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VIDEO: Lawyers For Ron Paul Grilled on Talking Liberty

Lawyers for Ron Paul facing some tough questions and criticism as the grassroots try to get to the bottom of things. Tracy Diaz interviews guests Porter Davis & Pat Jack of Lawyers for Ron Paul, Tracy is also joined by grassroots activists Carlos Beltran and Steve Parent. Recorded 6-28-12


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Are they raising money?

On a previous call, PatJack - from Lawyers for Ron Paul, mentioned money needed to fund volunteers and signing contracts for various services.
See: http://youtu.be/QrB5BicEWDk?t=35m39s

It seems like they implied that they didn't need to raise money in this call.

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I like Porter Davis...

He's really sharp..

Wow I listened to the whole thing...

Tracy moderated well...

I'll try to encourage every delegate I know to be plaintiffs in the lawsuit...

9-11 Media Fakery: Did anyone die on 9-11?


9-11 Actors:

Pysops.. media.. actors.. propagandists... disinfo agents.. fake videos.. fake photos

Tracy asks tough questions, but she is also passive-aggressive..

obnoxious. Carlos is asking irrelevant questions (to my knowledge, no one from "Lawyers for Ron Paul" is asking for any donation) and showing off his investigative skills both to try and impress people and obfuscate the issues regarding the suit. I dunno,maybe it is their northeast roots.

The same thoughts crossed my mind

They both focus too much on repetitive attacks and end up talking in circles.

I appreciate that at least someone is taking action with a lawsuit, which is clearly necessary, and I wanted to learn more on the details. It appears there's a concerted effort to sidetrack the lawsuit and support for it.


You guys are actually downvoting this, Why would you downvote a show that asks questions and is completely fair to everyone involved?

Where is the lawyer??

Where is the lawyer??

If you disagree with me on anything you are not a real libertarian...

Carlos Beltran needs to learn how to ask a concise question

And then wait for an answer.

Out of everything he said we did not get any real answers because his questions were so long that he was essentially talking to himself for 20 minutes.