The mainstream media and Facebook continue to wage a battle against what they deem to be “fake” news, but Senator Rand Paul won’t let them get away with it without a fight.
Paul has served as a Senator from the state of Kentucky since 2011 and has been at the forefront of the fight against big government, the military industrial complex, and globalism. In 2013, he stood upon the Senate floor for 13 hours in a filibuster against the domestic use of government drones. Later that year, he stood alongside Senator Ted Cruz in his 21 hour filibuster against Obamacare. And in 2015, Senator Paul filibustered against government surveillance programs for more than 10 hours.
After failing to secure the GOP presidential nomination this year, Rand refocused his efforts towards his Senatorial campaign, and was reelected to the US Senate after a landslide victory over Jim Gray.
Rand is back and more vocal than ever, and didn’t mince words when asked about CNN in a recent interview with Breitbart. “You know, I think they’re so openly partisan that I can’t even hardly turn on CNN in the morning, that they’re going on and on about potential conflicts of interest. Not that they’ve said this is a conflict of interest. They just go on and on and on, so it’s clearly a partisan network, and there’s no news.”