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herman-cainTwo years have passed since Herman Cain dropped out of the presidential primary race because of incessant allegations of marital infidelity, after his quickly rising and successful “outsider” candidacy struck a nerve across grassroots America and rattled the PTB (powers-that-be) in both parties.

Now Herman Cain is illuminating his side of the situation that caused him and his family so much grief.  On his website he says

I refuse to leave my reputation under a dark cloud that has no relation to the truth.

On September 24, 2011, I won the Florida Republican Presidency 5 Straw Poll by a large margin over the next closest candidate.  It was an upset victory and helped propel me to the position of frontrunner in the national polls for the Republican presidential nomination.

My messages of common sense solutions and tax code replacement were clearly resonating with the American people.

What happened next brought my campaign to an abrupt and unexpected end – a series of scurrilous accusations, sensationalized by an onslaught of media coverage.

All this made it impossible for me to continue without subjecting my family — particularly my wife of 45 years — to more pain than any decent man could ask his family to endure.

The accusations were false.  Here are the facts…