Mitch McConnell Just Told The Dems They Are Are On Their Own! kristel October 10, 2021 Uncategorized You Might Like GOP now stands its ground and will never aid Democrats again in raising the debt limit. Recently, the Biden administration with his Democratic cults has been working on their proposal for the $3.5 trillion spending bill and now asking to raise the debt limit of their political propaganda. But the GOP had enough already…Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell wrote in a letter to President Joe Biden saying that he will no longer aid Democrats again in raising the debt limit. Clearly, this is a big mess for the Dems and a big step for Republicans. McConnell wrote, “I am writing to make it clear that in light of Senator Schumer’s hysterics and my grave concerns about the ways that another vast, reckless, partisan spending bill would hurt Americans and help China, I will not be a party to any future effort to mitigate the consequences of Democratic mismanagement.” “I write to inform you that I will not provide such assistance again if your all-Democrat government drifts into another avoidable crisis,” the letter continued. While the debt limit extension stands to avert immediate economic disaster, it does not resolve the underlying partisan stalemate over the issue but merely delays the fight until another day. This decision was pushed to the limit by Democratic leader Chuck Schumer recently calling that the Republicans had played a “dangerous and risky partisan game.” Congress will need to find a longer-term solution in December. But McConnell has said the reprieve would give Democrats enough time to raise the debt ceiling through a procedural move known as reconciliation, which Democrats have rejected as an option for lifting the cap. This may be a good sign that America can find its potential to become a great nation, again. Source: NewsMax Share on Facebook Tweet Follow us Share Share Share Share Share Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.