Senator Rand Paul Sid that the BLM mob could have killed him if the police weren’t there to protect him and his wife.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul was with his wife in the white house for Trump’s speech at the RNC conference last night said that he was attacked by the angry mob of BLM protestors who shoved the police escorts and knocked one of the officers out.
In the morning, he said that he is feared that he and his wife will be killed by the angry mob of BLM who attacked them last night. People were gathering around the white house to drown out the trump’s speech. The mob was shouting threats to kill him and his wife.
He said the threats were f* you up and to kill you. He said that if they get hold of us, they would have gotten us to the ground. He also said that they might not have been killed, but he is sure that they might have been injured with all the kicking in the head and the stomach.
He added that he is thankful to the police as he believes that the police saved their lives. He said that they would have been dead or in the hospitals if it weren’t for the police officers.
The video that circulates in the media shows that the senator and his wife were surrounded by dozen of angry people as they were trying to reach the hotel. Protestors shoved an officer into the senator who stumbled and nearly falls to the ground.
The video also shows Paul and his wife Kelley being aggressively approached by the mob as they were trying to leave the Republican National Convention, and officers were trying to hold back the angry crowd.
And at one point where one officer was holding a bicycle to shield the couple from the crowd was aggressively shoved backward who stumbled into a senator and almost made him fall to the ground.
In another video, activists were shown harassing people, including a man who was punched in the back of his head and was knocked out by the angry mob.
Hundreds of people were gathered outside the white house to protest against Trump’s nomination acceptance speech. The demonstration started peacefully, but as the night wore off, it started to get aggressive.
Protesters blared bullhorns, rang bells, and chanted No justice, no peace! And Black Lives Matter. When Trump started his speech, people set off firecrackers and amplified their chants to hinder his speech.
The convention, which lasted from 9 pm to 11 pm, the protestors kept on setting off firecrackers and air horns, which could be heard in the background of Trump’s speech as it was broadcast on TV.
Protestors were gathered between the white house, National Mall, and Black Lives matter Plaza, against Trump’s nomination acceptance speech. Justin, who organized the protest, said to make some noise if you want to take out trump.