Mitch McConnell Says He Knows the Biggest Lie in Politics Today and Americans Are Believing It

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is no newcomer to politics. His decades in public service mean that while he may or may not line up with every Republican on everything, he’s pretty familiar with the way of Washington, and how to spot the lies.

Political lies come in many different shapes and sizes, perfumes and hues, but they all have one thing in common: they prop up someone’s agenda and help someone whose (likely) failing miserably.

Finding out who gains from what you believe and who has the most to lose can often be a great indicator of whether something is true or just another bill of goods meant to promote an unsustainable political career.

Questions about who should really be in Washington and who shouldn’t become louder until reached a fever pitch after the 2020 presidential election when the American people began to look around and wonder if their neighbors and friends really had been stupid enough to elect some of the morons we’ve put in public office or if we’ve all been duped into believing we had real elections when in reality we could have been puppets.

According to McConnell, the efforts to make sure elections in the future go off without the shady business surrounding the 2020 presidential election is just fine and dandy, but the biggest lie is that new voter laws are somehow “suppressing” a vote, when in fact, it’s validating votes.

McConnell, the recently demoted former Senate Majority Leader, even went so far as to call the propaganda that Republicans are suppressing votes with their election security laws, the “biggest lie” in politics today.

“The biggest lie being told in American politics in recent weeks has been that the states are involved in a systematic effort to suppress the vote,” said McConnell according to Hannity.com.

What the Senate minority leader is referencing is the constant propaganda that passing laws about things like decreased access to mail-in ballots, voter identification, and other security measures that have been in place for decades, is now being considered somehow a suppression of minority voters.

There is a lot of chatter about “access” and whether those who wish to vote will be able to take on the pressure of getting to a polling place and casting their vote. What the left stream media isn’t talking a lot about, is what things like mail-in ballots and other so=called accessibility measures leave the election open to in the way of fraud.

Americans were up in arms about the biggest election in the world being potentially tainted, and with good reason. States across the nation, especially those with the biggest concerns, began to look into their election laws and security measures. This caused a big, stir and is, in fact, a fair cause for concern among voters.

Democrats, however, feel that there is nothing to see here, no one should ever doubt them, and we should, in essence, “pay no attention to the man behind the curtain,” according to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

The Senate Majority Leader castigated Senate Republicans for blocking their effort to override a Republican veto, which the right successfully stopped, and Schumer was in fine form, shaming those who wouldn’t hand over complete control to the Democrat overlords:

“Once again, the Senate Republican minority has launched a partisan blockade of a pressing issue,” Schumer said.

“What could be more hypocritical and cynical than invoking minority rights in the Senate as a pretext for preventing debate about how to preserve minority rights in the society,” Democrat Senator Warnock said during a floor speech Tuesday.

So what is the takeaway? Republicans responded to a call to action from their constituents who feel the election was stolen. Many politicians didn’t feel the vote was stolen, but decided, what could a few more safeguards hurt? That’s when the gloves came off, and America got to really see just how important lackadaisical security for voters really is to the left … and we’re left to ponder why that might be?

Could it also have something to do with why the Senate wants to do away with one of the last resorts of a minority being railroaded by the side that insists on compromise, as long as it doesn’t come from them? These questions, and more, coming to you from your friends and the Biden corporation, location, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington D.C.

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