You Will Know Them By Their Fruit
It is never a good idea to collaborate with the enemy - especially not now!
There are a number of actions that we have witnessed over the past year that have been extremely revealing in showing who is favorably disposed toward the ideals of American exceptionalism and who is more concerned with their political career and power and influence. During the Trump presidency a lot of favorable comments were made toward Mitch McConnell, currently the Senate Minority Leader since 2021 and previously the Senate Leader under President Trump. These favorable comments were directed at Senator McConnell as the senior United States senator from Kentucky, a seat he has held since 1985, because of the work he did to advance conservative judicial appointments through the approval process. Well that was then and now things seem to be different.
Well that Mitch McConnell has morphed into a collaborator with the power structure that currently seeks to rush through an extreme Marxist agenda within the USA through the acquiescence on a debt ceiling debate and instead caving into providing relief so that massive government spending can continue with all of the inflation and pork allocations that go along with the Build Back Worse plan put forward by the Biden regime.
McConnell coordinated with 13 Republicans and voted with Democrats to approve a debt ceiling overhaul which he and others voting in favor of the bill said will avert an economic crisis.
McConnell teamed with Schumer and Pelosi to give up "the most powerful negotiating tool that conservatives had to work with."
The Build Back Worse plan is going to get done now, and we will see a spending bill that will significantly increase investments in the country's social safety net and climate programs. This is like taking money and throwing it out the window, and Mitch McConnell could have killed it.
What McConnell has done is unthinkable. As the conservative leader in the Senate, he gave up the debt ceiling and that was the best negotiating tool that we had to kill runaway spending. McConnell, is incredibly bad, for the conservative party, and he is very bad for the country, and he did all of this without the full support of all conservatives within the Senate.
We can’t forget that McConnell, along with 13 Republican senators, voted with every Democrat to avoid a first-ever federal default. In a 64-36 vote, the Senate advanced a measure that will allow Democrats to bypass the 60-vote filibuster requirement for a one-time bill to lift the debt ceiling limit, less than a week before the government is expected to default on December 15.
This is a tough situation that would have required an important review and restructuring of the Build Back Worse plan and now that option is not available.