Published On: Tue, Aug 28th, 2012

South Carolina State Senator says Bernanke is a ‘traitor, dictator, rotting Republic’

South Carolina State Sen. Tom Davis (R-South Carolina) at Sunday’s Ron Paul rally, PaulFest, on the eve of the Republican National Convention said of the Federal Reserve Chairman that “he’s hollowing us out, he’s destroying our liberty, he’s destroying our economic freedom and he has to be stopped.”

Ron Paul, he said, “has opened up my eyes to who the most powerful man in the world is.”

Davis added “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.”

The Reason detailed the fest and Davis’ comments: “The Paul rally’s dual tone–”both apocalyptic and hopeful,” in Doherty’s apt phrasing–was fascinating to observe, and there is no question after the truncated Day One of the RNC where the political enthusiasm (including genuine enthusiasm for broad-brased freedom) lies in Tampa: it’s with the Paul delegates. (Who, unlike the vastly larger Romney faction, disregarded instructions to not show up to the convention floor Monday, waving Ron Paul signs in front of various GOP messaging.) I look forward to cheering on the Paulites as they fight to get their voices heard figuratively and literally during today’s roll call and related events.  ”

Official portrait of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. 2008 public domain photo


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