By: Red Pill | 07-29-2017 | News
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GOP Calls On Mitch McConnell To Resign To #DrainTheSwamp

It's time for Senate Majority Mitch McConnell to resign, according to many within the GOP.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">&quot;If I were Mitch McConnell, I would resign,&quot; Rep Mo Brooks (R-AL) tells me about last night&#39;s Obamacare repeal and replace flop in Senate</p>&mdash; Peter Doocy (@pdoocy) <a href="">July 28, 2017</a></blockquote>

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Once the major repeal effort failed McConnell instead of assuming responsibility, which he is in fact responsible for since he's the Majority Leader, made nothing but the same tired rhetorical politician speech.

“From skyrocketing costs to plummeting choices and collapsing markets, our constituents have suffered through a lot under Obamacare. We thought they deserved better,” The Kentucky senator said from the Senate floor. “The American people are hurting and they need relief.”

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">.<a href="">@RepMoBrooks</a>: &quot;If I were Mitch McConnell, I would resign and let somebody else see if they can provide the kind of leadership necessary.&quot; <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) <a href="">July 29, 2017</a></blockquote>

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McConnell’s failures are having many in his own party telling him to resign. The GOP has young and fresh voters in its corner, and well, they simply despise the establishment. The next generation of candidates recognizes this, and they're speaking out.

“You have to take ownership of the directions you're supposed to be leading,” says Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs, “he's just not able to pull the Senate together. He hasn't been a leader, and we're failing because of that.”

Several others have voiced similar rhetoric towards Mitch McConnell, who's seen as a “yes man” and not a “go-getter”. Multiple amendments from Senators like Ron Paul just simply have failed, because McConnell is unable to unite the party amongst his own rhino crowds.

Let's face it, McConnell is from a dying era of American politics. He represents the same crowd that the Boehner era brought forth, caving to Democratic pressure instead of stand firm and directing the party.

Alabama Representative Mo Brooks called out McConnell for failing to garner enough support for the "skinny-repeal" bill and said the Senate should consider new leadership that has a more "bold" approach to passing the bill, and actually accomplish something.

“We need new leadership in the Senate if they can’t get the job done,” Brooks said. "McConnell has a job to do and if he can’t do it, then as the apprentice would say, you’re fired. Get somebody who can.”

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">This is the most shockingly embarrasing defeat for a Majority Leader in modern history. <br><br>Mitch McConnell: resign.</p>&mdash; Matt McDermott (@mattmfm) <a href="">July 28, 2017</a></blockquote>

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Trump supporters right now are absolutely furious, disgusted with traitor John McCain who betrayed America over his vendetta against the President of the United States, directly contradicting his past claims that Obamacare needed repealed.

It's not just McCain though, while he remains an integral part of the problem, McConnell is in charge, well, by title only, because he's not responsibly leading the party to make any decisions to push forward the President of the United States’ agenda.

You've now heard that there are dozens of fresh, enthusiastic, upstart Republicans willing to take on the dinosaurs in the 2018 elections, in many crucial districts.

Republican Congressional Candidate for Pennsylvania’s 7th District <a href="">Joseph Billie</a>, an American Veteran and 30 year first responder, is challenging Pat Meehan, in an attempt to help drain the swamp.

Republican Congressional Candidate <a href="">Paul Nehlen</a> is challenging Paul Ryan for the crucial Wisconsin seat, in attempt to flush the sewer even further. These are the candidates, along with dozens of others, that Trump supporters have to get behind in order to light a fire under the GOP and transform both the House and Senate.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Mitch McConnell should resign as Majority Leader by Monday, at the latest.</p>&mdash; Josh Hammer (@josh_hammer) <a href="">July 28, 2017</a></blockquote>

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<strong>McConnell has to go, there's really no other way to state this.</strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">After the devastating failure of the Obamacare repeal and replace, I think everyone outside of the swamp in DC agrees, it's time to drain it.</span></strong>


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Anonymous No. 5830 2017-07-29 : 22:24

Still blindly following Trump I see. Mister I have all the answers throwing his tantrums, giving no solutions, calling others traitors and cowards. Face it, Joey Jackoff, the joke Putin President of America has 'NO' answers, just cute little phrases and snide comments, well here's a shout from the bleachers fat boy, "Instead of name calling, whining, blaming others and tantrums. Get off your fat ass and come up with some 'real' solutions, that are affordable and will 'actually' work". More POTUS, less HIPPOTUS

Anonymous No. 5842 2017-07-30 : 02:08

Mitch the bitch

Anonymous No. 5845 2017-07-30 : 02:25

Trump the chump

Anonymous No. 5849 2017-07-30 : 04:21

I enjoy watching the GOP eating itself to death.

*Darth Sidious voice* Gooooooood! Keep pointing the finger at each other. All this infighting only makes the GOP weaker… which is sad considering they have every branch in government.

The GOP can't govern. Sad. The GOP is bloated and GONE!

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