Gotnews.com is publishing photos of Senator Robert Menendez and his married girlfriend taken during a vacation in Puerto Rico.
The photos were sent to its editor-in-chief Charles C. Johnson and were first discussed in a New York Post article.
We have no way of knowing whether the photos are, in fact, real but they have been discussed by other publications and so we leave it to the reader to judge for himself. We also don’t know why there are white marks on the photos.
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Here is the document sent to Gotnews.com’s editor-in-chief Charles C. Johnson.
The married woman in the photos is Cecilia Reynolds, who works for an illegal immigrant advocacy newsletter in New Jersey that is funded with taxpayer dollars.
— Jacob Hawkins (@SouthernPol) April 18, 2014
This weekend Menendez was the subject of a fawning Wall Street Journal interview that praised the New Jersey liberal as a hawk.
The Journal story falsely claimed that the previous allegations about Menendez soliciting underaged prostitutes were “exposed as lies.”
Menendez has racked up over $700,000 in legal bills to defend himself from the FBI probe.
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) July 16, 2014
Menendez’s investigation by the executive branch has presented an obvious conflict of interest and separation of powers problem.
Menendez's troubles present grave separation of powers and national security concerns. WH has massive leverage on the chairman. Not OK.
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) July 16, 2014
No less an authority than the New York Times says Menendez needs to step down.
NYTimes: Mr. Menendez’s Ethics Problem
NYT calls for Menendez removal from leadership position. http://t.co/6vhPAceM
— Chapin D. Fay (@chapinfay) February 9, 2013
Menendez is currently engaged to be married to a woman he may have been dating at the same time as Reynolds.
In fact, Menendez rewarded his girlfriend, Cecilia Reynolds, with taxpayer money while she was running her nonprofit Spanish-language newspaper, Nosotros.
She drives a Porsche Cayenne despite being a hair stylist.
A New York Times reporter had the photos and indeed wrote a story about Menendez’s corruption but that story was killed at the highest levels of the paper, sources tell Gotnews.com.
Gotnews.com offered Menendez an opportunity to apologize to its editor-in-chief for saying Cuban intelligence was the source of the claim he had solicited underaged prostitutes.
[Editor’s note: Sorry it took so long to tell the truth about Menendez. It’s why we had to go independent at Gotnews.com. More will be coming on Menendez’s corruption.]