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Hard to believe that Tucker Carlson’s Vanity project is wrong again, huh?

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A couple of months ago a videotape surfaced on the Daily Caller website in which a Dominican Republic woman claimed that New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez had been in her nation and subscribed for the Rush Limbaugh Sex Tourist package.

Oh how the denizens of Breitbart on the Beltway danced badly with glee.

And they did set a record, it appears it took a few months to prove them to be have their claims undermined severely.

An escort who appeared on a video claiming Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) paid her for sex has told Dominican Republic police that she was instead paid to make up the claims in a tape recording and has never met or seen the senator before, according to court documents and two people briefed on her claim.

Someone was engaged in political shenanigans overseas?

Hmmm, how well does Tucker know Sheldon Adelson?  Though it is probably these “real pros” that have been foiled again.

I’m sure the Daily Caller will get right on this news — and they have by digging deeper.

There are actual potential scandals involving Menendez to ask questions about — but if it isn’t factually dubious, Tucker has no real interests.

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