I don’t know what type of cocaine Mitch McConnell has been doing lately but the effects are awesome.
McConnell: "I want to make it clear to these people chasing my members around the hall here, or harassing them at the airports, or going to their homes. We'll not be intimidated by these people." pic.twitter.com/3UHMu03zUQ
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) October 3, 2018
It seems that he’s been sharing it with Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham.
Sen. @LindseyGrahamSC: "I don't like what the president said last night. I'm the first person to say, 'I want to hear from Dr. Ford.' I thought she was handled respectfully. I thought Kavanaugh was treated like crap."
[boos from audience]
Graham: "Yeah, well, boo yourself." pic.twitter.com/C5i4c9NdbM
— CSPAN (@cspan) October 3, 2018
I think this is paying off for them as a new NPR poll shows invigoration for the Republicans to come out and vote in the midterms.
Yesterday, Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana took a hit from Mitch’s stash and dropped a bomb on the Senate floor.
Sen. John Kennedy R-La., introduced legislation Tuesday to prohibit federal contracts with banks that end business with other lawful businesses over social policy.
The topic became a hot button issue last spring when Bank of America and Citigroup announced that they would end banking relationships with gun manufacturers or retailers that sold certain semi-automatic weapons similar to ones used in mass shootings of civilians.
“It’s very simple, it just says that we can’t issue contracts to banks that decide they want to make social policy,” Kennedy told the Washington Examiner.
God damn right! This is beautiful. Lets get this passed.
Next up: kicking Google, Facebook, and Twitter right in their politicking balls.
The lesson is clear, there is no appeasing the Left. Trying it just gets you destroyed on TV or cornered in an elevator.
You might as well go down swinging because they will never compromise.
Clearly, Mitch McConnell needs to start throwing cocaine parties at the GOP headquarters like is Wall Street in the 1980’s.