charges of sexual harassment against Cain while he was president of the National Restaurant Association, reports MSNBC. Continue
Growing up in Harlem and spending time in his mother’s home country of Jamaica, Harry Belafonte lived around the poverty in home place. However, the obstacles and experiences he got on his life at young age helped motivate Belafonte’s activist spirits. “I was born into a world that was absent of social justice,” he told Reuters in an interview. Harry Belafonte recently added his voice to the choir of liberals and many Americans who are dissatisfied with Cain’s point of view about on race and American equality. Continue
Harry Belafonte made his fame last week by condemning Herman Cain as a “bad apple” and “false Negro”. He attacked the Republican Presidential candidate, Herman Cain, during a record of the “Joy Behar Show” on Monday. Belafonte’s criticism for the rolling Republican candidate came after Behar asked for his opinion on Cain’s current statements that racism in this country doesn’t hold “anybody back in a big way.” Cain, an African American, has repeatedly stated that he doesn’t believe that race is a major factor in holding people back any longer. The Belafonte statement which stabbed Cain was a direct result of recent statements he has made about race and equality in America. Continue
Last night’s Bloomberg News-Washington Post Republican presidential debate at Dartmouth College focused on the economy. Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain and his “9-9-9″ plan stole the spotlight at a Tuesday night debate among Republican presidential candidates in New Hampshire. For his part, Cain instituted a 9 percent wage income tax, a 9 percent value-added tax for business, and a 9 percent national sales tax, aka the Fair Tax. Continue
Rep. Peter King joined Herman Cain among the ranks of Republican polls who disenchanted the Occupy Wall Street protesters and their nationwide opposite numbers, calling them a “ragtag mob” and “anarchists” on the Laura Ingraham radio show Friday. King compared them to similar left-wing demonstrations of the 1960s that took to the streets and caused policy changes after the media “glorified” the protesters, adding to the growing chorus of Republicans publicly disapproving the Occupy Wall Street protests. Continue
Herman Cain is a businessman, politician, columnist, and radio host from Georgia. In January 2011, Cain announced he had formed a research committee for a potential presidential campaign for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012, and on May 21, 2011, Cain officially announced his candidacy. His short declarative sentences, resonant voice, and plain-spokenness are styles that apparently striking a chord among the GOP faithful. After a series of impressive debate performances and a new poll which is showing him in third place after Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney who holds the top rank at 23 percent and Texas Gov. Rick Perry who has 19 percent support, he is the latest GOP candidate to make a great buildup.
The latest Fox News Poll shows Cain has tripled his support to 17 percent. His support went up 6 percent from before this month’s debates. The former Godfather’s Pizza executive has wowed debate audiences with his pizza slogan-worthy 9-9-9 approach to tax policy. The slogan means a 9 percent income tax, 9 percent corporate tax and new 9 percent national sales tax. Yesterday in an interview on CNN, when asked why so many blacks turn away from the Republican Party, Cain responded, “Many African-Americans have been brainwashed into not being open-minded, not even considering a conservative point of view. I have received some of that same vitriol simply because I am running for the Republican nomination as a conservative.”
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