Stormy Daniels’ publicity is rising as she continues to explore a candidacy in the 2010 senate, thanks in part to a domestic-violence arrest. Just two days before, however, security cameras caught footage of a man firebombing her political advisor’s car.
Daniels dipped into politics when current political advisor Brian Welsh founded DraftStormy.com, a website encouraging her to run for senate. While Daniels acknowledges that some people may not take her seriously, her openness about her background was expected to play well against current Republican Senator David Vitter’s previous prostitution scandal.
Vitter’s telephone number appeared in a list of clientele of the late Madame, Deborah Jean Palfrey. Vitter apologized to the public, saying he had already asked for the forgiveness of God and his family for his past sins. He was not charged because of a statute of limitations. Palfrey hanged herself after a conviction.
Stormy ventured on at least two listening tours throughout Louisiana to gauge public interest in her campaign, and discuss issues. She reported great encouragement and support, and named Brian Welsh her political advisor. July 23, at 11:23 PM, Welsh’s car exploded.
Welsh has posted videos on YouTube from nearby security cameras, one of which shows a person getting into the car shortly before it explodes.
Situations worsened when Daniels, likely stressed by the firebomb, fought with her husband two days later over laundry and bills. She was arrested for domestic-violence misdemeanor.
Stormy Daniels’ government name is Stephanie Gregory Clifford. She has not yet declared an official candidacy or a party affiliation, but she has returned to work. Currently living in Florida, she would have to reestablish residence in Louisiana to run in 2010.
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