Governor Sebelius Fabricates Story to Cover for Tiller Party
Attempting to cover-up her soiree with late-term anortionist George Tiller last spring, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius has been caught fabricating a story. Today, her office admits that the reimbursement for the dinner party that took place on April 9, 2007, was made only ten days ago, on May 23, 2008, nearly a month after an Operation Rescue staff member made an Open Records request on April 28, 2008, for receipts related to the event.
The Open Records request was finally honored on May 23, 2008, the same day that the Greater Kansas City Women’s Political Caucus supposedly reimbursed the State of Kansas for the event.
“It took Sebelius and her cronies a whole month to figure out a cover story for the Tiller party once they realized that news of it was out,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.
“There is still not one shred of evidence to back up her fairy tale. The accuracy and authenticity of anything they produce now cannot be trusted. Our source, who was at the party, emphasized to us that this was not a prize, but was a special invitation dinner to honor Tiller and his staff. Until evidence says otherwise, we stand by our source’s word.”
UPDATE: A video taken by the Lawrence Journal World on May 28, 2008, shows Sebelius telling reporters that Tiller purchased the dinner “a year and a half ago or so.” That would place the purchase in 2006. There is no record of Tiller giving any money to the GKC Women’s Political Caucus in 2006. Today, however, Sebelius is now saying that Tiller purchased the dinner in 2005. How many times is she going to change her story?]
Now with the latest news that the dinner purchased nearly three years ago was only paid for 10 days ago, Sebelius’ story is even harder to believe.
“It is obvious to us that we have just caught Gov. Sebelius lying to the people of Kansas,” said Newman. “This shows how far she is willing to go to cover up for her lucrative relationship with Tiller.”
View photos of Gov. Sebelius’ party for Tiller
Information via Operation Rescue.