Commentary by Jim Campbell
Of course she is not black or a democrat she is the Republican Governor of South Carolina.
If AG Holder wasn’t so busy committing perjury perhaps he could turn his guns on the real crooks, Al Gore, Barney Frank, Chris Dodd, Maxine Waters, Chuck Schumer, Franklyn Raines, and Joel Waxman; all who benefited from their push of the hoax of man-made global warming, and the faulty loans provided by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, each of whom benefited by sweet heart loans from Country Wide Mortgage, the first to fall, campaign donations, and in the case of Franklin a major league bonus while he led a failed operation.
Governor Niki Haley, South Carolina
While we are at it what about Diane Feinstein creating legislation that directed money to her husband’s business of refurbishing home that were foreclose because of the mess and Nancy Pelosi who fast and loose legislation has benefited her husband’s enterprises greatly increasing her families net worth? It’s time these folk be tried, if convicted put behind bars at a federal prison.
How completely the party of the Democrat, stir up another potential crisis for a Republican Governor that has no factual basis; while hoping “A lie told often is accepted as the truth.”~ Vladmir Lenin, a progressive/Marxist icon.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
Two well-placed legal experts have independently told Palmetto Public Record they expect the U.S. Department of Justice to issue an indictment against South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley on charges of tax fraud as early as this week.
A highly ranked federal official has also privately confirmed rumblings of an investigation and possible indictment of the governor, though the official was not aware of the specific timeframe.
Yesterday, Palmetto Public Record exclusively reported that the Internal Revenue Service has been investigating since March of 2011 the Sikh worship center run by Gov. Haley’s father. At least five lawsuits have been filed against the Sikh Society of South Carolina since 2010, alleging that the group bilked contractors out of nearly $130,000 for the construction of a new temple.
Gov. Haley is reported to have managed the temple’s finances as late as 2003, and our sources believe any indictment would center on what happened to the missing money.
Palmetto Public Record will post a story later this afternoon detailing the temple’s shady finances and the governor’s possible involvement. Stay tuned…
EDIT: For more on the ongoing federal investigation of Gov. Haley, check out our followup story, Nikki Haley and the Temple Loan.