U. S. Rep. Mark Meadows grills Gov. Edwards on Larry Bankston’s recent actions entailing Louisiana’s flood relief contract and demands more information.


Former Louisiana State Senator and Current Legal Counsel for the Louisiana State Board of Contractors (and convicted felon), Larry S. Bankston

 

In the latest Sound Off Louisiana feature, founder Robert Burns dispels any notion that U. S. Congressional leaders are not paying close attention to corruption and conflicts entailing Louisiana flood relief efforts by providing a very brief video clip of U. S. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) grilling Gov. John  Bel Edwards on recent actions of Louisiana State Contractor Board attorney (and convicted felon) Larry S. Bankston:

Burns provides brief introduction, then video of Meadows grilling Edwards entailing Larry Bankston’s actions.

Two Recent Sound Off Posts featuring Bankston:


Disturbing FBI wire tap contents
 entailing Bankston’s conviction for bribery and racketeering.


Background on how Bankston got his law license reinstated
(including links for all 80+ character letters supplied to the Louisiana Supreme Court to get that license reinstated).

We look forward to delivering part four of our series on Larry S. Bankston, during which Burns will present first-hand knowledge of Bankston’s propensity to cram corruption straight down the public’s throat. It’s a feature you will NOT want to miss.

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5 thoughts on “U. S. Rep. Mark Meadows grills Gov. Edwards on Larry Bankston’s recent actions entailing Louisiana’s flood relief contract and demands more information.”

  1. At some point, somebody has to say enough is enough. Thousands of people trying to get back on their feet and all we have is a bunch of greedy politicians trying to find ways to enrich themselves as the #1 priority. Edwards says he has “heard” Bankston’s son is employed by the bidder Bankston tried to get the deal. He’ll be “hearing” the door to the Governor’s Mansion clicking for the last time as he is shown the exit by voters in January of 2020 if he doesn’t get his act together fast.

  2. We do have to give credit to the Governor’s Administration, for getting rid of GOHSEP’s previous attorney Bernard Plaia.

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