Herman Cain has been caught lying in last night's GOP debate. Cain, who was the former deputy chairman and then chairman of the Kansas City Federal Reserve throughout the 1990's, had been opposed to an audit of the Fed. He had also said that Ron Paul supporters frequently ask him "annoying questions" about a Fed audit, even accusing the Paul campaign of sending agents to harass him at every event he attends. According to the Daily Caller:
When questioned by Ron Paul about his position on a Fed audit in last night's debate, Cain suddenly changed his position. He claimed he never used harsh language when referring to Paul supporters and insisted Dr. Paul shouldn't believe everything he reads on the internet (um...no, Sir, its not an "internet rumor"....you wrote it in your book). Cain then went on to say he is not opposed to a Fed audit. Watch the video below:
I remember a couple of weeks ago Cain won the Florida straw poll. At that moment the mainstream media declared him the new frontrunner. Funny how Ron Paul wins all kinds of straw polls and the media ignores him, but Cain wins one and BOOM! right to the top. Its also funny to me that at the moment Rick Gardasil Perry was crashing in the polls, a new globalist minion gets rolled out for the people to worship. Anyway, I went and started doing research on this guy because until that point, he was polling around 4%, and he was pretty much irrevelant. I found this video on youtube where Cain, who was filling in as host on the Neal Boortz radio show, offered his opinion on the Fed. Check it out:
So Cain says if want to know more about the Fed, "just call their PR people and go from there!"
Really, Mr. Cain?
Well, I remember watching a doumentary film by syndicated radio talk show host Alex Jones entitled Fall of The Republic. In the special features, there is a 10 minute clip where the KC Fed private security (remember, the Fed is NOT a true part of the government) harasses then threatens his crew for simply filming the building, even though they were far away from the building on public property. Amazingly, in this video security claims the Fed building is a federal building:
So Maybe the guys in the video above should've just called the KC Fed PR office, huh Mr. Cain? I guess that would've stopped the security thugs from talking tough...
Herman Cain is clearly an insider, and Ron Paul called him out in last night's debate. Don't believe the hype.