Senator Booker has been running his mouth non-stop. But Senator Rand Paul looked to remedy that and addressed his inciting behavior. Rand Paul was interviewed on Leland Conway’s Newsradio 840 WHAS. During the interview, they talked about how Paul’s wife, Kelly, was distressed by Booker’s and other Democrats inciting behavior. So she decided to write a letter officially asking for the Democrats to stop encouraging bad behavior.
Conway reminded Rand about his wife’s letter that was published in the op-ed section at CNN.com. Conway asked him how he felt.
“I fear that there’s going to be an assassination,” Paul told Leland Conway. “I really worry that someone is going to be killed and that those who are ratcheting up the conversation, those who are saying ‘get in their face’ – they have to realize that they bear some responsibility if this elevates to violence.”
“These are people that are unstable,” Paul said. “We don’t want to encourage them. We have to somehow ratchet it down and say we’re not encouraging them that violence is ever OK or ever a reason or a means to try to resolve things.”
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“I think what people need to realize is when people like Cory Booker say ‘get up in their face’ — he may think that that’s OK, but what he doesn’t realize is that for about every 1,000 people who might want to get up in your face, one of them is going to be unstable enough to commit violence,” Paul said.
If it’s an accusation with no substantiation it’s utterly to be believed,” he said, referencing the allegations against Judge Kavanaugh. “In my case, it wasn’t an accusation. I actually was assaulted … and yet the media discounted that completely because they don’t like my politics. So this just shows it’s just about politics. It really isn’t about concern or people wanting to lessen violence.”