American Patriots are likely aware of the fact that McConnell has been decidedly unimpressive in his rather strange flip flopping over the past few months, which brings to mind a puppet being jerked in various directions. Someone like Biden, in other words.
After all, McConnell supported Impeachment 2.0, enraging the GOP, then did not support having a fast-tracked impeachment, enraging the Democrats. Then, McConnell hinted he might vote to impeach Trump, enraging the right, then ultimately voted to acquit him, enraging the left (and inspiring Pelosi’s now-infamous press conference crashing).
However, McConnell apparently couldn’t handle the idea of enraging the left last, so he decided to enrage the right most of all by making rather melodramatic commentary after Trump’s acquittal, in a clearly lame attempt to distance himself from the rest of the genuine Trump allies and ingratiate himself with the Democrats, for reasons that likely only McConnell knows.
After all, consider his rather bold statements on Trump below.
“President Trump is still liable for everything he did while in office … He didn’t get away with anything yet. We have a criminal justice system in this country. We have civil litigation.” [Source: Fox News]
Hm. Interesting perspective, McConnell. Seems the only thing Trump should be liable for is endorsing you after your rather treacherous actions against him, but, then again, Trump likely believed McConnell had a semblance of loyalty within.
Furthermore, suggesting that a criminal pursuit of Trump should now occur, since he wasn’t impeached as a private citizen? Really?
If McConnell wants to go down that road, why exactly is Ms. Clinton’s name not gracing his lips? From Benghazi to a number of other strange events, it seems that Clinton would be a more worthwhile subject for a criminal probe.
And, just like a good old swamp creature, McConnell continued to do what the swamp does best: Talk. Talk, as opposed to act, in other words.
“There is no question former President Trump bears moral responsibility. His supporters stormed the Capitol because of the unhinged falsehoods he shouted into the world’s largest megaphone. His behavior during and after the chaos was also unconscionable, from attacking Vice President Mike Pence during the riot to praising the criminals after it ended.” [Source: Fox News]
Unfortunately for McConnell, he chose the wrong man to attack, as Trump finally responded back to McConnell’s verbal assault. And, unlike McConnell, Trump had actual facts to back up his thorough roasting of the wavering, indecisive senator.
“In ‘Mitch’s Senate,’ over the last two election cycles, I single-handedly saved at least 12 Senate seats, more than eight in the 2020 cycle alone—and then came the Georgia disaster, where we should have won both U.S. Senate seats, but McConnell matched the Democrat offer of $2,000 stimulus checks with $600.” [Source: Fox News]
In other words, McConnell was politicking while others were starving, and McConnell also has Trump to thank for saving 12 Senate seats.
In addition, it seems even Trump holds himself liable for endorsing McConnell, which he explicitly stated within his remarks.
“My only regret is that McConnell “begged” for my strong support and endorsement before the great people of Kentucky in the 2020 election, and I gave it to him. He went from one point down to 20 points up, and won. How quickly he forgets …
Without my endorsement, McConnell would have lost, and lost badly. Now, his numbers are lower than ever before, he is destroying the Republican side of the Senate, and in so doing, seriously hurting our Country.” [Source: Fox News]
Unfortunately, not everyone is like Trump, which is exactly why Trump was elected in the first place. McConnell is the embodiment of the swamp, whereas Trump is the embodiment of love for America.
Which is exactly why he closed on the note, “seriously hurting our Country.”
As devasting as the current situation appears to be now, the reality is that McConnell and the rest of the RINOs will likely face a political reckoning, sooner rather than later.
As for Trump? No government or tech company in the world can shatter the love that Americans hold for one of their most beloved presidents.