As examples of his plagiarizing from Wikipedia and other sources pile up, Rand Paul's Senate office now appears to have started scrubbing his Senate website to make it harder to get the text of his speeches.
The screengrab below shows what it used to look like if you went to his website to watch his "State of the Union" response, containing the block of text plagiarized from an Associated Press article. You could follow along with the transcript of the speech typed out below. You can see the page says, "Below is a video and transcript of his speech."
That full transcript was still up as of October 14, according to Google's cache of the page. Now it’s gone. "Below is a video of his speech," the page reads. So, yes, you could transcribe the video yourself if you want to search for whether the words he used came from someone else, but Rand Paul’s office won't make it so easy for you anymore.