A man claiming to have been close friends with Barack Obama in college maintains that the president once used and sold cocaine. The would-be author has been shut down by Republican operatives, that the man allegedly sought to help push the story in the media. Political operatives reportedly close to the Mitt Romney campaign were allegedly contacted about the drug dealing rumors, and rejected both the information and the offer to communicate with the story teller. The shocking claims have many wondering if the college drug dealing allegations are part of the political bombshell Donald Trump promised to drop on Wednesday.
A Radar Online source had this to say about the man peddling the President Obama cocaine story:
“At first he wanted to do a book. But there just wasn’t enough time before the election. The people he is involved with have produced other credible information that is damaging to national Democratic figures in the past few years. People who would have taken the information to the highest levels of Romney’s campaign just wouldn’t touch it.”
The source also added that when told about the cocaine using gossip, the Romney campaign made it clear they did not want the candidate associated with the drug dealing claims in any manner.
A proposal of the yet unnamed man’s story was given to Radar Online in a document format. According to the website, multiple sources claim they can back up the Barack Obama college cocaine allegations. Although the sources maintain they have evidence to prove their dramatic claims, there is no indication that such proof has been shared with any media outlet. The man pushing the story allegedly offered to take a polygraph test, but results from such a test have not been offered.
Could the allegations about college cocaine use be the supposed bombshell Donald Trump stated he wanted to drop?