Source: Shane Trejo 

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is echoing Democrat talking points, calling Jan. 6 a “violent insurrection,” as he continues to agitate against the America First uprising within the GOP.

“It was a violent insurrection with the purpose of trying to prevent a peaceful transfer of power after a legitimately certified election. … That’s what it was,” McConnell said.

McConnell also criticized the Republican National Committee (RNC) for voting to censure Reps. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) and Liz Cheney (R-WY) for participating in the unconstitutional and Orwellian witch hunt commonly referred to as the “Jan. 6 Commission.”

“This issue is whether or not the RNC should be sort of singling out members of our party who may have different views from the majority. That’s not the job of the RNC,” McConnell said regarding the censure resolution.

Big League Politics has reported on the traitorous behavior of McConnell as the Uniparty flexes its power in Washington D.C.:

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is ordering Americans to receive the dangerous and experimental COVID-19 vaccine under the threat that he will shut down public life in America with the Democrats if they do not comply.

McConnell is issuing these terror threats to implement the fledgling vaccine regime as Americans begin to resist the mass hysteria pushed about COVID-19 for over a year now.

“These shots need to get in everybody’s arms as rapidly as possible or we´re going to be back in a situation in the fall that we don’t yearn for — that we went through last year,” McConnell said on Tuesday.

McConnell made the comment in response to RINO Utah Gov. Spencer Cox, who stated that conservative voices skeptical to the vaccine 

He also reiterated his comments in a Twitter post:

“It never occurred to me that there would be difficulty getting Americans to get the shot,” he said.”

McConnell has overseen the moral and economic collapse of America throughout his nearly six decades serving the federal government. He will be remembered among the worst men ever to be elected.