By Dennis Behreandt -

Socialist terrorists who have been attacking American cities, burning large swaths of them to the ground and terrorizing innocent and peaceful citizens have begun assaulting politicians in a new campaign of political terrorism.

The first attack in this new campaign was launched primarily against Senator Rand Paul and his wife as the pair were leaving the Republican National Convention following President Trump's acceptance of party nomination on the evening of August 27.

Video captured at the time shows Senator Paul and his wife attempting to walk down the street guarded by several police officers. The small group is surrounded by a large and increasingly violent crowd of socialist terrorists whose bloodlust surges as the video rolls. Mrs. Paul, head down, appears to lead Senator Paul forward by the hand as the terrorist crowd chants, screams and presses in toward the couple.

As the crowd's aggression grows, the officer to Senator Paul's left is violently shoved by an off-camera protestor. The officer stumbles backward into the Senator, nearly falling, while Rand Paul, also knocked off balance, helps prevent the officer from falling.

A longer video shows the aggressive crowd gathering and chanting "say her name" in reference to Breonna Taylor, who was killed by police gunfire in her apartment. Her death occurred after police, serving a "no-knock" warrant, were fired upon by Taylor's boyfriend Kenneth Walker, according to the Louisville Courier Journal.

Ironically, and apparently unknown or of no concern to the malcontent thugs attacking the Senator and his wife, Rand Paul is an opponent of the very type of no-knock raids that resulted in the death of Breonna Taylor. In fact, on June 11, Senator Paul introduced legislation to end the use of such raids.

"After talking with Breonna Taylor's family, I've come to the conclusion that it's long past time to get rid of no-knock warrants. This bill will effectively end no-knock raids in the United States," Senator Paul said of his measure. As introduced by Paul, the title of the measure is the "Justice for Breonna Taylor Act."

On August 28, the morning after the attack in the streets of D.C., Senator Paul described the incident in more detail during an appearance on Fox & Friends.

"They're attempting to push the police over to get to me, so at one point they push a policeman backwards, he stumbles and he's trying to catch his balance and I catch the back of his flak jacket to stabilize him to make sure he's OK because he's our defense," Paul said. "If he's down, the mob's loose on us."

The Senator also noted that he and his wife, not to mention the police escorting him, faced serious injury or death at the hands of the gathered terrorist crowd.

"I truly believe this with every fiber of my being, had they gotten at us they would have gotten us to the ground, we might not have been killed, might just have been injured by being kicked in the head, or kicked in the stomach until we were senseless," he said.

"You've seen the pictures of what they do to you. If the police are not there, if you defund the police, if we become Portland, if America becomes Portland, what's going to happen is people are going to be pummeled and kicked in the head and left senseless on the curb," he he told the Fox program. "That would have happened to us, I promise you, had we not had the D.C. Police to support us. We are thankful we have police, and we've got to wake up. We can't have the whole country, we can't have Joe Biden rule the country and have no police. I mean, we can't walk down the street in D.C. safely now. That's how bad it is."

Biden, a typically shifty Democrat, claims he doesn't agree with defunding the police. But as the New York Post editorial board noted on August 9, when "asked if money should be 'redirected' away from cops, he replied, 'Yes, absolutely.'"

Senator Paul is now calling for the FBI to make arrests and investigate interstate criminal traffic that is behind the socialist terrorism hitting America's streets.

"I believe there are going to be people who are involved with the attack on us that actually were paid to come here, are not from Washington, D.C., and are sort of paid to be anarchists," Senator Paul said. "This is disturbing because really, if you're inciting a riot that's a crime, but if you're paying someone to incite a riot that person needs to go to jail as well."

Summarizing what happened to him after the RNC, he said: "They were inciting a riot and they would have killed us had the police not been there."

Senator Paul and his wife were not the only couple to be assaulted leaving the Republican National Convention. Another couple were followed by a hyper-aggressive shouting crowd while trying to enter what appeared to be their hotel. The crowd grew increasingly aggressive and celebrated when the couple were barred from entry and appeared trapped. Also confronted by the mob was Representative Brian Mast of Florida.

All of this, violent as it has been, appears to be a prelude to the beginning of what may be a militant revolutionary attempt to remove the Trump administration from office before the election.

The organization Refuse Fascism, associated with 1960s Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers and tied to both Antifa and George Soros, is presently calling for 60 days of revolutionary activity aimed at the apparently violent ouster of the Trump administration from the White House.

On its website, Refuse Fascism invited the violent crowds that confronted Senator Paul and others in D.C. to "Protest Trump's Nomination Speech," calling for "Trump/Pence Out Now!" The next day, August 28, the organization is calling for rioters to join its "'Get Your Knee Off Our Necks' March on Washington." The organization's main pressure campaign is schedule to start on September 5.

"We are at a "stop everything" moment in history. September 5 needs to be a significant outpouring inspiring 60 days of struggle," the organization says on its website.

The organization continues, ominously: "This election, if there is an election, will be a showdown over the form of rule in this country." Then the call for a coup: "Now is the time to marshal the people for a determined struggle to demand the Trump/Pence Regime get OUT NOW. All who have been demonized and criminalized by this regime and the millions who hate Trump and what he stands for must unite with an unwavering resolve to remove this regime from power at the soonest possible time."

Perilous times, indeed, and leftist militant terrorists appear ready and willing to continue to implement ever more violent tactics as part of the revolutionary agenda.


By Paul Joseph Watson -

An angry Black Lives Matter mob tried to attack Senator Rand Paul outside the Republican National Convention in DC during yet another night of mayhem.

"Just got attacked by an angry mob of over 100, one block away from the White House. Thank you to @DCPoliceDept for literally saving our lives from a crazed mob," tweeted the Senator.

The video shows Paul and his wife walking down the street after leaving the venue while BLM agitators chant "say her name!"

Their line of protection is pretty thin with just a handful of police officers on hand to block the BLM rioters.

One of them then tries to get to Paul by pushing away a police officer holding a bike, temporarily causing the Senator and the officer to lose their balance.

The Senator then says something to the officer before Paul's wife begins almost jogging in an effort to get away faster.

The scene was just one of many examples of chaos on yet another night of BLM bedlam. Congressman Brian Mast was also confronted by an angry mob.

Another man and his wife were also harassed by masked lunatics.

The same group then targeted another two people leaving the RNC.

Elderly Trump supporters were also targeted. Rioters also tried to attack a bus full of RNC Convention attendees.

They also threatened to burn down St Johns Church.

When not screaming in people's faces, the rioters kept themselves busy by starting fights with cops.

Trump supporters shouldn't be too unhappy to see such scenes unfold right up until the election.

Polls suggest that support for Black Lives Matter has plummeted since June, with voters deserting Joe Biden as a result.