Mitch McConnell is boxed in on this one

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If it were a boxing match, who would you root for? I am speaking of the ongoing dislike between former President assolini and Senator Moscow Mitch McConnell.

The two men despise each other. That has been pretty obvious for some time now. And sadly, there isn’t anyone to root for in their ongoing effort to destroy each other. There isn’t anyone to root for because they BOTH suck.

But Moscow Mitch has just about had it with iq4.5, and he let the American people know it loud and clear. Per CNN, it started with CNN reporter Manu Raju who asked an innocent question of Moscow Mitch. Is Mitch comfortable with the GOP’s seeming devotion toward the orange pimple. Warning: McConnell tangent incoming!

“I do think we need to be thinking about the future and not the past.” Ouch! “It’s my hope the ’22 election will be a referendum on the performance of the current administration, not about what may have happened in 2020.”

Way to tell him, Mitch. Except he’s wrong (as usual.) For the GOP, 2022 will be about one thing. Who loves assolini the most? Which Republican can yes assolini the most? What Republican can soothe his never-ending ego with extravagant compliments that are vacuous and mean literally nothing?

THAT is how the GOP is choosing to run. Mitch can whine all he wants, but he has lost complete control of his caucus. Everyone knows it. So, Mitch is in a bit of a pickle. His party has become a purposeless cult, with no policies and nothing on its mind except playing at devoted fealty to a monster.

“Thinking about the future and not the past?” Good luck with that one, Mitch. The fact is McConnell doesn’t need to be making absurd statements such as this. He needs a good cult deprogrammer for his caucus. He needs an excellent one.


Until he finds that, the GOP will stay a simpering cult, free from ideas or policy at the mercy of a sociopath who would spit on them if he thought it would do any good.

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