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Rand Paul Attacker To Face More Prison Time After Lenient 30 Day Sentence Overturned

Rene Boucher will now have to seriously pay for his crimes.

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A Kentucky man who seriously injured Senator Rand Paul in a devastating 2017 assault is set to receive a serious prison sentence after a judge overturned a lenient 30-day prison term he had received for the attack on Monday.

Rene Boucher brutally tackled Senator Paul at his Bowling Green, Kentucky home in November 2017. The libertarian Republican Senator suffered fractured ribs and later had to have a piece of his lung removed as a result of lingering complications from the assault.

Paul’s attorneys had appealed a ruling in which Boucher got away with 30 days in prison for his violent assault, a mere slap on the wrist. Their successful appeal makes it far more likely Boucher will have to serve a real prison term.

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Judge Jane Branch of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals explained her reasoning in ordering Boucher to be resentenced. “Federal defendants with a criminal history category of I [the lowest possible level] who were convicted of assault received an average sentence of 26 months’ imprisonment and a median sentence of 21 months. We therefore VACATE Boucher’s sentence and REMAND for resentencing.”

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Boucher, who was Paul’s neighbor at the time, claims the brutal assault was motivated over a dispute over a pile of leaves. But it’s known the Kentucky doctor was a staunch leftist with an intense dislike for Senator Paul’s conservative politics.

A two year prison sentence probably won’t be an equivalent to the suffering that Boucher’s brutal and arguably politically motivated ambush caused Senator Paul. Paul was seriously injured for about a year, and continues to suffer lingering complications.

But perhaps a real prison sentence will send a message to politically-motivated fiends who take their policy disagreements to a level where they’re inclined to brutally injure their own neighbors.

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MURDEROUS: Lincoln Project Dip Steve Schmidt Demands “Q” Shaman be Shot

This is real incitement of violence.

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Lincoln Project dip Steve Schmidt called for a summary execution of the so-called “Q Shaman” during a television appearance with Bill Maher on Friday night, showing a lust for blood that was heartily applauded by Maher’s establishment NPC audience.

A guy bursts in, the QAnon shaman, dressed like a viking… And [the Capitol police officer] basically talks to him. Shoot him. Shoot him! If you burst into the United States Capitol… If he were dressed like Bin Laden, would you have shot him?

Video of the interaction Schmidt references reveals the Arizona man merely walking around the Senate chamber as a Capitol Police officer asks him to leave. Jake Chansley has since maintained that he merely walked into an open door at the Capitol, having been charged with unlawfully entering a federal building.

Schmidt’s standard for using lethal force defies any professional standard of law enforcement conduct in the United States, and might be more commonly used in Syria or Somalia. Law enforcement, be it Capitol Police or otherwise, are not trained to summarily execute trespassers who enter federal buildings unlawfully and saunter around, even if the venue in question is the US Capitol.

The protestor in question has since gone on to betray Donald Trump, even offering to testify at a Democratic impeachment sham trial on the side of the pro-impeachment leftists. There’s ample reason to believe he’s more of a lifestyle cosplayer than a hardened criminal, and his bumbling trespassing during the January 6th event reflected as such. An extrajudicial execution of the conspiracy theorist would’ve been a heinous outrage- and the second killing of an unarmed riotous protestor under highly questionable circumstances.

Schmidt’s appearance on HBO came just hours after he resigned from the Lincoln Project, with the neocon group reeling in the wake of founder John Weaver’s pedophilia and grooming scandal. It appears that actually inciting violence- against a protestor who was non-violent- is Schmidt’s tactic to try and get back into the good graces of programmed liberals.


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