Mitch McConnell is the embodiment of The GOP.
Some people still cling to The Republican Party, but we here at WeLoveTrump ascribe to the idea that true American values lay outside the agenda of the party.
We constantly levy the claim that this Republican or that Republican is a RINO, but the truth is that the vast majority of the party with some notable exceptions are RINO’s.
The GOP in and of itself is a massive RINO….
Yes there are some here and there like Ron and Rand Paul who were champions of liberty as well as common sense, but these are exceptions—not the rule.
Make no mistake, this party merely exists as a racket for The Democratic Party.
Which is why it shouldn’t shock anyone that Mitch McConnell and a sizable number of Republicans voted to raise the debt ceiling.
Upon a close inspection of both parties one realizes that there is little to no difference between them. Sure some Republicans fight against CRT, Marxist beliefs and things of that nature, but these are ideological battles.
When it comes time to head to the field of ideological or policy combat these Republicans often drop the ball or worse—they actually directly vote with Democrats and far-left elements of the government.
President Trump recently issued a statement criticizing Mitch McConnell for his complicity in voting for more debt spending in The United States:
According to Newsmax:
Last week, McConnell negotiated a deal with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., to allow the Democrats to hike the debt ceiling with just a majority of votes rather than 60 in order to overcome a filibuster, thereby allowing Republicans to say that none of them voted for a debt ceiling increase.
Reuters reports on the debt ceiling increase:
“I want to be clear, this is about paying debt accumulated by both parties. So I’m pleased we were able to facilitate a process with the supportive members from both parties that avoids needless and catastrophic default,” the chamber’s top Democrat, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, said in a speech after the vote on the measure, which he had negotiated with McConnell.
“This was a bipartisan process, and I hope there can be more and I want to thank Leader McConnell for working with us in good faith to get to this point,” Schumer said.