Mitch McConnell is a thorn in the side for conservatives.
He’s setting the stage for another major betrayal.
Now Joe Biden let the cat out of the bag about Mitch McConnell with these four words.
Joe Biden’s Presidency was hanging by a thread before Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) handed him a political lifeline.
The beleaguered President was floundering after he unleashed one crisis after another on the country.
McConnell, along with RINOs in Congress, handed Biden major victories on gun control and a wasteful infrastructure bill that breathed new life into his Presidency.
Former President Donald Trump fought tooth and nail for an infrastructure bill during his administration but was blocked at every turn by Congressional Democrats.
Instead of stopping the radical Biden agenda dead in its tracks, McConnell shepherded through a $1.2 trillion so-called infrastructure bill that raised taxes, funneled money to Green New Deal policies, and spent less than 10% of its money on traditional infrastructure projects like roads and bridges.
The bill allocated over a billion dollars for a pet project that’s near and dear to McConnell’s heart in Kentucky.
$1.64 billion in funding for repairs and an upgrade to the Brent Spence Bridge that runs across the Ohio River from northern Kentucky to Cincinnati.
McConnell fought for years to get federal money to help with the bridge.
Joe Biden showed up in Kentucky for a joint appearance with Mitch McConnell to tout the so-called infrastructure bill and the money for the Brent Spence Bridge.
Instead of standing up to Biden, McConnell is linking arms with him to celebrate getting money for a pet project.
McConnell’s Senate leadership counterpart, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), never would have been caught dead at a joint appearance with Trump or a Republican President.
Biden heaped praise on McConnell during the event, calling the Kentucky Senator a “man of his word” for helping pass the bill.
“I’m especially happy to be with my friend and colleague of many years, and I might add, the longest-serving leader at the United States Senate, Senator Mitch McConnell. Mitch, it’s great to be with you,” Biden said.
McConnell became the longest serving Senate Leader for his Party in American history after first taking the top spot in 2007.
“I asked permission if I could say something nice about him… I said, ‘I can be for him or against him whichever will help him the most,’” Biden continued. “Mitch… it wasn’t easy to get this done, and it wouldn’t have gotten done… without your hand, and I want to thank you for that.”
Biden previewed the next two years of his regime by saying Congress needed to “find common ground” to get bipartisan legislation passed.
He thanked McConnell for his willingness to find common ground to get things done for the country.
With the GOP in control of the House, Joe Biden will be looking to Mitch McConnell to sell out conservatives and pass more terrible bipartisan legislation that benefits the Swamp.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.