The comedian Jon Stewart, a staunch supporter of September 11, has Senator Rand Paul, R-Ky., Over his opposition to a bipartisan law aimed at ensuring that a compensation fund for victims of the terrorist attacks of 2001 never comes into force, on Wednesday blown up No more money.
Speaking to Bret Baier, moderator of Fox News, Stewart cited Paul's objection to the bill that the libertarian senator should compensate for by cutting spending, "outrageous" and "an abomination."  "Forgive me if I am not impressed by Rand Paul's virtue," Stewart said, noting that Paul supported the tax cut by President Donald Trump, who "increased our deficit by hundreds of billions of dollars." He accused Paul of trying to "balance the budget on the back of the first-aid community of 9/1
This moment may not be self-evident because of her illnesses and injuries, "said Stewart," and what Rand Paul did today on the Senate floor was outrageous. "
On Wednesday, Paul and Senator Mike had Lee, R-Utah, objected to a request by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, DNY to approve the laws by unanimous consent, which would have accelerated his approval.
Paul challenged the 70-year timeline of the bill and called for spending cuts The Office estimates that the compensation bill would result in additional payments of approximately $ 10.2 billion over the next decade.
A spokesman for Paul answered Stewart with the remark: "Senator Paul is not a blocki, he just tries to pay for it."  Lee's representative did not immediately respond to the request for comment from NBC News.
Legislation has 74 Senate co-sponsors and passed Parliament by a large margin last week.
"That's unacceptable," tweeted Gillibrand . "The first responders of September 11 suffer and die for their heroism, and my Republican colleagues can not bring it together to help them." I ask you: What are you doing here anyway? "
Associated Press added.