It would be easy to dismiss Will Folks claim that he had an “inappropriate physical relationship” (also euphemistically known in South Carolina as playing “hide the palmetto”) with  Governor wannabe Nikki Haley, if it were not for the fact that most South Carolinian (Carolitiot?) politicians seem to  spend most of their time having illicit sex, denying they’re having gay sex, or writing about steamy group sex.

But then again, Folks seems to be a little “questionable” according to Ben Domenech:

With no personal knowledge of his rather vague claims, I can’t rebut them — except to point out that anyone who knows Folks or has met him (I have) knows him to be a very questionable source. That’s one reason local media, who know him well, seem more skeptical about this claim. And I don’t just mean because of the domestic violence thing, or the Corvette thing, or that the former rock bassist was fired from his job as Gov. Sanford’s press secretary after numerous negative political incidents. I mean, I’m not saying Folks is untrustworthy, but I am saying that Mark Sanford found him a bit too … odd.

And who better to gauge the credibility of a blogger than the one who was fired from a high profile blogging job at the Washington Post for plagiarizing movie reviews.

That pretty much seals the deal for me. Will Folks is…sketchy.

There. I’ve said it.

TBogg

TBogg

Yeah. Like I would tell you....

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