Rand Paul Comes Out Hard Against Looming Techno Control Grid – “They Can’t Arrest All of Us!”

Rand Paul is hardly an ideal revolutionary figure.

However, I feel like a horny teenager, seeing the sun peek through the window after a hard night of drinking, staring down a fat chick: “Meh. I’ll take it.”

They can’t arrest all of us. They can’t keep all of your kids home from school. They can’t keep every government building closed – although I’ve got a long list of ones they might keep closed or might ought to keep closed.

We don’t have to accept the mandates, lockdowns, and harmful policies of the petty tyrants and bureaucrats. We can simply say no, not again… Nancy Pelosi — you will not arrest or stop me or anyone on my staff from doing our jobs.

We have either had COVID, had the vaccine, or been offered the vaccine. We will make our own health choices. We will not show you a passport, we will not wear a mask, we will not be forced into random screenings and testings so you can continue your drunk-with-power rein over the Capitol.

Obviously, he’s ahead of the curve here.

Most Americans still have no idea what is coming down on them this fall.

They have no notion of a technetronic control grid.

Of course, Rand Paul isn’t going to stop anything. He is low IQ and stupid-looking, and we’ve seen repeatedly that he refuses to stand up for any of his supposed beliefs.

But I’m glad he’s saying it. After this miserable summer of waiting, we’ve finally begun to dive into the big mess.

He is preempting the big announcements that are coming about big shut downs and mass testing regimea, the vaccine passport (administered by Apple and Google), mobile units, camps – all of the Australian stuff that will not be officially announced for several more weeks.

He’s even talking about the impending mass arrests, which will likely be the most shocking aspect.

Maybe he’s smarter than the other Republicans, and is seeing the real direction this is all going in – maybe he had a vision of the coming bloodbath.

There’s no stopping any of it. But the more resistance, the better.