Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) added insult to Democrats’ injuries Tuesday after the left lost the Senate in a powerful wave of GOP voters.
Paul took a shot at top Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, pointing out that voters were indirectly sending a message to the pair, one that they might want to remember come 2016.
“I think we’re going to pick up enough [seats] to take over the Senate, and I think it is a repudiation basically of the president’s policies, but also Hillary Clinton,” Paul said on Fox News Tuesday night, according to The Hill. “Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton have been all over the place. They’re trying to make out as if they’re somehow better for Democrats, but in Kentucky they were soundly rejected.”
President Obama is seeing much of the blame from his fellow Democrats who are citing his plummeting approval rate as a blow to the left’s campaign. Perhaps this is why Hillary has distanced herself from the current administration.
“They campaigned in Kentucky very heavily, and in Arkansas, and in Iowa, so I think the facts are the facts,” Paul continued. “Did the Clintons help their ticket? So far, I don’t think they have.”
Paul seems to be mudslinging early, but he may be right. With liberal voters majorly turning on Democrats, Hillary’s campaign could be in real trouble.
“It turns out Hillary Clinton doesn’t have too many coattails in Kentucky,” Paul concluded.
-Courtesy of Mad World News