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Fired Inspector General Makes Fun of Obama and Biden Gaffes

Gerald Walpin, the former Americorps Inspector General who alleges he was fired unfairly, might not help his case with this: I would never say President Obama

Jul 31, 2020
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Gerald Walpin, the former Americorps Inspector General whoalleges he was fired unfairly, might not help his case with this:
“I would never say President Obama doesn’t have the capacity to continue to serve because of his (statement) that there are 56 states,” Walpin said, adding that the same holds for Vice President Biden and his “many express confusions that have been highlighted by the media.” Obama mistakenly said once on the campaign trail that he had traveled to 57 states.
The “57 states” flub— thirteen months ago Obama apparently meant to say he’d been to 47 states, but said “57″ — is famous on the Fox News circuit and the conservative blogosphere, if pretty much forgotten everywhere else.
Now, a skeptic of the administration is not a bad guy to have investigating contracts. But Walpin had been attackedin 2008 as a “right-wing Republican” who said at a 2005 fundraiser for former Gov. Mitt Romney that Massachusetts was run by a “modern-day KKK” of the “Kennedy-Kerry Klan.” He gave one of his first interviews about this storyto WorldNetDaily, the fringe site that’s hounding billboard companies that refuse to sell space to run ads about Barack Obama’s citizenship. None of this discredits Walpin, but it’s making him a less sympathetic figure at the very time that some Republicans, such as Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), are wondering if they can make a scandal out of this.
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