It's a classic way of being trappy, feigning weakness to make someone throw some chips in the game and then get creamed. You first give some meager evidence, anticipating their denial, and you follow up with a lot better evidence, and they look stupid for denying it in the first place, thinking they could get away with it. Hopefully that's what he's doing.
Ron Paul never liked to do that type of thing, bless his heart, but it's damn effective.
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