Rubio PAC spends $40,000 to find out if Rubio fathered an "undocumented" child



A Super PAC supporting Marco Rubio has spent $40,000 to find out whether Marco Rubio fathered a child out of wedlock.

Marco Rubio's PAC spent more than $40,000 trying to debunk the whispers that had long haunted the Florida Republican: that he had a 'zipper problem,' mistresses and a love child.

Researchers didn't find any compelling evidence of infidelity, but what Rubio allies did find was that the constant 'drip drip' of gossip came from a handful of South Florida Republicans who are now politically aligned with rival Jeb Bush.


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McKay Coppins outlined the tenuous relationship between team Rubio and team Bush in an excerpt of his forthcoming book, 'The Wilderness,' explaining that Bush's people wanted Rubio sidelined before the 2016 race even began and tried using mistress gossip to do so.

Rubio tasked strategist Terry Sullivan to run his Reclaim America political action committee and Sullivan decided it was time to put those persistent zipper rumors to rest.

Sullivan hired the Sacramento-based firm named MB Public Affairs for the $40,000+ figure, to start trolling for skeletons in Rubio's closet

Rubio's aides, Coppins reported, warned the senator that the research would be 'about as invasive and unpleasant as a prostate exam,' but the Florida senator went through with it.


Now, let me say that I am the very last person to believe unsubstantiated rumors. Kevin McCarthy has denied having an inappropriate relationship with Renee Ellmers, and I think we have to give him the benefit of the doubt without further proof. The same goes for the National Enquirer reports of President Obama's alleged relationship with Vera Baker. Since there is no evidence, (except for the limo driver who allegedly confirmed it all to NBC and ABC news) we have to discount it.

So I don't believe that Marco Rubio committed an act of love with anyone, except perhaps Mrs. Rubio. And yet, we have to ask, why did the Rubio PAC feel it was necessary to spend $40,000 to investigate something that wasn't true?

Rubio's PAC didn't spend $40,000 to investigate whether Rubio robbed a bank.

Rubio's PAC didn't spend $40,000 to investigate whether Rubio was a child molester.

Rubio's PAC didn't spend $40,000 to investigate whether Rubio killed someone, or is really Swedish, or is an undercover agent for ISIS, or... you get the picture.

Let's say that the Bush people were purposely spreading lies. How could spending $40,000 to research this disprove these lies? You can't prove that something like this didn't happen.

It seems clear the only reason to spend such money is if there is evidence of some wrongdoing out there and by investigating, you want to see what others can find. If a person is guilty of something, it makes sense to investigate ones self to see what might be turned up by opposition research.

What other reason could there be to spend so much money to try to prove a negative?

Exit question: Does this expenditure sound like much ado about nothing, or do you think there could be a living, breathing skeleton in Rubio's closet under the age of 15 who watches GOP debates and points a stubby finger at "daddy"?



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