One day prior to ANTIFA’s ‘day of rage’ designed to stoke fury against President Donald Trump and his Republican cohorts, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) was accosted at his home by a left-wing terrorist desperate to make the pain real for his political opponents.
Rene Boucher, a 59-year-old Bowling Green resident and registered Democrat, allegedly ambushed Paul at his own home on Friday night. According to the warrant issued for Boucher’s arrest, the brutal assault left Paul with cuts to the nose and mouth area, as well as with potential rib injuries resulting in him having trouble breathing. Boucher is now behind bars and facing a $5,000 bond for his suspected crimes.
“Senator Paul was blindsided and the victim of an assault,” said Kelsey Cooper, Paul’s Kentucky communications director, in an email. “The assailant was arrested and it is now a matter for the police.”
Unsurprisingly, Boucher’s social media activity indicates that he is a far-left socialist who supported Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) for President last year. Boucher’s Facebook page is littered with posts in favor of Sanders, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), left-wing anarchist Noam Chomsky, and former FBI director James Comey, with non-stop coverage of the mainstream media’s reporting on Trump’s supposed Russian scandal. The FBI has declared that the attack was politically motivated.
“78 degrees today in Bowling Green and no terrorist attacks,” Boucher wrote on Facebook in March. Little did he realize that he would personally disrupt his own forecast in the near future!
Months earlier, another socialist Bernie Sanders fanatic sprayed gunfire at Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) during a Congressional baseball practice that Paul was attending. Although he was lucky to escape on that occasion, this marks the second time that Paul was the victim of left-wing terrorism in the past year alone.
Boucher works as an anesthesiologist and pain specialist in Bowling Green, and designed a device known as the Therm-a-Vest to relieve back pain which he attempted to sell through television infomercials in the early 2000s. He is facing fourth-degree assault charges, and could face up to 12 months in jail.
Sanders, the subversive political leader behind much of the violence, infamously called on his radical devotees to “take down Trump” in July, and released a “guide to revolution” in August. Based on the widespread attacks across the country against both Republican politicians and Trump supporters in recent months, it has become evident that they are heeding his call.