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Rod Dreher

When I posted a few weeks ago this link to a Newsweek piece in praise of Rielle Hunter’s silence, I speculated timidly but hopefully (along with the author) that her silence in the sordid John Edwards matter perhaps indicated that she had matured. Well — surprise, surprise! — I was wrong. The predatory, gold-digging stalker of the vain and no-count Silky Pony has finally broken her silence in a GQ interview. Excerpt:

But the irony of what you’re saying–right now, most people think he’s the most untruthful person in America.
You know, it’s so fascinating to me how people perceive things. Everyone talks about how Johnny has fallen from grace. In reality, he’s fallen to grace. He is integrated. He is living a life of truth. He has grown in awareness and humility. He had all these things within him, but they weren’t the guiding, leading principles of his life. Now they are.
Do you think he thinks that? That he’s more integrated now?
Yeah. I think that he thinks that he is a much wiser and a much better and a more truthful and a more integrated human being.

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So you say, “You’re so hot.” Then what?
I said I could help him. Which I really believed I could. And quite frankly–well, depending on your perspective, I really have.

She helped him destroy his marriage and break up his family, but it’s okay because now he’s “living a life of truth” and is more “integrated”? This woman is psychotic. She tells GQ, “I’m not a predator, I’m not a gold digger, I’m not the stalker.” Wrong, wrong, wrong. She and the Silky Pony deserve each other.

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