If the Republican Party fails to regain control of the Senate it will be McConnell’s fault. In this past election cycle, Mitch McConnell did the following
- launched attack ads against the pro-Trump Kelly Tshibaka in Alaska, to boost the campaign of RINO Senator Lisa Murkowski, forcing Alaska’s Republican Party to censor McConnell.
- defunded the campaign of Trump endorsed senate candidate Blake Masters in Arizona
- defunded the campaign of Trump endorsed senate candidate Don Bolduc in New Hampshire
- provided massive amounts of money to the anti-Trump RINO Joe O’Dea, who got trounced by Michael Bennett in Colorado’s senate election.
Mitch McConnell needs to be thrown out of the Republican Party. He is an utterly useless politician who hates the Republican Party’s pro-Trump voters. McConnell apparently does not understand that without President Trump’s voters, the Republican Party will go into obsolescence. Just like the Whig Party.
.@LeaderMcConnell has got to go! Here is the breakdown of money spent in some battleground senate seats:
AZ – Masters $9m vs Kelly $73m
GA – Walker $32m vs Warnock $76m
NV – Laxalt $12m vs Cortes $47m
NH – Bolduc $2m vs Hassan $36m
Americans deserve an America First Leader!
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) November 10, 2022
Hear Kari Lake senior advisor Caroline Wren explain how everything McConnell touches turns to s**t, and if we’re not careful, he will tank the Herschel runoff in GA. pic.twitter.com/L98q81J17S
— FourMoreYears #UltraNuclearMAGA (@US_Emily1) November 11, 2022
The Case Against Mitch McConnell For Leader
By The Federalist, Nov 11, 2022
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is making a play for another term in leadership next week while control of the upper chamber remains in the balance after the Kentucky lawmaker’s chess game sabotaged chances for a GOP majority.
In September, McConnell inaugurated the fall midterms by undermining Republicans in key races when the GOP Senate chief complained of “candidate quality.”
“I think there’s probably a greater likelihood the House flips than the Senate,” McConnell said on Fox News just before Labor Day, the unofficial start of the fall campaign season. “Senate races are just different, they’re statewide, candidate quality has a lot to do with the outcome.”
McConnell’s Money Prioritized Allies, Not Majority
McConnell’s super PAC, the Senate Leadership Fund, went on to gut desperately needed campaign cash from conservative candidates in Arizona and New Hampshire who refused to kiss the ring of Washington monarchs. In Arizona, McConnell axed $18 million from the race where Republican venture capitalist Blake Masters sought to bring down a well-funded Democrat incumbent. While the Masters race remains too close to call, Gen. Don Bolduc in New Hampshire was comfortably defeated by Democrat Sen. Maggie Hassan, who captured a second term despite multiple polls showing the Republican within the margins of error. Bolduc was similarly abandoned by the GOP leader with $5.6 million cut from the contest. Both Bolduc and Masters signaled support for another candidate to lead the Senate conference if elected to the upper chamber.
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