Democrat-Run Twitter Refuses To Suspend Singer For Possibly Inciting Violence Against Kentucky Senator Rand Paul

Republican Sen. Rand Paul told Fox News on Tuesday that a tweet posted by singer-songwriter Richard Marx could be partially responsible for the suspicious package he received at his Kentucky home a day earlier. “You know, hundreds of people on Twitter every day are wishing me violence, wishing my family violence,” Paul told “The Story” host Martha MacCallum, referring specifically to a tweet from “this songwriter from a long time ago that nobody has heard ever of.”

Of course if this were a Democrat Senator threatened with white powder, Twitter would’ve suspended anyone who even came close to recently threatening that Senator on their platform. That said, if the GOP stuck together on important matters the way Democrats do, maybe the response would be different.

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