Sharon Bialek, claiming to be a tea party supporter, made a lot of wild accusations against Herman Cain.

Her allegations have no basis of external proof, it is stricly a "she-said/he-said" deal, and her lawyer is the infamous Gloria Alred, who famously trumpeted the accusers of the Duke Lacrosse team, ruinbing their seaon, only to see her client exposed as an outright liar.

The whole thing smells of political fishiness, and now we may have discovered that Sharon Bialek is an acccount executive for a liberal leaning ad agency, see here: http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/153340-Fates_Fortunes.php

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At Katz Marketing Dimensions: Judy Carlough, sales manager, Greater Boston Radio, Boston, named VP/manager, Atlanta; Jeanne Schad, account supervisor, Richards Group, Dallas, named account manager, Dallas; Sharon Bialek, NTR director, WGN Radio, Chicago, named account manager, Chicago.

Why would THIS matter?

If Bialek is a marketing executive whose firm worked on "branding" and "media communications". then this would make sense. No doubt Cain's accuser, if she IS a marketing executive, knows that she will be the darling of the liberal elite social circles and hereafter never lack for a good place of employment.

Is what she is saying TRUE?

So far the accuser has claimed that she is a registered republican and tea party supporter.

In Illinois there are no "registered" this or that, unlike in Pennsylvania where you delcare a party, in Illinois, you don't. So then nobody could ossibly substantiate this claim.

See the Illinoise voter registration here: http://www.elections.il.gov/Downloads/VotingInformation/PDF/R-19.pdf

Hat tip to Steve Eggleston for showing us this: http://norunnyeggs.com/  

We are hearing from LOCAL Tea Party groups, via http:/www.publiusforum.com that so far NO local tea party member has ever heard of this woman.

This is America, we are supposed to say "inocent until proven guilty", a principle Alred urged be abandoned during the Duke Lacrosse debace and that she is trying to set aside now.