President Donald Trump issued another statement criticizing former Attorney General Bill Barr and Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) for not fighting for the Presidency and getting the election “sealed for Biden” despite evidence of voter fraud during the 2020 election.
President Trump doubled down on his criticisms of Senator Mitch McConnell and former Attorney General Bill Barr in a new statement. “Had Mitch McConnell fought for the Presidency like he should have, there would right now be Presidential Vetoes on all of the phased Legislation that he has proven to be incapable of stopping,” wrote President Trump.
President Trump slammed McConnell for losing two Senate seats in Georgia and causing Republicans to lose their Senate majority. “Not to mention, he lost two Senatorial seats in Georgia, making the Republicans the Minority in the Senate. He never fought for the White House and blew it for the Country,” President Trump said.
The former President expressed his regret for supporting McConnell during his reelection in Kentucky, which some have argued was stolen. “Too bad I backed him in Kentucky, he would have been primaried and lost!” said President Trump.
President Trump slammed McConnell for convincing “his buddy,” former Attorney General Bill Barr, “to get the corrupt (based on massive amounts of evidence that the Fake News refuses to mention!) election done, over with, and sealed for Biden, ASAP!”
The news comes the day after President Trump issued a previous statement slamming Barr, McConnell, and “spineless RINO’s” for “facilitating the cover up of Crime of the Century, the Rigged 2020 Presidential Election” in a statement in which he detailed evidence of election fraud, as National File reported.
In the statement, President Trump said former Attorney General Bill Barr “failed to investigate election fraud, and really let down the American people,” citing the “scam in took place in Georgia” where Ruby Freeman, Shaye Moss and their accomplices were captured on camera counting what appeared to be thousands of ballots after observers were told to leave. “He couldn’t see what was wrong with it,” continued President Trump. “Just like he failed to understand the Horowitz report and let everyone down with respect to getting a timely investigation (where’s Durham?) on all of the corruption of the Obama-Biden administration.”