#onlinedating | Rand Paul airs grievances about impeachment, ‘your favorite politicians’ as part of Festivus | #bumble | #tinder | #pof


Sen. Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard PaulSenate GOP blasts impeachment: ‘The mob took over the House’ Republicans eschew any credible case against impeachment The Memo: Trump era flips script on views of intelligence agencies MORE (R-Ky.) aired his grievances about impeachment and “your favorite politicians” Monday as part of Festivus, the holiday popularized by “Seinfeld.” 

Paul took to Twitter to post those grievances, as USA Today reported he has been doing since 2016, starting with impeachment.

“I’ve got a lot of problems with all of you people and impeachment,” he tweeted, taking aim at Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiSchumer: Newly released emails show importance of White House witnesses in Senate trial Republicans attack Pelosi for impeachment stalemate White House spokeswoman: ‘Dangerous’ for Pelosi to hold impeachment articles from Senate MORE (D-Calif.) for refusing to send the House-passed articles of impeachment to the Senate. 

The Kentucky senator also targeted President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump rails against windmills: ‘I never understood wind’ Trump faces pivotal year with Russia on arms control Bolton says he doesn’t think Trump admin ‘really means it’ on stopping North Korea nukes MORE’s personal attorney Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiTrump had brief encounter with Giuliani on Saturday Trump blasts ‘unfair’ impeachment, ‘extreme leftists’ in speech to young conservatives Colbert presents ‘Once Upon Impeachment’ as new ‘animated classic’ MORE, criticizing his media appearances and his “butt dials” to NBC News. 

“You do have to wonder how he was the best the President could think of for a lawyer,” he said. 

Paul also blasted the government for “waste” spending, specifically calling out funds going to studying frog mating calls in Panama, purchasing textbooks for Afghan students and studying the habits of online dating app users. 

The senator also poked fun at the Democratic candidates for president, including former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenPanel: Did Joe Biden just assure Donald Trump’s victory? Trump had brief encounter with Giuliani on Saturday The one issue where Democrats are to the right of Trump MORE and Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersThe one issue where Democrats are to the right of Trump Hospital opposition to state health care reforms foreshadows challenges for Congress Warren faces online criticism over past big donor fundraisers MORE (I-Vt.), and their ages.

The House impeached Trump on two articles last week, moving the matter to the Senate for trial in January. The GOP-majority Senate is expected to acquit the president.

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