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McConnell Shows Anti-Trump Bias Before Senate Trial

McConnell Shows Anti-Trump Bias Before Senate Trial

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McConnell Sparks GOP-Split Talk, Claims “Mob Was Fed Lies…Provoked By Trump”

McConnell Sparks GOP-Split Talk, Claims “Mob Was Fed Lies…Provoked By Trump”

As impeachment moves to the Senate, and on Trump’s penultimate day as president, (still) Majority Leader Mitch McConnell may have just showed his truest colors yet as he addressed the floor claiming that “The mob was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people.” Sen.

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Jester Moment
Jester Moment
January 21, 2021

McConnell is a Democrat plant in the Republican Party. He needs to go.

FranBrown
FranBrown
Reply to  Jester Moment
January 21, 2021

Sadly, there are no real “party” politics any more, politicians are too scared of the media these days. When a small indiscretion or a word out of place can be manipulated by a journalists fingers on a keyboard, is it any wonder? All politics now is a steady tramp through a narrow path in order not to offend the media; newspapers, television, radio and internet news is aimed at making or breaking a career, so thoughts and ideas have to run in parallel with whatever is the given wisdom of the day. I don’t know if politicians are deliberately chosen… Read more »

Petrus
Petrus
Reply to  FranBrown
January 21, 2021

We haven’t had any real politics for some time, and not because of the media per se, but because of who owns the media. Even the earliest newspapers, the one-sheet broadsides, were informational tools of propaganda by the ruling class. This class, made up of the old bloodline families and Venetian or City of London banking elites, have been the ones operating as kingmakers, and establishing key players who serve them in various areas of power and influence. So, to speak of merely “political” dimensions at this late stage is a bit thin.

Tony123
Tony123
Reply to  Jester Moment
January 21, 2021

Sadly he will be gone only when the oligarchs in control say so. Remember they control the voting machines. The people no longer have a say.

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Sue Rarick
January 21, 2021

Good news is Mc Connell is 79. In 2 years Kentucky will probably elect the first Black Governor who Is a Trumper.
Mc Connell isn’t in the best of health so it’s very possible the new Republican Gov will appoint a Senator more like Paul.

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