Mitch McConnell Offers Advice to Democrats After Disgusting Assault on Kavanaugh: “I Hope They Learned a Lesson” (VIDEO)
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell joined Laura Ingraham after the Senate cloture vote on Friday.
The 51-49 vote pushed Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote to Saturday.
All of the disgusting attacks by Democrats of gang-rapes and penis slapping backfired.
And the Democrat party and managed to flip the midterm enthusiasm in favor of Republicans in only 10 days!
Mitch McConnell: “I think we reaffirmed that in this country you’re presumed innocent. Presumption is in favor of innocence. We also learned that you should not allow mobs to intimidate you. I think it unified us… Made us excited for the November election. It was good for the American people to see that these people were stood up to and didn’t get away with it. They did not win. That’s the most important thing…
Laura Ingraham: How radical has the Democratic Party of today become?
Mitch McConnell: It’s a pretty wild bunch. I mean it’s pretty clear they were willing to do anything, say anything to try to win. No boundaries.
Laura Ingraham: You still have close friends in the Democratic caucus after all of this or emotions pretty raw?
Mitch McConnell: I think we’ll get past it in terms of relationships. But, it was a tough period. I hope they learned a lesson. You can do this kind of thing but it doesn’t necessarily get you to victory.
Via The Ingraham Angle: