Mitch McConnell and the RINOs are actively sabotaging their own party’s candidates for the sole purpose of destroying Donald Trump and his America First movement.
The globalist influence over America’s elected officials cannot go understated as it becomes increasingly clear that most lawmakers don’t prioritize our country’s best interests. Instead, establishment Republicans work hand-in-hand with Democrats to appease foreign governments and fund overseas wars.
Their only impediment, the only force preventing a full globalist takeover of the United States, is Donald Trump and his America First allies.
Notice how geopolitics and international affairs shifted drastically almost immediately as Biden assumed office. World leaders resumed their plans to establish a one world order after a four-year pause during Trump’s tenure as President.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has been a leading force in Washington D.C. trying to prevent Trump’s resurgence. He’s toed the line and ridden the fence by not fully getting behind Trump’s agenda despite the Former President’s record of success both domestically and abroad.
McConnell’s latest move severely undermined his own party’s candidates out of pure spite for Donald Trump and his MAGA phenomenon.
Late last week, McConnell expressed doubt that Republicans were capable of winning back a majority in the Senate. He claimed “candidate quality” as a key determinant in GOP midterm success, implying that Trump-backed candidates are less than ideal.
McConnell: "I think there's probably a greater likelihood the House flips than the Senate. Senate races are just different, they're statewide, candidate quality has a lot to do with the outcome."
This is also a tacit admission that the GOP can't win without gerrymandering. pic.twitter.com/zWvS4jzeQz
— MeidasTouch (@MeidasTouch) August 18, 2022
In his signature style, Former President Donald Trump reacted to McConnell’s claims in a statement posted to his Truth Social account.
Trump asked Republican Senators why “a broken down hack politician” like Mitch McConnell is permitted to “openly disparage” his own party’s candidates. The Former President urged the Senate Leader to “spend more time (and money!)” on electing America First candidates rather than “helping his crazy wife and family get rich on China!”
Post on Truth Social by President Trump. pic.twitter.com/BM4pDLHYPc
— D. Scott @eclipsethis2003 (@eclipsethis2003) August 21, 2022
Trump’s statement widens the gap between RINOs and America First candidates by highlighting certain fundamental issues plaguing the Republican Party today. Most notably, many Americans find it shameful that Republicans will not unite around Trump and his America First agenda despite their popularity.
Republican Party leaders are beginning to strategize about where to spend their money before midterm elections.
Both Trump and McConnell are in control of hundreds of millions of dollars in political advertising, thus they get to complain out loud about whatever they want to, even each other. But considering Trump’s success and popularity thus far – plus his winning endorsement record – it might be beneficial to join forces and unite in the battle to restore American greatness.
Author: Nolan Sheridan