We have had some exciting days, and once again it has been proven how powerful an investigative community can be. We pushed the story about Dakota Meyer's secret marriage and secret wife into the media, and also exposed that he lied in his book about being unmarried. Marines are not supposed to lie, but Dakota Meyer apparently thinks that this rule is discretionary.
The story was picked up by several big media outlets, for example the Daily Mail, InTouch Weekly and the New York Daily News.
It was also picked up by the major website "Popular Military", but unfortunately, their editors got cold feet and pulled the article. Soldiers are not expected to show cowardice in the face of the enemy, but a story about a lying Medal of Honor recipient is apparently too much to bear. If you click on the story now, it just shows a huge "Error 404!" message.
On google cache, the story by "Popular Military" can still be viewed, and I also made a hardcopy, which can be downloaded HERE, for the purpose of documentation.
But more things are starting to disappear from the internet. The brave Raelyn Marie, the best friend of Cassandra Wain, whose critical comments about Dakota Meyer received a lot of attention, deleted her facebook profile. As a result, her scathing comments on Dakota Meyer's page, which were widely quoted, also disappeared.
It is of course understandable that the brave Raelyn Marie deleted her profile, as she was certainly contacted by all sorts of unhinged people. In contrast, the cowards at "Popular Military" have no excuse.
What else is there to report? Well, Bristol Palin is back in Alaska, although Sarah Palin's fanatic fans don't want to believe it. Yesterday, Bristol also posted another rather curious photo on her Instagram, which continues to be widely discussed in our comments, showing her without a ring.
Also, now that Bristol is back in Alaska, and Dakota is still believed to be in Kentucky, one would expect an exchange of happy public messages, like has happened between the couple on Instagram in the past (Dakota Meyer's Instagram can be found HERE). The wedding was scheduled for May 23, as they both mentioned on Instagram,
But this is not the case. As I mentioned in our last post, Kathleen and I still believe that the wedding is postponed. However, this has not been finally confirmed yet.
Also, all the open questions which we raised in our previous post still remain unanswered. The most important unanswered questions: Why was the marriage kept secret? Why was the divorce supposedly sealed, as Radar Online reported?
Finally, a moderator at Conservatives4Palin, or the "Pond", as we like to call it (one of the nicer terms), thought it would be a good idea to get into a "twitter shouting match" with us.
I am still waiting for the answer to my question:
Let's see what he has to say. :-)
Marines don't lie, remember?
As a reminder, here is Dakota's big lie again, from his book: He claims that in summer 2009 the team leader was the only married man on his team, while Dakota himself only divorced from his wife in March 2010, as his lawyer now confirmed.
Dakota Meyer did not mention his marriage with Cassandra Wain at all, neither in his book, nor anywhere else.
The question still remains: Why did Dakota Meyer keep the marriage secret, despite the fact that he is very open in his book about all kinds of other personal weaknesses?
Sarah Palin was interviewed yesterday at an event aboard the USS Iowa in Los Angeles.
She does not make a very happy impression. Which comes as no surprise.
Watching her, it seems that it is not easy to be Sarah Palin these days.
We were right! The wedding between Bristol and Dakota is off!
Sarah Palin announced it with a facebook post which has to be her most ridiculous statement ever:
Bristol and Dakota couldn’t be more thankful for the love and support of family and friends over the past months while preparing for their wedding. They have informed loved ones that unfortunately the announced celebration planned for May 23 will not be held. Many friends and family still look forward to getting together that day in Kentucky anyway – and the Palins and Meyers are happily looking forward to still being at "the old Kentucky home" on May 23 to celebrate life, in general! Family members and close friends know they are welcome to share a great bar-b-que on the farm that day. All involved, especially Dakota, Bristol and Tripp, and their parents and grandparents, thank supporters for the love they've expressed.
And friends, please see Bristol's message clearing up rumors that tabloids salivate over:
“Regarding salacious headlines in recent days about “secret wives”, Dakota and I discussed our past relationships prior to our engagement. Dakota was legally divorced years ago, as any good reporter could and should have disclosed to readers. As usual, false stories and dramatically written headlines begging controversy should be disregarded, and we have faith that our privacy will be respected at this time by those with decency. Thank you! – Bristol”
OMG, Sarah! Do you really think that people will believe this? They "discussed" their "past relationships prior" to the engagement, but now, the wedding is cancelled? Also, the media is to blame? One would need to have a pea-sized brain to believe this, Sarah!
There is not the slightest doubt whatsoever that Bristol did not know about Dakota "secret marriage", and I can also reveal that according to pieces of information we received from Alaska, it is extremely likely that Bristol in addition also did not know that Dakota had a girlfriend up to December 2014 (which we exclusively revealed in our post from May 7, 2015).
As I said before, Bristol should be incredibly thankful to us, because she clearly had no idea who she was actually going to marry.
This ridiculous statement by Sarah Palin is a desperate attempt to "save face" as well as not to insult Dakota Meyer. After all, the military circles are supposed to be at the center of the Palin-family income in the future. You had better not upset these people.
Again, not one of the questions we asked several times have been answered. For example, why did Dakota Meyer lie about being unmarried in his book, and why were the divorce records sealed, why did he keep the marriage a complete secret.
It was necessary for the media to "vet" Bristol's future husband. Unfortunately, the Palins were too stupid to do it themselves, as they were "blinded" by his shiny medal.
We have to wonder whether this story is over. If the military decides to look into the sealed divorce records, the medal could very well "disappear" again, as our sources suggests. We would definitely advise the military to take a closer look at Dakota Meyer.
During the event on the battleship USS Iowa in Los Angeles on Saturday, Sarah Palin was also asked about Bristol's marriage troubles, and she gave a statement which pretty much contradicts her later "well-crafted" statement on facebook. Yes, "issues have to be worked out", there are "challenges", you betcha, Sarah!