Feb 15, 2021
Mitch McConnell Pretends to Be Honorable After Avoiding To Convict Trump For Treason Again, Again!
1. After Helping Trump Lie & Deceive The People For Four Years, On Trump's Last Day, Mitch McConnell Pretends to Be Honorable After Avoiding To Convict Trump For Treason, Again
4. FLASHBACK: Trump Confesses Amid Senate Impeachment Trial
New Yorker: How Mitch McConnell Became Trump’s Enabler-in-Chief The Senate Majority Leader’s refusal to rein in the President is looking riskier than ever. By Jane Mayer April 12, 2020
McConnell says 'no question' Trump provoked Capitol riot after voting to acquit NBC News' Sahil Kapur reports on Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell's comments slamming former-President Trump for his involvement in the Capitol riot shortly after voting to acquit Trump on the article of impeachment for "incitement of insurrection."
After impeachment, bipartisanship is dead — and so is the immoral Republican Party | Will Bunch That GOP died — morally, if not officially — in the late afternoon gloaming of a grey and bitterly cold winter’s day, Feb. 13, 2021. After 43 Republican senators who’d been given a green light to “vote their conscience” on Donald Trump’s impeachment still managed to come up empty — thus enshrining the notion that an end-of-term president can foment a deadly insurrection to thwart a peaceful transition of power and not face any consequences — Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell strolled to the well of the Senate. He was presumably holding the bloody knife with which he’d repeatedly stabbed American democracy for a dozen years hidden behind his back. Read more.
McConnell keeps GOP in line with dark money war chest: Whitehouse Senator Sheldon Whitehouse talks with former Senator Claire McCaskill about how Mitch McConnell uses his control of vast dark money resources to keep Republican senators in line and himself in power.
Kentucky newspaper op-ed calls out McConnell for ‘violating’ two constitutional oaths - Mitch McConnell has declared he will not be an impartial juror in the impeachment of President Trump. Kentucky native Kent Greenfield, a law professor, tells Ayman Mohyeldin that McConnell is violating Article I and Article IV oaths of office in the Constitution.
Tim Miller: I'm disgusted by Mitch McConnell's behavior - Fmr. aide to Jeb Bush Tim Miller reacts to McConnell voting to acquit Trump on a technicality before taking to the Senate floor to excoriate Trump for his role in the Capitol Hill riot.
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