McConnell doubles down as 11 more Republicans join the most seditious act America has ever seen

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Sedition is underway in the United States and make no mistake it should be tantamount to what politicians otherwise consider crimes against the United States. Thus, Republican leaders including Mitch McConnell have revealed themselves to be anything but patriots this week as the battle over the Electoral College certification rages on.

Fox News reports that McConnell ‘s Kentucky home was vandalized as the battle over the election continued into the New Year. Now 11 more Senate Republicans on top of Josh Hawley now say they will object to the certification of the results. Without evidence however the certification likely is purely symbolic and may have unintended consequences for those that went against the will of the people.

“I’ve spent my career fighting for the First Amendment and defending peaceful protest,” McConnell said in a statement, adding: “This is different. Vandalism and the politics of fear have no place in our society.” McConnell made no mention that his statement was in fact dishonest as he has gone against almost everything the modern American believes in.

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