AOC and Bernie Go After Mitch McConnell, But Their Lies Backfire Big Time

Mitch McConnell is the Senate Majority Leader in the legislature. He is under attack by a Democratic challenger named Amy McGrath. The media would have everyone believe that she is winning in her race to beat Mitch McConnell.

But the truth is that she is having a hard time even measuring up to the level that McConnell brings to the position. And now it would seem that McGrath is going to have to fight her party and some of the members that are looking to redefine the Democratic Party. They are a divided party that is having trouble standing united.

McGrath is also having to fight another, more liberal, Democrat, for the right to take on McConnell in the upcoming election. Charles Booker is being endorsed by two socialists. He is finding favor with old man Bernie Sanders and history denier Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. These two goofballs alone are going to take much-needed votes away from McGrath when it comes time to cast votes.

Bernie Sanders stated that “As Louisville has become an epicenter of national tragedy and protests due to the police murders of Breonna Taylor and David McAtee, Charles has shown leadership by showing up on the frontlines. He was an endorser of our campaign for president and supports progressive policies such as criminal justice reform, Medicare for All, and getting big money out of politics.” Sanders just confirmed the worst fears of all voters that Booker is another socialist at heart.

Ocasio-Cortez barfed her support when she stated that “I’m proud to endorse him. Let’s go.” It almost sounded like she had a personal interest in the man as she stated that he would make the Senate “a better place.”

No one in their right mind would make a statement like that without having a personal interest in their campaign. Booker is going to be a staunch ally of Ocasio-Cortez in the House if they all should show up there.

McGrath is saying that she is more of a moderate than a Democrat or socialist follower. In a twisted statement Booker said “I’m running for U.S. Senate because, in this crisis, Kentucky needs a real Democrat to take on Mitch McConnell. Someone who will fight to guarantee health care and living wages for all, and not help Trump just get his way.”

He is supporting a socialist agenda by telling people that they will get everything they want for free if he is elected.

Booker is running on the notion that people hate President Trump. He called McGrath a “pro-Trump Democrat.” He will find out the hard way that the state he wants to represent so bad loves President Trump more than life itself.

McConnell is a longtime favorite in Kentucky. He has served the people there since 1985. His campaign manager stated that “Amy McGrath has been running an inauthentic, extreme campaign for nearly a year, and she is still unattractive to Democratic voters. It’s not surprising that Democrats are already looking for a replacement.”

There is just something about McGrath that turns the stomachs of most people in Kentucky. Booker is no better in that he hates a free America.

McGrath has had to have people say good things about her. Her campaign spokesperson stated that “Amy McGrath spent over 20 years serving her country and doing what’s right above partisan politics and that’s what she will do for Kentucky. Working families want to hear solutions, not partisan rhetoric. That’s one of the many things that makes her different from Mitch McConnell.”

The problem with the Democrats trying to beat McConnell is that they have been unable to beat President Trump. Both McConnell and the president are both heroes of the United States. They have worked together to keep the communists from winning real power.

They have halted the lies of the media. And they both have worked hard to put America first above politics. The people of the country matter more to them than their own personal agendas. Mitch McConnell has served as long as he has because the people love him. The media is blind if they believe for one minute that the truth has changed one bit.