Virtually the entire media is shamelessly pitching in to rig the election for Hillary Clinton by burying any stories that might reflect negatively on her campaign.
With that in mind, the National Enquirer published an expose about an anonymous alleged “fixer” for the Clinton machine who helped hide their scandals from a compliant media or soften the coverage of them during the Bill Clinton administration, and who revealed his identity for the first time on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program Monday night.
While the Enquirer hardly has the greatest reputation, it broke the John Edwards scandal that other media outlets refused to report. A former Democrat US Senator from North Carolina, Edwards was John Kerry’s running mate in the 2004 presidential election.
“As The ENQUIRER reported, this man played a key role in some of the Clintons’ dirtiest schemes: the plot to take down Bill Clinton mistress Monica Lewinsky, sleazy deals to buy women’s silence, and so much more,” the tabloid claimed about alleged “Mr Fix-it” Jeff Rovin.
Admitting that he likes Donald Trump without revealing for whom he plans to vote, Rovin expressed a dim view of the current state of political reporting, and that’s apparently why he has come forward, he told Hannity.
The New York Times has become the Enquirer; the Enquirer has become the New York Times. The world is upside down. We got to set it right again….
The important message to get out…the election is too important to focus on the salacious material…I’m not doing this for or against any candidate. I am doing this hopefully level (the playing field)…I hope this stuff is so unpalatable that we just stop.
Without going into a lot of specifics, he also alleged that the Clintons had direct knowledge about what he was doing on their behalf, including conversations with Hillary Clinton about things that needed to be “fixed.”
He also claimed that Hillary Clinton’s affair with the late Vince Foster was an “open secret.”
Rovin said he ‘fixed’ many problems for the Clintons by paying off tipsters and journalists. Often, he would tell journalists they had their facts wrong. Or, in the case of the National Enquirer, he would get his hands on the tabloid’s evidence and then provide the tabloid favors.
Rovin claims he has detailed ledgers that support his claims about fixing scandals for the Clintons.
Watch Hannity’s interview with Rovin: