Larry Sinclair Promises Bombshell Revelations in Upcoming Interview Against Obama: “It’s Going to Be One That We’re All Going to Remember for Quite Some Time” (VIDEO)

Larry Sinclair, the man who claims to have had a sexual encounter with former President Barack Obama in 1999, took to X (formerly Twitter) Wednesday to issue a statement promising explosive revelations. Sinclair specifically thanks Tucker Carlson and unnamed others for inspiring him to come forward and “put everything on the table.”

On Tuesday, Tucker Carlson released a teaser of his recorded interview with Larry Sinclair which is scheduled to air on Tucker’s show on X Wednesday at 6 p.m. ET.

Larry Sinclair first made his allegations public in 2008, just before Obama’s first presidential election, claiming that he had smoked crack and had sex with Obama. Despite Sinclair’s criminal record and the widely disputed nature of his claims, Tucker Carlson has been vocal in his support of Sinclair’s story, insisting that the allegations hold truth.

Below is the transcript:

Tucker Carlson: You’re just a guy who’s in town for the night, and it sounds like you’re looking to party.

Larry Sinclair: Yeah. Pulled up in a bar outside, and there’s this guy that’s introduced to me as Barack Obama. I had given Barack $250 to pay for coke. I start putting a line on a CD tray to snort, and the next thing I know, he’s got a little pipe, and he’s smoking. So I just started rubbing my hand along his thigh to see where it was going, and it went in the direction I had intended it to go.

Tucker Carlson: Even though you had sex with him twice, you did cocaine with him, watched him smoke crack twice, you had no idea who he was?

Larry Sinclair: I had no idea who he was.

Tucker Carlson: Let me just ask the obvious question. What was Obama like?

Larry Sinclair: On crack?

Tucker Carlson: Is it your sense that’s who Obama is,  just transactional or that he’s bisexual or, like, what is this?

Larry Sinclair: It definitely wasn’t Barack’s first time, and I would almost be willing to bet you it wasn’t as long.

Tucker Carlson: The guy’s running for president. Incredible information comes out that he’s smoking crack and having sex with dudes. That seems like a story.

Larry Sinclair: Well, it would be a story if the media really cared about telling people the truth.

Sinclair, who has been the subject of controversies and rumors over the years, acknowledged that he’s been through “15 years of hell.” Sinclair expressed that today’s interview with Tucker Carlson served as the push he needed to “put everything out on the table.”

Sinclair said that he will reveal “the whole story from beginning to end, everything.” The aim is to debunk what he claims to be “lies, distortions, misrepresentations, outright false statements.”

Sinclair seemed exhilarated by the recent attention and discussions about him on social media platforms like X. He emphasized that he plans to demonstrate how these purported lies about him are untrue.

Sinclair ended his statement by noting that many may not accept what he reveals, but he insisted it “won’t change the facts.”

“The difference between me and most of you,” Sinclair said, “I’ve never hidden from or denied or tried to excuse anything I’ve ever done or said in my life. I’ve always owned it, always will.”

Closing his statement, Sinclair reiterates that September 6, 2023, will be a significant day. “Let the chips fall where they may,” he states, emphasizing that regardless of public opinion, the facts he is set to reveal will remain unchanged.


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