According to everyone who was there, Rand Paul dominated at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Monday even though the only people there were conservative folks who already agree with everything he had to say.
Throughout his speech, attendees kept us updated with constant Twitter posts mostly surrounding his feelings on the NSA, Pink Floyd and that ’90s band who everyone knows the song they sing but no one can remember their name.
All hail the king, or whatever.
Rand Paul Is the King of CPAC One year after his filibuster, the Paul love at CPAC is stronger than ever http://t.co/aisY532pbF
— Dean Meek (@TeaPartyNevada) March 7, 2014
Wait, we thought he was the king??
If he’s a rock star then this makes sense now, but only a little.
Yup. Pretty much.
the people who came to stack the CPAC crowd for Rand Paul sure like Rand Paul
— Jim Newell (@jim_newell) March 7, 2014
When a room is filled with only supporters the applause is usually massive.
— Alyssa Farah (@Alyssafarah) March 7, 2014
Learn something new every day.
Some people just couldn’t take it.
— Alexis In VT (@AlexisinVT) March 8, 2014
We still can’t believe this really happened.
Partially standing room for Rand Paul, who entered to Chumbawumba. #CPAC
— Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivianuzzi) March 7, 2014
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