NOW THIS: Mitch McConnell Says He Will Throw His Support Behind Trump-Hating RINO Lisa Murkowski in her Reelection Bid! — He REALLY Hates His Voters


By Jim Hoft

Published March 3, 2021 at 8:26am

Republican leader Mitch McConnell trashed President Trump on the Senate floor following his second acquittal by the US Senate.

McConnell brutally and needlessly trashed President Donald Trump following his acquittal.

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McConnell and the GOP elites (GOPe) worked against President Trump for years preventing him from passing his wildly popular agenda to protect America, its workers, and its citizens.

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McConnell claimed that the protesters stormed the Capitol because they had been “fed wild falsehoods by the most powerful man on earth,” and that Trump was “practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day.”

And then Mitch McConnell suggested that President Trump may still be charged in the criminal justice system!

Since his antics in January McConnell has been censored by numerous Republican groups in his homestate of Kentucky.

Mitch is out of touch with Republican voters but doesn’t really care.

On Monday McConnell said he will endorse Anti-Trump RINO Lisa Murkowski in Alaska in her 2022 reelection.

Murkowski is the worst Republican in the US Senate.  

It is no surprise that McConnell will endorse her.

CNN reported:

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell committed on Monday that Senate Republicans will support GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s reelection bid in 2022 despite former President Donald Trump advocating that the GOP “get rid of” the 17 Republicans in Congress who voted against him during his second impeachment.

Of the seven Senate Republicans who voted to convict Trump of inciting a deadly riot at the Capitol on January 6, Alaska’s Murkowski is the only one facing voters in the midterm election next year in a state Trump won by about 10 points last year.

“Absolutely,” McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, replied when asked by CNN if the National Republican Senatorial Committee would back Murkowski even after Trump extolled to the Conservative Political Action Conference his desire for political revenge against his critics.


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