Levin shreds the ‘disastrous reign’ of Mitch McConnell

· August 7, 2017  
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Kicking off the week on “The Mark Levin Show,” the fired-up Levin shredded Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., illustrating just how far back the Republican Party has digressed in recent years.

“Mitch McConnell is truly incapable of communicating effectively with the American people,” Levin said. “The fact of the matter is, when history is written, his disastrous reign as the Republican leader — both in the minority and the majority in the United States Senate — will be noted.”


“We have moved so far backwards since Mitch McConnell has been a Republican leader in the Senate,” Levin said.

McConnell’s failures as a leader can be measured by the success of the Democrats under President Obama — a success that continues to this day as Republicans continuously fail in advancing a conservative agenda.

Meanwhile, McConnell continues trashing conservatives.

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Author: Chris Pandolfo

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