Mitch McConnell tried to exile Donald Trump. But no one predicted what would happen next
RINO Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell hates Donald Trump.
McConnell is always looking for ways to seize back control of the GOP from the former President.
And Mitch McConnell tried to exile Donald Trump. But no one predicted what would happen next.
Mitch McConnell is trying to lose the Midterm elections on purpose.
After Donald Trump’s endorsed candidates won every single GOP Senate Primary, McConnell threw a temper tantrum about losing.
Since McConnell hates conservatives more than Democrats, he would rather see Trump’s candidates lose than win a majority on the back of the former President’s support.
That’s why McConnell trashed Trump-aligned candidates and predicted Democrats would win the Senate.
National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Rick Scott – himself an anti-gun RINO – did not take kindly to McConnell poor-mouthing GOP candidates.
Scott wrote in a Washington Examiner op-ed that McConnell – who oversaw Republicans losing the Senate majority in 2020 and 2021 – was now trying to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in 2022, even calling his actions “treasonous” to the conservative movement.
“Unfortunately, many of the very people responsible for losing the Senate last cycle are now trying to stop us from winning the majority this time by trash-talking our Republican candidates. It’s an amazing act of cowardice, and ultimately, it’s treasonous to the conservative cause. Giving anonymous quotes to help the Washington Post or the New York Times write stories trashing Republicans is the same as working with the Democratic National Committee,” Scott wrote.
Scott slammed McConnell and his allies as really attacking GOP voters for opposing the establishment moderates they support.
McConnell thinks he has a divine right to install RINO loyalists in the Senate who vote like Democrats and stab conservatives in the back.
Ultimately, though, when you complain and lament that we have “bad candidates,” what you are really saying is that you have contempt for the voters who chose them. Now we are at the heart of the matter. Much of Washington’s chattering class disrespects and secretly (or not so secretly) loathes Republican voters.
These self-appointed “smart guys” in Washington think they (not the voters) should be able to choose our candidates. The D.C. crowd should not choose candidates, and they do not, and they will not. The D.C. crowd did not choose me and actively opposed me in 2010 when I ran for governor in the Florida Republican primary. If the D.C. crowd was right, I wouldn’t be in the Senate.