Friday, April 17, 2020

Dumping Moscow Mitch like reforming complete political system

Fix Our Senate Group running killer ads against Moscow Mitch McConnell for protecting Republican Senators "profiting from stock sales while America fights coronavirus.”

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Moscow Mitch hung out to dry
Moscow Mitch and his wife Elaine Chou are mired in their own share of corruption in Kentucky and McConnell knows if he pulls the plug on them, they will do likewise. But this sort of thing does naturally fit his personality. The other culprits include...
"Sens. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.), who are among a handful of senators accused of potentially violating a law banning Congress members from making financial trades based on nonpublic information."
Moscow Mitch has made it his goal to stop anything that is presented by Democrats in the Senate, and you might remember his statement when Barack Obama was elected indicating he would see that he was only a one-term president. He failed. And the ad also takes a swipe at how he miserably fails his constituency and other Americans...
"The narrator of the ad also hits McConnell for putting 'handouts for big corporations ahead of real assistance for regular Americans.'”
Politico reminds us of the political corruption between Moscow Mitch and wife Elaine Chao in Kentucky underhanded Transportation deal...

Donald Trump reigns today as the self-made king he has created simply because Moscow Mitch remains completely silent and even encourages him at times. Again the ad...
“His corruption continues while doctors and nurses can’t get the supplies they need and millions are unemployed,” the narrator says. “Enough is enough. Tell Mitch McConnell: end the culture of corruption in the Senate.”
But McConnell is 78 years old, an age where he can't afford to get coronavirus, so you would think this slimeball would be more supportive of fighting the virus. Dianne Feinstein, also accused of selling her stock made this statement...
A spokesperson for Feinstein told The New York Times at the time that the senator had nothing to do with the decision to sell her stocks. Feinstein’s assets are in a blind trust and the senator has no involvement in her husband’s financial decisions, the spokesperson said.
Amy McGrath, running against McConnell in Kentucky will surely be the winner now. GO AMY! But we have no doubt not seen the last of this. 

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