Thursday, December 29, 2011
James Williams [Who Is Black] Says, “Ron Paul Came to My Rescue” in the 1970’s
Man says Ron Paul attended to his sick wife in the early 70’s when no one else would help. Ron Paul did not even send them a bill. Odd thing for a “racist” to do, huh?
by Larry Simons
December 29, 2011
A new video showing a black man by the name of James Williams telling a story of the compassion of Ron Paul has hit the internet. Williams, of Matagorda County, Texas tells a true story of when his wife [who is white] had a complication with her pregnancy in 1972. He says no doctors would care for her or deliver the bi-racial baby. Williams says that even the hospital nurse called the police on Williams, claiming Williams was “harassing” her.
After Dr. Ron Paul was notified, he delivered the Williams’ stillborn baby. The Williams’ never received a hospital bill. This falls completely in line with the reputation Ron Paul had as a physician of “routinely lowering fees and working for free and refusing to accept Medicaid or Medicare payments” as wikipedia explains.
This story also flies in the face of the smear tactics used on Ron Paul that he is a “racist” because of racist newsletters published under his name in the 80’s and 90’s, which Paul has consistently denied writing.
Would a racist help a black man and his white wife deliver a baby and then not even send them a hospital bill for their services?
The mainstream media will dismiss this video and testimony as “partisan” or may even attempt to say Williams was just some paid actor hired by the Ron Paul campaign to give a false story. This begs the question: Would a black man [even if hired as an actor] sign on to do a video that is praising the actions of a racist, essentially implying they are not racist if they really are?
watch the video