Watch: Rand Paul tells students "misinformation works" in resurfaced 2013 video

Although Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (along with the entire GQP) is known for his recent deception on everything from voter fraud to the science behind Covid-19, he is no newcomer to the practice of spreading "alternative facts."

In fact, a recently resurfaced video from 2013 shows Paul actually advising medical students to spread misinformation to gain advantage.

"I never ever cheated and I don't condone cheating," he says, "but I would sometimes spread misinformation. And this is a great tactic. Misinformation can be very important."

He tells the story of how, when he was a student, he tricked a bunch of classmates into studying the wrong topic to give him an edge on a test.

"So that's my advice," he concludes. "Misinformation works."

(See second video below.)