First, Republican Senator Mitch McConnell joined forces with Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to develop a $2.3 trillion Covid Stimulus bill that included $25 million for Pakistan of which $15 million to be dedicated to “Gender Studies” in the country, $700 million is to be sent to the Sudan with additional millions sent to Burma and the Ukraine. Only $600 per person was made available to American workers.
When President Donald Trump demanded that American workers should receive $2000 instead of $600, Senate Majority Leader McConnell refused. In an unusual moment of sanity Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said, “that Democrats would allow for votes limiting a liability shield for tech companies and establishing a commission to examine the 2020 election if the GOP agreed to hold a separate up-or-down vote on sending $2,000 checks to most Americans.”
McConnell refused to budge but just when you think he could not shame himself more, he committed the ultimate act of betrayal when he, again joined forces with Pelosi to change the rules on how Congress determines contested elections, making it nearly impossible to stop the election fraud committed during the 2020 Presidential election.
“The House of Representatives and the Senate on Sunday adopted rules that outline how the counting of Electoral College votes will take place on Jan. 6.
The rules were passed without recorded votes. Instead, a voice vote was used in both chambers. The guidance, introduced by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), says the chambers will meet in a joint session on Jan. 6 presided over by Vice President Mike Pence...
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in a letter to colleagues on Sunday noted that objections can happen but said, at the end of the day, Biden “will be officially declared the next president.”
American’s ONLY chance of stopping the theft of the 2020 presidential election and preserving the sanctity of our electoral process now lies in the hands of Vice-President Mike Pence on Wednesday Jan. 6. Let’s hope his sense of loyalty are stronger than McConnell’s.