Tuesday, April 23, 2024

To Trans-Democrat McConnell, Voters Seem An Inconvenience

There are a lot of do-nothing politicians in American government today, but RINO/Transgender Democrat Mitch McConnell, is the poster child for lethargy.

McConnell is so pathetic that not only is he never proactive, but even reacting seems to be beyond him at this point.

McConnell, who apparently has no mirrors in his house that would allow him to take a good look at himself, blamed Trump for the midterm results.

At a weekly press briefing, listless Mitch mumbled this:

“Our ability to control the primary outcome was quite limited in 2022 because of the support of the former president. Hopefully in the next cycle, we’ll have quality candidates everywhere.”

This is the same ball of energy and excitement that had his to say over the summer:

“I think there’s probably a greater likelihood the House flips than the Senate.

“Senate races are just different, they’re statewide, candidate quality has a lot to do with the outcome.”

The truth is, McConnell has been exposed again as the immovable object that is blocking the Republican’s path to victory.

What McConnell is saying is that he decided he was going to thwart some Trump backed candidates campaigns . Therefore, clutching the GOP purse strings tightly to his chest, he failed to give these deserving candidates the financial backing they deserved. It had absolutely nothing to do with their qualifications, but it had everything to do with the fact that they were backed by Trump.

McConnell is such an arrogant, petulant child that by his inactivity, he allowed some Republican candidates to spin in the wind without financial backing, while Democrats pounded their points home. McConnell took those elections out of the voters hands, because failed to grant the Republican candidates proper exposure to explain their campaigns.

RINO McConnell knew what he was going to do. That’s why back in August he predicted that the GOP would not win the Senate. To spite Trump, his actions cost Republican’s the victory that was within their grasp.

When Trump heard McConnell’s comments, he was incensed.

“Why do Republicans Senators allow a broken-down hack politician, Mitch McConnell, to openly disparage hard-working Republican candidates for the United States Senate? This is such an affront to honor and to leadership.”

Trump the took aim at McConnell’s wife, Elaine Chao, a former Transportation Secretary.

“He should spend more time and money helping them get elected, and less time helping his crazy wife and family get rich on China!”

Blake Masters, a Republican that lost his Senate race in Arizona, agrees with Trump:

“Had he (McConnell) chosen to spend money in Arizona, this race would be over. We’d be celebrating a Senate majority right now.”

Some interesting statistics highlight the level of incompetence of GOP leadership.

By mid-October, just weeks before the midterms, Democrat candidates and committees had raised more than $393 million dollars more than Republicans.

Republicans also spent over twice as much on fundraising efforts, which did not translate to effective campaigning.

For each $1 dollar Republicans spent on fundraising $5 dollars were raised.

For each $1 dollar Democrats spent on fundraising $14 dollars were raised.

Top GOP leadership has a “deer in the headlights” stagnation issue.

Democrats have become the party of hideously bad ideas, but Republicans taking their cue from apathetic McConnell, are now the party of No ideas.

McConnell has to go, period.

His spite for Trump and his lack of energy to represent his party in a proper manner is being exploited by the Democrats.