Washington (CNN) – Presidential hopeful Herman Cain said he didn't remember ever knowing Sharon Bialek when she went before TV cameras Monday to accuse him of sexually groping her in 1997, but the two were seen talking last month.
A Chicago radio host told CNN Wednesday that she saw Bialek approach Cain at a tea party event on October 1, and the pair engaged in a conversation that day.
@Jerry, stand up for the man who just made it ok for white people to feel good about believing black people are incapable of thinking for themselves, HA...you must be snorting that CAIN...however, I do feel for his wife and what all of this is doing to her, cause whether the allegations are true or not they do exists and since this happened in the 90s, this more than likely something Mrs. Cain doesn't wanna have her marriage relive, so I am praying for her strength, but Herman Cain gets no sympathy from me!!!
Wow, you Liberals are a vile hateful bunch! Frothing at the mouth and believing everything that the left-wing Media spews at you! So pathetic that you have already passed judgement on a successful Black man that started from NOTHING! Your TRUE COLORS vividly showing for sure!
Don't like Koch Caine
Seeing someone talking together doesn't mean anything is or was going on it's just the mind of the person that saw them and opening there mouth not knowing what was going on at that time