“All I could think of was the driver who was pulled from his car, viciously kicked in the head and left lying in his own blood in Portland, Oregon, last week,” says Kelley Paul, wife of wife of Sen. Rand Paul, of the frightening, “dystopian” night the couple had departing the White House RNC event.
“As the mob grew and became more threatening, we literally could not move, and neither could the two officers for several minutes. The rioters were inches from us, screaming in our faces.”
Paul wrote about her experience in detail for the Washington Examiner. I recommend reading every word. Here’s one more excerpt:
Mobs are terrifying. They looked at us with no humanity — just a vicious and righteous zeal. After that, I just kept my eyes down and prayed. All I could think of was the driver who was pulled from his car, viciously kicked in the head and left lying in his own blood in Portland, Oregon, last week.
Now the Associated Press is reporting that Rand used the word “attack” to describe our ordeal “without evidence.” This is disgusting and utter proof of their bias.
When you are surrounded by throngs of people screaming in your face and preventing you from getting away, that is an attack.
People are mad at Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg for not censoring a militia’s “call to arms” ahead of the Kenosha shooting. What about the Facebook post that organized this attack? Does anyone in the media care?
No, of course they don’t. They didn’t care when someone shot up a Republican softball game and they don’t care now.