Kelley Paul, spouse of Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., slammed the dearth of accountability confronted by mobs and violent thugs who’ve threatened her household. 

In a pair of tweets Tuesday, Paul recounted the instances she and her husband have been focused – but authorities took no motion in opposition to the culprits. 

She referenced the time a “Republican-hating woman” known as Sen. Paul’s D.C. Senate workplace, threatening to shoot his total workers. She mentioned she had simply discovered that that particular person won’t be charged. 

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No one confronted costs for the time she and her husband have been attacked by a mob because the pair made their approach again to a resort following Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention acceptance speech on the White House final yr.

Neither did anybody face costs for pretend anthrax and dying threats being despatched to their residence, she mentioned. 

“I’m exhausted and angry,” Paul wrote.

She famous that individuals who “express indignation at a school board meeting” about Critical Race Theory or masks mandates would be the goal of the Biden administration. 

That remark referred to Attorney General Merrick Garland’s directive to the FBI Monday night time to carry conferences with federal, state, and native legislation enforcement leaders to debate methods to fight what the DOJ known as a “disturbing trend” of “harassment and threats against school officials.”

Sen. Paul mentioned that the dearth of costs being filed in opposition to the one that threatened to shoot his total household is one other instance of how violence is excused for the Left. 

“When Kelley learned today that a person who threatened to shoot us would not be prosecuted, she felt that it was another example of how violence is excused for the left and a mom who raises her voice at a school board meeting is to be treated as a domestic terrorist by the Biden administration,” Paul mentioned in a press release supplied to Fox News. 

Fox News’ Kelly Laco contributed to this report