“Typically her critics have invented lies about Rand or, at the very least, grossly distorted the facts….
So, there are numerous things wrong with these claims. First, it would not be hypocrisy if Rand did take benefits from programs that she was forced to fund. Second, Rand clearly didn’t ‘grab’ any such benefits but fought her own attorneys about doing so and they, not she, were the ones pushing it. Third, there is no indication she actually got any benefits because Pryor doesn’t say. And, fourth, Pryor makes it clear that she acted as Rand’s attorney on health issues even when Rand didn’t agree with her. And fifth, there is no indication that Rand knew all of the decisions that Pryor made on her behalf. Perhaps she did, but perhaps she didn’t.”
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