Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) explained as nicely as possible to a lying reporter that she’s a liar. He really held back, too, because it would’ve been so easy for him to go off on her.
The thing is, the reporter showed no shame. She didn’t even care that she was 100% wrong about this particular issue. She was determined to get an answer from Paul that would make him look like a fool.
But Rand was ready. And the tables quickly turned. See, folks – it’s as easy as this to destroy a liberal argument because 11 times out of 10, the left is not working with the facts.
Question: “The whistleblower laws protect the whistleblower. You know it’s illegal to out a whistleblower?”
Sen. Rand Paul: “Actually, you see you’ve got that wrong.”
Question: "The whistleblower laws protect the whistleblower. You know it's illegal to out a whistleblower?"
Sen. Rand Paul: "Actually, you see you've got that wrong." pic.twitter.com/2c1Xw8pFJ4
— The Hill (@thehill) November 5, 2019
Progressives like Adam Schiff hope that the United States crumbles. If they didn’t, they wouldn’t work so hard to try and make it a reality. Check out this scoop about the California Democrat and the Ukraine phone call whistleblower…
From Washington Examiner:
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff recruited two former National Security Council aides who worked alongside the CIA whistleblower at the NSC during the Obama and Trump administrations, the Washington Examiner has learned.
Abigail Grace, who worked at the NSC until 2018, was hired in February, while Sean Misko, an NSC aide until 2017, joined Schiff’s committee staff in August, the same month the whistleblower submitted his complaint.
The whistleblower was an NSC official who worked with former Vice President Joe Biden and who has expertise in Ukraine, the Washington Examiner has reported.
Schiff appeared on ABC this past weekend with George Stephanopolous.
Schiff ranted on with his usual liberal shtick – Trump this, Trump that.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff says the Trump administration “has decided to say a blanket no, no to any kind of oversight whatsoever” and is “claiming executive privilege over things that it knows there is no basis for”
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff says the Trump administration "has decided to say a blanket no, no to any kind of oversight whatsoever" and is "claiming executive privilege over things that it knows there is no basis for" https://t.co/LLkFysvWLS pic.twitter.com/vAbHTAJpr4
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) May 12, 2019
Enter Republican Senator Rand Paul (KY), who not only took down Schiff – but Barack Obama, too.
“@RepAdamSchiff is a hypocrite. He was all for @BarackObama using executive privilege and now he’s against @realDonaldTrump.” — @RandPaul.
Paul calls this absurd and this was politically motivated from the very beginning tracing back to the Clinton campaign.
Paul calls this absurd and this was politically motivated from the very beginning tracing back to the Clinton campaign. pic.twitter.com/vuJeWvbW0H
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 12, 2019