2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul attracted an impressive 6,000-plus supporters and undecided voters at his University of Texas at Austin town hall meeting. During his speech Dr. Paul talked about the difference between his foreign policy and the status quo and the growing movement for liberty.
The highlight though, came when he warned of future false flag attacks, saying “We may have something happen, there may be a false flag incident, where some ship goes down, and be used for the excuse to accelerate the next war. We have to learn to distinguish war propaganda from the truth.”
After Paul’s speech, InfoWars reporter Richard Reeves was able to ask him a few questions, first about the government evacuation plans for Chicago residents during the 2012 NATO Summit, which Ron Paul hadn’t heard about yet, but said “Those kind of statements concern me.”
Following up on Paul’s false flag statement in his speech, Reeves asks him if there could potentially be another false flag event. Ron Paul replied, “I’m always worried about false flags.”
Ron Paul Rally in Austin, Texas April 26, 2012 (Full Video)