Mitch McConnell made one big promise that is horrible news for Trump supporters

RINO Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is once again preparing to sell out conservative voters.

McConnell continues to do Joe Biden’s bidding.

And now Mitch McConnell made one big promise that is horrible news for Trump supporters.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellin announced that the government reached its $31.4 trillion debt ceiling and warned that Congress must add trillions of dollars to the national debt by June.

The administration began planting scare stories in the media with apocalyptic warnings of an economic collapse if Republicans fail to authorize trillions of dollars in additional debt.

Conservatives in the House of Representatives won concessions from Kevin McCarthy to pair any debt ceiling increase with spending cuts.

But RINO Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell already threw in the towel and destroyed the GOP’s negotiating posture by promising to raise the debt ceiling and allow Joe Biden to dump trillions of dollars in new debt on the heads of future generations.

“In the end, I think the important thing to remember is that America must never default on its debt. It never has, and it never will. We’ll end up in some kind of negotiation with the administration over what the circumstances or conditions under which the debt ceiling will be raised,” McConnell told reporters. “No, I would not be concerned about a financial crisis.”

McConnell’s promise to raise the debt ceiling perfectly aligned with the message of White House National Economic Council Director Brian Deese, who told CNN that the administration’s position was trillions of dollars in new debt with no spending cuts.

“Yes, that’s our position,” Deese responded when asked if the administration wanted a “clean” debt ceiling increase. “And again, it’s consistent with how Congress has approached this issue historically as well. This has happened under Republican Presidents, it’s happened under Democratic Presidents. It needs to happen again.”

“Look, [there are] a lot of hypotheticals. I just want to be very clear, this is what needs to happen, we need to see the debt limit raised, we need to take the specter of that uncertainty out of view and we need to focus on how we can keep this economic recovery going. As I said, good news on that front, good news for the American people, we’re seeing prices come down, wages — real wages up, a lot of investment opportunities in America. That’s where we need to train our focus and we need to take this uncertainty off the table,” Deese added.

Congress does not even need to raise the debt ceiling.

Instead of increasing the nation’s credit limit, Congress can pass prioritization legislation that mandates the government pay interest on the debt as well as the military and social security payments.

But Mitch McConnell and Joe Biden want to continue business as usual where the government borrows trillions of dollars a year and never cuts a dime in spending.

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