Schrödinger’s Senator Urges Crime

Schrödinger’s Senator gives America the bird.

Schrödinger’s Senator, the physics paradox known in this dimension as Rand Paul, a man from the multiverse where anything is possible including being elected in the 2016 Goat Rodeo and being elected to the Senate or both or neither can happen at the same time or never was at Prznint Stupid’s Burn-the-Reichstag rally [allegedly for the benefit of unpopular theocrat, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, who was mostly not mentioned last night], and he just sorta casually suggested a felony:

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), Trump’s onetime rival for the Republican nomination who has become a close ally, angrily defended the president from the stage. Addressing the genesis of the impeachment investigation, which centers on a pressure campaign involving Ukraine, Paul said that “we also now know the identity of the whistleblower,” and he urged the media to out the individual and Congress to issue a subpoena, despite the legal protections guaranteed to government whistleblowers.
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“I say tonight to the media, do your job and print his name,” Paul said.

Cool. Good. I guess that Comrades Stupid and AquaBuddha are testing the legal theory that Prznint Stupid can murder someone dead and not be investigated for it, because if the Whistleblower is unmasked you know, Know, KNOW that some mouthbreather from Possum Hollar is gonna go hunting.

 

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4 Responses to Schrödinger’s Senator Urges Crime

  1. I’m so old that I remember when the Republican Party was regarded as the ‘Law and Order’ party dun dunnnnn.

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  2. roket says:

    Can we stop calling this dumbass a Libertarian now? I don’t think I’ve ever heard of a Libertarian Monarchist before.

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