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One Republican Blew the Whistle on How Mitch McConnell Stabbed Every Trump Supporter In the Back

One Republican Blew the Whistle on How Mitch McConnell Stabbed Every Trump Supporter In the Back

Josh Hawley
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Conservatives are fed up with RINO Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

McConnell is taking a tine of heat for the midterm election debacle.

And now one Republican blew the whistle on how Mitch McConnell stabbed every Trump supporter in the back.

As American Patriot Daily reports:

After the election McConnell and other establishment RINOs sought to blame Donald Trump and his conservative supporters for the midterm debacle.

Senator Hawley rejected McConnell’s blame-shifting and gaslighting.

In a series of posts on social media Hawley explained how it was McConnell who botched the election.

Hawley explained that it was McConnell and his fellow RINOs that handed Democrats wins on gun control, socialist health care, and corporate welfare that allowed Democrats to campaign on passing bipartisan bills and which raised Joe Biden’s approval numbers.

“Washington Republicanism lost big Tuesday night,” Hawley posted. “When your ‘agenda’ is cave to Big Pharma on insulin, cave…on gun control & Green New Deal (‘infrastructure’), and tease changes to Social Security and Medicare, you lose.”

McConnell was the one who said Republicans would not campaign on any policy platform and instead would just tell voters that they were not the Democrats.

That turned out to be a losing strategy as Democrats may grow their Senate majority depending on the outcome of the December 6 runoff.

Hawley continued by outlining the broad strokes of an alternative conservative agenda centered on confronting Communist China, putting 100,000 new cops on the streets to combat rising crime, and unleashing domestic American energy production.

“What are Republicans actually going to do for working people? How about, to start: tougher tariffs on China, reshore American jobs, open up American energy full throttle, 100k new cops on the street,” Hawley added. “Unrig the system.”

In an interview with Real Clear Politics Senator Hawley expanded on his opposition to McConnell.

“Republicans just said, ‘Well, the other side sucks, and Biden sucks.’ Well, no doubt! But it’s pretty hard to convince folks, particularly independent-minded ones who don’t tend to trust the process much, to vote for you, if you don’t have something affirmative to say and offer,” Hawley said in a Friday interview.

“I lay that at the feet of the Washington establishment that set the tone for these races,” he added. “They failed to offer that kind of vision.”

At a pre-election campaign stop Senator Hawley announced he would not support McConnell as Republican leader in the Senate.

“I don’t imagine I will, no,” Hawley told reporters. “I’m not sure if any other senator will run or not. Nobody’s indicated they would. But my view is that we need new leadership in that position.”

Hawley hinted that he planned to chart a post-McConnell course for the GOP in a cryptic tweet.

For the first time since McConnell ascended to the position of Senate leader the Kentucky RINO is facing a challenge to his leadership.

In addition to Hawley opposing McConnell, newly elected conservative Missouri Senator Eric Schmitt also told the press he would vote against McConnell for leader.

Senators Rick Scott, Ron Johnson, and Mike Lee circulated a letter demanding McConnell postpone leadership elections until after the Georgia runoff elections.

Senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Cynthia Lummis all agreed.

But it appears that Missouri Senator Josh Hawley is the tip of the spear in the growing movement to ditch Mitch McConnell.

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