His latest tweetstorm took aim at Attorney General William Barr for allegedly misleading the public about Special Counsel Robert Mueller's findings and pushing a "false narrative" that the Trump campaign was improperly spied on during the 2016 election.
"I haven't changed, I’m who I said I was. I’m a principled, constitutional conservative who has stayed consistent regardless of whether we have President Obama in office or President Trump," Amash said at a town hall event Tuesday.
Reacting to Robert Mueller's public statement - in which the former special counsel emphasized that his report did not say Trump did not commit a crime - Amash joined Democrats in pushing for impeachment proceedings to begin.
He explained that the powers, specifically FISA surveillance, utilized in the FBI counterintelligence probe are the kind that libertarians have long warned could be abused by the government.
"I see an abuse of power from Comey, Clapper, Brennan, from all these guys," Paul said.
"I think they took this great power we entrusted with them to spy on foreigners and they directed it against Americans for partisan reasons. So, I think this has to be investigated and I think it’s wrong for any Republican to think, 'Oh gosh, this is a legitimate investigation.' I think it’s a very partisan investigation."
Paul then said he does not see any other Republicans joining with Democrats' "partisan" impeachment push.
Fox News' Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.