UAW Files Charges Against Romney on h...

UAW Files Charges Against Romney on his Auto Bail-out Profiteering

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Unfit Mitt

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Nov 1, 2012
Romney improperly hid a profit of $15.3 million to $115.0 million in Ann Romney's so-called "blind" trust.


The union chief says, "The American people have a right to know about Gov. Romney’s potential conflicts of interest, such as the profits his family made from the auto rescue,”“It’s time for Gov. Romney to disclose or divest.”

“While Romney was opposing the rescue of one of the nation’s most important manufacturing sectors, he was building his fortunes with his Delphi investor group, making his fortunes off the misfortunes of others,” King added.

The Romneys' gigantic windfall was hidden inside an offshore corporation inside a Limited Partnership inside a trust which both concealed the gain and reduces taxes on it.

The Romneys' windfall was originally exposed in Nation Magazine, Mitt Romney's Bail-out Bonanza after a worldwide investigation by our crew at The Guardian, the Nation Institute and the Palast Investigative Fund.

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