Marriage is important, and finding a partner who will stand by you when there are enemies at the gates is one of the most important decisions you can make.
Few wives in the arena of politics have been as steadfast, loyal, and supportive as the wife of the lone voice of liberty in the U.S. Senate— Senator Rand Paul’s bride Kelley.
“From being first to call out the Covid liars, to relentlessly fighting to keep out soldiers out of endless wars, to literally saving the life of a fellow Senator last month… no one is as fearless a fighter as my husband! Happy Birthday to the incomparable Rand Paul,” posted Kelley to from her official X account.
From being first to call out the Covid liars, to relentlessly fighting to keep our soldiers out of endless wars, to literally saving the life of a fellow Senator last month…no one is as fearless a fighter as my husband! Happy Birthday to the incomparable @RandPaul pic.twitter.com/gcPhzgfG8m
— Kelley Paul (@KelleyAshbyPaul) January 7, 2024
Now one question you might be asking is, “What? Who did he save?”
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., used the Heimlich maneuver to save fellow Republican Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa from choking at a Senate luncheon on Thursday.
Ernst confirmed the news in a post on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, and thanked Paul. The Iowa lawmaker joked, “Can’t help but choke on the woke policies Dems are forcing down our throats.”
Ernst’s office told the Des Moines Register, part of the USA TODAY Network, that Ernst was “doing well.”
Paul, a medical doctor and an ophthalmologist, was quickly lauded by his Republican colleagues, like Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, who called Paul a hero.
Once again, he’s the best in the business for a reason, and an all around hero worth tipping your hat to. Happy birthday Senator Paul!