Rand Paul Asks His Question That Was Disallowed During Impeachment Trial— Drops BOMB On Senate Floor

Y’all, this is HUGE. At this point, I’m guessing that Supreme Court Justice Roberts wishes he had not played politics and instead allowed Rand Paul to ask his question last week.

Since last week, the story of Rand Paul’s infamous question has not been covered by the mainstream media, but it has been buzzing on social media.

ICYMI, to set the stage: here’s how it all began to blow up, last week.  Here’s the Rand Paul presser that went down immediately after it happened. And here’s the OANN interview when Rand Paul discussed the situation in more depth after Roberts had disallowed Paul’s question on January 30.

Fast forward to Wednesday, February 4, when Senator Paul announced that he would insist his question be asked — and he then summed it up swiftly in 6 minutes and 31 seconds, on the Senate floor.  His question uncovers precisely what Adam Schiff worked so hard to cover up. And, thanks to SC Justice Roberts, we’re now hearing the question AND THEN SOME loud and clear.

During his Senate speech and question, Rand Paul dug into the history of Adam Schiff’s staffer Sean Misko. Who is Sean Misko? And why was Misko (a former colleague of the alleged whistleblower, at the NSC) hired by Schiff, one day after the infamous Ukraine call?

Senator Paul goes on to essentially ask: “if no one, including Adam Schiff, knows who the whistleblower is, how might SC Justice Roberts know who the whistleblower is?”

M I C  D R O P.

And it gets even better. Rand Paul then went on to discuss the need for Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court reform and how this should “never happen to another President or American citizen again.”

J A W  D R O P.

Regardless of what political camp you’re in, like Trump or hate Trump, everyone needs to understand how this question will be heard ’round the world, and how this moment will go down in the United States history books.

I predict that all of our grandkids will listen to this historic question someday in history class, what do you think?

You can watch Rand Paul’s full 11:12 Senate speech from February 4, 2020, here:

Sen. Rand Paul Impeachment Question

On the floor of the U.S. Senate, Senator Rand Paul reads and displays the question which Chief Justice Roberts declined to read last week during the Impeachment Trial. https://cs.pn/399cddw

Posted by C-SPAN on Tuesday, February 4, 2020


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