Sen. Rand Paul and Wife Accousted, Chased Down Street By BLM

Sen. Rand Paul and Wife Accousted, Chased Down Street By BLM

Senator Rand Paul and his wife were accosted by Black Lives Matter ‘Protesters’ as they left the Republican National Convention on Thursday night.

Paul thanked DC police for saving him from a ‘crazed mob’ of more than 100 people demanding that he say Breonna Taylor’s name. Obviously oblivious to the fact that he introduced the Justice for Breonna Taylor Act in June to stop no-knock raids. Paul worked with Taylor’s parents to do so.

“After talking with Breonna Taylor’s family, I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s long past time to get rid of no-knock warrants. This bill will effectively end no-knock raids in the United States,” said Sen. Paul at the time.

As Sen. Paul and his wife were being escorted by police away from the event, a “protester” rushed up and shoved a police officer holding a bike into him. The Kentucky senator checked on the officer before getting out of harms way himself.

 

Source: The Gateway Pundit



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