Is Gloria Allred planning on dropping an "October Surprise" bombshell on Mitt Romney's campaign?
That's the rumor going around, based on reliable GOP sources already bracing for a counterattack.
Matt Drudge tweeted Thursday: "Here she comes. Hearing Gloria Allred out there again, about to make a move. After all, it's her time of the campaign. Team O at the ready!!"
The Red Side of Life, another GOP watchdog group warned its supporters of the need for action:
"We're doing too well to risk 'an Allred,' she can be stopped, but it will take action on our behalf."
Allred, a supporter of President Barack Obama refused to confirm, or deny, Drudge's prediction.
A victim's rights activist who never met a camera she didn't like, Allred's reputation precedes her.
She's been a thorn in the side of many a powerful figure - and often with flimsy evidence at best.
So what would she have in store for Romney, the surging Republican presidential candidate?
Romney allegedly - allegedly, details vary widely - was insensitive to several women in his Mormon congregation and counseled them not to get abortions.
This issue arose during his bid for the U.S. Senate in 1994, during which the term "Romnesia" was also used to describe his inability to recall specific details.
This is perhaps reason to believe Allred is preparing to use this against Romney in 2012, and may be doing so in coordination with the Obama campaign.
"October Surprise" is a term used to describe ... well, just that. A late-breaking, out-of-nowhere development at this time of year that shakes up a close race.
With polls showing the race a dead heat and probably trending toward Romney with 15 days to go, we can expect some craziness to emenate from both sides.
Whether there's any truth to this Allred rumor remains to be seen, however.