In it's 39th bombshell about John Edwards, the National Inquirer now has it's 54th exclusive, this time it's the mother-in-law of John Edwards former campaign aide's cousin's friend Luigi as he reveals that the family knew all along that her son-in-law lied to Luigi in saying that he was not lying to protect his boss' presidential candidacy.
Abigail Feathertail whose daughter and Singing Wolf's niece on her Cherokee side is married to Edwards' ex-aide Andrew Young's Luigi friend - has confirmed to The Inquirer that Young will take back his claim that he feathered...ahem, fathered Rielle Hunter's baby.
"Abigail...I mean Luigi, of course, knew from the get-go that Young's wife's husband had not been unfaithful to her. But the public didn't know," Cherokee told The National Inquirer exclusively!
Remember, you will only hear this here, or rather, read about it.
"Everyone in the families knew, but we stayed out of it. Singing Cow was forced to go along with it. It was a big strain on her and the Cherokee people, as they do not lie, like the Big Cheese in Washington as they say", says Luigi.
Luigi...Singing Wolf...Young lied, claiming paternity for the baby, after he was contacted for comment by the National Inquirer about forty times now, altogether!
Even as we were about to go to press breaking the news that John Kennedy was having an affair, that John Edwards was having an affair with Singing Wolf, Luigi, with Rielle and that, at the time, she was pregnant with his baby....John Edwards baby.
In an attempt to stop the National Inquirer's first of thirty-seven blockbuster stories, Edwards masterminded the lie of having his pal Luigi...Young claim paternity. Representatives for Young, Edwards, Luigi, Singing Wolf, Big Cheese in Washington, Cherokee, Rielle, the baby and Hunter all tried to stop the story, with Edwards and Young insisting that Young had gotten Luigi pregnant after an affair.
All...let's see....nine threatened litigation against the National Inquirer exclusive ballbuster, which refused to back down and published the story.