Not only is Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) not in favor of live-streaming his doomed presidential campaign, it's not entirely clear to me if he understands how live-streaming works.
Rand son of Ron apparently answered questions based on Google searches for his campaign and one question he responded to was whether or not he is, in fact, still running for president.
Rand offered a colorful response.
"I don't know. I wouldn't be doing this dumbass live streaming if I weren't. So yes, I still am running for president, get over it." [...]
"This is not live, we can't edit this right?"
Yes. "Live-streaming" is live. No, you cannot edit it.
When asked why his campaign decided to live-stream a full day on the campaign trail, Rand said he had no idea.
"I've been saying, 'I don't want to do this,' I don't want to do this and now we're doing this," he said.
I hasten to remind you that Rand agreed to pay the Republican Party of Kentucky $500,000 so he could continue to run for president and run for reelection as a senator at the same time. Was that money well spent?
I laughed far more than one probably should at this.