Mitch McConnell Praises Biden’s Ukraine Response–Now Faces Losing His Senate Leadership

You don’t have to be a foreign policy expert to understand just how badly Biden messed up the situation in Ukraine. Russia is amassing a force to invade the country, claiming it is in response to rumors Ukraine will join NATO. It seems unlikely Ukraine will join NATO—or that it even wanted to. It is possible Putin put out those rumors himself, to justify this aggressive move. Regardless, the events required a strong, unwavering response from the United States to check Russia.

Biden flopped and Russia just might invade a European country, sparking a war. Yet, despite this epic disaster, Mitch McConnell claims Biden is moving in the “right” direction.

Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said President Joe Biden was “moving in the right direction” when it came to addressing Russian aggression towards Ukraine, Reuters reported. [Source: Daily Caller]

McConnell has long favored the corrupt establishment over the country and America-first Republicans. It seems conservatives are getting tired of his constant flip-flopping to support a man as pathetic as Biden. And it looks like he’s not long for Senate leadership.

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has braced himself against America First Republicans who oppose renewing his Senate leadership position after the 2022 midterms…

Republicans have voiced frustration that during McConnell’s tenure as leader, the nation has not fared well…

Throughout McConnell’s leadership… Big banks were bailed out in 2008, and social media companies have silenced individuals without repercussions. Dr. Anthony Fauci has not been held accountable for allegedly lying twice to Congress. [Source: Breitbart]

It looks more and more likely that Republicans will take the House after the midterms. But there is a growing chance they will also manage to secure control of the Senate if they manage to win key races. Where will that leave McConnell, who has served as Republican leadership for so many years?

Not in a good spot. McConnell has few victories under his belt. The best he did during the Trump administration was quickly confirming the hundreds of federal judges he selected. Beyond that, he has been inconsistent with his support for 45 and America-first agendas. All too often, McConnell sides with the left, as he did in the aftermath of the 2020 Election.

And his recent praise for a bankrupt and evil administration like Biden’s? That could be beyond the pale for many Senate Republicans. Trump himself is a frequent critic of McConnell’s, saying the man’s ties to Chinese money make him unfit to lead.

Regardless of whether or not Republicans retake the Senate, there is a good chance someone else will be leading them, come 2023.

Author: Max Anderson