After Schumer Attacks Him, Mitch McConnell Did Something No One Expected

 

We all know that Democrats like Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi have been attacking both President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell ever since Trump won the 2016 election.

Things have gotten even worse in the ring once Democrats took the house in 2018. They continue to hate the stronghold that the Republicans have in the Senate and will not stop until attacking each and every person that supports Trump.

Despite the vitriol that Democrats spew at him, Mitch McConnell is holding steady and steering this country to greatness with President Trump – all the while infuriating the Democrats beyond belief.

His most recent win over Democrats was during a brief visit to his home state where he was making a speech at the Paducah Chamber luncheon.

After the speech, McConnell was asked to comment on what he would do if there was a vacancy on the Supreme Court in 2020. His answer floored everyone in attendance.

“Uh, we’d fill it.”

This may seem like a common sense answer but it will infuriate liberals all over the country because in 2016, McConnell and his fellow Republicans refused to vote on then-President Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee, Merrick Garland.

“What can’t be undone is a lifetime appointment to a young man or woman who believes in the quaint notion that the job of the judge is to follow the law. That’s the most important thing for the country, which cannot be undone.”

Democrats will be all over mainstream media this evening condemning McConnell for behaving differently in 2020 than in 2016 but the difference is that Republicans control the Senate so they are allowed to decide on these matters, no matter how angry it makes Democrats.

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