Kevin McCullough

Well, it appears the White House has attempted and perhaps succeeded on burying a major revelation about the White House/David Axelrod/SpammedEmail scandal.

Turns out that while they've been denying having any clue as to how people that had never had any contact with the Obama White House suddenly found their in boxes hit with adviser David Axelrod's personal plea begging Americans to embrace the President's plan to federalize control over a national health care system.

For weeks the White House had said they had no idea. They stated they would be looking into it. They claimed that perhaps hackers had added unsuspecting e-mail addresses when no one was looking...

Of course the truth was, they knew exactly where the unsolicited e-mail came from... themselves.

And they hired GovDelivery to see to it that the spam got out in time.

Via Fox News who reported the development:
The company, Govdelivery, describes itself as the world's leading provider of government-to-citizen communication solutions and says its e-mail service provides a fully-automated on-demand public communication system.
I know that I have personally been besieged with correspondence from readers/listeners who have begged me to find out the truth behind all of this.

But as is so often the case in so many instances, the most obvious possibility makes the most logical explanation. The White House hired the firm, sent the e-mail, because they were losing the battle on the issue.

The downside is that now the American people have one less reason to trust anything they say...