Two former advisers to Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) were re-indicted by a federal grand jury in Iowa Friday, just weeks after a criminal trial that produced a muddled result.Darling is correct only because no one is paying attention to Rand's campaign anyway. You can't kill a fish that is already dead.
The new indictment names as defendants longtime Rand Paul advisers Jesse Benton and John Tate, as well as third man--Dimitrios Kesari, who served as deputy campaign manager on the 2012 presidential bid of Paul's father, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas).
Brian Darling, a former communications director for Rand Paul, put a positive face on the re-indictments. "I don’t believe the news of new charges against two individuals heading up a Rand Paul affiliated super pac will have any impact on Senator Paul’s run for president,” Darling said.