Rand Paul Published His Annual ‘Festivus’ Waste Report

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Senator Rand Paul released his annual ‘Festivus’ Waste Report that shines a light on how lawmakers are outrageously spending taxpayer money and running up debt that is now approaching $22 billion.  Highlights include: providing over $76 million in stipends to soldiers in the Somali National Army, devoting over $650,000 to develop a drama series to air in Afghanistan, spending more than $2.4 million to study daydreaming, and setting aside $18 million to support tourism in Egypt.

Ahh yes, it’s that time year of again. Where families gather ’round the smartphone or laptop to scroll through Rand Paul’s twitter feed during his annual Airing Of The Grievances. A Festivus tradition, Senator Paul has taken to the twittersphere every year to air his grievances with numerous government agencies, his colleagues on Capitol Hill, the President, and other political figures and causes.

For 2018, Paul started off with pointing out how WRONG liberals were when they swore Trump would drive us into WWIII.
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