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WASHINGTON – In an interview with The Huffington Post on Monday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said a Bain Capital investor told him that Mitt Romney wasn’t releasing his tax records because for ten years he didn’t pay a dime in taxes. This afternoon, less than 48 hours since the accusation, Senator Reid told The Daily Rash that he received a call from another Bain Capital investor who told him of the existence of a Mitt Romney sex tape. Now, along with demanding the release of his tax records, Senator Reid is calling for Mitt Romney to release his sex tape.
In a candid interview from his Capital Hill office, Reid told The Daily Rash he was “very surprised” to hear from yet another Bain Capital investor who possessed shocking information about Mitt Romney. The existence of a sex tape, he said, made Romney’s chances of winning the 2012 election highly improbable.
“Harry, Mitt Romney made a sex tape,” Reid recounted the person as saying.
“The Republican presidential nominee has a graphic sex tape! Now, do I know that that’s true? Well, I’m not certain,” Reid said. “But obviously he’s got to either produce the sex tape or prove to the American people that it doesn’t exist. How are Republicans going to explain a sex tape to their children? My heart breaks for those kids.”
In his interview with The Huffington Post, Reid worried about the embarrassment Mitt Romney’s father must be experiencing about his son’s refusal to pay his taxes. He brought up Romney’s father again during today’s interview.
“His poor father, can you imagine the shame? Tax evasion is heartbreaking, but a sex tape? I can only guess the depths of his despair. The poor man must be must be so embarrassed about his son,” Reid said, “But his grandchildren’s humiliation must be intolerable for him.”
Senator Reid bowed his head and sighed, “I cannot fathom the anguish that poor man’s having to endure.”
When asked if he was aware that Romney’s father passed away in 1995, Reid said he’d attended the funeral.
Harry Reid refuses to reveal the identity of the Bain investor who alleges there is a Romney sex tape, which makes it impossible to verify if the accusation is true. The senator said the burden of proof now falls on Mitt Romney.
“What is of the utmost importance right now is for Mitt Romney to release his tax records and that sex tape,” Reid said. “If he has nothing to hide, he won’t have any problems proving his innocence. It’s that simple.”