Herman Cain has a lot to say.

GV Wire caught up with the businessman, talk-show host and former presidential candidate during a recent Fresno visit.

“I know that women can be paid to lie, that’s all I’m going to say. I do know that some people are jumping on the #MeToo bandwagon simply for money because they did it when I was running for president.”2012 GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain

Cain, a staunch conservative, doesn’t believe a Blue Wave is coming in the November elections.

Noting that Democrats were in power during the Obama administration, Cain said, “What did they do? Shove the Affordable Care Act down our throats. That’s all they did, pass more regulations.”

Cain also expressed doubts about the #MeToo movement, which collapsed his 2012 presidential ambitions.

“I know that women can be paid to lie, that’s all I’m going to say,” Cain said. “I do know that some people are jumping on the #MeToo bandwagon simply for money, because they did it when I was running for president.”

Cain Covers These Subjects

In this Take 5, Cain also talks about:

— The problems the GOP has reaching out to minorities.

— His advice to President Trump.

— The NFL’s recent decision to require players to stand for the National Anthem.

Watch the full video above.

Oh, and Cain’s favorite dining spot while in Fresno: Chef Paul’s Cafe in Chinatown. He said it has great soul food.

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One Response

  1. Jeannie Sadler

    Thank You Mr. Cain, I totally agree with so many things you have to say. On the subject of people bei g paid to lie, we could talk all afternoon on this. However there is another these women may be lying is for the publicity. Their name gets in the news & all of a sudden every talk show wants them on their program, magazines write about them and just possibly a book deal will be offered to them !!! My My My all for the chance of another dollar.

    When the stories started breaking about President Trump, I didn’t believe them them & still don’t. Some other men have had their careers ruined because someone didn’t like them and wanted to bring them down. Not only their careers but also their marriages. Many families torn apart by false claims. There may have been a few that were true but only a scant few. And why would these women come forward NOW with these stories after so many years.

    I just don’t have the heart to watch a professional sport now. All it dies is upset me to see the players act like they do.
    Enjoy hearing your views on various subjects.

    Respectfully,
    Jeannie Sadler

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