POLL: Conservatives Push to Have Mitch McConnell Resign, Do You Agree With Them?



After President Trump just signed into action an executive order that is set to undermine ObamaCare, several conservative organizations have come out against Mitch McConnell for failing the party on this issue. Tea Party Patriots, Freedom Works, and the Senate Conservatives Fund are all calling for the Senate Majority, as well as several other top GOP leaders, to resign over their lack of productivity in office. “It’s time for new leadership,” President of FreedomWorks Adam Brandon said. “Mitch McConnell has been a failure in the Senate and has cost Republicans almost a year of victories. He has demonstrated that he either does not understand the frustration coming from conservatives and the urgency of passing key legislation – or he does not care.” ‘In a lengthy letter signed by Brandon, Ken Cuccinelli, president of the Senate Conservatives Fund, Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots, David Bozell, president of For America, the leaders outline their complaints,’ reports the Daily Wire. The letter reads as follows: 2017 has been a disappointing year for the millions of Americans who fully expected, and had every right to expect real change in Washington. Republicans were given full control of the federal government. They – you – have done nothing. Worse, it is painfully clear that you intend to do nothing because, as is most apparent, you had no intention of honoring your solemn commitments to the American people. You were not going to “drain the swamp.” You are the swamp. You and the rest of your leadership team were given the majority because you pledged to stop the steady flow of illegal immigration. You have done nothing. You pledged to reduce the size of this oppressive federal government. You have done nothing. Click to see the original article      

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