Sunday, October 6, 2013

VIDEO: Kent Sorenson Testimony On Why He Received $73,000 Mysteriously Wired to Him

It is widely believed by many Iowa political insiders that $73,000 in wired funds sent to Iowa political operative Kent Sorenson from a Maryland firm ICT, Inc was a payoff by operator(s) in the 2012 Ron Paul presidential campaign.

Kevin Hall of the writes:
For those remaining gullible Kent Sorenson sycophants who are convinced he’s been totally honest this whole time and is completely innocent, think about this: Why would an innocent man plead the Fifth?
Sorenson trying to explain the “deeply suspicious” $73,000 in wire transfers he received in 2012 is the least convincing witness testimony since Vinny Gambini cross-examined Mr. Tipton …[...] 
This story isn’t over, either. Sorenson could still face criminal charges for lying, and the Bachmann and Ron Paul campaigns still have some ‘splainin to do.

Here is the video.

I emphasize once again, there is a big difference between Ron Paul and "Ron Paul, Inc."

Ron Paul is a man of principle trying to get the liberty message out, "Ron Paul, Inc." consists mostly of political operatives, who consider principles an obstacle.

1 comment:

  1. Everyone, innocent or otherwise, should use their fifth amendment right to its fullest extent. Kevin Hall is making an inane argument.