President Trump and Supporter Look to Dethrone RINO Mitch McConnell
I don’t understand how Mitch McConnell has made it in the Senate this long. Well, I take that back. I do. He’s a career Republican and an establishment RINO and that’s exactly what they want in Washington in order to keep the balance of power from getting too strong.
It’s all just a big game that they’re playing in that they want us to think that there is a good side and a bad side, and to some degree that’s true, but if you take a few steps back and look at the big picture you begin to notice that the left-wing and the right-wing of Congress are just two wings on the same bird, and that bird is a vulture that is just waiting for us to die.
President Trump may be out of the White House for now, but he is not out of the political arena. He still does rallies and he is very active in campaigning for other good Republicans and he is still working to drain the swamp from the outside, by helping real Republicans get on the inside.
2022 is going to be a blood bath for Democrats in my opinion, but it’s not only them that needs to be worried. People like Mitch McConnell should be just as worried because President Trump and his supporters are preparing to get rid of Mitch McConnell.
Tucker Carlson, one of the most influential conservatives in the country, castigated McConnell during his Fox News show last week — and promised to make the minority leader a consistent object of scorn in future segments.
“In Washington, he’s known as the nastiest old woman in town,” Carlson said on his show last week during a segment about Bob Dole’s funeral.
“This is hardly the first time McConnell has done something vicious like this, but we thought going forward we would start telling you about it, because why wouldn’t we?”
A national Republican consultant working on House and Senate races told Axios: “I don’t think there is anyone, with the possible exception of Trump, who can do more damage to your credibility with GOP voters than Tucker.”
As I said, McConnell is just a RINO, that’s all he is. He talks a good game when there is nothing at stake, but when it’s time for the rubber to meet the road, he’s just another RINO.