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Twitter Folds, Re-Instates Team McConnell’s Account Without Removing Flagged Video

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Twitter reinstated Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s account Friday after the account posted a video that appeared to show a woman shouting death threats outside of the senator’s home during a late night protest. “Victory!!!” reads one tweet McConnell’s profile tweeted after Twitter reinstated the profile after it posted a video of an activist calling for violence outside the Republican’s ...

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Twitter Locked McConnell Campaign’s Account For Posting Video Of Protesters Outside Senator’s Home

Twitter forced at least three accounts, including that of Mitch McConnell’s campaign, to remove video of protesters calling for violence outside the senator’s home The social media site confirmed to The Daily Caller News Foundation that it locked the three accounts, claiming that the video violated the company’s “violent threats policy” McConnell’s campaign chairman blasted Twitter, for blocking video that ...

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Krazy in Kentucky: Protesters Gather Outside Mitch McConnell’s Home, Make Violent Comments

Dozens of protesters gathered outside of Mitch McConnell’s home in Louisville Monday night, including one who said on a livestream video that she hopes the Senate Majority Leader would suffer a stroke or heart attack, and that someone would “just stab” a Voodoo doll of McConnell “in the heart.” “I just want him to have a stroke, that is all,” ...

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Mitch McConnell Falls Outside His Home, Fractures Shoulder

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell fell outside his home and fractured his shoulder in Louisville, Kentucky, on Sunday. “This morning, Leader McConnell tripped at home on his outside patio and suffered a fractured shoulder. He has been treated, released, and is working from home in Louisville,” McConnell spokesman David Popp said in a statement according to The Washington Post. McConnell, 77, ...

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It’s Time for Trump to Take On Mitch McConnell

This week we have one of those rare occasions when government priorities and government funding match exactly. Fox News reports, “Loose change left at airports may be used to help fund border operations.” If you need additional proof Washington, Inc. doesn’t give a damn about stopping and reversing illegal immigration this should do it. Maybe Trump will order the Pentagon ...

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Republicans Should Line Up to Apologize to President Trump

Who should be at the head of the line on their way to the White House to apologize to President Trump? A few that come to my mind are Senator’s McConnell, Barrasso, and Cruz. Have you noticed what a difficult task it has become for President Trump to drag ignorant Republicans across the goal line? Why can’t the Republicans just ...

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‘Misinformed’: Elaine Chao’s Office Fires Back At Allegations She Steered Cash To Benefit Mitch McConnell

The Transportation Department hit back Monday against a Politico story that alleged Transportation Sec. Elaine Chao gave special treatment to projects in the home state of her husband, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. “This is a misinformed online post and the blogger intentionally misleads readers, misrepresents the grant application process and disregards key facts,” a DOT spokesperson told The Daily ...

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Chip Roy Slams Mitch McConnell Over Proposal To Bust Spending Caps

Republican Texas Rep. Chip Roy called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday for proposing to President Donald Trump a budget measure that would increase the discretionary spending caps. “Today, [McConnell] meets w/ [Trump] to pitch busting spending caps (again),” Roy tweeted. “Let’s be clear: this would be a very swamp thing to do. Holding to the caps (as ...

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McConnell Says It’s ‘Past Time’ To Reach Immigration Deal With Democrats

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’s prepared to sit down and work with Democrats on a bipartisan immigration compromise. “I think it’s way past time for us to have an adult bipartisan discussion about our immigration laws and see what we can agree to,” McConnell said to reporters Thursday, arguing that a solution can’t be reached without passing legislation. ...

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Mitch McConnell Lays Out Some Inconvenient Truths About Democrats’ Green New Deal |

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell described the Green New Deal as a job-killing socialistic takeover of the American economy hours before his colleagues prepare to vote against the ambitious climate change proposal. “[M]y Democratic colleagues’ rallying cry: Killing off entire domestic industries. Winding down millions of jobs. Basically outlawing the only sources of energy that working-class and middle-class families can ...

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McConnell Blocks Unanimous House Resolution To Release Mueller Report

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U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked a vote Monday calling for the public release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. The Kentucky Republican claimed the Department of Justice needs more time to determine which parts can be released publicly, The Hill reported. The measure, which passed unanimously in the House 420-0 on March 14, as reported by The Hill, ...

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Mitch McConnell Poised To Vote On Green New Deal: ‘I Could Not Be More Glad’

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell expressed his pleasure on Monday for the impending Senate vote on the Green New Deal, Democrats’ expansive anti-climate change plan. “I could not be more glad that the American people will have the opportunity to learn precisely where each one of their senators stand on the “Green New Deal,” McConnell tweeted. “A radical, top-down, socialist ...

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What Nixon and Trump Have in Common

It’s hard to believe Richard Nixon, the consummate, disciplined insider, and Donald Trump, the shambolic, impulsive outsider, have anything in common, but it’s true. Both men shared the belief that winning a national election should convey political power. Acting on the belief a national majority gave him a popular mandate to make changes in Washington cost Nixon his presidency. Just ...

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