As is the yearly tradition, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) celebrated the Seinfeld–based Festivus holiday by spelling out his problems with wasteful government spending and petty covid tyrants.
Following a year of Covid restrictions, lockdowns and mask mandates, Paul had plenty to complain about via Twitter Thursday, where he took issue with Democrats who salivated over Covid lockdown measures.
“Festivus of course is highlighted by the airing of grievances. I’ve definitely got a lot of problems with you people,” Paul began adding, “And by you people, I mostly mean the petty tyrants who run your local, state and federal governments. 2021 was a banner year for being a petty tyrant, with them all literally tripping over each other for the dumbest covid lockdown or mandate idea.”
Paul also bashed arch-nemesis Anthony Fauci for being wrong “a lot,” and put his research program torturing puppies on blast.
Sen. Paul also released his annual Festivus Report criticizing government pork barrel spending and a multitude of federally-funded research programs.
After a short break, Paul returned with a naughty list of politicians, including Joe Biden, whose recent holiday message included threatening unvaccinated people with “severe illness and death.”
“That’s an interesting tactic, but thankfully I don’t think the President remembers he said it,” Paul jested.
The senator from Kentucky went on to criticize Big Tech’s accelerating Orwellian censorship in the age of Covid.