With China Mitch McConnell’s’ crooked wife Elaine Choa found to have misused her office for personal gain, there are now rumblings that China Mitch McConnell may be stepping down from the Senate because of “health reasons”. It would be an absolute dream if we could finally rid the Senate for traitor China McConnell, but there’s one big problem. The rubes in Kentucky have a communist Democrat governor who as of now could appoint another communist Democrat to fill McConnell’s seat if he does leave.
For days, news in Kentucky has been dominated by reports that the Republican-dominated state legislature is poised to change the means for filling a vacancy in the U.S. Senate.
This has led fueled speculation from the State Capitol in Frankfort to the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., about the person who badly wants this legislation enacted and whom it most affects: Mitch McConnell, Senate Republican leader and handily re-elected last fall to a 7th term.
If enacted, the proposed legislation will remove Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s power to appoint whomever he chooses to a vacant Senate seat.
Instead, he and future governors would be required to choose the new lawmaker from a list of three from the executive committee of the party of the outgoing senator.
At 79, amid on-and-off speculation about McConnell’s health, the man called “Mr. Leader” by Republican colleagues and staffers and simply “The Senator” by Bluegrass State Republicans shows no signs of stepping down. Just this weekend, McConnell sent clear signals to Democrats he would thwart any attempt by them to scuttle the filibuster in the Senate.
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