McConnell vows to ‘grim reaper’ of The socialist proposals

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Majority leader sen. Mitch McConnell denounces Democrats, ” Medicare-for-all plan, the Green New Deal on ‘special report.’

Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, known for years by the hard-boiled moniker “cocaine, Mitch,” said a community leader in his hometown of Kentucky on Monday that he wants a new nickname to reflect on what he plans to do a whole bunch of far-left progressive policy proposals: the “grim reaper.”

McConnell has long in the upcoming year of 2020, framed the elections as a referendum on what he calls the “full socialism on the display” a prominent Democrat party members, including New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and presidential contender Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris.

On Monday, the longtime incumbent, was the positioning of the Senate as a bulwark of defence of capitalism, even in the case of President Trump will not win re-election in 2020.

“Pass the Green New Deal, and Medicare for All, they have fundamentally changed this country fundamentally changed it in a unproductive place with significant unemployment, and huge problems,” McConnell supporters said in Owensboro, Kentucky. “I don’t want you to think this is just a few nutcases running around on the fringes. This is a pervasive policy view on the other side.”


McConnell added, according to multiple reports: “If I’m still the majority leader in the Senate to pass after next year, none of these things are, of the Senate. You will not even be voted on. So think of me as the grim Reaper. None of the stuff passed. Nothing about it.”

Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, comes to speak to the media after a Senate policy lunch on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, 9. In April 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

McConnell brought Ocasio-Cortez-the Green New Deal-the resolution to a vote in the Senate in March, and it did not secure a single vote in favour of the Democrats, who charged that the move was a stunt. McConnell later admitted in an interview with Fox News’ “special report with Bret Baier” that was the voice in fact “for the show.”

But it would be a serious mistake, McConnell, warned Monday that the risk to underestimate written by “pervasive” rise of socialism.

“We have a legitimate debate about the virtues of socialism, and I don’t want you to think it’s just a 28-year-old Congressman from New York,” said McConnell. “This is much wider than that. I have five colleagues in the Senate, and five of his colleagues to run for President, have signed on to the Green New Deal, and Medicare For All.”

“Think of me as the grim Reaper.”

— Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell

McConnell also noted that Amy Klobuchar, a relative moderate in 2020, the Democratic contender, who has called for a public option instead of universal Medicare, would be similar to the private insurance will destroy the economy and cause big problems for the health sector.

McConnell, who is the first senator in 1985, was up for re-election in 2020, and he officially launched its campaign last week, by the emphasis of his work on tax cuts and the Federal office for judicial confirmations.


But Democrats, including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, allegedly attempted to recruit a challenger, in spite of apparently long odds.

Earlier this year, Matt Jones, Kentucky sports radio personality, who weighed a bid against McConnell, has told reporters that he wanted to see a new face in the office.

“Someone in Kentucky has said, to stand up and do that,” Jones. “And it will be a great challenge, this guy is almost impossible to beat, but it is possible.”

Last month, to win a campaign, former figher pilot Amy McGrath, against McConnell fundraising began.

“It is incredibly down-to-earth energy for Amy McGrath, against Mitch McConnell,” Ryan Aquilina, who runs the ditch Mitch project, said at the time. “We had one of our best days run ever in terms of fundraising, and this unequivocally proves how much appetite there is for Amy and defeat Mitch McConnell.”

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