Is refusal to answer a question about allegations against you (or the individual you represent) an admission of guilt? If so, then, there may well be more to the allegations of Harry Reid’s pederasty. Note, the conditional here. We still don’t know that it’s true. We’re far from certain about this. But now the Senate Democratic Leader’s office won’t address the allegations. How does that look?
“As you know by now,” writes Drew M. at Ace of Spades, “when baseless but serious charges are laid against a powerful political figure, it is the responsibility of the maligned individual to prove their innocence.” And when that blogger “requested comment from Harry Reid’s office on the swirling charges that someone said they heard from someone that Harry Reid is pederast,” he received this terse response which he characterizes as “chilling”:
Drew asks us to “note the non-denial. Based on the rumors we’ve all heard, we can only conclude that at best questions of Reid’s abuse remains an open question.”
Read the whole thing.