Did Moscow Mitch just throw Cheeto under the bus?

plasticbertrand

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Not being delusional and speaking facts is now considered throwing people under the bus.

Anybody who shutters the election fraud delusion is a mortal enemy.

Sad.
 

Random Guy

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It’s another symbolic yet significant step in the direction of healing as a nation, and offers hope of both sides of the aisle working together for the good of our country, maybe even for the good of the entire world
Let’s all take this as guidance to work together to find common ground and mutual understanding and respect
It’s a step in the right direction, at the very least
 
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Sharkbiscuit

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If the GOP somehow found a way to overturn the results and Trump got a 2nd term, McTurtle's majority would be F'd in the A in 2022.

As it stands now, he needs to win one home game in Georgia, then he can probably count on the out-party's usual enthusiasm advantage in the mid-term to potentially keep the Senate...likely for another 6 years at least.

What Mitch McConnell does is what Mitch McConnell views as best for Mitch McConnell. For profit prison donations to Mitch vs Trump's signature legislative achievement, federal sentencing reforms. The election security the Republicans are now so interested in. Foiled for over a decade because Mitch was on the payroll.

I'd rather have Chuck Schumer (vomits) running the Senate and Trump in the White House than have Biden in the White House and Mitch running the Senate.
 

kidfury

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the swamp kept trump from full impeachment in the Senate (or whatever that would have been).
Can you get more swampy than mcconell and lindsay and coryn and those other old republicans?