Jacob Warren, Chairman of the Louisiana Auctioneer Licensing Board
Today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature entails the candor and tenacity of Louisiana State Rep. Alan Seabaugh (R-Shreveport) in calling Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards a “bald face liar” on the Floor of the House of Representatives on March 2, 2018. In today’s feature, founder Robert Burns demonstrates that the same holds true of one of Edwards’ appointees, Louisiana Auction Board Chairman Jacob Warren.
Though Burns keeps his opening statements very brief in the video below because litigation against the Louisiana Auctioneer Licensing Board (LALB) by both Burns and Rev. Freddie Lee Phillips, Louisiana’s first and only African American auctioneer in its history, is extremely likely, the remainder of the video, combined with the documents highlighted beneath the video, authoritatively demonstrate the fact that Warren’s letter of April 25, 2018, which he signed, contains very obvious “bald face lies” (see the highlighted email beneath the letter for substantiation of that fact):
Video of Seabaugh’s House Floor statement on Edwards and excerpts from three (3) LALB meetings.
So, Gov. Edwards appoints a falling over drunk to the LALB, the son of a convicted felon of whom a Federal Judge all but indicates engaged in fraud, another son of a convicted felon who has now stiffed numerous auction consignors and bidders alike, and we now a hometown young man who, like Edwards, has obvious trouble telling the truth. Not bad for a “West Point Honor Code” Governor, huh?
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