Dave Ramsey cannot be held personally responsible for his endorsement of Timeshare Exit Team.
At least, that is the argument made by the Tennessee lawyer who is trying to prevent the State of Washington from forcing Ramsey to answer questions about his endorsement of Timeshare Exit Team.
Dave Ramsey Is Too Important
On April 5, 2021, Ramsey’s lawyer wrote a letter to the State of Washington’s chief law-enforcement officer, stating that Dave Ramsey will refuse to answer questions about Timeshare Exit Team unless a Tennessee court orders him to do so.
After taking millions of dollars for endorsing a company that today stands accused of cheating tens of thousands of working-class and middle-class consumers across North America, Dave Ramsey says that he shouldn’t have to answer any questions.
Ramsey’s position is that his time is too valuable to be spent answering questions about Timeshare Exit Team. According to his lawyer, Ramsey shouldn’t have to answer questions because Ramsey “hosts a nationally syndicated radio program,” and because he “travels extensively for speaking engagements and other events.”
Because Ramsey is so important, his lawyer argues, requiring him to answer questions about Timeshare Exit Team would be an “undue burden.”
The State of Washington Wants Answers
In a recently filed motion, the Attorney General reports that it has hired a Tennessee lawyer to secure the necessary order to compel Ramsey’s testimony. The State of Washington is willing to fight.
If Dave Ramsey has done nothing wrong, he has nothing to fear.
If Ramsey has taken millions of dollars by endorsing a company that has cheated tens of thousands of working-class and middle-class consumers across North America, he cannot avoid accountability forever.
King Solomon expressed this basic truth three thousand years ago: “He who lives blamelessly lives safely / But he who walks a crooked path will be found out.” Proverbs 10:9.
Of course, Solomon himself succumbed to the sin of greed, and suffering befell his people because of his failures.
Some things, apparently, never change.
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