Time has long passed when elected officials on opposite sides of aisle can come together jovially and nurture a friendship despite their ideological and political differences; there’s far too much at stake right now.
The Democrats have ratcheted up political rhetoric and catapulted the country down a path of monstrous evil leftism, hellbent on destroying what we know as America, all for the sake of global corporatist domination.
What were left with is a Good vs. Evil scenario — there are no more fun and games.
Joe Biden and Mitch McConnel had one of those D.C. friendships, but not any longer.
On Wednesday, the Senate Minority Leader delivered a pointed response to Joe Biden’s radical speech in Atlanta where he called for the end to Senate’s filibuster in order to crowbar through his anti-voting legislation.
“How profoundly — profoundly — unpresidential,” McConnell said while on Capitol Hill.
“I’ve known, liked, and personally respected Joe Biden for many years. I did not recognize the man at the podium yesterday.”
Mitch McConnell: "12 months ago this president said disagreement must not lead to disunion…but yesterday invoked the bloody disunion of the Civil War…to demonize Americans who disagreed with him…How profoundly, profoundly unpresidential." pic.twitter.com/JtNyKD8mgf
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 12, 2022
He went on to say that Biden gave a “rant” that was “incorrect” as well as “beneath his office,” and “unbecoming of a president of the United States.”
Biden’s speech was marred with insane rhetoric, major inaccuracies, and down-right evil invectives against his so-called political enemies.
At one point the cognitively deficient president said:
“At consequential moments in history, they present a choice. Do you want to be the side of Dr. King or George Wallace? Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?”
Lest we forget, Joe Biden has a long history supporting the known racist George Wallace — but that’s for a different article.
McConnell blasted the president for these remarks in particular, saying:
“You could not invent a better advertisement for the legislative filibuster than what we’ve just seen — a president abandoning rational persuasion for pure, pure, demagoguery. A president shouting that 52 senators and millions of Americans are racist unless he gets whatever he wants is proving exactly why the framers built the Senate to check his power.”
The Senate filibuster has been the only mechanism preventing Biden and his Democrat cohorts from passing what would be the nail in America’s coffin.
Mitch McConnell finally – FINALLY! – grew a semblance of a backbone. Now if only he’ll start telling the truth about Trump and the 2020 presidential election. .
Author: Elizabeth Tierney