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Ex-Felon Elected to Michigan Legislature; Had Been Convicted Eight Times

Published on November 11, 2012, by in General.

Brian Banks is a newly-elected member of the Michigan State House of Representatives. According to this story, he was convicted of eight felonies between 1998 and 2004, all involving writing bad checks or credit card fraud. Thanks to Thomas Jones for the link.

2 Responses

  1. p

    Sounds like he has what it takes to work in government,

  2. Demo Rep

    Hmmm. Is ALL of Govt in the U.S.A. since 1929 been about having the EVIL best/worst LOOTERS making the laws for the left/right LOOTER special interest gangs ???

    Result – now about 20 TRILLION in all govt debts — since the LOOTER legislators have NOT dared to raise taxes to totally pay for the LOOTING of the regime treasuries since 1929.

    About 35 TRILLION in private debts.

    How banana republic UN-stable is the U.S.A. now — regardless of ALL of the MORON econ talking heads on TV ???

    i.e. Rep. B. (in a ghetto Donkey safe seat district) fits right in with the other LOOTER felons ???

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