Democrats have been revamping their calls to end the filibuster, which garnered blowback by Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) who promised “scorched-Earth” policymaking if Republicans retake the chamber. 

Life News reports:

While Democrats initially promised to preserve the filibuster, the evidence is clear that they are getting ready to go “nuclear” so they can eliminate it.

They are desperate to get their radical wish list – nationalization of elections, the misnamed Equality Act and a massive amnesty bill – passed at any cost. Even Joe Biden, who said he opposed eliminating the filibuster just 10 days ago, now says he’s open to “reform.”

The threat is real, my friends. So much so that Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell went to the Senate floor yesterday to strongly warn his colleagues what a “scorched-earth Senate” would look like if Democrats nuke the filibuster. He said:

“This is an institution that requires unanimous consent to turn the lights on before noon. To proceed with a garden-variety floor speech. To dispense with the reading of lengthy legislative text. To schedule committee business. . .

“I want my colleagues to imagine a world where every single task requires a physical quorum — for which the vice president does not count, by the way. . . This is not a trade-off between trampling etiquette but then getting to quickly transform the country. That’s a false choice. . .

“This chaos would not open up an express lane to liberal change. . . The Senate would be more like a hundred-car pile-up. Nothing moving.”

Now that committees in the Legislature are pretty much over and it’s just full-steam ahead trying to kill radical bills on the floor, I just wanted to thank all those New Mexicans who fought alongside me during the committee process and offered testimony against Democrat bills that will hurt New Mexicans. We cannot save our state if we don’t stand up and fight. 

Do you think the filibuster will be eliminated with a 50/50 Senate? If so, what do you think the pro-abortion Democrats wil ltry to push through?

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Allan Batteiger
Allan Batteiger
1 year ago

The republicans have rolled over so much in the past, the Democrats rightly now expect them to roll over again. I am not there are enough republicans in the Senate to make a difference. The Rhinos will kiss Democrats ass and pass their laws to the detriment of us all

Last edited 1 year ago by Allan Batteiger