Common Sense Conspiracy is working feverishly to fact-check allegations that are flying around on the Internet that Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney will be disqualified from the race because of his involvement in fraud. The articles that are circulating cite sources, but unfortunately, none of them can be proven to be legitimate at first glance. We will be digging into this further and will keep our readers updated on our progress. In the meantime, we feel it is at least important to let you know what the story is.
The allegations say that even in 2009, the Republican Party was aware that Mitt Romney was involved in a serious ponzi scheme, one that was in the neighborhood of a whopping $8 billion dollars. Interestingly enough, the only ponzi scandal of that magnitude in 2009 was the infamous Bernie Madoff case. Romney is being accused of having financial ties to three men who were involved in the scandal.
As we stated before, this is something that is making the circles on conspiracy sites and social media at a dizzying pace. We encourage our readers to take it with a grain of salt until we can get to the facts. Obviously, this would be an unprecedented situation. Would Ron Paul become the de facto Republican candidate? And would this mean a slam-dunk sure thing victory for President Obama? The sharks are circling, but do they have the dirt to back up their accusations?