“Case Closed!” Mitch McConnell Slams Unhinged Democrats Using Mueller Report to Attack President Trump, Bill Barr (VIDEO)
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) on Tuesday slammed unhinged Democrats using Mueller’s report to attack President Trump and Attorney General Bill Barr.
McConnell, speaking from the Senate floor, defended Trump from rabid Democrats using Mueller’s report to smear and attack the President and said, “case closed!”
“What we’ve seen is a melt down — an absolute melt down! An inability to accept the bottom line conclusion on Russian interference from the special counsel’s report which said, the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities,” McConnell said speaking about the Democrats and their media sycophants.
McConnell accused Dems and “TV talking heads” of peddling Russian collusion conspiracy theories.
“The special counsel’s finding is clear — case closed! Case closed,” McConnell said.
McConnell accused Democrats of publicly working through the 5 stages of grief (TDS) — “First stage is denial,” he said.
“Totally baseless speculation that perhaps Attorney General Barr hadn’t quoted the report properly,” McConnell added.
McConnell said the Democrats are “angry that the legal system won’t magically undo the 2016 election for them and they’ve opted to channel all of their partisan anger onto the attorney general.”
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Fake Indian and 2020 Dem hopeful Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday called for impeachment proceedings against President Trump from the Senate floor.
The Massachusetts Senator cited Mueller’s report and argued the information provided by the special counsel “clearly constitutes adequate information to begin an impeachment proceeding in the House of Representatives.”
McConnell, who refers to himself as the “grim reaper” and vowed to stop the left’s Socialist agenda, will not move forward with impeachment so the Democrats are just screaming at the sky.