|Sen. Rand Paul got served a portion of knuckle style chili in his old Kentucky home.|
What about Chicago?
Okay, enough about Chicago, Black on whatever violence, and the radical Islam nonsense. These issues are idenity politics. Same shit, common blame.
White men are most likely to commit mass shootings. But he was a liberal, Hillary Clinton/Bernie Sanders/Barack Obama, anti-(______), Black Lives Matter, Islamic State false flag. The victims are crisis actors who come in to the scene to generate sympathy.
Yeah, we will get another round of partisan kookspiracy from trolls. Not saying where they're coming from, but I assume they would probably shoot the terrorist (gunman) if he had an opportunity. That's if the terrorist had a chance to reload, the "good guy with a gun" would stop him.
According to the Republican Party and its conservative allies, now is not the time to talk about gun violence. We can only offer "thoughts and prayers" when it comes to these senseless tragedies.
The FBI and Kentucky Commonwealth Police are investigating the actions of a man who gave Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) a helping of knuckle style chilli.
The senator was in his Bowling Green home when a dispute between a neighbor got into a shoving match. When Paul turned his back, the neighbor served him a fresh serving. The neighbor is a local doctor. Paul wss a local doctor before he became an inept senator.
|Rene Boucher served Paul a helping of knuckle style chili.|
Paul got a three piece of ribs and a steak to place on that eye.
Most lawmakers are in danger of a potential attack. Hell if you really wanted to go after a lawmaker, you probably have the legal right to do so. The open carry and lackluster gun laws could easily put one of these lawmakers down.
The Republicans are calling for more security to protect themselves. Donald J. Trump, Mike Pence, Paul Ryan, Sean "Softball" Hannity, Steve Bannon, Rush Limbaugh, and Ted Cruz beefed up their security.
Why hasn't Rand Paul?
Paul who is a frequent fixture in the junk food media does have his share of enemies. He is one of the many lawmakers who is getting paid to do nothing but stall legislation and grandstand.
Paul will return when his injuries heel.
Paul tried to run for president in 2016. He and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) were criticized for running for president. They both declared if they failed at winning the nomination, they would run for reelection to the Senate. Both lawmakers were unapologetic. They won their elections easily.
They also stood in the way of passing gun control.
So maybe the next neighbor might be armed and Paul won't be so lucky.
His fellow Republicans won't do anything about it but offer "thoughts and prayers," blame the Democrats, find a candidate to keep pushing Trump's radical agenda and continue to scare Kentuckians into believing the shadow president Hillary Clinton or 2020 Democratic nominee will come for their guns and coal.