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Rand Paul Believes Biden Was Talking About Him When He Mentioned Liars And Racists During Speech



Hours after President Joe Biden delivered his inaugural address, a visibly paranoid Sen. Rand Paul, of Kentucky, appeared on Fox News to complain that Biden’s speech contained “thinly-veiled innuendo” that targeted Republicans as “liars” and “racists.”

“If you read his speech and listen to it carefully, much of it is thinly-veiled innuendo calling us white supremacists, calling us racist, calling us every name in the book. Calling us people who don’t tell the truth,” Paul told Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade in an interview late Wednesday evening.

The Kentucky lawmaker appears to believe that Biden was attacking him and the GOP when he called for the country to “reject the culture in which facts themselves are manipulated and even manufactured.”

“Well, that’s another way of saying, all of my opponents manufacture and manipulate the truth and are liars,” Paul said. “He just said it in a nicer way. But that was really the gist of what he was telling us.”

Paul’s comments come on the heels of a GOP effort to overturn President Trump’s election loss that fueled the attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of former president Donald Trump.

The comments also come as other GOP Senators praised Biden’s speech as one of unity.

“I believe the message is essential for our country right now,” Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) said of Biden’s speech, according to a pool report on Wednesday.

“Our devotion to facts and to a willingness to come together as a people is essential if we’re going to overcome the challenges of our age,” he added.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) said that Biden’s remarks covered “all of the important stuff.”

“I thought it was very well done. I thought it was what we needed,” she said, according to the pool.

Fox News’ Chris Wallace had also praised Biden’s speech on the conservative news network, calling it “the best inaugural address I ever heard.”

“There was a mob of thugs, of insurrectionists, of domestic terrorists on the inaugural stand,” Wallace said on Wednesday. “And Joe Biden was saying that democracy prevailed. We were able to get through that, and he was talking about how we need to get through that in the future if we are going to be a united country.”

Watch Paul’s interview below.