Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., has revealed that he will not be a member of any club that, “acquiesces to a requirement to reveal your medical records.”
Paul’s statement, which was posted on Twitter, also revealed that he has quit the Washington D.C. Capitol Hill Club because of their Covid restrictions.
The Capitol Hill Club has included presidents, vice presidents, members of Congress, and governors as its members, and entrance into the club is allowed by invitation only. Sen. Paul’s willingness to quit the “distinguished” club speaks to his commitment to fighting medical tyranny in America.
Additionally, his withdrawal of club membership is a direct act of rebellion against the unconstitutional tyranny of Washington D.C., which implemented a vaccine mandate system in mid-January, requiring proof of Covid-19 vaccination to enter into any indoor public area.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic in the United States, which began in the spring of 2020, Paul has been the seeming lone wolf of common sense in Congress, pushing back against unscientifically proven edicts from the Biden administration.
Recently, the senator clashed with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor in the White House, at a Senate hearing regarding Fauci’s coronavirus response since 2020. Paul slammed the governmental approach to mandating vaccines and shutting down the economy. He said, “Central planning, whether it be of the economy or of science, is risky because of the fallibility of the planner.”
Sen. Paul has been a strong proponent of medical freedom, and he has further been relentless in challenging federally funded narratives surrounding Covid and the often-obfuscated medical approach to combating it in American society.
His advocacy for freedom of medical choice has won him the hearts of many conservatives who hold dearly to the idea of individual liberty.