To the Hypocrite Go the Spoils

To the Hypocrite Go the Spoils

Mitch McConnell refused to schedule hearings on the nomination of
Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court on the novel rationale that a
presidential election was too close, and he then rushed through the
nomination of Amy Coney Barrett when a presidential election was
even closer.—news reports

McConnell managed to provide
The votes to toss old Roe aside.
Yes, Mitch knows how to play the game.
It helps a lot to have no shame.

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