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Bette Midler still expressing her gratitude to neighbor who broke Sen. Rand Paul's ribs

It was way back in February of last year when Bette Midler gave a shout out to Sen. Rand Paul’s neighbor, who suffered a “minor injury” that turned out to be five broken ribs, three of them displaced fractures. Paul was assaulted in November of 2017, but he was still on Bette Midler’s mind months later:

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Midler doubled-down on that tweet, and now — in October 2019 — she’s still singing the praises of Paul’s neighbor. Note though, that she does not promote violence.

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We’ll ask again: Why is that liberals are the ones always entertaining the violent fantasies? Hey, where’s that guy who shot up the ball field?


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