How can one lead if they display cowardice? Leadership is a skill that many have. And the people who lead others the best are strong and authoritative personalities. They possess bravery and creativity. All these traits aid them extensively in their leadership.
Kevin McCarthy does not possess these characteristics. Far from being a leader, McCarthy is a slave to group-think. It is never a good idea to have a leader who cannot think for themselves.
McCarthy is now publicly losing his mind over the January Sixth commission. The commission has asked for phone records from certain GOP members. And Kev doesn’t like that. So, in the spirit of true leaders everywhere, Kev is doing what leaders absolutely should never do — he is making threats.
The spineless Californian is now saying that if communication companies release this data to the committee, the GOP “will not forget.”
What on earth does that mean? Perhaps it means Kev will retaliate. Perhaps he will try to close said companies down — something he will never be able to do. McCarthy is now openly obstructing the investigation and tampering with witnesses. All of this shows his cowardice and his fear of — of what?
Perhaps he is afraid of the committee seeing family calls. Do you think that is it? Of course not. The fact is little Kevin is most likely terrified that it will be found some of his caucus may know more than they are saying. And rather than be concerned about this, Kevin is now openly aiding and abetting them.
McCarthy is no leader. One should never try to put a square peg in a round hole. What McCarthy is, is a coward. And all his attempts at obstruction will get him nowhere. But I must admit it is fun watching him squirm.