Comment: "Sorry, campaign has asked me not to speak to reporters."

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"Sorry, campaign has asked me not to speak to reporters."

This is from the end of The "China Jon" Fraud Deconstructed:

With regard to the lawsuit that has now been filed by the Paul campaign over this video, some people seem to be trying to argue that the person(s) behind the "China Jon" video were not trying to portray the video as being connected to the Paul campaign. Not so. Besides everything that’s already been mentioned, here is what the Huffington Post wrote on January 6th, just as the story was beginning to explode in the press, and within hours of Huntsman’s "magic moment" in Concord:

When The Huffington Post contacted the poster of the video through YouTube to ask why they created the video and whether they had any formal association with the Paul campaign, NHLiberty4Paul replied: "Sorry, campaign has asked me not to speak to reporters."

Got that? This was a malicious attempt to frame the Paul campaign, and constitutes fraudulent and almost certainly criminal electioneering of the worst kind.