The nut cases are coming out of every nook and cranny this election.
I discovered another one yesterday. It’s amazing how many lunatics are playing a part in selecting our next president.
At 17, Gary Franchi began reading about "the committee of 300, the Club of Rome, the Council of Foreign Relations," and other groups of the New World Order.
He said his parents, thinking he was mentally ill, had him heavily medicated for 10 years. But he continued his reading, particularly about the implantation of RFID microchips by government, and formed the Lone Lantern Society to tell people that "the enemies are here."
Ron Paul’s Super PAC “Revolution PAC” told the Federal Election Commission last week that it couldn't meet the deadline to identify its donors, because of an error by its bank. Now “Revolution PAC” has filed its report.
The leader of “Revolution PAC”, and its founder, chairman and treasurer, is Gary Franchi, a promoter of conspiracy theories and sophisticated social-media entrepreneur in the resurgent movement known as the Patriots.
The Revolution PAC paid $41,487 to Franchi or his group Restore the Republic, including $3,000 a month in management fees, $1,766 a month in rent at their shared office in Northbrook, Ill., and a 10 percent commission on large financial donations solicited.