Sen. Rand Paul told to 'get F**KED' by Kentucky resident Alexis Toon during town hall who then posted it on TikTok

REPUBLICAN Senator Rand Paul was told to "get f**ked" during a virtual town hall event by a furious Kentucky voter.

"Hi, senator, I am a proud Kentucky citizen, and I just wanted to tell you to get f***ed," Alexis Toon told the senator during the event.

After an awkward pause, the staffer moderating the event said: "Alright, we'll go ahead to our next question."

Toon posted a video of the bizarre encounter on her TikTok on Friday.

She said "for some unknown reason they called and asked if I’d like to join the town hall Q&A so I took the opportunity and ran with it".

Paul is being challenged by former Kentucky state legislator Charles Booker in the 2022 election.

Several social media users hailed Toon as a "hero" for her comment.

One said: "Haha Sen. Rand Paul was doing a virtual town hall and someone called in to tell him to "Get F**ked!" My hero!"

Another wrote: "How can I send a thank you card to the wonderful woman from KY who called into POS Rand Paul's live town hall meeting just to tell him to GET FKED? She's my hero today."

A third said: "This Kentuckian telling Rand Paul to "get f**ked" in a virtual town hall meeting is the best thing you will see on Twitter today."


It comes after Paul said he wouldn't be getting a Covid jab as he had the virus over 12 months ago and reckons he still has "natural immunity" – contrary to the CDC's lifesaving advice.

The Republican said he was refusing the jab until he saw more "evidence that people who have already had the infection are dying in large numbers or being hospitalized or getting very sick".

But Dr. Anthony Fauci gave Paul a stern dressing-down on Tuesday morning and told him: "Senator Paul, you do not know what you are talking about, quite frankly, and I want to say that officially.

"You do not know what you are talking about, OK?"

The heated response came during a Select Subcommittee on Coronavirus Crisis hearing after Paul focused his questioning on China's Wuhan Institute of Virology and the origins of the pandemic.

In May, Fauci told Paul he was "entirely and completely incorrect" on the origins of the virus.

Earlier this year, Paul was sent a powder-filled letter and a photograph showing a rifle pointing at his head.

He tweeted: "I take these threats immensely seriously. I have been targeted multiple times now, it is reprehensible that Twitter allows C-list celebrities to advocate for violence against me and my family."

Paul, who said he has been targeted multiple times, was also assaulted by his neighbor Rene Boucher in 2017.

The attack left the lawmaker with five broken ribs and Boucher eventually pleaded guilty to assaulting him.

In April last year, the Senator and his wife Kelley were surrounded by a group of people while heading back to their hotel room after the Republican National Convention.

    Source: Read Full Article