Sen. Rand Paul posted a powerful video to urge Americans to reject any potential new mandates or lockdowns coming from the Biden administration.
“It’s time for us to resist,” Paul said.
“They can’t arrest all of us. They can’t keep all of your kids home from school. They can’t keep every government building closed – although I’ve got a long list of ones they might keep closed or might ought to keep closed.”
“We don’t have to accept the mandates, lockdowns, and harmful policies of the petty tyrants and bureaucrats.”
“We can simply say no, not again,” Paul insisted.
Paul's message to Nancy Pelosi: “Nancy Pelosi — you will not arrest or stop me or anyone on my staff from doing our jobs. We have either had COVID, had the vaccine, or been offered the vaccine.”
“We will make our own health choices. We will not show you a passport, we will not wear a mask, we will not be forced into random screenings and testings so you can continue your drunk-with-power rein over the Capitol.”
Paul's message to Joe Biden: "President Biden, we will not accept your agencies’ mandates or your reported moves toward a lockdown. No one should follow the CDC’s anti-science mask mandates."
On Dems who might want to prevent kids from returning to school, Paul noted that “every adult who works in schools has either had the vaccine or had their chance to get vaccinated.”
“Children are falling behind in school, and are being harmed physically and psychologically by the tactics that you have used to keep them from the classroom during the last year."
"We won’t allow it again,” Paul said.
Sen. Paul had a good idea on what to do with with Team Biden if they want to push federal mandates.
“And if you want to shut down federal agencies again, some of which aren’t even back to work yet, I will stop every bill coming through the Senate with an amendment to cut their funding if they don’t come back to work in person.”
“Will we allow these people to use fear and propaganda to do further harm to our society, economy and children? Or will we stand together and say, 'absolutely not,” Paul asked.
“Not this time,” Paul finished. “I choose freedom.”