From THE HILL:
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Thursday that President Trump should use lie-detector tests to find out which senior administration official authored an anonymous op-ed in The New York Times this week blasting the president.
Paul said Trump should investigate and use lie detector tests to identify the person, who also claimed in the op-ed that Cabinet officials have quietly discussed using the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.
“It’s not unprecedented for people with security clearances to be asked whether or not they’re revealing things against the law under oath and also by lie detector,” Paul said.
Paul warned that if the op-ed’s author has a security clearance, he or she could also divulge national security secrets to the media.
But when asked whether Congress should also investigate, Paul shook his head no.
A number of Trump Cabinet members on Thursday rushed to distance themselves from the op-ed, which Trump has blasted, accusing the author of “treason.”
They need to hook Little Randy to a lie detector and ask him the following questions:
- What the fuck is up with your hair?
- Are you afraid of not being reelected, so you are kissing up to Twitler in hopes for a position in the administration so you can put it on your resume when you attempt to run for president?
- You do realize, don’t you, that most of the country thinks you’re a ridiculous asswipe and won’t vote for you, don’t you?
- If you think you are so good at looking for a mole, why didn’t you become a dermatologist instead of an eye doctor?
I’m watching CNN on TV now, and so far the White House has a list of 12 suspects. They reported that Empty Barrel John Kelly is okaying this moronic idea, but he is delaying its implementation until all cabinet members buy shares in lie detector companies, since they will no doubt throw away a lot of taxpayer money on this bullshit. I don’t yet see any newspaper reports confirming that Kelly gave the okay, but it wouldn’t surprise me a bit. Anything to keep the peace in the adult daycare center.