Rand Paul’s Wife Kelley is Losing it on Twitter and it’s Truly Pathetic and Ridiculous
Thursday is Transgender Day of Visibility, and Rand Paul’s wife Kelley marked the day by freaking out on Twitter firing off a crazed tweet about men having babies, Chinese third graders, and math, Queerty reports. Indeed, as far as tweets go, this one was definitely one for the record books.
Ms. Paul tweeted “Chinese third graders are learning multi-variable calculus. Our third graders are being taught that ‘men can have babies.’ This will not end well.”
Chinese third graders are learning multi-variable calculus. Our third graders are being taught that “men can have babies.” This will not end well.
— Kelley Paul (@KelleyAshbyPaul) March 30, 2022
I’m a disaster at math but I managed to somehow teach Algebra to a Chinese high schooler who spoke no English at all. I don’t really know about Chinese third graders but yes, these kids catch on fast. But I really don’t know what she’s on about because school districts in this country are still largely allergic to the idea of teaching sex ed. But Kelley is your typical dyed-in-the-wool right-winger, so this is on-brand for her.
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It appears that this woman has a history of being stupidly homophobic, Queerty’s Graham Gremore notes. She vented her spleen about an elementary school in Austin, Texas that held a Pride parade for students in April 2021. She’s tweeted in support of transphobic author J.K. Rowling.
I have wonderful memories of reading the Harry Potter books to my kids. Sharing them and anticipating each new book was a magical part of their childhood. Shameful that the @nytimes is trying to erase the woman who created them, the brilliant @jk_rowling
— Kelley Paul (@KelleyAshbyPaul) February 21, 2022
But she really went goofy last May when someone sent a suspicious package to the Paul household. The FBI and Capitol Police investigated and found the package was filled with a white, powdery substance that wasn’t dangerous. It’s anyone’s guess why this ridiculous woman believes popular 80s singer Richard Marx was behind this, but for this unfortunate nutter it’s obvious that logic and reason rarely come together.
I got the death threat letter and called the FBI. This kind of violent threat is fomented against Rand daily by @ReallyAmerican1 , a Dem PAC that pays thugs like @mmpadellan to celebrate the assault that nearly killed Rand. @DNC ignores. @richardmarx was inciting more violence
— Kelley Paul (@KelleyAshbyPaul) May 25, 2021
It’s extremely sad that Kelley Paul spreads transphobia as she does. Transgender Day of Visibility takes place every March 31, and according to the LGBT Foundation, its purpose is to celebrate trans and nonbinary people and to raise awareness about the discrimination trans people face worldwide.
Trans people in the U.S. are all too frequently victims of violence, and according to the Human Rights Campaign, 57 transgender or gender non-conforming people were fatally shot or killed by other means. In 2020, the number of fatalities was 44. The fact that things like this happen every year makes it even more disgusting when transphobes like Kelley Paul post their paranoia on Twitter.
So to my trans and non-binary friends, I hope this was a lovely day for you and that you didn’t have to put up with any idiots like Kelley Paul.
Twitter had a few comments for Kelley.
I grew up in china, this is not true at all.
— N (@wjnsss) March 30, 2022
Climate change is gonna kill us all whatever our ideology. Maybe we should work on that
— Yann Charbonneau (@LeBisonRavi) March 30, 2022
Your husband went all the way through med school and residency just to end up being one of the 2% of physicians who is anti-vax.
— Midwestern Hedgie 💛🤍💜🖤 (@MidwestHedgie) March 30, 2022
So, you agree that public schools should be properly funded and good education be more accessible to inner city/urban areas?
Because your husband and his peers actively legislate against that
— Zack (@zackbalzer) March 31, 2022
Actually, Chinese students learn calculus around 11th grade. But you're just making up the whole thing anyway, so I guess I'm nitpicking.
— Richard Bradley (@RPBradley1) March 30, 2022
Third graders in Kentucky are being taught that dinosaurs were created by god on the same day as Adam and Eve some 6000 years ago. This means there must have been two on the ark. Yep, we're screwed.
— floridaman (@yesicanslim) March 30, 2022