2016 GOP Presidential candidate Rand Paul will take to Twitter during tonight’s debate where the Kentucky Senator
According to a press release, “The senator will take his message straight to the people by holding a national, interactive town hall at 9:00pm ET live from Twitter’s New York City office.
Paul issued a statement blasting his exclusion from tonight’s main stage debate saying he “won’t be silenced.”
“I have been excluded from the debate tonight, but I won’t be silenced,” Paul said. “For years I been saying the Republican Party needs to be bigger, better, bolder, that we need a more diverse party, that we need people with tattoos and without, with earrings and without, that we need to be a party that welcomes everyone: the rich and poor, white, black, brown — everyone. But above all else we need to allow diversity of opinion. The GOP needs to allow dissent and allow a variety of voices to be heard.
Tonight, I will use Twitter to ensure that the voice of liberty is heard. Don’t be led by the nose to a future that includes only the banal and soporific — choose liberty unfiltered and direct from the source.”