The rule of law insistence, DC, Puerto Rico, part of the Dems’ ‘full-bore socialism,’ McConnell says

nearvideo-McConnell: I am the “grim reaper” of the Democratic socialist agenda

Majority leader sen. Mitch McConnell responds to ‘grim reaper’ attack of Nancy Pelosi, about The ” Ingraham angle.’

The house Democrats’ grant attempts to, the rule of law of the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico is “full-bore socialism” – the Senate majority Leader, Mitch McConnell, said he doesn’t condone it.

To be true In statements, in interviews and via social media, McConnell vowed in his role as the “grim reaper” of the Democratic socialist agenda, as long as the Republicans retain their hold of the Senate.

McConnell, R-Ky., said Monday on “Fox & Friends”, why is a Republican “hold on the Senate is really important.”

“What we see now, on the democratic side, there is a discussion of whether socialism would be a good thing for America. I never thought in my life that said we are debating the system of the free market economy in this country, ” McConnell.


McConnell explained what he meant by that and called himself the “grim reaper.” (The reference grew from McConnell’s reaction to a Nancy Pelosi poster, “McConnell cemetery”, the show, the Democrats’ proposals to die in the GOP-led Senate.)

“What I meant, none of these socialist games, the Green New Deal, Medicare For All, will pass the Senate,” he said.

When President Trump is re-elected, then his Veto-power, you add an additional wall against the socialist legislation in Congress, but in the meantime, McConnell, promised socialist “bills that fundamentally America would change in something it is never” not pass his chamber.

Last week, McConnell said on Fox News’ “The Ingraham angle”, the state would threaten the rule of law for DC, and Puerto Rico GOP control of the Senate, to help the Democrats push their socialist agenda.

“I am the “grim Reaper”, if it said to the socialist agenda, they Shine up in the house with overwhelming Democratic support and send it to America,” McConnell.

“The district of Columbia plan to make a state — that would be you drove the two new Democratic senators — Puerto Rico is a state, which would give you senators a further two new Democratic,” he continued. McConnell said, rising support among house Democrats for the Green New Deal, Medicare For All — and, possibly, an expanded Supreme Court, signals a possible turn for the worse in the U.S. Congress.

“This is full-bore socialism on the March in the house. And Yes, as long as I’m the majority leader in the Senate, none of this stuff is everywhere,” he said.

The house is situated on a hearing on DC statehood on July 24, which could lead to a floor vote, reported the Washington Post. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and House majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., both expressed support for the DC to a state.

DC mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D), a district of non-voting delegates, described the cause of DC statehood as a “civil rights issue” that “embodies our nation’s founding democratic principle: the right to choose,” their spokeswoman said of the Post.


“Our population of around 700,000, the pay taxes, fight in the war, and said all of the other obligations of citizenship, and deserves to have to earn that representation in the house of representatives and the Senate,” the speaker is.

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