Paul Sperry, WorldNetDaily's Washington bureau chief, will be a featured
guest tonight on Fox News Channel's Hannity and Colmes program.
The explosive topic -- revelations of massive hard-core Internet pornography
within the White House - was the focus of WorldNetDaily's lead story
yesterday, and has been held over on page 1 today.
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In his exclusive news story,
"Web-porn scandal rocks White House," Sperry reports that a consultant hired last year to help the White House prepare for Y2K first discovered massive pornographic video files passing through the White House computer system's Internet firewall.
"The real-time video files -- which came from hard-core porn sites featuring homosexual, farm-animal and teen sex acts -- were so large in byte volume that they accounted for most of the traffic coming into the firewall," writes Sperry.
The ensuing White House investigation, says Sperry, turned up "shocking" results. He quotes one White House source familiar with the investigation as saying, "There were some significant names. I can say, yes, West Wing. There were women too." Sperry notes that sources have also revealed that many of the offenders have their offices in the Old Executive Office Building, and include presidential personnel, as well as one in national security.
Hannity & Colmes, a fast-paced discussion forum for controversial topics with high-profile guests, airs weekdays at 9 p.m. Eastern, 6 p.m. Pacific, and repeats at 2 a.m. Eastern, 11 p.m. Pacific. Guests and topics are subject to change.