Mitch McConnell is nothing more than an opportunist.
He will do or say anything if it benefits him personally.
And Dr. Fauci is cheering on Mitch McConnell after he sent a threat to Americans you won’t believe.
Mitch McConnell’s political career is one of flip-flopping based on political expediency.
Going into 2016, he was one of the most vocal anti-Trump voices, viciously attacking him at a time it was the popular thing to do in the Republican Party.
But as soon as Donald Trump won, McConnell jumped ship from the Never-Trumper movement to the America First pro-Trump movement, refusing to even acknowledge his anti-Trump history.
He publicly praised Trump, and appeared alongside him as often as possible.
And it paid off, with it widely being believed that his most recent re-election victory is credited to Trump supporting him.
Once re-elected, McConnell decided that he didn’t need Trump anymore, and spoke out against the President when he questioned the integrity of the 2020 election.
Trump responded to McConnell’s betrayal in a fiery statement.
“Mitch is a dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack, and if Republican Senators are going to stay with him, they will not win again,” Trump said.
Clearly McConnell believes that the anti-Trump movement is the best place for him politically at this moment.
And he is so desperate to prove that he is on that side that he just threatened Americans in an attempt to get more people to take the experimental COVID-19 vaccine.
He stated that if more Americans don’t take the vaccine, he will shut down America economically, like was done in 2020.
“These shots need to get in everybody’s arms as rapidly as possible or we’re going to be back in a situation in the fall that we don’t yearn for — that we went through last year,” McConnell said.
“It never occurred to me that there would be difficulty getting Americans to get the shot,” he added.
Millions of Americans simply don’t trust the COVID-19 vaccine.
There is evidence showing that for many Americans, particularly healthy young people, the vaccine has more risks than the virus itself.
Instead of addressing this, the mainstream media, and authority figures like Dr. Anthony Fauci, are trying to shut down anybody making these points, labeling them as “conspiracy theorists” spreading “misinformation.”