Mitch McConnell Gets FIRST Bit of Trump Second-Term News

President Trump won’t have any changes in the Senate during his second term, as Mitch McConnell got news of his re-election to head the Senate.

And once the lid of corruption blows off the Democrats latest coup attempt, who knows if Pelosi will even keep the gavel.

For now, Republicans can celebrate the consistency of maintaining McConnell, a Republican stalwart under the circumstances.

Thankfully, McConnell has been unanimously reelected as the leader of the Senate GOP, thus guaranteeing a limit to Joe Biden’s attacks against America.

According to Town Hall:

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was unanimously reelected as leader of the Senate on Tuesday morning, allowing him to continue his streak as the longest-serving GOP majority leader in the upper chamber.

Leader McConnell was nominated by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), who pointed out the hysterical nicknames that Democrats give to Leader McConnell as he serves as a firewall against the far-left’s legislative agenda.

“…Mitch’s critics keep giving him nicknames intended as an insult that he keeps adopting with glee,” Sen. Cotton said. “A few weeks ago, someone called him the Apex Predator of American politics, which may be the best yet. I nominate as our leader, the Apex Predator of the United States Senate, Addison Mitchell McConnell Jr.”

In other GOP leadership, Sen. John Thune (R-SD) is expected to be reelected as whip, Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) as conference chair, Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) as GOP vice chair, and Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) as chair of the policy committee.

Chuck Schumer was also reelected as the Democrat leader.

Sadly, Democrats cling to Schumer. But he’s no saving grace. Last year, his so-called capable hands voted against funding to aid the border wall emergency President Trump declared. Instead, Schumer offers a warm welcome to illegal and undocumented immigrants who put a strain on our economy. Luckily, we pushed US House motion 46 without Schumer. Further, he voted against a spending cap for federal spending. The right wanted to limit spending to $3.5 trillion a year. But Schumer prefers to bolster inflation with his policies. Why force the county to pay down debt when we can just print more cash? And let’s not forget the role he played in Trump’s impeachment. Schumer encouraged the attempted coup of a President to carry forward. Undoubtedly, Schumer poses an enemy to the people, as his policies don’t implore logic or success. Our country can’t prosper under such conditions.

Speaking of impeachment, Schumer’s participation in that fiasco proves his inability to hold his party accountable. Thus, the GOP must secure a strong leader. And that’s exactly what we got in Mitch McConnell. We’ve seen him in action.

Make no mistake, McConnell understands how important upcoming Senate races will be to the president’s agenda. While the media focus on McConnell for a bit, still hoping that somehow things swing Biden’s way, they will soon understand this falls under the category of “wishful thinking”. Perhaps they should be on the lookout for what Trump will release on the Democrats once the dust settles. And with McConnell firmly entrenched, he will do as the president wishes…
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