(Republican Insider) – According to a new report from WND, U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, a Republican from the state of Kentucky, who is currently serving as the Senate minority leader, and is also in line to be the majority leader should the GOP manage to break the 50-50 tie and once again regain the majority later this year in the mid-term election, is the most unpopular member in the Senate according to a new poll.
According to a brand new book, it seems that McConnell spent the vast majority of his time giving President Donald Trump a lashing after the riots that took place inside the Capitol building on Jan. 6, 2021, instead of expressing his concern for the public, for law enforcement, and for the rioters themselves.
Just the News is the news organization that ended up documenting the results of the Morning Consult poll. The survey revealed that only one in three Kentucky residents, which is equal to 33 percent, actually approve of the work that is being done by McConnell in office. A total of 60 percent slammed his work.
“The report said the most popular U.S. senator is South Dakota Republican Sen. John Thune, who has a 62% approval rating with a 28% disapproval rating,” the report said. “Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., had the biggest increase in approval, surging from a 40% approval rating in the first quarter of 2021 to 57% during that time this year, a number that included 69% of Republicans.”
However, a new report coming from The Gateway Pundit has gone on to describe McConnell as repeatedly being at odds with Trump and stated he was “exhilarated” when the riot happened, considering Trump had “finally tarnished his reputation.”
These claims are all coming from a new book written by Jonathan Martin called, “This Will Not Pass.”
The book says that “McConnell wasn’t concerned about the well-being of Trump supporters. McConnell wasn’t concerned about the well-being of the Capitol police. McConnell wasn’t concerned about the well-being of President Trump or his family.”
“McConnell wasn’t questioning who was behind the riots at the Capitol – he was apparently sure or was sharing that he was sure that President Trump was behind the riots. McConnell didn’t question why [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi prevented the military from being stationed at the Capitol after President Trump requested that they be sent there days before his speech,” according to a report from The Gateway Pundit.
The GP then went on to charge McConnell “to this day isn’t concerned about the men locked up in the DC Gulag for over a year for constitutionally protesting a stolen election.”
The report, calling on the book, went on to say, “In the hours after supporters of Donald Trump laid siege to the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, House Republican Leader Mitch McConnell reportedly said he was ‘exhilarated’ that the then-president had finally tarnished his reputation.”
McConnell then went on to say to Martin, “I feel exhilarated by the fact that this fellow finally, totally discredited himself.”
Some excerpts from the book were published online by the Washington Post.
McConnell is reported to have said, “He put a gun to his head and pulled the trigger. Couldn’t have happened at a better time.”
“He also, according to the reporting on the book, wondered openly whether the vice president and the Cabinet were thinking about removing Trump from office,” the WND report stated.
“In fact, Pelosi launched her second failed impeach-and-remove attempt against Trump at the time, putting herself in the awkward position of seeking the removal of Trump from office, who already had finished his term in office and no longer was ‘in office,'” WND said.
“But The Gateway Pundit cited the reporting in the book and said McConnell also talked with Pelosi and then-Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer about a joint statement telling Trump not to attend Joe Biden’s inauguration,” the report continued.
The Gateway Pundit then said, “McConnell and the Deep State and corrupt politicians and actors in the government were in on it. McConnell was working with Pelosi and Schumer and not the president of the United States or the people of the United States that gave President Trump the largest number of legitimate votes in U.S. history.”
The latest book from writer Peter Schweitzer, “Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win,” accused McConnell, along with his wife, Elaine Chao, the former transportation secretary of enjoying “some of the deepest and most abiding ties to Beijing-linked entities of anyone in Washington, D.C.”
There has been a lengthy list of questions produced about the results of the 2020 election.
What we currently know is that a variety of issues with the election are still under investigation. An upcoming documentary about the whole thing reveals hundreds of “mules” were hired to help dump out piles of mail-in ballots in drop boxes on election night after ours.
“Also, independent analyses have concluded either of two ways likely “bought” the election for Biden. One was the $420 million Mark Zuckerberg gave to mostly leftist election officials with instructions to recruit voters from Democrat districts, and the other was the collusion by legacy and social media companies that decided to suppress accurate, and damaging, reports about the Biden family international business scandals just before the election,” the report said.
“Further, multiple state and local officials simply ignored their own state laws regarding the handling of mail-in ballots. Meanwhile, Just the News has compiled a list of 20 situations that suggest fraud or irregularities in the 2020 election,” WND said.
One of those situations that seems to suggest some level of fraud is that Iranian nationals managed to hack into state computer election systems and steal 100,000 voter registration and then use them to try and intimidate members of the GOP. A former Supreme Court justice went on to conclude there was bribery in Wisconsin’s vote count and that there were several illegal ballot harvesting violations in states like Arizona.
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