MSNBC criticizes Revolution PAC’s chairman for being a “truther”

Friday 10 February, 2012 at 9:59 am oskar 0

Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) with Gary Franchi, chairman and treasure of Revolution PAC

by Oskar Mosquito, truth-march

In the latest attempt to slander the Ron Paul campaign, MSNBC claims that Gary Franchi is not to be trusted because he believes in an independent investigation of 9/11. Additionally, the mainstream media outlet implies that some supporters of the twelve-term congressman running for president are frustrated with how the campaign is turning out and alledge that voting fraud might be a reason why. MSNBC “investigative reporter” Bill Dedman insinuates that supporters have no grounds for these claims when the fact remains that voting fraud has already been found in Iowa, New Hampshire, Florida, and now in Nevada.

The article continues to describe Franchi’s beliefs and marginilize them as conspiracy theories. Although Franchi is quoted as saying that his ideas are his alone, the article attempts to tie his opinions such as potential incarceration of Americans in FEMA camps and the implanting of RFID chips as those of the congressman.

Franchi has been aware of the efforts of the New World Order since a very young age and has studied extensively the Club of Rome and the Council of Foreign Relations. He is often interviewed on Alex Jones and often denounces the IRS and the Federal Reserve establishments.

The MSNBC article was published on February 9, 2012.

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