McConnell Vows to Block Vote on Bill Protecting Mueller Witch Hunt

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said Tuesday he will block a vote on a bill that would protect Robert Mueller and his Russian witch hunt.

Lawmakers are planning on attaching legislation to protect Mueller to a high-priority spending bill in order to get Trump’s judicial nominees installed.

Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX) said Tuesday on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show that the Senate could vote on a spending bill with legislation attached to protect Mueller.

McConnell is digging in his heels just like he did a few weeks ago when he stated he would not support a bill to protect Mueller.

 

The Kentucky Senator told reporters on Tuesday he would likely reject legislation to protect Mueller.

The potential logjam of Trump’s judicial nominees is all because of the RINO of all RINOs Jeff Flake.

A couple weeks ago, outgoing Arizona Senator Jeff Flake vowed to withhold his vote for any judicial nominees until legislation protecting dirty cop Robert Mueller is brought for a vote.

“I have informed the Majority Leader that I will not vote to advance any of the 21 judicial nominees pending in the Judiciary Committee or vote to confirm the 32 judges awaiting confirmation on the Senate floor until S.2644 is brought to the full Senate for a vote,” Flake said.

Lawmakers care more about ‘protecting Mueller’ than protecting the southern border.


House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), who supports funding for President Trump’s wall said Tuesday, “I didn’t know Robert Mueller needed protection. Our southern border needs protection.”

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