Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, declares that if Roy More is elected to an Alabama Senate seat, he’ll be greeted only by conflict. McConnell even promises to head off an ethics committee against Judge Roy Moore over the unfounded allegations against him. Conveniently timed allegations that are seemingly spearheaded at Moore from the liberal left. Alabama is being completely alienated and this is why:
As Reported By Jeff Poor for Breitbart.
Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) discussed the U.S. Senate special election in Alabama scheduled for December 12 and what impact GOP hopeful Roy Moore could have if he emerges as the winner.
McConnell did not go as far as to say the U.S. Senate would vote to expel Moore should he be elected, but he did predict Moore could have an “ethic issues,” and the “aftermath” of his successful bid would be dealt with after voters go to the polls.
Partial transcript as follows:
INGRAHAM: The Alabama Senate race is taking up a lot of oxygen in the political landscape. He is up now in the polls 5 percent. You favored Luther Strange. A lot of money went into supporting Luther Strange. He didn’t win. Roy Moore won. I actually supported Mo Brooks. But Roy Moore won. And now all these allegations against him. You said he should step aside. He may very well win this election. What does that say about four influence in the Senate your influence? Does it have any implication for you? He wants to unseat you, he said.
MCCONNELL: Well, President Trump and I are on the same side. We both supported Luther Strange even though you supported Mo Brooks. The people in Alabama decided to go in a different direction. And on December 12 they will get to decide who they want to send to the Senate and we will deal with that when that happens.
INGRAHAM: So if that happens, there are still senators who say we could vote to expel him to the U.S. Senate. What does that say to the state of Alabama? They have heard all the arguments. And I know you say you believe the women that came forward. I tend to think some of them are credible as well. But people in Alabama are hearing it all.
MCCONNELL: They’re going to make the decision in Alabama —