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"800-pound Gorilla in the Room" in Charge of Giggling & Psychobabble

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The above pictured individual (Senator McConnell) is back to political business as usual since his reelection to another six year term in 2020 as one of the two senators from Kentucky.

He claims that he is back to governing. However, governing is about as far removed from political business as usual as the Earth and the Moon.

McConnell sidesteps every question put to him in order to avoid any hint of criticism of his longtime senate leadership opponent (Senator Schumer) and his longtime senate colleague (former Senator Biden), the latter questionably certified as the current president-elect in 2020 by both McConnell Schumer.

Political business as usual is also known as lying (rotting an apple by consuming its core), flip flopping and essentially making conflicting utterances out of both sides of one's mouth without any sense of sincerity or concern for those balloteers whose only influence on domestic & foreign policy exists for a mere 24 hours each two, four & six years.

Who's guilty of the preceding? Why, all three of the foregoing $multimillionaires, i.e., McConnell, Schumer & Biden. Put another way, they are all three as guilty as sin.

By the way, let's not forget Harris, as she's the designee in charge of giggling & psychobabble who recently stated that Europe & climate change are responsible for the avalanche of migrants at the gates &  through the gaps in the unfinished Trump fence on the SW U.S. border!

Who else is a member of the $multimillionaire congress's band of liars, i.e., who else on Capitol Hill is as guilty as sin? Well, just about 90% of the entire 535 overall!

What about the supreme Court's 9 $multimillionaires? Yes, virtually all of them are as guilty as sin as well! This, for failing to do their jobs when they don't simply step in and take the time to rule against psychobabble violations of the U.S. Constitution!

Remember this! Just follow the money!

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