Mitch McConnell blames Biden for his efforts to sabotage the infrastructure
Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell shared a tale of suffering in the Senate when he tried to blame President Biden for not falling for his infrastructure sabotage.
Video from McConnell:
McConnell says he was disappointed to learn that President Biden has cut off negotiations on infrastructure pic.twitter.com/0BsFPSldwv
– Acyn (@Acyn) June 9, 2021
Senator McConnell claimed that Biden left the Republicans at the negotiating table because he refused to abandon his promises to the left wing of the Democratic Party. McConnell’s story ignores the fact that Republicans never made a serious offer on infrastructure and refused to raise taxes on the rich and corporate to pay for infrastructure spending.
As former MP David Jolly put it, McConnell and McCarthy never intended to compromise on infrastructure with President Biden:
Former GOP Congressman David Jolly says the lesson to Biden and the Democrats in Congress continues to be taught daily: “There is no bipartisan collaboration with Republicans in Congress. It won’t happen.” pic.twitter.com/5PSBwCLT6T
– Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) June 9, 2021
Joe Biden left because Republicans weren’t serious about negotiating. The whole negotiation was a scam to see if Biden would drop his principles on a bill in the name of bipartisanism.
Biden wouldn’t sell the Democrats, so Mitch McConnell tries to blame the president for his attempted sabotage of the law.
The president played McConnell off so the minority leader can only cook something for Fox News.
McConnell tries to twist the reality that Joe Biden captured and won.
Mr. Easley is the Founder / Executive Director, White House Press Pool and Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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