I can not stand Mitch McConnell and I know many of you will join me in that sentiment.
McConnell is nothing but a spineless weasel that is only in office to pad his own pockets and does not care about the American people one bit. He is just another deep state swamp creature that will say he is all about freedom while he is up for re-election and then spits in the face of it after people vote him back in office again.
However, it is not just him.
Seriously, the majority of Republicans in both chambers are spineless, lying cowards.
They stand on their high horse about fighting for free speech, medical freedom, and individual liberty.
But in reality, they’re mostly a bunch of shills.
Though without a shadow of a doubt, Mitch McConnell is the worst of the worst, and here’s why.
Yesterday, McConnell begged Americans to get vaccinated with the experimental jab or else we all end up back where we were last year.
That sounds like to me lockdowns and I know that the majority of Americans will not stand for that madness to happen again.
Especially, in the red states of our nation.
These shots need to get into arms as rapidly as possible, or else we're gonna be back in a situation this fall like what we went through last year. pic.twitter.com/J4o6yL5cn4
— Leader McConnell (@LeaderMcConnell) July 20, 2021
From The Wall Street Journal:
Vice President Kamala Harris met with members of the Texas state legislature last week. Two individuals at that meeting were among those who tested positive for Covid-19, her office said. Symone Sanders, Ms. Harris’s spokeswoman, said over the weekend that the vice president had been determined to not be at risk for exposure because she wasn’t in close contact with the individuals.
One member of Congress, Rep. Vern Buchanan (R., Fla.) is quarantining at home after announcing Monday he had tested positive despite being vaccinated. Mr. Buchanan is experiencing mild flulike symptoms, according to his office.
Dr. Brian Monahan, who leads the Office of the Attending Physician and takes care of members of Congress and the Supreme Court, on Tuesday afternoon declined to put in place more protective protocols at the Capitol. But he said vaccinated people “may consider additional protective actions such as wearing a well-fitted, medical-grade filtration mask when they are in a crowded or interior location.”
He warned future developments could require the resumption of mask wearing.
Republicans also expressed growing concern about the new cases. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) opened his press conference Tuesday by imploring Americans to get vaccinated.
“These shots need to get in everybody’s arm as rapidly as possible, or we’re going to be back in a situation in the fall that we don’t yearn for, that we went through last year,” said Mr. McConnell, who noted his own background as a polio survivor.
GOP Whip Steve Scalise (R., La.) said he got his first vaccine shot over the weekend.
“Especially with the Delta variant becoming a lot more aggressive and seeing another spike, it was a good time to do it,” he told Nola.com.
All this vaccine pushing makes me think that these Republicans and Democrats have stock in these companies which is why they are pushing for them so hard, right?
It would explain a lot and prove they’re equally as pro-experimental jab as Democrats.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell implored Americans to get vaccinated. “These shots need to get in everybody’s arm as rapidly as possible, he said. GOP Whip Steve Scalise said he got his first vaccine shot over the weekend. https://t.co/nuh8QltJxe
— WSJ Politics (@WSJPolitics) July 21, 2021
.@LeaderMcConnell pleads with Americans to get the Covid vaccine. "I want to underscore in the strongest possible manner I can… These shots need to get in everybody's arm as rapidly as possible or we're going to be back in a situation in the fall that…we went thru last year." pic.twitter.com/3xUEGwiYg0
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) July 20, 2021
“It's discouraging that so many people remain unvaccinated," McConnell tells @FoxReports. "I had a personal experience with that…and it is pretty clear from all the evidence that if you get the disease, you're much more likely to survive if you get vaccinated."
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) July 13, 2021
Mitch McConnell, a polio survivor, said it "never occurred" to him that after "three highly-effective vaccines were developed in under a year that we'd have difficulty getting Americans to take the shots."https://t.co/3z5hNZtJiT
— The Week (@TheWeek) July 20, 2021
Reporter asks Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell: “Would you speak out against people who are speaking out against the vaccine?”
He says to “get vaccinated” and “ignore all of these other voices that are giving demonstrably bad advice.” pic.twitter.com/40Iy4u7LSF
— The Recount (@therecount) July 20, 2021
Well, McConnell can push it day long if he wants, but I am not getting it and I hope that you all don’t too.
There is something fishy about a bunch of government officials pushing for a vaccine that is still in its testing phase and I don’t like it one bit.