On his radio program Tuesday, Mark Levin aired a clip of veteran journalist and CBS anchor Bill Kurtis on WLS saying that Herman Cain's accuser, Sharon Bialek, is a former CBS employee with a "track record." Given her checkered past, a chuckling Kurtis posited that Bialek's and Cain's roles in the alleged car-incident could even have been reversed.
Some of Kurtis' observations on Bialek were as follows:
"She has a history."
"There is a lot more to this story."
"I can assure you that there will be far more to this story."
"Let's put Herman or Sharon in the car and say their roles may even have been reversed, given her track record here."
Bialek worked for CBS radio station WCKG from 2006-2007.
Listen to the clip below:
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Levin brings up a point worth considering: Why is this story not making its rounds in the mainstream media, and why are voices like Kurtis' being confined to select talk radio stations? Kurtis' segment aired on Monday and thus far, precious few news outlets are delving into Bialek's questionable history.