Yesterday in Puerto Rico, a bombshell fell on Barack Obama’s hopes to at least win a small percentage of primary votes in said jurisdiction (he was only receiving 20% of support in the polls). This “bomb” goes by the name of Larry Sinclair and his allegations of homosexuality and cocaine use against Barack Hussein Obama, which happened to go ‘prime time’ yesterday throughout the Island . . .
Now, all of this controversy has reached the important primary “State” of Puerto Rico, where the show “Super Xclusivo: La Comay”, the highest rated and most popular show on the island (for the past decade), dedicated an entire hour to the discussion of this story and to the interview of Larry Sinclair himself (you can watch a custom recording of yesterday evening’s airing of “La Comay” by clicking HERE).
There is another aspect to this development and that's its impact on Hispanic voters. Many Hispanic voters are culturally conservative, and they are a critical bloc of voters to Clinton, who must make up for Obama's huge advantage among African-American voters. The story seems to be getting more attention within the Hispanic community. While the mainstream media continues to ignore the story, Sinclair's story is picking up traction on talk radio. Sinclair is scheduled for an interview on Univision Radio's WRTO in Miami tomorrow morning. He's appeared on shows in Los Angeles and New York and Cincinnati's Bill Cunningham show.