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Rand Paul Attack Mystery Deepens As Paul’s Wife Protests

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Kelley Paul, wife of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), sought to clarify the details leading to her husband’s injury after he was attacked by a neighbor earlier in the month, after some started to speculate it was a gay tryst.

The senator was mowing the grass on his Bowling Green property when his neighbor, Rene Boucher, 59, tackled him from behind. He sustained minor cuts to his nose and mouth and several broken ribs.

It was initially reported that the attack was inspired by a landscaping dispute, but neighbors and those closest to him disagreed. Senior adviser Doug Stafford said that the men had not spoken to each other in several years. He also denied that they were in a fight, saying, “it was a blindside, violent attack by a disturbed person. Anyone claiming otherwise is simply uninformed or seeking media attention.”

It’s still unclear what drove Boucher to allegedly attack his neighbor, but residents of Bowling Green say the two sit on opposite sides of the political spectrum. Former city commission member Jim Bullington told the Post that Boucher was a socialist who would regularly engage in “heated discussions” with Paul, a libertarian, about healthcare.

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  1. elle

    November 23, 2017 at 6:08 pm

    so IF they hadn’t spoken to each for years, how could they have ”regularly engaged in conversation”? something stinks here!

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ICE Barricades Entrances to Prevent Protestors from Entering Government Building

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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers barricaded an employee and visitor entrance Wednesday to prevent activists from performing an “occupation” of the agency’s D.C. headquarters.

Several dozen activists had intended to enter the building to protest Trump administration deportation and border detention policies, but arrived to find temporary fencing and a line of officers blocking their way.

Amid heavy rain, activists chanted slogans anyhow, including “quit your jobs!” at Department of Homeland Security guards and ICE employees who peered from windows.

The protest was organized by Movimiento Cosecha and was advertised in a press release as a demonstration by “undocumented activists and allies,” as similar protests occur in other cities.

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NRA Weird Starts Political Campaign Ads Against Ocasio-Cortez

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Claiming that 22 year old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a threat to America, the NRA has started pushing political ads that attack candidates that they don’t support.

“Left-wing socialists have infiltrated our nation and want to fundamentally change the country we love,” NRATV host Grant Stinchfield warns. “The socialist movement in America is real. It is dangerous. And it is more powerful than you may think.”

 

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WATCHDOG: NRA Russian Dark Money Funded Pro-Trump Ads Illegally

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Watchdogs say an unknown amount of Russian dark money funneled through the National Rifle Association helped Donald Trump win the presidency.

The NRA is claiming they only received a few donations from Russia, but refuses to allow its books to be audited.

Robert Maguire is an investigator with the Center for Responsive Politics, which runs opensecrets.org. He said the dark money loophole that allows nonprofits to take limitless donations without reporting the source means we can’t really tell how much foreign money was spent in the 2016 presidential election.

“It’s safe to assume that what we’re seeing is the tip of the iceberg,” Maguire said. “The problem is that there’s no way to track that.”

But that figure does not include large payments from U.S. subsidiaries of companies owned by Russian oligarchs. Investigators have found such payments went to others in Trump’s orbit.

Direct foreign funding of American campaigns is illegal and could be politically toxic.

Maguire said the problem is that it might also be invisible.

And he pointed out that in the 2016 presidential race, the NRA spent three-times what it had supporting Mitt Romney in 2012 – and the money came just as big GOP donors were distancing themselves from Trump.

“The NRA spent more money than it has in any previous cycle,” Maguire said. “Without the NRA stepping into that vacuum, it would have severely impacted the chances that he would have won the election.”

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Maguire said the NRA got what it paid for. After the Parkland shooting, Trump said he might back some gun-control measures – until the National Rifle Association got involved.

“The NRA in a matter of weeks had two private meetings with the president,” Maguire observed; “and we saw those sort of initiatives kind of fade away.”

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