Former President Donald Trump shared his thoughts on where the GOP went wrong during the midterm election; he says “it’s Mitch McConnell’s fault” that the red wave never materialized.
“It’s Mitch McConnell’s fault. Spending money to defeat great Republican candidates instead of backing Blake Masters and others was a big mistake. Giving 4 Trillion Dollars to the Radical Left for the Green New Deal, not Infrastructure, was an even bigger mistake. He blew the Midterms, and everyone despises him and his otherwise lovely wife, Coco Chow!” Trump said on TRUTH Social.
Kevin McCollough over at Townhall agrees with the former president; he blasted McConnell for “just writing checks.”
I’m referring to the election of the next Senate leader for the GOP now that “Cocaine” Mitch McConnell has lost the Senate for the second cycle in a row. Elections bring about accountability. It’s time to make a change and that change should be an advocate for America First.
With the media peddling the idea of the red “trickle” most haven’t looked at the amazing accomplishments of this election.
Specifically, President Trump endorsed (America First) candidates went 219-16 among the races where President Trump worked, endorsed, rallied, and sacrificed. McConnell threw a record amount of money raised, in mostly only four Senate races, and discovered that just writing a check doesn’t do the same thing.
We now know that, regardless of how the Senate runoff election in Georgia shakes out, Democrats will hold the Senate now that Arizona and Nevada have now been called for the donkeys.
“Thank you, Nevada!” Cortez Masto said in a tweet Saturday evening after its two most populous counties, Clark and Washoe, finished counting mail-in ballots.
Thank you, Nevada! pic.twitter.com/NORNR52wp8
— Catherine Cortez Masto (@CortezMasto) November 13, 2022
“I feel good for the country. Because so many people worried — I did — about this democracy,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said at a news conference late Saturday. “America showed that we believe in our democracy. That the roots of our democracy are deep and strong. And that it will prevail as long as we fight for it.”
Trump has frequently called for McConnell to be replaced, often floating Florida Senator Rick Scott as his replacement.