Mitch McConnell has been a pain in the neck to conservatives for years.
He confirmed that fact once again.
And Mitch McConnell just delivered one message that let conservatives know he’s preparing a massive betrayal.
With Republicans retaking control of the House in the Midterm elections, divided government is back in Washington, D.C.
Conservatives were hoping for gridlock with Democrats still in control of the Senate.
Normally, a Republican majority in the House would grind President Joe Biden’s radical agenda to a halt.
But Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is already signaling that he’s willing to find common ground with the unpopular President.
During an interview after the elections, McConnell asked Biden to push legislation that Republicans could sell out on and support.
“So my message to the administration, and you saw some of it this year, let’s find some things between the 40-yard lines that we can agree on and do them,” McConnell told reporters. “And we did some of that this year: infrastructure, chips, school safety, mental health.”
McConnell stabbed conservatives in the back this year to hand Biden major victories while his Presidency was on the ropes.
After the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, McConnell and other RINOs in Congress passed the biggest gun control bill since the Assault Weapons Ban in 1994.
McConnell handed Biden a win on gun control that eluded former President Barack Obama during his eight years.
The compromise bill on infrastructure was full of pork spending and tax increases that almost certainly will make inflation worse.
“We need to make some progress for the American people, but it will have to be in the political center,” McConnel continued. “If the House becomes Republican, there is no more one Party running over us like they did through reconciliation.”
With the chance to shut down Biden’s far-Left agenda, McConnell is willing to roll over and cave to the President.
Biden’s Presidency is hanging by a thread as he contemplates seeking a second term in 2024.
By betraying conservatives to sign off on another round of bi-partisan compromises, McConnell is getting ready to throw a lifeline to a Biden as the next Presidential election comes into focus.
During the same press conference, McConnell offered his take on Republicans’ failure to recapture the Senate in the Midterm elections.
He parroted talking points that sounded like they were lifted from MSNBC.
“We underperformed among independents and moderates because their impression of many of the people in our Party is that they’re involved in chaos, negative, excessive attacks and it frightened independent and moderate Republican voters,” McConnell said.
McConnell’s betrayal of the conservative base and the refusal to use his influential Senate Leadership PAC to back Trump-endorsed candidates cost the GOP big time on Election Day.
With two more years of Joe Biden in the White House, Mitch McConnell is angling to once again sell conservatives down the river in the name of bipartisanship.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.