Militarized Police Opponent Rand Paul is “Now Working for the Russians” According to John McCain

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Rand Paul has a history of opposing militarization of police and illegal wars. Recently he opposed an expansion of NATO power. Now, like clockwork, he is being accused of “working for the Russians.”

Thursday 03/16/17

WASHINGTON, DC — It shows that the neo-McCarthyism of the mainstream media knows no bounds.

Rand Paul is being accused of being a Russian agent.

He has in the past called for the de-militarization of police, stating: “the images and scenes we continue to see in Ferguson resemble war more than traditional police action.”

More recently he has made headlines for opposing the Republican “health” care bill that is about to be introduced.





If passed the bill will benefit pharmaceutical and insurance companies more than the average American.

Rand Paul is the son of former presidential candidate Ron Paul, and is said to be working with President Trump behind the scenes to attack the agendas of the official republican party.

Now a neoconservative politician named John McCain has accused Rand Paul of working for Putin.

It is a strange time indeed when the so-called liberal media and neocons both use the same talking points to inflict another red scare on Americans.

It is not unlike what they did in the 90s when they suggested that any anti-establishment speech was “terrorism.”

The accusation occurred while Rand Paul was arguing against the idea of expanding NATO power.

A measure calling for Montenegro to join NATO would mean an increased probability of war for profit and empire.




John McCain was upset that Rand Paul opposed it, saying “You are achieving the objectives of Vladimir Putin… trying to dismember this small country which has already been the subject an attempted coup.”

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