Yesterday on Hannity, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) announced his endorsement of Mitt Romney for President of the Untied States. Just 24 hours earlier, his father, Ron Paul, candidate for the GOP nomination, finally sent out an email acknowledging that he didn't have enough delegates to win the nomination.
Master of conspiracy theories, Alex Jones, said that he believes there was a 'direct threat' on the life of Ron Paul by the Federal Reserve, and in a YouTube video (below), he claims it was 'Bilderberg' who wanted Paul dead. Jones led large protests at the Bilderberg Group meeting held last weekend in Virginia. In the video, he speaks with Jim Tucker about the threats, suggesting that Rand Paul expressed no interest in supporting Romney until the threats were issued and that was the reason for his 'sudden' turnaround.
Mitt Romney seemed pleased with the endorsement and issued a press release calling Rand Paul a "leading voice in the effort to scale back the size and reach of government and promote liberty." He added, "I am grateful for Sen. Paul's support and look forward to working with him to get America back on the right track." After a recent private meeting, it has been rumored that Sen. Paul may be pegged as Romney's running mate, or even for a cabinet position. Both rumors are much more likely the reason behind Paul's 'sudden' support of Romney.
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