A letter from the Senate Conservatives Action political action committee (PAC) recently had a letter leaked to NBC. The gist of the letter is that Mitch McConnell must be taken down as majority leader in the Senate for being a RINO.
It lays out the charges against McConnell and lists how he suddenly announced that the Senate Republican committee would help defend Dean Heller in his reelection campaign just days after he switched his vote against a repeal of Obamacare. The letter was signed by former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who very narrowly lost the governorship to Democrat Terry McAuliffe some years ago, and was reportedly circulated by former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone.
According to Breitbart, the letter reads:
Senator Mitch McConnell’s failed leadership is killing President Trump’s conservative agenda and there is no sign this will change.
President Trump asked for funding for the border wall, but Mitch McConnell said no.
President Trump campaigned on term limits for Members of Congress, but Mitch McConnell said no.
President Trump proposed budget cuts for foreign aid, but Mitch McConnell said no.
And now President Trump has called on Senate Republicans to renew their efforts to repeal Obamacare, but yet again, Mitch McConnell has said no, “it’s time to move on.”
Even worse, Mitch McConnell is now blaming the president for setting ‘excessive expectations’ when he was the one who set these expectations with years of empty promises!!!
It’s time for Senate Republicans to elect a new leader who will fight to save our country!
Mitch McConnell is a creature of the swamp who never wanted President Trump to defeat Hillary Clinton. It’s why he told Senate Republicans they should drop Trump ‘like a hot rock.’
It’s no surprise that McConnell is calling the president stupid now and sending his political allies out to attack the president in the press.
The president is right to question Mitch McConnell’s leadership because he is responsible for electing all of the liberal Republicans who are now blocking the president’s agenda.
And there’s no sign that is going to change.
McConnell is already taking steps to re-elect liberal Republicans who oppose Trump’s agenda and to defeat conservative candidates who pose a threat to the status quo.
In fact, his super PAC recently vowed to defend Senator Dean Heller from a primary challenge after he flip-flopped on Obamacare and voted against repeal.
Mitch McConnell doesn’t want President Trump to drain the swamp. He wants to keep rewarding his cronies with liberal policies and continue business as usual.
We can’t allow this career politician to blow our best chance to make America great again. McConnell is simply unwilling to fight for President Trump’s conservative agenda and he needs to go.
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In fact, Mitch McConnell is supporting at least three RINO and liberal candidates in 2018, in hopes of consolidating his power and enacting his policies against the conservative voters who put Donald Trump in office, with specific demands on which policies they felt Republicans should press for such as Obamacare repeal and the border wall.
Besides Heller, whose popularity in Nevada is sandwiched in between peanut butter and mustard sandwiches and lung cancer and who has an approval rating lower than a pregnant cockroach, is sure to lose in 2018 if nominated.
The same is true in Arizona where Jeff Flake has an approval rating that is even more underwater than the city of Houston. In the two most recent polls, Kelli Ward leads Flake by 14 and 26 points.
The third RINO (If not an outright liberal) is the appropriately named Luther Strange. He is Mitch McConnell’s man. President Trump mistakenly (In my not so humble opinion) endorsed Strange over Mo Brooks, a huge Trump backer. Fortunately, the third candidate is conservative champion and former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore.
Cuccineli is right in his letter. McConnell stands against everything the voters who elected President Trump want from their government.
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