Ron Paul Drops Stunning New Bombshell

For quite some time, there have always been public suspicions concerning how America is operated, what goes on behind the scenes, and more.

In many cases, so-called conspiracy theories that contend the government manufacturers crises and other similar affairs have emerged. This can be heard amid talks about the deep state, the Illuminati, etc.

However, while some theories are without merit, others are far more credible. After all, it is a well-established fact that there are many particulars about US government operations which are not shared with the general public.

Now, former GOP contender Ron Paul is sharing some of his running theories, per the Daily Caller.

What Did Paul Have to Say?

While on the Tim Pool podcast, Ron Paul declared that government coups are nothing new. He followed this up by stating that America’s government doesn’t genuinely function as a republic, despite what it may look like on the surface.

However, Paul genuinely raised eyebrows with his claim that former President John F. Kennedy was taken out by the government. This is something that many people have thought and suspected for years; however, hearing it from someone like Paul still carries some weight.

During another segment on Pool’s podcast, Paul declared the United States is lacking both integrity and “honest money.”

America Reacts

It goes without saying that the claims shared by Ron Paul certainly generated notable feedback. Many Americans took it as a confirmation of things they’ve suspected all along about the US government.

On the other hand, a small minority of people suggested that Paul himself could either be involved in a psyop or in pushing a psyop on the country.

Either way, the remarks on the Tim Pool podcast have Americans thinking, asking questions, and tossing around ideas. These remarks from the former GOP presidential candidate arrive as trust in the US government has greatly tanked.

This article appeared in Watch Dog News and has been published here with permission.