Kudos to WTSP/CBS channel 10 reporter Mike Deeson (who incidentally is one of the best investigative reporters in Florida) for breaking the following story about former Florida Governor Charlie “Chuckles” Crist, aka: “the Tan Man,” allegedly having paid men to leave the state of Florida to hide his gay lifestyle.
The issue here of course is not “Crist is gay” — that has been common speculation for years. The real issues are: 1) what did he do to cover up his personal life that may have involved pay-offs? 2) what (if any) monies were used? 3) who were those monies paid to? 4) who else knew about it — among other issues surrounding the alleged cover-up? and 5) Okay, Crist is gay, but did he really try to make-out with Jim Greer? Eeeewww!!!
You can start to read Deeson’s story below, and watch the WTSP/CBS 10 news story segment tonight at 11:00 on Channel 10 in the Tampa/St. Petersburg market.
Arguably the funniest part of this story is ambulance-chasing liberal Democrat lawyer, and Chuckles’ boss, John “Fat Boy” Morgan, of Morgan, Morgan, Morgan and Morgan, calling Jim Greer “porky pig.” Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!
Report: Charlie Crist paid men to hide gay affair
By Mike Deeson
Tallahassee, Florida – 10 News has learned of allegations of homosexual affairs, a governor trying to kiss another man, and drunken escapades by former Governor Charlie Crist.
These allegations come in the form of a Florida Department of Law Enforcement Investigative Report in the Republican Party Chair Jim Greer saga.
Jim Greer is facing criminal charges and is set to go to trial on July 30 for allegedly paying himself to raise money for the Republican Party of Florida. Greer maintains that former Governor Charlie Crist approved the deal.
Now, discovery documents released point to allegations that as Governor, Crist paid two men to leave the state to hide his homosexuality and that he was a drunk and a liar.
To read the whole story click here: Charlie Crist paid men to hide gay affair.
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