Conservatives are becoming increasingly upset with the Republican Party’s RINO leadership in Congress.
This anger came to a head recently in an unbelievable scene.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has become one of the most despised political figures in America.
And it’s not just the Democrats and leftists who despise him.
Conservatives are more furious with McConnell than ever before.
That’s because McConnell has become Joe Biden’s most loyal ally in the Senate.
For the first two years of the Biden Presidency, McConnell has acted like the Democrat Party’s 51st vote.
In 2021 and 2022, McConnell helped Democrats raise the debt ceiling, fund Joe Biden’s open borders agenda, impose the Green New Deal, ram the biggest assault on the Second Amendment in 30 years through Congress, and pass hundreds of billions of dollars in corporate welfare bailouts.
And McConnell has also worked to stop good, solid conservative legislation from even getting voted on, and is now opposing the pro-life efforts of Alabama Senator Tommy Tuberville.
But what especially appalled conservatives was Mitch McConnell’s declaration that the number one priority for the GOP was securing the border, not here at home, but in Ukraine.
McConnell vowed to move heaven and earth to make sure Joe Biden got a blank check for the war in Ukraine while actively helping him open America’s southern border for a historic wave of illegal immigration.
Now Joe Biden is demanding Congress pass a $106 billion slush fund that includes another $60 billion for the war in Ukraine, $9 billion in “humanitarian” aid for Gaza and business interests in Ukraine, and billions more to help traffic an even greater number of illegal aliens into American cities.
Biden tried to force Republicans to accept this spending package by including $14 billion in military aid for Israel.
McConnell responded by making the rounds on the Sunday talk shows and offering his total support for Joe Biden’s latest attempt to sell out American taxpayers.
But when McConnell met with Senate Republicans to discuss the matter, he faced a wall of opposition to Biden’s Ukraine slush fund.
“Mitch made a plea to keep it all together. Nobody else spoke up in favor of that position. A lot of folks said ‘Israel unites us, and the Ukraine issue divides us; let’s move Israel’ money on its own,” one Republican Senator told The Hill.
Ohio conservative Senator J.D. Vance argued forcefully Republicans should move to break up the spending bill.
“I made the argument I’ve been making publicly that for both political and policy reasons we should not allow Israel to be held hostage in support of Ukraine. They’re fundamentally different issues. We should debate them separately, we should decide on them separately,” Vance told reporters.
“My main takeaway from the lunch is there is a lot of disagreement within the conference about advancing this thing as a four-bucket package as presented by the Biden administration,” Vance added. “I think the way the President has approached this is fundamentally dead on arrival.”
Conservatives are now in open rebellion against establishment warmongers like McConnell who conspire with Democrats to treat taxpayers like Ukraine’s personal piggy bank at a time when the nation is $33 trillion in debt and illegal aliens have literally invaded the U.S.
McConnell’s unyielding loyalty to Ukraine and Joe Biden instead of the Constitution or the American people have finally pushed his colleagues past the breaking point.
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