Former WH Advisor Scorched Ole Mitch McConnell In The Best Way, Facts
Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky has become another political pawn for Democrats and no one is even trying to hide or deny it. White House advisor to former President Donald Trump, Stephen Miller finally snapped Monday and called McConnell out on his 'political cowardice and stupidity'.
“This is one of the greatest acts on the part of Mitch McConnell of both political cowardice and political stupidity merged together. This was a rare moment in which the moral course and the expedient course aligned perfectly,” Miller, the founder of America First Legal, told Fox News host Tucker Carlson. “What do I mean by that? Morality, conscience, humanity demand the Republicans force the issue of border security on the CR. Put forth an amendment saying not $1 of the CR, this funding bill, can be used to resettle any more illegal aliens in the U.S. That is what morality demands.”
Debate on a continuing resolution started Tuesday in the Senate after Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia agreed to remove a permitting reform bill from the legislation. A continuing resolution is used to fund the government when the regular funding bills are not passed by the end of the fiscal year.
“But what about political expediency, common sense, good strategy? We are days out from a midterm. They could have used this as a clarifying moment,” Miller said. “It may be the only clarifying moment in two years to say, who are the good guys? And who are the evildoers in the Senate? Who is fighting for you and your family and who is fighting for the cartels and open borders and the drug dealers poisoning our children?”
Miller pegged McConnell for sure and you can't convince me that he didn't have it coming. McConnell has consistently voted against his constituency and party for years. The fact that he still manages to hold his seat should tell you something is seriously wrong with our system. Both sides of the isle can't stand him and voters detest him. This leads many to assume he's only in office because Nancy Pelosi wills it so. What do you think?