Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is one of the most hated figures in all of Republican politics by his own base. He’s finally on his way out. It’s pretty obvious that some sort of cognitive decline is happening when he’s delivering a press conference and then just freezes up for 30 seconds at a time.
McConnell isn’t ready to say it publicly yet, but it’s only a matter of time now before the announcement comes that he’ll be stepping down to spend more time with family. This obviously presents a huge opportunity for GOP voters, since Senator Loading Screen will need to be replaced.
The question is whether Republicans in the US Senate can manage to muck it up like they always do, by replacing McConnell with one of his ideological clones.
Imagine how much Joe Biden’s agenda could have been curtailed for the past two years if we had an actual America First opposition leader in the Senate. Instead, we’ve got Cocaine Mitch running to the rescue for Biden and urging House Republicans to not impeach him. For BRIBERY of all things!
This shouldn’t be that difficult for Republicans in Congress to figure out. If the Communist Democrats tell you that they are scared of something, you should do that thing. If you find something that the Communist Democrats hate, you should feed them a double helping of it. They do it to us all the time, while the “leaders” on our side tend to curl up in a fetal position and give up. They can’t even conserve girls’ bathrooms.
Right now, the Communist Democrats are scared of losing Mitch McConnell. MSN just republished an article from the Intelligencer titled, “If Mitch McConnell Goes, the Senate Could Get Very Scary.”
The Senate could get scary? Yes, because the leftists fear that Mitch McConnell will be replaced with an actual America First fighter. They absolutely love Mitch McConnell. Whenever a key piece of socialist legislation comes up that the Republican base hates, Mitch McConnell is there to save the day for the Democrats. He’ll come up with some secretive, behind-closed-doors deal in a smoke-filled room and then give a speech about how great his compromise with the Democrats were on a bill that never should have passed in the first place. Happens every time.
Whenever Democrats are in the Senate majority, or a Democrat is in the White House, Mitch McConnell is their inside man. They adore him.
This symbiotic uni-party relationship has been going on for a long time. It was back in 2009 that Mitch McConnell snuck over to the White House, along with John Boehner, to hold secret talks with Barack Obama. They carved out an exemption for Members of Congress and their staffers, so they were still allowed to have private health insurance instead of Obamacare. The socialist health care takeover was forced on everyone else, but they refused to be subjected to their own terrible law.
Mitch McConnell has also been a vehement—and sometimes violent—enemy to the conservative insurgency that’s been going on in America since 2008. The Tea Party movement rose to prominence that year in opposition to George W. Bush’s bank bailouts and continued to shake things up as Obamacare was rammed through the Senate. Mitch McConnell said he wanted to punch the Tea Partiers in the face. To the best of our knowledge, McConnell has never said anything so strongly in opposition to the Democrats who he’s been having a slobbering love affair with since the 1980s.
The Tea Partiers regrouped in 2015 with the MAGA insurgency and managed to capture the White House from the globalists for the first time since 1988. Mitch McConnell has had nothing kind to say about Republican voters ever since the 2016 election.
Who should McConnell be replaced with when the inevitable happens? There aren’t very many good choices available, to be honest. My list has three names on it: Josh Hawley, Marsha Blackburn, and Rand Paul—in that order.
That would be the best-case scenario. If one of McConnell’s squishy lieutenants ends up replacing him—a John Cornyn or a John Thune or a Lindsay Graham or a Tim Scott—we could be in for several more decades of having a US Senate that is completely worthless to the American people.