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- Actor Tom Selleck: ‘I Would Say “F*ck You” To Anyone Who Wants Donald Trump To
- Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade Calls For Trump To Investigate Adam Schiff
- Kavanaugh Votes To Restrict Abortion Rights And Liberals Are Furious With Susan Collins
- Matt Whitaker Blows Mile Wide Hole In CNN’s False Narrative About Trump
- Rand Paul Finds Skeleton In Deeps State’s Closet, Ruthlessly Exposes It
Rand Paul came out firing yesterday over some clear hypocrisy coming from the swamp. Paul has been fighting the neocon establishment for years and is often the lone sane foreign policy voice in our government.
Paul fights against stupid wars and he fights against injustice here at home and he does not back down.
Now he is calling out some rank hypocrisy coming from the deep state and what he is exposing should terrify everyone. From The Gateway Pundit:
Senator Rand Paul took to Twitter on Thursday to blast the Senate for allowing perjurers like James Clapper to get off scot-free while aggressively pursuing anyone associated with President Donald Trump.
The Kentucky senator declared that the Senate should investigate FBI methods and selective prosecution of Trump officials.
“Justice is supposed to be blind. Why is it that an admitted liar like James Clapper perjured himself to Congress and got off scot-free?
But if you’re somehow associated with @realDonaldTrump, then they will pursue you relentlessly? This shouldn’t be a one-way street!” Senator Paul tweeted.
“The Senate should investigate FBI methods and selective prosecution of Trump officials. TIME FOR HEARINGS!”
Clapper, the director of national intelligence from 2010 to 2017, managed to avoid perjury charges despite admitting that he lied to Congress while testifying about mass surveillance on March 12, 2013.
He told Senator Ron Wyden that the NSA was not collecting “any type of data at all” on millions of Americans — which was a lie.
Rand Paul then went after Saudi Arabia and exposed them for their nefarious activities. From The Washington Examiner:
At The American Conservative’s annual foreign policy conference in October, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said, “If you ask me who’s the worst at spreading hatred and trying to engender terrorism around the world, it’s Saudi Arabia hands down.”
Paul was comparing Saudi Arabia to Iran in terms of which country should be considered more a threat to U.S. interests in the Middle East. The senator has warned for years that sending American military aid to alleged allies abroad could end up in terrorists’ hands, which has happened repeatedly.
On Monday, we learned it’s been happening again.
CNN reported that Saudi Arabia has been giving American-made weapons to groups linked to al Qaeda. The Saudis have been using weapon sales to gain leverage in the ongoing war in Yemen.
In August, the Washington Post reported, “New Associated Press reporting from Yemen has laid bare the fact that the UAE and Saudi Arabia have been busy cutting ‘secret deals with al-Qaida fighters, paying some to leave key cities and towns and letting others retreat with weapons, equipment and wads of looted cash … hundreds more were recruited to join the coalition itself.’”