Traitor Mitch McConnell supported the impeachment of President Trump for fake charges leveled by the Democrats. The President was accused of all manner of things, including inciting an insurrection on January 6 when he asked peaceful protesters to remain peaceful and go home. One might assume that he would spearhead a drive to impeach Joe Biden over his disastrous Afghanistan debacle, but McConnell vows that Biden is ‘not going to be removed’ from office despite numerous reasons to impeach him.
Afghanistan is a mess. Biden, despite warnings, hastily withdrew troops from the Middle-Eastern country and allowed the Taliban to rapidly take control. Thanks to Biden, terrorists now control the country, including 11 former U.S. military bases. The terrorist group now has an air force and is well-armed with billions and billions of dollars worth of U.S. taxpayer-purchased vehicles, weapons, and ammunition. Biden ignored warnings of a suicide bombing and allowed the deaths of a baker’s dozen of our servicemen and women. And he left the country, stranding hundreds of Americans behind enemy lines. But hey, at least he didn’t try to keep understandably angry protesters calm, right?
Even though numerous Democrats have lined up to condemn Biden’s actions and inaction and the atrocities he enabled and supported, Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell says that it’s totally cool if we just skip impeachment proceedings.
“Well, look, the president is not going to be removed from office,” McConnell said at an event in Kentucky. “There’s a Democratic House, a narrowly Democratic Senate. That’s not going to happen.”
Asked if Biden’s actions in Afghanistan were worthy of an impeachment, McConnell simply replied, “There isn’t going to be an impeachment.” Instead, he wants to gamble on the 2022 elections and hope Americans make the right decision — something they failed to do in 2020.
“The report card you get is every two years,” McConnell says. “I think the way these behaviors get adjusted in this country is at the ballot box.”
“I do think we’re likely to see a typical kind of midterm reaction to a new administration,” he says. “Typically there is some buyer’s remorse.”
“Most of you are not political junkies, you’ve got better things to do than that,” McConnell continued. “But you’ll be interested in one statistic: only twice in American history – only twice – has the president gained seats in Congress two years into the first term.”
“I think the American people have to decide what kind of government they want,” McConnell says. “I have a feeling the American people didn’t think they voted for this government.”
It’s strange that McConnell supported the impeachment of Trump for basically nothing but is so adamantly against impeaching Biden for, at minimum, gross negligence. McConnell is at best a traitor — and the people of Kentucky need to get rid of him in the midterm elections he has so much faith in.