What’s the old saying? ‘Birds of a feather flock together?’ I’m pretty sure that’s how that one goes. In any case, if you’ve been paying attention to politics over the last, oh, 30 years or so, you could see a correlation and unity between Republicans and Democrats who don’t like their power or establishment agendas challenged.
That’s why it should come as absolutely no surprise that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) told CNN that he and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) will be working together to stop “MAGA Republicans.”
Whether you’re a “MAGA Republican” or not, a move like this should encourage you a bit because the establishment elite clearly see a group of people that aren’t members of the “Uniparty” coming for their cushy positions among the Washington elite.
After CNN co-host Kaitlan Collins asked Schumer on Monday if he’s going to “talk to Mitch McConnell,” the senior senator from New York stated that he’s going to try and do more than just talk.
I’m going to say to the Republicans in the Senate who are not the MAGA Republicans, stop letting them lead your party. Work with us to get things done. I intend to sit down with Mitch McConnell and express that. I intend to sit down with him and say we should be working together. You’re not going to get the extremists in your party to work with anybody, but the rest of us can work together and get some real things done for the American people.
Fellow co-host Don Lemon cried to Schumer that he’s heard that before and wondered how Schumer intends to follow through targeting the evil “MAGA Republicans” this time.
“It’s different this time because they lost,” Schumer responded. “The red wave proved to be a red mirage.”
That’s all well and good, Chucky, but didn’t Democrats technically win by holding both the House and Senate in the 2020 election? So then how is it “different” this time?
The quick answer is that it’s not. People like Schumer and McConnell will literally say anything they need to in order to stay right where they are, feeding off the U.S. taxpayers.
The actual “difference” this time is that more and more Americans are seeing through the establishment’s BS and not believing a word they say, especially most of what they say is at best misleading.
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