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    Post Fundraiser charged with child sex abuse frequently met with President Obama recently

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    A prominent gay rights activist charged last week with sexually abusing a 15-year-old boy is a strong supporter of President Obama who has visited the White House more than a half-dozen times in the past two years, visitor logs show.

    Terrence P. Bean, 66, who raised more than a half-million dollars for Mr. Obama’s re-election campaign in 2012, last visited the White House on May 30 when he met with the president, first lady Michelle Obama and political adviser David Simas.

    White House visitor logs show that Mr. Bean, co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign, a leading gay rights group, also has visited the White House on at least six other occasions since June 2012. On one visit in 2013, Mr. Bean brought along Kiah Lawson, described in news reports as his ex-boyfriend, who is also charged with sexually assaulting the juvenile.
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    Dang, that dude just looks like a pedophile.

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    The guy is a freak and (in my opinion) deserves the chair.

    this has nothing to do with Obama.

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    Mr. Bean...sounds like a pedophile. And I agree, has nothing to do with Obama, but him being a "leader" in gay rights activism and getting busted for sexually assaulting a boy looks really bad.

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    Third vote for this having nothing to do with Obama. Hopefully he has the decency to step down from his position.

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