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Mitch McConnell freezes up for the second time in five weeks

by x82hPEs

The Republican Party is on the verge of chaos.

Everything in Washington could change.

And a top Republican may resign after this medical emergency.

Key voices in the GOP establishment want RINO Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to step aside.

For the last two years RINO Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell effectively served as the 51st Democrat senator and Joe Biden’s closest ally.

But it’s not over the fact that McConnell was the most effective senator in turning Joe Biden’s radical agenda into reality.

McConnell rallied the votes to pass Joe Biden’s massive gun grab which contained funding for red flag confiscation laws that allow weaponized Democrat prosecutors to target Trump supporters for seizing their firearms.

McConnell also helped Biden pass a $1.2 trillion Green New Deal spending bill and a $1.7 trillion omnibus bill that fully funded Joe Biden’s socialist agenda as well as banning new money for border security.

And finally, McConnell acted like the number-one cheerleader for Congress to hand Joe Biden a blank check for his war in Ukraine.

Instead, McConnell’s fellow swamp RINOs want McConnell out over his cognitive and physical decline.

For the second time in five weeks McConnell froze for an extended period of time and was unable to speak while talking to reporters.

National Review – which operates as the house organ for Beltway Republicans and strongly opposes Donald Trump – wrote an editorial calling on McConnell to step down as Senate minority leader.

“McConnell has now frozen up during two recent press availabilities. His staff has said he was just suffering from bouts of lightheadedness, and a public note from his doctor suggested the same. To the layman, the incidents looked more concerning than that. Regardless, this obviously is not normal and affects his ability to function as the leading representative of his caucus,” the National Review editorial read.

RINO New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu – who supports abortion on demand and also is a leading Never Trumper – said it was time to have a conversation about the 81-year-old McConnell staying on as minority leader.

“Senator McConnell has done a phenomenal job. I think as you said rightly so it’s all concern. Everyone wants the best for him. This is a guy who works incredibly hard, but when you have multiple episodes like this, his age is involved and there’s something else there. As the doctor just mentioned two episodes in five weeks, So I think he and his staff are going to have to have a hard discussion about it,” Sununu stated.

McConnell’s cognitive issues also make it more difficult for Republicans to campaign against Joe Biden’s senility if they are also asking voters to hand them power in the Senate when their leader is clearly impaired.

McConnell has been the number-one opponent of conservatives in Congress.

On most of the major issues McConnell sides with Democrats or opposes conservative priorities.

Now McConnell is facing calls for resignation from his allies.