Russian network host boasts of ‘money bomb’ for Ron Paul

A commentator on the Russian government-funded television news network RT boasted of a $1 million “money bomb” on behalf of U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination.

The donation raises legal questions, because while the commentator happens to be an American, allowing him to donate to Paul’s presidential campaign, foreign entities such as RT are prohibited.

“I’d like to end tonight on a note of some good news,” said Adam Kokesh, a former U.S. Marine who has a segment on RT called “Adam vs. The Man.”

“We have some good news from the front lines of the Ron Paul ‘LOVEaluation’ with our money bomb on June 5.

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