Same ol’ RINO: Mitch McConnell wins GOP leader again for Senate1 minute read
Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell has somehow won his re-election bout to become Senate Minority leader, despite constantly failing to represent the values of the party.
This is after Florida Senator and former Florida Governor Rick Scott made an attempt at taking over the GOP leadership in the Senate.
“Despite what the armchair quarterbacks on TV will tell you, there is no one person responsible for our party’s performance across the country,” Scott said. “If you simply want to stick with the status quo, don’t vote for me.”
Scott – who won the Senate election for Florida in 2018 – is still in the early stages of his Senate career. Which could have played a factor in his constituents confidence in Scott’s leadership. With the victory, McConnell will soon have the record for longest party leader.
According to Breitbart: McConnell received 37 “yes” votes and ten votes against, with one senator voting present.
This is in spite of Mitch McConnell having an 81% unfavorable view with voters.
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