Editor’s Note: The following was previously published on The New Circle Circular, Lexington’s #1 source of Fake News You Can’t Count On.
In a senseless act of passive aggression, Rand Paul’s Bluegrass Field Office in Lexington was glitter bombed early Tuesday morning and the words “We Want A Permanent Solution, Not A Perm” spray painted on the outside of the building, according to local officials.
No arrests by the fashion police have been made.
Sen. Rand Paul on Tuesday called the glitter bomb an “assault on our democracy and decor”. Speaking from the scene, Paul said the incident won’t get in the way of fair elections or his campaign.
“These radical Hobby Lobbyists aren’t gonna stop our plans to represent Kentuckians and defend our constitutional liberties. And while I respect the right of anyone to protest, I don’t support non-traditional protests such as glitter bombing or going to Cher concerts.”
Gov. Matt Bevin weighed in on the “attack” and said he hopes local officials can bring the glitter bombers to justice and face trial. “If I was the judge on this case, I’d throw the scrapbook at them and give a Lifetime sentence for sure.”