This is a developing story and this is just one piece in a bigger puzzle. Stay tuned for more…
I’ve discussed some of the issues involving disgraced former Iowa State Senator that connect to the Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul 2012 presidential campaigns in my podcasts about #Staffergate here and here.
The story is growing as the feds raid people like Kent Sorenson and are clearly circling some key people in the Bachmann and Paul campaigns.
But does the following video hold the key to another scandal : this one involving the National Right To Work Committee?
The video is a tribute to a young man named Jared Gamble, a former staffer for Ron Paul and Rand Paul who passed away suddenly this year at the age of 26. Gamble also worked in some capacity with the National Right To Work Committee, including working and living in Iowa in 2008.
In the video, Kent Sorenson talks about time that Gamble worked on Kent Sorenson’s 2008 campaign. It’s heartfelt on Sorenso’s part but was that work legal? Considering that Gamble was working full time for Right To Work, was this admitted work done according to campaign law?
The video also features Dimitri Kesari, another @staffergate name you’ll want to remember. Kesari is the one who gave Kent Sorenson’s wife a $25,000 check to jump ship to the Ron Raul campaign.