In other news, dog bites man.
The Bowling Green, Ky. neighbor who allegedly sucker attack Sen. Rand Paul last weekend, causing six broken ribs, was aggressively anti-Trump and anti-GOP in his social media, calling for the impeachment of the president and urging Russia investigator Robert Mueller to “fry Trump’s gonads.”
Captured screen grabs of Rene Boucher’s Facebook page provided to Secrets and taken down since the event also show that the anesthesiologist was a fan of the #NeverTrump clan.
Subhed: Lawyer for violent Lefty pustule lies his ass off.
His lawyer said that politics played no part and it has been suggested that the two verbally tussled over lawn clippings, leaving the impression that the Republican Kentucky senator was a negligent landscaper.
Perfectly reasonable and believable assertion. Why, who among us HASN’T inflicted grievous bodily injury on a long-time neighbor over lawn clippings occasionally, right? LET HE WHO IS WITHOUT SIN etc.
But seven neighbors in the Rivergreen gated community told Secrets Wednesday that the Pauls are friendly homeowners who kept their property tidy.
All seven neighbors expressed shock at the “scary” attack on Paul as he was doing yard work last Saturday and they dismissed reports that it was the result of poor landscaping. However, they are puzzled about why Boucher, 59, allegedly tackled Paul, 54, who was wearing ear plugs at the time. Boucher has been charged with assault.
Puzzled? It seems clear enough: a liberal-fascist sees his side suffering defeat after defeat after defeat after years of uncontested victory, his authoritarian/totalitarian agenda going down in flames and the damage wrought by his Lord and Savior Obama being undone slowly but surely, and it drives him around the bend. Seething with hatred and contempt for his opponents, gradually unhinged by their refusal to acquiesce to Team Tyrant’s divine mandate to control them absolutely, he finally lashes out in the only way he knows how: not with reasoned, respectful debate, but with swift, sneaky violence. He Pearled Paul’s Harbor. For anybody who understands these people and their villainous megalomania at all, that’s about as “puzzling” as a first-grade spelling book.
Another neighbor, Dan Renshaw, owner of a large car sales group, told us, “This episode is so wrong on so many levels, to be absolutely blindsided and attacked while mowing one’s lawn. I can’t imagine being in my yard pulling weeds or mowing and being totally attacked by anyone, much less my neighbor? It’s hard to believe he was out of jail the next morning on a $7,500 bail.”
He took note that the attack wasn’t on any neighbor, but a U.S. senator. “What kind of individual does this?”
Renshaw also dismissed the speculation that the fight was over landscaping. “Their lawn is always mowed. It’s such a lame excuse. That could have killed Rand if a rib had punctured a lung or worse yet the heart. Just no excuse for this type of behavior from adults. Especially educated adults.”
Ahh, but we aren’t talking about “educated adults.” We’re talking about stupid, delusional fascists for whom the right to dissent is not sacrosanct but infuriating—not a healthy expression of freedom but a dire provocation that demands not tolerance but retribution—and whose mindless rage is impossible to control when confronted by it.
Neighbor Alicia Stivers express shock at the violence of the attack. “I have never heard Sen. Paul speak an unkind word about anyone, let alone become physically violent. Which makes it all the more shocking that a next-door neighbor of many years who has not so much as exchanged an email or spoken word with Rand in several years, would race downhill and pummel Rand from behind,” said Stivers.
All these people who are so shocked by this are leading almost unbelievably sheltered existences, and really ought to get out more. Go attend a #BlackLiesMurder or “anti”fa riot—or, I dunno, the next Democrat-Socialist National Convention, say—then come back and tell us all how baffling you think it is.
She has served four years on the neighborhood association and said that there were no reports of problems between Paul or Boucher. “I am wondering how the media can describe what took place as an altercation. Is it an altercation when no words are exchanged and one person is attacked from behind with no warning? I must check my dictionary,” she added.
Heh. Okay, that’s a pretty good one, I admit. She’s evidently something of a smartass, and I’ve always liked that in a woman, myself.