New Documents Could Prove Mitt Romney Committed A Felony

Author: July 13, 2012 9:38 pm

Yesterday, we posted that Mitt Romney may have committed a felony by lying on SEC papers about his tenure at Bain Capital. Today, even more news broke that could prove that Romney may have backed himself in a corner this time and no amount of lying liars on various radio and Cable ‘news’ stations can change the facts… that Mitt committed a felony when he lied on his Federal Disclosure form.

There have been at least six documents signed by Mr. Romney and filed with the SEC, that shows that he indeed had been working in some capacity at Bain after the time that he insists he had left Bain [1999] to work on running the Olympic Games.

The SEC documents offer a timeline that runs parallel to his claim in 1999 to the Boston Herald that he would still have maintained a presence with Bain, staying on part-time to provide some input on investments and key decisions, something that all good CEO’s are paid handsomely to do…translation…he was still working there.

Mr. Romney also had a problem when running for Governor of Massachusetts as many accused him then of not living in the state at the time and as a result should not be allowed to run. Mitt testified at a 2002 hearing that he still attended board meetings for at least one Bain affiliated company…

From HuffingtonPost… As part of running for governor, Romney was required to submit personal financial disclosure statements to Massachusetts’ State Ethics Commission under threat of perjury. In his 2001 disclosure statement, he listed himself as “Former Executive” for both Bain Capital Inc. and Bain Capital LLC, with a gross income of more than $100,000. But in his 2002 disclosure statement, he provided a different answer, listing himself as “Executive” of Bain Capital Inc. and Bain Capital LLC, with a gross income of more than $100,000. The latter may be one instance in which Romney and the SEC filings agree on his role.” …


This in turn now proves that Romney is lying to the American people in his recent statements that he has not been working for Bain since 1999. This is such a tangled web he is weaving I see little way out for him, short of bowing out of the Presidential race. The mounting pressure to come clean about Bain and to release enough of his tax returns to prove his story and substantiate his recent condemnation of growing interest by the American public, is something that may become too big a job to handle for the Mittster… this is even bigger than the now famous 3AM call.

Ten years ago, when I ran against Mitt Romney for Governor, my campaign was attacked for misstating the truth about Romney’s tenure at Bain Capital. Massachusetts voters were told that Romney was absolutely not the leader of Bain at a time when bankruptcies and layoffs were devastating workers at companies in their portfolio,” [Shannon] O’Brien told HuffPost in an email. “Recent news stories now present clear evidence that Mitt Romney didn’t tell the truth to Massachusetts when he ran for Governor in 2002 and he’s not telling the truth to the American people today.”

From MSNBC.com… “On Thursday, Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter said on a conference call with reporters reporters that the SEC filings revealed either 1) that Romney’s involvement with Bain extended beyond 1999 and he wasn’t being truthful to the voters, or 2) that he and Bain made a mistatement on goverment documents, which could be a felony. 

In response, Romney might have called upon President Obama to “rein in” his campaign. 

“The president’s campaign has been I think outrageous I think in making the charges they have,” Romney said. “I think the kinds of attacks are beneath the dignity of the presidency. I think the president needs to rein in his campaign and start talking about the real issues people care about which relate to our economy.” 

In an interview with Virginia television station WJLA earlier Friday afternoon, President Obama weighed in on the controversy, saying that he thought the debate over when Romney left Bain was relevant to the national conversation because it strikes at the issue of responsibility, and that he thought Romney would have to answer questions about his Bain tenure sooner, rather than later.”

Oh what a tangled web of lies and deceit we weave…when we try to deceive…

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  • equalizer1232

    Nightly prayer… My I live long enough to piss on Romney’s grave!

  • A recent report says that a large majority of middle and upper management types surveyed believe that lying and cheating are necessary to get ahead in their corrupted business world. It’s considered “business as usual” if they even have to commit crimes.

    Romney says, “I think the president needs to rein in his campaign and start talking about the real issues people care about which relate to our economy.” What? Does he think a business corrupted President isn’t related to the economy? Does he think the people don’t care whether a presidential candidate has lied, cheated on his taxes so he doesn’t have to pay his fair share as we, the people, are required to do? We don’t care that he bought up a business, worked on it’s problems and came out with a couple of million for himself, then bought up another business, sold it out and made a couple of million for himself, then bought up a business and shipped those jobs to China?

    Doesn’t this show how little Romney cares about anything or anybody other than his own greedy profiteering at the expense of a lot of we the people? Does it leave any doubt how little he can identify with the average citizen? Isn’t he a model Ayn Rand apostle (even if he has no idea who Ayn Rand was)?

    • Addendum: “. . . then bought up a business and shipped those jobs to China” [and so he made still another million for himself? Maybe fine for a businessman, but certainly NOT for a President.]

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