Mitch McConnell Says Electoral College Vote Most Important One Ever

( Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made a pretty bold statement on Thursday during a morning conference call, saying that the Congressional vote to certify presidential election results will be the “Most consequential” he has ever cast.

And while it’s a bold statement, it doesn’t mean he’s on board with President Donald Trump’s fight for election integrity. Instead, it appears as though McConnell will be voting to certify the results and send Joe Biden to the White House, despite massive evidence of election fraud and misconduct.

“I’m finishing 36 years in the Senate and I’ve cast a lot of big votes,” McConnell told the call. “And in my view, just my view, this will be the most consequential I have ever cast.”

It would be even more consequential if he joined the dozen Republican Senators who have already vowed to object to the Electoral College votes and initiate ten days of debate and presentation of evidence of fraud.

McConnell has also told Republican Senators to vote to certify the results.

“Our country has, officially, a president-elect and a vice-president-elect,” McConnell said in December on the floor of the Senate.

“I want to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden,” he said, congratulating a man who referred to Republicans and Trump supporters as extremists, xenophobes, and even white supremacists.

“The president-elect is no stranger to the Senate,” McConnell added. “He’s devoted himself to public service for many years.”

Pass the sick bucket.

President Donald Trump recently hit back at Republican leadership, including Senator McConnell, for refusing to get on board with the fight for election integrity.

“Weak and tired Republican ‘leadership’ will allow the bad Defense Bill to pass,” the president said on December 29 about the decision to pass a defense bill that did not include measures to repeal Section 230 protections for the social media giants.

“Say goodbye to VITAL Section 230 termination, your National Monuments, Forts (names!) and Treasures (inserted by Elizabeth ‘Pocahontas’ Warren), 5G, and our great soldiers,” he added.

The president also said recently that Republican leadership “only wants the path of least resistance.”

On January 6, Republican lawmakers will show their true colors in a joint session of Congress.