ABC’s Martha Raddatz on This Week interviewed Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) for 6 minutes and didn’t ask one question about the FBI investigating him for sleeping with underage girls in the Dominican Republic. Some reports say the girls were underage prostitutes in the Dominican, but really, how is an underaged girl a prostitute? She’s used and abused. She’s the unfortunate tool of adults, and maybe of a U.S. Senator. Should he have worried that ABC might bring this ugly story to light? Of course not. He’s a Democrat. The FBI is investigating? Nothing for Raddatz to be curious about here.
The FBI keeps Senator Robert Menendez under an investigation process since August 1st, 2012 when an inquiry was opened based on continuous violations associated with prostitution and other issues. This process is conducted by Special Agent Regino E. Chavez, appointed by Miami’s FBI Field Office. (Email email@example.com, Cell 954-551-9274, Office: 305-787- 6654)
Documents published online for the first time Thursday indicate that the FBI opened an inquiry into New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez on August 1, 2012, focusing on repeated trips he took to the Dominican Republic with longtime campaign contributor and Miami eye doctor Salomon Melgen. TheDC reported in November that Menendez purchased the service of prostitutes in that Caribbean nation at a series of alcohol-fueled sex parties.
The documents, which The Daily Caller had obtained hours earlier from an anonymous source, also indicate that Carrie Levine, research director at Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), was alerted on April 9, 2012 to Menendez’s habit of paying for sex while outside the United States. (Read the tipsters information at Daily Caller. The DC article, itself, without following any links, is 4 pages long))
The report above cites numerous unauthorized trips to the Dominican Republic, and an awareness of “Menendez’s habit of paying for sex while outside the United States.”
Read the transcript of the Menendez interview at Newsbusters.
Bob Menendez has a daughter, about 30 years old now. Could he ever think of his daughter in such a condition? No, because it would never happen to his daughter. He’s a divorced man, maybe trying to protect his reputation here, by running abroad to have someone else’s daughter. Maybe none of this is true. Maybe it’s a set-up. Maybe Menendez is the victim of a cruel hoax, but…why wouldn’t Raddatz ask – it’s her network which has been in on this from the beginning. Graphic courtesy of FEDS Investigation On Senator Robert Menendez