There aren’t actually any “white supremacists” or “far righters” in the government.
Because there are no far righters to attack, leftist lunatics who have been whipped up into a frenzy by the hysterical Jewish media and Jewish-controlled government tend to attack two people: Ted Cruz and Rand Paul.
Obviously, we here at Tranny Watch like Rand Paul a lot better than we like Ted Cruz, but neither of them are really paragons of right-wing thought.
Despite the fact that Paul is mostly useless, violent leftists are coming for him.
The FBI is investigating a suspicious package, filled with white powder and bearing an image threatening violence, that arrived at Republican Sen. Rand Paul’s home in Kentucky Monday.
On the outside of the envelope was a picture of a bruised and bandaged Paul with a gun to his head and a threat printed beneath it: “I’ll finish what your neighbor started you motherf——“
Rand Paul blamed someone named “Richard Marx” for drumming up hatred against him.
“I take these threats immensely seriously,” Paul wrote in a statement Monday. “I have been targeted multiple times now, it is reprehensible that Twitter allows C-list celebrities to advocated for violence against me and my family. This must stop. Just this weekend Richard Marx called for violence against me and now we receive this despicable powder filled letter.”
I didn’t know who Richard Marx was, and I went to Richard Marx’ Twitter page to find him angry that people don’t know who he is.
Every Twitter user period: “Who the fuck is PG Howie?” https://t.co/5qaY2813BR
— Richard Marx (@richardmarx) May 25, 2021
Famous people arguing with rando accounts is always sad to see, but a famous person arguing with a rando and saying “I’m more famous than you” is really the worst.
He’s also telling randos he had a lot of hits.
If by “one hit” you mean “after another” then, yeah that’s fair enough. https://t.co/WvReNgIFd4
— Richard Marx (@richardmarx) May 25, 2021
I started to think “well, he must be a member of a band that I’ve heard of.” But I went to his Wikipedia page and no, he recorded under the name “Richard Marx.”
This is surprising to me as I am actually a pretty big fan of boomer music.
There was one big non-surprise in his Wikipedia page.
But yeah – whatever.
Apparently this guy is involved in a hate campaign against Rand Paul, and Paul is blaming him for the white powder envelope with a death threat that showed up at his house.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) May 25, 2021
I guess Richard Marx has some devoted group of fans who are working to take down Rand Paul in his name.
I guess we should see what Richard Marx’ music sounds like, no?
Hmm, yeah – I know that song, of course.
But wasn’t that originally done by like, Bon Jovi or someone?
It’s kinda funny to imagine someone listening to Right Here Waiting and putting together a death threat package with white powder.
Marx is taking this opportunity of new fame from getting shouted out as a terrorist by Rand Paul to argue with more randos on Twitter.
Apparently, anyone he replies to is getting banned by Twitter.
This appears to have started because Rand Paul is openly refusing to take the deadly coronavirus vaccine.
The Kentucky senator said until he sees evidence suggesting immunity from the vaccine is better than natural immunity, he’s not going to get vaccinated.https://t.co/KeMJKJYvvN
— The Hill (@thehill) May 23, 2021
If you think this is all very weird, then just wait – everything is about to get weirder.
Note: Re: Paul’s call to ban Marx from Twitter
My view on social media bans is the same thing as it’s always been: no one should get banned unless there is an order from the government to ban them, i.e., they engaged in illegal speech. Private companies should not be deciding what is and isn’t illegal speech.
Obviously, the new message from conservatives is: “oh well, you banned all of these right-wingers, so why don’t you ban some left-wingers too?” I am against this line of argument 100%, because it weakens the right-wing position, which should be: censorship is not the job of private companies.
I think this is Rand Paul’s standard position, but right now he’s scared because people are sending him death threats and white powder, so he’s cracking.
But if what Richard Marx did in calling for violence against Paul is illegal, that is the business of the government, not Twitter. I maintain this position. If Republicans get into the weeds with “when should private companies be allowed to regulate speech,” they are hopping on the slippery slope with the leftists.
Glenn Greenwald has consistently held the line on this. He was on Fox News in March, and the host was all like “well don’t you think that at some point, the company has to stop violence?” and Greenwald’s answer was a very simple: “no.”
There have always been laws about threatening to kill people. Those laws should be the ONLY guide for regulation of speech.
Paul is scared of white powder and people attacking his family, but he needs to stop being a bitch.