Former CONgressman Ronald Earnest Paul served in the United States House of Representatives fourteenth and twenty second districts, in Lake Jackson, Texas, for a total of twenty three years. Also, he is "ex" military serving both in the United States Air Force and National Guard. Ron Paul is a freemason out of Lake Jackson, Texas.
His wife Carol Paul, is a member of Lake Jackson Eastern Star, which is a freemasonic organization for women. Ron Paul voted yea or yes for the Afghanistan war resolution on September fourteenth two thousand and one. This resolution gave the United States government military, a terrorist organization to me, justification to use military force against "terrorists" and any groups or nations that "harbored" terrorists.
This to me is absurd since those events of September eleventh two thousand and one in downtown Manhattan, New York, were a false flag inside job perpetrated by the United States government military. Also, this is a clear indication of Ron Paul's obvious hypocrisy when it comes to foreign policy. Mr. freemason has never stated on record, that nine eleven was a false flag inside job.
Don Black, an "ex" grand wizard of a Ku Klux Klan organization donated five hundred dollars to one of Ron Paul's presidential campaigns. Did this clown return that donation money from a known white supremacist? No he did not.
Don Black created and still helps run StormFront.org, a well known white terrorist organization, I mean white nationalist website. As a matter of fact, Ron Paul was StormFront.org's presidential candidate of choice both times Paul ran for puppet presidency in the United States in two thousand eight, as well as two thousand twelve.
Ron Paul also endorsed David Duke during Duke's failed bids for a seat in the United States Congress. David Duke is an "ex" grand wizard of a Ku Klux Klan organization in Louisiana. Finally, Ron Paul denied any ties to his racist white supremacist newsletter, that he published in nineteen eighties and nineties.
There are countless interviews available on the Internet, where Paul in mid nineteen nineties, embraces his newsletter content, and does not dispute any racist white supremacist terroristic material.