Via Lee Stranahan at Breitbart. If video & pictures of Dr. John Boyd and Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee surfaced, publicly & for the first time linking the two as actors associated with the Pigford fraud scandal, would you want to see them?
After both the Houston Chronicle and Breitbart publicized the April 27th Pigford claim workshop held at the Communication Workers of America union hall in Downtown Houston, I reported in this post that during the 2010 election season, that same Communication Workers of America union hall served as Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee’s campaign headquarters. At the end of the post I asked if Sheila Jackson-Lee knows Dr. John Boyd, the media’s “go-to guy” and the public face on Pigford.
This is a picture of Dr. John Boyd with Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee to his left (taken from the Breitbart post):
The picture was taken during this September 2010 press conference held by North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan. In that video, Dr. John Boyd (at the 1:51 minute mark) warmly extends his hand, guiding Sheila Jackson-Lee to his side, where she nods her head approvingly & applauds as Senator Kay Hagan announces stand-alone funding for the settlement.
So now that Houstonians have seen pictures & video to establish Dr. John Boyd and Sheila Jackson-Lee know one another, has the Congresswoman ever asked Dr. John Boyd if he’s a real doctor? I mean, it’s not as if Sheila Jackson-Lee hasn’t been seen in public with a fake doctor before? Would those pressing to stymie an investigation into fraudulent Pigford claims throw Dr. Boyd under the bus? Would Congresswoman Jackson-Lee desperately attempt to hide her involvement in the growing call for an investigation of fraudulent claims, especially after Rep. Steve King’s grilling of Attorney General Eric Holder, by enlisting the help of another Houston-area Congressman?