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McConnell blames midterm failures on MAGA
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Posted By: Imright, 11/16/2022 10:58:19 AM

Faced with questions about his ability to lead after the midterm election debacle, a defiant Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell deflected blame from his own culpability in the Democrats retaining control of the upper chamber and instead blamed it on public dissatisfaction with MAGA candidates. The embattled McConnell spoke to reporters on Tuesday, defending his dismal performance and the refusal to adequately fund candidates who were endorsed by former and perhaps future President Donald J. Trump such as Blake Masters in Arizona, instead spending money to support RINO Lisa Murkowski in Alaska against her America first opponent, also a Republican.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: stablemoney 11/16/2022 11:03:19 AM (No. 1334850)
Certainly if you ignore the will of Republican voters, there is going to be chaos, Mitch, hopefully. I am done with McConnell and Cornyn and Co. dismissing the will of Republican voters as populists, i.e., those who want a say in how their lives are ran.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: thethirdruffian 11/16/2022 11:05:51 AM (No. 1334852)
Victim shame much, Mr. Turtle? That's like blaming a hot girl for stirring up a rapist. "She should wear a burka!", says Mr. Turtle. The only"chaos" is the incessant lies and nonsense spewed by Leftist cry-bullies.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: judy 11/16/2022 11:06:12 AM (No. 1334854)
Mitch the republicans won the House & 7 million more votes than dems ...the senate was lost due to your defunding the senate candidates & calling them names.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: PChristopher 11/16/2022 11:06:46 AM (No. 1334856)
Yeah,, YOU'RE the problem, Turtle!! Don't try to deflect! You are are a disgusting grifter just like Bidenski!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Nimby 11/16/2022 11:06:52 AM (No. 1334857)
And nothing to do with McConnell pulling out $$ support from candidates in tight races? Time for younger leaders. Put him to pasture
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Quigley 11/16/2022 11:15:59 AM (No. 1334868)
Well there could be such fear and if so it was spawned by the opposition media. Mitch’s world of country club comfort is gone: the dims have been infiltrated by an anticivilizational (no oil and gas, no police, no borders) force and quietly dividing up a “reasonable amount” of spoils is not enough for them. So mitch, what are you going to do to counteract the opposition media narrative: discredit them (fake news) or find a narrative that trumps their narrative? Isn’t it funny that he happened to marry a chinese oligarch? What a coincidence.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: slipstik 11/16/2022 11:17:07 AM (No. 1334870)
Who's this old frat kidding? Almost every candidate DJT endorsed won their race. Uniparty hokum and gaslight galore.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Heraclitus 11/16/2022 11:23:06 AM (No. 1334881)
He did nothing to disabuse those "voters" of their fears. Never did. We saw endless ads (as we're all subjected to every campaign season) filled with lies and misinformation and fearmongering, such as, General Bolduc wants to get rid of social security and medicare. And again and again, ignorant people fall for it, partly because as the pundits tell us, "People don't start paying attention to campaigns until after Labor Day." This should infuriate anyone who cares about their country and their own "self-interest, rightly understood." We have immature, ignorant, sometimes outright stupid people voting for Democrats, or staying home in a huff and not voting for Republicans they think are mean mean mean. Grow up!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Bur Oak 11/16/2022 11:26:15 AM (No. 1334884)
He's just like a Democrat. Blame someone else. Never take responsibility.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: GoodDeal 11/16/2022 11:33:46 AM (No. 1334900)
There he goes again.... blaming the blameless when he is totally to blame for the many republican losses he helped to defeat. Ditch Mitch. His shelf life has expired and he has done more to kill off conservatives in the GOP that any democrat out there.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: wilarrbie 11/16/2022 11:34:05 AM (No. 1334901)
We don't roll over as obediently as you do, Mitch. Nobody's paying us on the side.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: TJ54 11/16/2022 11:45:10 AM (No. 1334914)
LOL - China Mitch is delusional.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: happywarrior 11/16/2022 11:45:27 AM (No. 1334915)
He's gaslighting us.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: cedar 11/16/2022 11:47:12 AM (No. 1334919)
Mitch forgets he is a Republican. He's comfortable no matter which side wins, because his millions of dollars keep flowing in from the Chinese. He thinks he's a king maker; yet he learns nothing from the Democrats who put all their money and effort behind even distasteful candidates, like that mutant ogre from Pennsylvania. It's time for Mitch to hang them up. I hope the Republican senators have the cajones to elect a new leader.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: red1066 11/16/2022 11:48:22 AM (No. 1334921)
It's only chaos to the people who hate this country and don't have any common sense.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: downnout 11/16/2022 11:48:30 AM (No. 1334922)
Go sit on a post. It suits you.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: andyboy 11/16/2022 11:49:46 AM (No. 1334923)
We know you're against MAGA (making America great again), Mitch. Perhaps your deciding to defund candidates in critical races was a much greater factor. As was massive Democrat ballot fraud. You are everything that is wrong with the GOP. Does anyone actually like you besides China?
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Reply 18 - Posted by: pmcclure 11/16/2022 11:54:56 AM (No. 1334930)
If the Republicans re-impose this evil fake as their leader, they are supernaturally stupid.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: felixcat 11/16/2022 12:02:19 PM (No. 1334943)
You're a disgrace Mitch. 80 years, worth millions (thank you father-in-law Chao and campaign funds) and just retire! Hard working (at optical jobs) men and women who voted for Trump would love to be able to retire at a reasonable age (and not hang around til their 80) but cannot because of the crappy economy. Mitch is the face of all that is wrong with the GOP.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Venturer 11/16/2022 12:07:17 PM (No. 1334955)
Well-------No one expected him to accept any responsibility for it do they?
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Reply 21 - Posted by: chance_232 11/16/2022 12:13:24 PM (No. 1334963)
Another useful idiot from the McCain Romney wing of the GOP, who is long past his expiration date. McConnell has been a thorn in the side of non-establishment Republicans since Bush.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: watashiyo 11/16/2022 12:21:26 PM (No. 1334970)
If he was in Asia, they'd pull his head out of the turtle shell and feed it to the rats.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 11/16/2022 12:27:46 PM (No. 1334978)
Mitch has conveniently forgotten how his "perfect candidate" Joe O'Dea was humiliated, losing the Colorado Senate race to Michael Bennett by 14 points. Let's not forget that O'Dea made a point of distancing himself from Trump.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/16/2022 12:31:47 PM (No. 1334984)
No, Turtle. It was you who did everything you could to sabotage your own party into losing control of the Senate. My hope is that you are excused from your leadership role.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 11/16/2022 12:35:01 PM (No. 1334988)
McConnell don't care as long as he gets his share of the pie at the government feeding troth. It's an extra-large share of the pie, btw. Cordoned off from the rest of the feeding troth to keep the unwashed masses from underfoot. He eats at the part of the troth reserved for those who are 'important'. Trump got in the way of McConnell feeding at the troth. Can't have that. McConnell should have been sent out to pasture years ago. It hasn't happened. Too many people only voting Republican. Just like there are too many people only voting Democrat. That's how people like McConnell, Schumer, and Pelosi stay in government for decades. He brings the bacon home. Proof there are plenty Republicans at the feeding troth as well as Democrats.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: nwcudagal 11/16/2022 12:39:25 PM (No. 1334992)
STHU! Look in the mirror for the problem; time to retire.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Frederic F. Frew 11/16/2022 12:40:53 PM (No. 1334997)
He's exactly right. It's obvious. Just look at the numbers.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Pete Stone 11/16/2022 12:45:51 PM (No. 1335003)
McConnell and Trump both should head to the dog track and/or play pickleball with the other elderly politicians.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Zeek Wolfe 11/16/2022 12:48:35 PM (No. 1335005)
McConnell will retain his position with the aid of wealthy RINOs. The "uni-party" in the senate will continue.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: Dipi 11/16/2022 1:01:18 PM (No. 1335011)
Hopefully, Senator Rick Scott will unseat him.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: sterling431 11/16/2022 1:02:21 PM (No. 1335013)
McConnell did little to nothing to help candidates that would have otherwise won. His shelf life has expired and he needs to retire.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: Starboard_side 11/16/2022 1:13:51 PM (No. 1335019)
I think he's saying the establishment doesn't want, or like, chaos. This never ending investigation talk, is not very productive, but gave the Democrats something to push as part of their campaign, and it worked with just enough people. As far as wanting to take away SS and Medicare, any talk of not increasing those are met with "they want to cut funding". It's how the game is played, and works if the Republican doesn't come out with TV ads forcefully rejecting that notion which they never do. #25, every politician feeds at the trough. If they don't bring home the bacon, they usually aren't re-elected. It helps to have what Democrats call "assets" in your district (i.e. universities, ports, airports) to champion for more funding. It's how the game is played.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: LadyVet 11/16/2022 1:28:15 PM (No. 1335025)
Considering that the losing candidates got almost half the vote, Mitch might want to avoid insulting most of the GOP voters. If he is focused on whether the candidates are MAGA, he is NOT focused on election security. Ballot insecurity is a more likely cause of the losses and he has no plan whatsoever to correct that problem. You can't fix what you can't see.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: felixcat 11/16/2022 1:38:19 PM (No. 1335028)
Yikes! Should be PHYSICAL jobs - not optical.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: janjan 11/16/2022 1:38:49 PM (No. 1335029)
Right Mitch. While the country goes down in flames for God’s sake let’s not rock the boat or disturb the status quo. Just do nothing. It’s what you’re best at.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: EJKrausJr 11/16/2022 2:16:56 PM (No. 1335061)
The Turtle reveals his true colors - he's against Making America Great Again. IOWs, he's in alignment with Lame Duck Joe. He's no different than Lame Duck, Mad Liz, Pocahontas, etal. He's the same. The Turtle must go, or I become an independent. Republicans you can kiss your contributions good bye. I'm done with you. Exercising the open door policy. Bye, bye.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: kono 11/16/2022 2:39:00 PM (No. 1335095)
Nobody's more experienced as Senate Minority Leader than McTurtle. I suspect that's why he sabotaged GOP candidates who were leading close races -- because being Majority leader is so far outside his comfort zone, he couldn't let his party win the majority.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: HonestDon 11/16/2022 2:53:16 PM (No. 1335107)
Not only is McConman a RINO, he's a Chi-com RINO. He doesn't even belong in government, let alone in a "leadership" position.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: jasmine 11/16/2022 3:07:53 PM (No. 1335117)
It's not MAGA candidates who frighten voters. Voters fear their corrupt leaders. Why wouldn't they? Yesterday, Joe Biden, said he's "making sure" Donald Trump won't be president again. As if that's something HE and Democrats get to decide. They tried and failed in 2016, but they got caught. Remember the text where the FBI honcho promised his mistress "we'll stop it," meaning Trump's election? That was supposed to happen in 2016. How do we know that plan wasn't simply delayed until 2020? Those "irregularities" seen in 2020 Biden election, have made yet another appearance. Just like last time, we have mysteriously malfunctioning machines. This time, lights went out for 8 hours, meaning the people couldn't see the counting that went on. No wonder Americans are skeptical of election outcomes. We're certainly worse off with Biden as president, and he's "making sure" Trump doesn't return to office. Heaven help us.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: Gina 11/16/2022 3:13:00 PM (No. 1335120)
McConnell is one of the most hated men in the US right now. The only applause he'll get is from his deep state sycophants in the Senate. No one likes you Mitch.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: David Key 11/16/2022 3:45:10 PM (No. 1335146)
Right....wasn't a total lack of support by the Republican leadership, pulling money out of races, and declaring in advance how bad candidates they, the MAGA candidates, were. No No No its that they were bad candidates......Right
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Reply 42 - Posted by: smokincol 11/16/2022 3:48:38 PM (No. 1335147)
how can anyone believe anything Hong Kong Mitch says, he has not credibility, which is exactly what I wrote him a recent letter. these phony baloney repubs are as afraid or our President as are the demcommies
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Reply 43 - Posted by: thekidsmom66 11/16/2022 4:16:25 PM (No. 1335164)
He is a complete and utter ass.
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Reply 44 - Posted by: Gina 11/16/2022 4:20:31 PM (No. 1335167)
I am so disgusted with McConnell and the rest of them. None of them are any good. Name one that is any good.
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Reply 45 - Posted by: udanja99 11/16/2022 6:20:31 PM (No. 1335250)
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Reply 46 - Posted by: bighambone 11/16/2022 6:32:10 PM (No. 1335263)
McConnell needs to have a scapegoat to cover his failures and the MAGA Republicans are an easy target. If he instead blamed the Democrats he would get a lot of return fire. Not so from MAGA.
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Reply 47 - Posted by: deerejon 11/16/2022 6:39:28 PM (No. 1335275)
And to think Donald Trump Helped this POS get reelected last cycle.What a two timing Back stabber.Rot in Haddies Turtleman.
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Reply 48 - Posted by: rochow 11/16/2022 8:42:34 PM (No. 1335377)
Liar as usual. How about the monies that you disgusting old man withdrew from candidates? But lefty trash of the R party you helped out with millions of dollars. You need to go. You are a commie in Republican clothing!
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Reply 49 - Posted by: paral04 11/16/2022 8:46:24 PM (No. 1335383)
Republicans lost becasue traitor McConnell backed democrats with our money. Don't contribute to the RNC, Send to your representative if choice directly. They can't be trusted.
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Reply 50 - Posted by: DVC 11/17/2022 1:11:27 AM (No. 1335539)
McConnell cut all their financial support, and did everything he could to defeat them because he wants compliant Uniparty drones, NOT patriots who want to make the country better and clean out the massive, all pervasive corruption in DC. McConnell is the heart of the problem.
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Reply 51 - Posted by: broken01 11/17/2022 7:47:42 AM (No. 1335699)
We all know that democrats are corrupt, racist dimwits who've sold out my beloved country time and time again. That is clear as a bell. What I find more reprehensible is that loser Addison McConnell has the nerve to blame midterm failures on MAGA. As others have stated better than I. The only reason why our candidates lost is because that gutless corrupt China bought cretin pull funding from races in GA, NV and WA to name a few. Addison McConnell is a disgrace in league with his buddies Biden and Schumer. Expect him to be the do-nothing putz he's always been.
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Reply 52 - Posted by: RWPollock 11/17/2022 6:39:23 PM (No. 1336197)
No Mitch it is because you sat in your ass and did NOTHING to help the cause!
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Posted by Dreadnought 11/17/2022 12:26:14 AM Post Reply
There is nothing funnier than watching leftist Punchinellos beclown themselves over the latest “We’ve got Trump NOW!” hijinks. Remember when the FBI raided Trump’s home supposedly looking for “nuclear secrets” a few months back? Guess how that turned out? I’ll let the quislings at the Washinton Post spell it out: Federal agents and prosecutors have come to believe former president Donald Trump’s motive for allegedly taking and keeping classified documents was largely his ego and a desire to hold on to the materials as trophies or mementos, according to people familiar with the matter. In other words, Trump was keeping souvenirs
CNN Staffer Says ‘Never Seen Morale
Lower’ as Layoffs Loom
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Posted by Imright 11/17/2022 6:52:57 PM Post Reply
The impending bloodbath at far-left CNN is destroying the fake news outlet’s morale, a 20-year staffer said. This revelation occurred during a recent company meeting where CNN chief Chris Licht confirmed that layoffs are coming in early December. “There is widespread concern over the global economic outlook, and we must factor that risk into our long-term planning,” Licht reportedly said. “All this together will mean a noticeable change to this organization. That, by definition, is unsettling. These changes will not be easy because they will affect people, budgets, and projects.
Joe Biden Praises Nancy Pelosi as ‘Most
Consequential Speaker’ in History After
She Announces Exit from Leadership
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Posted by Imright 11/17/2022 4:49:39 PM Post Reply
President Joe Biden praised House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday after she announced her decision to exit Democrat leadership. “When I think of Nancy Pelosi, I think of dignity,” he wrote in a more than 500-word statement released by the White House. “History will note she is the most consequential Speaker of the House of Representatives in our history.” Pelosi announced her decision to step down from a leadership role while continuing to serve in Congress.
Chairman Xi Jinping Deploys Rarely Seen
Linguistic Weapon at G20 That Shrinks
Justin from Canada
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Posted by earlybird 11/17/2022 1:53:17 PM Post Reply
If you have not watched this video, you really should. Justin from Canada leaked the content of a private bilateral conversation with Chinese Chairman Xi Jinping to the media. Chairman Xi was not happy with the breach of diplomatic protocol. What makes this video remarkable is the purposeful decision by Chairman Xi to confront Justin from Canada in front of a western audience. Xi never speaks directly in public and is always aware of cameras. The Chinese Chairman almost always goes through spokespeople to relay his public communication, reserving his voice for controlled and disciplined conversation with national leaders. However, not this time. Chairman Xi dresses down
How a rare plant species could hinder
a needed lithium mine
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Posted by NorthernDog 11/17/2022 9:18:50 AM Post Reply
Skyrocketing demand for domestically sourced lithium to meet federal goals for zero-emission technologies has developers planning for the next great mining boon in the Silver State, but a rare wildflower may stymie one proposed project. The site of a proposed lithium mine in western Nevada's Silver Peak Range also happens to be the only known place on Earth where a rare wildflower grows in the wild. Environmentalists say the plant is on the verge of extinction, and it's being considered by the Fish and Wildlife Service for protection under the Endangered Species Act. Tiehm’s buckwheat faces multiple threats to its
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