Fake News Media Continue to Publish Falsehoods to Protect Rand Paul’s Socialist Attacker

RAND PAUL AND WIFE.

American Senator Rand Paul will never be able to enjoy doing yardwork again after being attacked as he finished mowing his lawn last week.

The fake news media actually have the stupidity to write that Rand was brutally beaten by his next door neighbor, a man widely known to hold extreme socialist views, for growing pumpkins in his yard.

Pumpkins!

The most likely explanation is that his attacker stewed in anger over Rand’s libertarian principles. Being a little too old to be part of the Berkeley Antifa, he decided to LARP, to role play by attacking Rand.

Infowars

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul provided a health update Wednesday notifying everyone via social media that he’d sustained several broken bones and is suffering a lung condition after being attacked by one of his neighbors.

“‪I appreciate all of the kind words and support from everyone. A quick medical update: final report indicates six broken ribs and new X-ray shows a pleural effusion‬,” Sen. Paul wrote.

The update cleared up earlier reports which stated Rand had sustained five broken ribs and lung lacerations.

The Republican senator was assaulted last Friday at his home in Bowling Green, Kentucky, by next-door neighbor Rene Boucher, who tackled Paul as he was mowing his lawn in regards to an alleged property dispute.

According to The Washington Post, Boucher, who was charged with fourth-degree assault, identified as a socialist who was “pretty much the opposite of Rand Paul in every way,” and disagreed with the Republican agenda.

Boucher’s attorney insisted to Fox News Monday that the attack had nothing to do with politics.

“The unfortunate occurrence of November 3rd has absolutely nothing to do with either’s politics or political agendas,” said Boucher’s lawyer Matthew Baker. “It was a very regrettable dispute between two neighbors over a matter that most people would regard as trivial.”
In new reports Wednesday, however, neighbors disputed claims that a landscaping dispute was to blame, and asserted Boucher’s motive was unknown.

“As a friend and neighbor of the Paul family, I have been disturbed by the inaccuracies in numerous media accounts of the assault that occurred on Friday, November 3rd,” neighbor Travis Creed wrote in an email to Breitbart. “The stories of a ‘landscaping dispute,’ or a dispute of any sort between Rand Paul and Rene Boucher are erroneous and unfounded. The reason for Mr. Boucher’s bizarre attack is known only to him. Statements to the contrary are irresponsible and unnecessary.”

“The Pauls are and always have been great neighbors and friends. They take pride in their property and maintain it accordingly. Rand has enjoyed working on and maintaining his lawn for as long as I have known him. He was attacked on his property for no apparent reason and suffered serious injury. That is the only fact known at this time,” Creed said.

Another neighbor, Danny Renshaw, wrote, “The Senator and his wife Kelley are great people who would never harm anyone in any way.”
Boucher was arrested Friday and released Saturday on a $7,500 bond.

The left in America drank far too much Obama Kool-Aid. Now, they’re way off the deep end. You may recall that Rand was one of the Republican Congressmen who came under rifle fire at baseball practice earlier this year.

American liberalism must be destroyed as a political ideology. Liberals must be rooted out of schools, universities, churches, and the media. We have to return to sanity and truth.

Rand Paul Suffered 5 Broken Ribs in Assault by Leftist Neighbor in KY Home, Unable to Travel, in Extreme Pain

RAND PAUL. WILL NEED MONTHS TO RECOVER FROM INJURIES.

Senator Rand Paul is one of the few good guys.

Don’t believe me?

Ponder the fact that when he was assaulted on Saturday that he was mowing his own grass.

Can you picture Bill or Hillary Clinton mowing their grass? Ever?

When you’re not on the take you save a few bucks by doing your own chores and not hiring a MEXICAN!

Unfortunately, Rand may be sidelined for months by the injuries he sustained in a cowardly attack by a socialist neighbor.

NY Mag

After Rand Paul was assaulted by a neighbor on Friday, a spokesman for the Kentucky senator said he was “fine.” On Sunday afternoon a senior adviser, Doug Stafford, revealed that the senator actually suffered five broken ribs, and it’s unclear when he’ll be able to return to work.

“Senator Paul has five rib fractures including three displaced fractures,” Stafford said. “This type of injury is caused by high velocity severe force. It is not clear exactly how soon he will return to work, as the pain is considerable as is the difficulty in getting around, including flying.”

Stafford’s statement noted that displaced rib fractures can lead to life-threatening injuries, such as”hemopneumothorax, pneumothorax, pneumonia, internal bleeding, laceration of internal organs and lung contusions.” Paul is already suffering from lung contusions, or bruising. The pain from such injuries is severe, and can last from weeks to months.

Paul was attacked while he was mowing his lawn at his home in Bowling Green, Kentucky around 3:20 p.m. According to a criminal complaint, Paul “told police that his neighbor came onto his property and tackled him from behind, forcing him to the ground and causing pain.”

Police say Paul’s neighbor, Rene Boucher, admitted to attacking him. He was charged with one count of fourth-degree assault and released Saturday on $7,500 bond.

Boucher is a 59-year-old anesthesiologist who invented the Therm-a-Vest, a device meant to relieve back pain. David Ciochetty, a doctor with Interventional Pain Specialists in Bowling Green, told the Washington Post that Boucher worked there for about a year and a half in 2010 before leaving. Ciochetty said Paul, an ophthalmologist, had full staff privileges at the hospital at the time, so the two men, “must have worked together at some point.” Ciochetty was not aware of Boucher working anywhere else since leaving the hospital.

Boucher’s motive is unclear. Jim Bullington, a former member of the city commission, who knows both men, described Boucher as a socialist and said he’d been known to get into “heated discussions” with the libertarian senator about health care. However, it’s unclear if the assault had anything to do with politics. Paul was one of the few Republican senators who voted against repealing Obamacare last summer, but he said it was because the plan didn’t go far enough.

Paul’s absence could have consequences for the GOP legislative agenda, as Republicans usually only have two votes to spare. He was the only Republican senator who voted no last month on the budget resolution meant to set up tax reform, and after it passed, he signaled that he would try to push the legislation in a more conservative direction.

The charges against Boucher need to be upgraded. If convicted he should spend at least five years in prison. He could have killed Rand. What he did do was subvert our entire system of government.

I think Rand should be allowed to vote on bills from home since he can’t travel.

Senator Rand Paul Attacked While Mowing His Lawn in Kentucky

Senator Rand Paul dodged bullets when a Democrat attacked the Republican baseball game practice that left Representative Steve Scalise seriously wounded. That was earlier this year.

Rand’s neighbor blindsided him in today’s attack. Thank goodness a gun, bat, or knife wasn’t used.

Senator Paul, the son of Ron Paul, isn’t alt-right, but he has shown some independence from the globalist agenda. He’s not a lawyer. That alone is reason enough to like him.

New York Mag

Senator Rand Paul was assaulted by his neighbor while mowing his lawn at his residence in Bowling Green, Kentucky on Friday afternoon, suffering minor injuries. His assailant, a 59-year-old man named Rene Boucher, was subsequently arrested by Kentucky State Police and charged with 4th degree assault, a misdemeanor.

The FBI is currently investigating the incident to see if it was politically motivated, but according to WAVE 3 News, the GOP senator and his neighbor have had an ongoing feud. The Bowling Green News reports that, according to the police report, Paul said that Boucher attacked him from behind, knocking him to the ground. Paul apparently suffered injuries to his face and was having some trouble breathing on account of an injury to his rib.

Boucher, an anesthesiologist, was reportedly once registered as a Democrat and had criticized President Trump on his Facebook page — but it is not clear that the assault had anything to do with politics, and WAVE 3 didn’t find any Facebook posts from Boucher mentioning Paul. Boucher also once developed a back-pain vest which was marketed by QVC.

One of the senator’s spokespersons explained on Saturday that Paul was “blindsided” in the attack, but that the senator was “fine” and everything was “now a matter for the police.” That investigation is ongoing.

The Bowling Green Kentucky Daily News also has this story covered.

Arizona RINO Senator Jeff Flake Declines to Seek Reelection, Slams Trump on Senate Floor to Standing Ovation

Excerpt from AP News

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Sen. Jeff Flake said Tuesday he would not seek re-election next year, delivering a forceful condemnation of the “flagrant disregard of truth and decency” and bemoaning political complicity in a Senate speech clearly directed at President Donald Trump.

The liars are not Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and (((Stephen Miller,))) all of whom are finally getting out the message of truth about the swamp and the border-jumping invaders.

No, the liars are people like RINO (Republican in Name Only) Jeff Flake, John McCain, Lindsay Graham, and most of the rest of them.

Speaking to a rapt audience of other senators, the first-term Arizona lawmaker spelled out his frustration and disappointment in a floor speech before relaying the news that he would not be on the ballot in 2018.

“There are times we must risk our careers,” Flake said. “Now is such a time.”

Flake, you ***hole, you are risking NOTHING. Once out of the Senate you’ll be put into a million dollar a year law firm where you’ll do nothing to earn a legitimate living.

Stop, lying, you dumbass. No one with an ounce of brains is buying what you’re selling.

Flake, who has criticized the path that the Republican Party has taken under Trump, said the impulse “to threaten and scapegoat” could turn America and the GOP into a “fearful, backward-looking people” and a “fearful, backward-looking party.” Flake didn’t mention Trump by name, but clearly was directing his remarks at the president and his administration.

Some fears are justified, you POS. Anyone who would deny that globalism and the New World Order isn’t something to fear is a shill for the globalists.

That’s you, Flake, and most of those who gave you a standing ovation.

Flake, a former House member, is a conservative who favors limited government and free markets but one known to work on bipartisan legislation. Most notably, he has worked on immigration legislation aimed at finding a path to citizenship for the 11 million immigrants living here illegally.

Conservative? Conservatives have conserved nothing. Cuckservative is a better word.

“A political career does not mean much if we are complicit in undermining these values,” he said. He received applause at the conclusion of his remarks.

His extraordinary speech came shortly after Trump had joined Senate Republicans at their weekly policy luncheon, and came a few hours after the president had engaged in a war of words with another retiring Republican senator, Bob Corker of Tennessee.

Republicans and Democrats were upset with the news.

“It is one of the most depressing things that has happened during my time in the Senate,” said Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., who called Flake a man of great integrity and principle.

Moderate Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine said she was “extraordinarily disappointed” and called Flake a “person of utmost integrity.”

After bucking Trump in a state the president won, Flake is bottoming out in polls. Republicans may be left with a hard-core conservative challenger that might win the primary but lose in the general election.

Flake was facing a challenge from former state Sen. Kelli Ward, who failed in her effort to take out Sen. John McCain last year but has gained some traction this year. Last week, former Trump strategist Steve Bannon attended a fundraiser for her.

Flake was going to lose. So he bailed. He’s no hero, although the Trump-hating media are portraying him as one.

Kudos to Rand Paul, who has apparently decided to side with the populists over the globalists. He’s a bit of a hero today:

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Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Tweets from Fort Knox “Glad the gold is safe.”

WE NEED TO COUNT IT, NOT TAKE A BANKER’S WORD FOR IT.

Is the word of an ex-

Bloomberg

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin paid a rare official visit to Fort Knox to check out the nation’s gold stash on Monday — while keeping an open mind for future film projects.

“I assume the gold is still there,” the former Hollywood producer quipped to an audience in Louisville, Kentucky, 40 miles (64 km) north of the U.S. Bullion Depository. “It would really be quite a movie if we walked in and there was no gold.” After the visit, he playfully reassured Americans the treasure was still secure.

“Glad gold is safe!” he wrote in a post on Twitter.

Fort Knox has been seared into the public imagination since the 1964 James Bond movie “Goldfinger,” in which the British spy, played by Sean Connery, foiled a plot to contaminate the nation’s bullion.

Mnuchin, whose action-film credits include ‘‘Mad Max: Fury Road,” “The Lego Batman Movie” and “Suicide Squad,” said that he would be only the third secretary of the Treasury to go inside the vault since it was created in 1936 by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

“We have approximately $200 billion of gold at Fort Knox,” said Mnuchin. “The last time anybody went in to see the gold, other than the Fort Knox people, was in 1974 when there was a congressional visit. And the last time it was counted was actually in 1953.”

Rand Paul argues that it’s time to audit the Fed. I assume that a thorough audit would include counting the gold in Fort Knox.

It is time to defy the critics and pass the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, which would be a momentous victory for accountability and transparency and send the establishment’s head spinning, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul wrote in an opinion piece in The Daily Caller on Monday.

More popularly known as “Audit the Fed,” the act would “open up the Fed’s agreements with foreign governments and central banks, its discount window and open market operations, its member bank reserves, and its Federal Open Market Committee directives to thorough examination by the people’s representatives — for the first time since its creation in 1913,” Paul wrote.

The act does this, Paul explained, by removing “the restraints on how the nonpartisan, independent Government Accountability Office can audit the Federal Reserve System, requiring the GAO to conduct an audit within one year of the bill’s passage and report back to Congress within 90 days of finishing it.”

Paul said that skeptics have said that since the nation’s central bank is one of the most powerful institutions in Washington, passing such legislation would never be feasible, but the senator credited “grassroots Americans” for making sure that congressmen don’t give up the struggle to make it into law.

The measure has already passed the House and last year missed reaching cloture by only seven votes.

Paul praised those supporting the bill as “concerned Americans who look down the road and wonder how much of our nation’s prosperity and opportunity will be swallowed up by debt or lost in financial crises fueled by artificial market signals and central planners’ economic tinkering.”

Rand Paul: They’re Going to Keep Obamacare

Rand Paul is trying to save President Trump from a horrific mistake, which would be signing into law any of the current Republican healthcare bills that enrich the insurance companies, while leaving more uninsured people.

Excerpt from Breitbart

I miss the old days, when Republicans stood for repealing Obamacare. Republicans across the country and every member of my caucus campaigned on repeal – often declaring they would tear out Obamacare “root and branch!”

What happened?

Now too many Republicans are falling all over themselves to stuff hundreds of billions of taxpayers’ dollars into a bill that doesn’t repeal Obamacare and feeds Big Insurance a huge bailout.

Obamacare regulations? Still here. Taxes? Many still in place, totaling hundreds of billions of dollars.

Insurance company bailouts? Those, too. Remember when Republicans complained about Obamacare’s risk corridors? Remember when we called the corridors nothing more than insurance company bailouts? I remember when one prominent GOP candidate during a presidential debate explicitly called out the Obamacare risk corridors as a bailout to insurance companies. Does anyone else?

Now, the Senate GOP plan being put forward is chock full of insurance bailout money – to the tune of nearly $200 billion. Republicans, present company excluded, now support the idea of lowering your insurance premium by giving a subsidy to the insurance company.

Remarkable. If the GOP now supports an insurance stabilization fund to lower insurance prices, maybe they now support a New Car stabilization fund to lower the price of cars. Or maybe the GOP would support an iPhone stabilization fund to lower the price of phones.

The possibilities are limitless once you accept that the federal government should subsidize prices. I remember when Republicans favored the free choice of the marketplace.

The Senate Obamacare bill does not repeal Obamacare. I want to repeat that so everyone realizes why I’ll vote “no” as it stands now:

The Senate Obamacare bill does not repeal Obamacare. Not even close.

In fact, the Senate GOP bill codifies and likely expands many aspects of Obamacare.

The Senate Obamacare-lite bill codifies a federal entitlement to insurance. With the Senate GOP bill, Republicans, for the first time, will signal that they favor a key aspect of Obamacare – federal taxpayer funding of private insurance purchases.

The bill will transfer billions of dollars to people who will then transfer billions of dollars to insurance companies. What a great business model – encourage the federal government to use taxpayer money to buy a private company’s product. Great business model, that is, if you are Big Insurance. Remarkable.

The Senate Obamacare-lite bill does what the Democrats forgot to do – appropriate billions for Obamacare’s cost-sharing reductions, aka subsidies. Really? Republicans are going to fund Obamacare subsidies that the Democrats forgot to fund?

Karl Denninger has been writing the most intelligent material on healthcare for years now. He’s shown how if we stay the course, the healthcare and health insurance industries will bankrupt the country and drive most of us into complete poverty. His work with the numbers is scary stuff.

Karl has written a one sentence law that no one in Congress will look at because they’re all in the pockets of big pharma and the big insurance and healthcare companies.

Market Ticker

Here it is:

“Notwithstanding any other provision in state or federal law, a person who presents themselves while uninsured to any provider of a medical good or service shall not be charged a price greater than that which Medicare pays for the same drug, device, service or combination thereof.”

That’s it.

One sentence.

If you want to add a penalty clause with it I propose the following:

“Any bill rendered to a person in excess of said amounts shall (1) be deemed void, with all services and goods provided as a gift without charge or taxable consequence to said consumer but not deductible by said physician or facility from any income or occupational tax and (2) is immediately due to the customer in the exact amount presented as liquidated damages for the fraud so-attempted.”

It ends the “Chargemaster” ripoff game.

It ends the $150,000 snake bite or the $80,000 scorpion sting.

It ends the $500,000 cancer treatment.

It ends all of that, immediately and instantly.

I remind you that Medicare is required to set pay rates by law at a level that in fact are profitable — that is, above cost by a modest amount — for everything it covers. Further, those pay rates are audited regularly to prove that they in fact are above cost.

Does this solve every problem? No, and in fact that would leave alone the existing monopolistic pricing systems that many medical providers, whether they be drug makers, device makers, service providers or otherwise have in place. It would do exactly nothing to get rid of the 10 paper pushers hired for every doctor or nurse, none of whom ever provide one second of care to an actual person through their entire time of employment.

But it would instantly end walking into an emergency room and getting hammered with a $50,000 bill for something that Medicare will pay $5,000 for.

Denninger has many more articles on his site about health care, most notably revolving around the idea that the anti-trust laws (Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890) should be applied to the healthcare industry.

He’s well worth the read because his common sense exposes the hoax that the Republicans and Democrats, with the exception of Rand Paul, are pulling on us.

Brother Nathanael Exposes the Truth About the Wailing Wall and Jews (Video)

Warning: Jewish pelvic thrusting!

Donald, Melania, and Ivanka Trump visited the Western Wall in Jerusalen on Monday. Brother Nathanael explains the Satanic implications of the Jewish story about the wall.

This is an older four minute video from 2013 that exposes some nefarious Jew mischief.