Crybaby Rand Paul agitates that a US prosecutor will not investigate non-existent crimes

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Libertarian hero Rand Ball is in a state of confusion today after learning that the US Attorney’s Office in DC will not pursue charges in the case of people who “attacked” him after RNC while protesting on behalf of Briona Taylor.

Well, that’s not entirely true. He was the only person who could be charged with anything from a distance Already arrested. But Paul is the big picture. The senator took to Twitter to complain that Michael Sherwin – Hand-picked and installed attorney general without Senate approval by Bill Barr by the way – He stands against the demands of justice because this “attack” is only the tip of the iceberg in a large criminal conspiracy between countries financed by … someone. We’ll assume he’s referring to George Soros and you’ve forgotten the anti-Semitic reference that should be mentioned here.

It sure appears to have a sealed case. I mean … how could there be so many blacks in Washington, DC Without being flown specifically for this purpose? And how can they have “fresh new clothes” without the help of a mysterious benefactor? If you play this fanatical egg rhetorical drinking game then you need to call an ambulance now.

This is of course not a story. But for dingbat brigade, Rand is asking important questions! Searching for “Rand Ball” news today finds Fox News, the New York Post, Washington Examiner, The Blaze and NewsMax all hot in the wake of the vast conspiracy that has now managed to entrap the Justice Department. There is no reliable port touching it. Except for phishing, of course.

Here is the video of the event:

The only thing that comes close to “violence” is when a policeman uses his bike as a piston to hit someone – presumably the man who eventually caught him – and he gets pushed for it. It is difficult to imagine an ordinary toothless “attack”.

And that’s what makes all of this so upsetting. Rand Paul He brought hell out of him by his neighbor In an attack he left him with a fractured rib so he knew what a proper attack looked like. Wading into a demonstrator and standing an arm’s length from someone being pushed is not an “attack” and it is certainly not a criminal conspiracy between states.

Although the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Cosplayer Chad Wolf is being on board With the plot:

“This is something that I spoke about personally to AG,” Wolf told Fox News reporter Tucker Carlson in early September, saying that the department was focusing on “targeting and investigating the head of these organizations, [and] The individuals who pay for these individuals to move around the country.

“What we know, Tucker, is that we have seen groups and individuals moving from Portland to other parts of the country,” he continued.

A reminder that the Ministry of Justice may be shattered, but it still clings tightly to a reality that the rest of the government abandoned long ago. After all, they have enough bogus plots to rig voters to be considered for engaging in bogus protest plots. Priorities!

The irony of Paul’s position is that he is one of the few Republicans who could participate directly in this protest. He actually introduced Act Justice for Briona Taylor and consistently opposes no-strike orders that ultimately killed him. If he had the courage to stand up and say, “I’m really with you and I’m also disgusted by the rest of my party on this issue,” he might have gotten somewhere.

It’s also a bit odd that the Randball plot is targeted in the one case in which he’s reasonably allied with the public. You’d think that the big money behind the underground Antifa could have done a better job planning it.

It almost makes you think that’s just crap being fired by someone trying to land a 5-minute landing on Newsmax tonight, right?

head shotJoe Patrice He is a senior editor on Above the Law and co-host of Think like a lawyer. Do not hesitate to E-mail Any tips, questions or comments. follow him Twitter If you are interested in law, politics and a healthy dose of college sports news. Joe also works as a Managing Director of RPN Executive Search.

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