Not that it matters, should matter, or will ever matter, but you heard it from me first, people.

Five days later, the State media picked up on the story, and at least one reporter publicly doubted the integrity of the profile page.

Then, the former Governor dropped this bombshell:

By pure coincidence, simply because I was bored on a Sunday afternoon, I happened to catch this, within minutes, and spread it on Twitter:

Here’s what Lafayette reporter Jim Hummel reported a few hours ago, via Twitter:

(Despite the various screen captures, the record will reflect: I led on both of these stories hours ahead of the LA MSM. Sorry guys and gals; I have to call it as I see it).

Of course, the page is entirely authentic. There’s absolutely no reason to assume otherwise.

Again, just sayin’.

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