Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Next To Be Deposed
Mitch McConnell Has Relentlessly Betrayed Republican Core Principles Throughout His Tenure
SOTN Editor’s Note:
One thing is now certain about the Republican leadership in both the Senate and the House: Both leaders and their treasonous cabal of RINOs were far more committed to advancing President Obama’s loathsome agenda than they were in protecting the nation FROM ENEMIES WITHIN.
With the ignominious resignation of Speaker John Boehner, the whole country has witnessed the profound failure of RINO (Republican In Name ONLY) leadership in the House of Representatives. The very same group of traitors now attempts to elect one of their own — Rep. Andrew McCarthy. If McCarthy was smart he would get the heck out of the way. There’s a full-blown Republican revolution underway, and whoever is not true to real conservative values will soon be history.
That prediction particularly applies to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. McConnell has diligently fought the conservative caucus in the Senate to the point that he no longer has any credibility. He and Boehner have worked in tandem methodically betraying their respective caucuses. Both have worked overtime in the interest of assisting Obama implement his covert plan as dictated by the World Shadow Government (WSG).
The immigration piece of that WSG plan is the crucial pillar of an elaborate social engineering agenda. Just as the European Union is being reordered daily according to a similar “immigration overwhelm” blueprint, the USA has fallen victim to this multi-decade conspiracy. Under the exceedingly obsequious Obama (he doesn’t even posses a legitimate birth certificate), as well as shockingly compliant Republicans, the path to a dubious New World Order has been made quite easy.
Now that both Boehner and McConnell have been exposed as RINO frauds, it is imperative that they are not replaced with similar impostors. The only hope for the American Republic is that conservative fiscal principles and social values be restored post-haste. That’s not to say that the Republican side doesn’t have major problems in other areas. Their highly misguided foreign policy has in fact pushed the world community of nations to the very brink of World War III.
That is just one more urgent reason why McConnell must be removed as Majority Leader. His control of the Senate agenda has been disastrous for the American people, as well as the world-at-large. When the base demands your resignation, the writing is certainly on the wall. McConnell and his ilk in the Senate must likewise all be removed from their leadership positions.
There is a fierce and furious Republican revolution brewing just as there is a developing Democratic coup in progress against the DINOs. Establishment politicos, professional politicians and political dynasties will no longer be tolerated. For those who doubt this, please click on the following link.
Calls For Majority Leader McConnell To Resign Increase By The Day
Mitch McConnell pushed to resign as Senate Majority Leader
Roger Villere, RNC vice chairman: ‘GOP brand is being damaged’
The Washington Times
With John Boehner now departing as House speaker, an influentialRepublican Party official is now seeking the ouster of another GOP leader who has frustrated conservatives: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
“McConnell needs to resign!!” LouisianaGOP Chairman Roger Villere wrote in a Facebook posting.
Mr. Villere isn’t just any Republican. He’s the longest-serving state GOP chairman in the nation, with 12 years on the job, and is the vice chairman of the Republican National Committee, theGOP’s national governing body. He also serves on the RNC’s executive committee that makes decisions alongside Chairman Reince Priebus.
“Mitch is a good and honorable guy, but the base is leaving our party,” Mr. Villeresaid in an interview with The Washington Times. “I’m out in the field all the time and we have all our elections this year for state offices, and it’s hurting us tremendously with our elections.”
Aides for Mr. McConnell, Kentucky Republican, did not return repeated calls and emails seeking comment. A spokeswoman for Mr. Priebus said he was unavailable Sunday.
Egged on by irate rank-and-file GOPvoters, a conservative rump group in the House GOP caucus forced Mr. Boehner’s sudden announcement on Friday that he will resign his post and his House seat as well next month.
An ideological irony is that his probable replacement, California Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the current House majority leader, is closer politically to Mr. Boehner than to the more ideologically passionate members who were prepared to call for a no-confidence vote on Mr. Boehner as speaker.
The same may hold true for Mr. McConnell in the Senate. Though he is not considered likely to resign, there is no one in his chamber whom conservatives seem ready to unite behind as an alternative.
Even Mr. Villere was stumped when asked whom he preferred to take over as leader of the Senate Republican majority.
“Honestly, I haven really thought of a replacement,” he said. “We are being so beat up by the base. I just was frustrated.”
Mr. Villere did say what specifically about Mr. McConnell makes his state’s rank-and-file GOP voters so dyspeptic that they want him out as leader — his failure to challenge executive overreach by President Obama or fight to repeal Obamacare and other unpopular measures.
“Mr. McConnell could have suspended consideration of confirmations for all presidential appointees, except for those who are essential to national security, until the president rescinded his unconstitutional executive action on amnesty,” Mr. Villere said.
“This would have been a constitutionally appropriate response to the overreach of the executive branch,” he said. “It would have transformed the political environment, greatly encouraged Republican donors and grass-roots activists, and positioned us to refuse to confirm replacements for any Supreme Court openings that might occur during the remainder of the Obama administration.”
Mr. Villere ticked off other sources of discontent with Mr. McConnell.
“Not trying to repeal Obamacare, not defunding Planned Parenthood, not trying to stop illegal immigration,” he said. “That is what Republicans ran on and once they were elected they did not follow up with their promises.”
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, speaking at the annual Values Voters Summit in D.C. on Saturday, also called on Mr. McConnell to resign, in what political observers chalked up as an attempt by Mr. Jindal to gain national publicity for his sagging 2016 presidential campaign. Elections for his successor as governor will take place this November.
Mr. Villere’s term as chairman will expire this coming March. He said he wasn’t aware that Mr. Jindal had said at the Values Voters Summit that it was time for Mr. McConnell to go.
Mr. Villere, while hearing the complaints of GOP base voters, said he was moved to act after reading a story quoting Mr. McConnell as saying he wasn’t going to support a potential government shutdown in order to block federal funding for Planned Parenthood, a private organization that provides abortion services.
“If we lose the battle, we will never win the presidency again in my lifetime,” said Mr. Villere, who is 66. “I’ve worked for 12 years as chairman to build this party, and I just don’t want to see it all go down the drain because they aren’t willing to fight for what we believe in. Our base is demanding we do something or they’re going to leave us.”
“The GOP brand is being damaged. We’re having to work from scratch to do all the groundwork we’ve already done with elections of Republicans to Congress and in the state because everybody is so furious at the leadership,” Mr. Villere said.