MSNBC Whines Sinema & McConnell Said Nice Things to Each Other

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On MSNBC’s The 11th Hour, host Stephanie Ruhle and her two guests complained on Monday that Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell and Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema dared to share a stage together at a public event and say nice things about each other. Since McConnell is hated by the fire breathing leftists on MSNBC for successfully confirming all three of former President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominees, and Sinema is despised for not going along with Biden’s radical leftist agenda, they are both public enemy number one for MSNBC. 

The McConnell and Sinema hatefest started when Ruhle turned to weekend host Jonathan Capehart and asked if he can “explain this as a political strategy?”

Capehart couldn’t make sense of it, and claimed to understand McConnell’s strategy, claiming “I don’t know if he’s trying to own the libs, but he’s certainly trolling the libs.”

“Of course he thinks she’s the most effective first term Senator, she blocked a lot of the stuff that he couldn’t do as minority leader, by insisting that the filibuster not be reformed so let’s say voting rights could happen, voting rights reform could happen, that other bills could be passed, codifying Roe, standing in the way of the agenda of the Democratic President,” Capehart cried. 

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“I think she is the most inscrutable politician around for me right now,” turncoat Republican and Bulwark grifter Tim Miller whined, referring to Sinema. 

“Kyrsten Sinema is in a state Joe Biden won, and she hasn’t made clear what her policy agendas, or what vision is and why she would buck the party,” Miller cried, adding that he believes “that she thinks she’s been a maverick, but it really ain’t working.” 

MSNBC spends every waking moment on air crying about the death of American democracy and as soon as a Republican and Democrat get together in public to compliment each other, it becomes a scandal. 

They have no credibility left to complain. 

This segment was made possible by Chase. Their information is linked. 

To read the relevant transcript click “expand”:

MSNBC’s The 11th Hour
9/26/2022
11:39:12 p.m. Eastern

STEPHANIE RUHLE: I need you two to explain how this one works. I want to ask you about Arizona Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema. She left Arizona and flew to Kentucky today, where she spoke at an event with none other than Mitch McConnell. At that event, McConnell called her the most effective first term Senator he has seen during his 37 years in the Senate. Jonathan, to you first. Can you explain this as a political strategy? 

JONATHAN CAPEHART: Sinema’s political strategy? I have no idea. But I do understand why Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell invited her to Kentucky. One to troll—I don’t know if he’s trying to own the libs, but he’s certainly trolling the libs. But also to call her the most effective first-term Senator.

It’s not damning with faint praise, but of course he thinks she’s the most effective first term Senator, she blocked a lot of the stuff that he couldn’t do as minority leader, by insisting that the filibuster not be reformed so let’s say voting rights could happen, voting rights reform could happen, that other bills could be passed, codifying Roe, standing in the way of the agenda of the Democratic President. 

RUHLE: I get why Mitch McConnell is weighing this. But why would Kyrsten Sinema be, Tim? 

TIM MILLER: I think she is the most inscrutable politician around for me right now. The best answer I have to that is that she thinks she’s kind of doing this John McCain maverick imitation in reverse. But there’s a lot of ways that that’s not working, number one John McCain had some very clear issues that he is different with the party on. He was pretty loyal to the party on a lot of stuff. and he had a few things that mattered to him. Torture, campaign finance, immigration. That he bucked the party on. The voters understood, that’s where he was. What exactly is Kyrsten Sinema’s position, besides just wanting to be obstructionist, wanting to make Mitch McConnell happy? 

Having some very weird particular complaints about the way that the Senate works? Wanting to help out the hedge fund guys? It’s not like a populist maverick style that I think has any appeal, and so I’ve been the number one Joe Manchin stan on MSNBC, I think what he’s doing makes a lot of sense, he’s in a deep red state, it makes sense for him to buck the party on things. Kyrsten Sinema is in a state Joe Biden won, and she hasn’t made clear what her policy agendas, or what vision is and why she would buck the party. I think that she thinks she’s been a maverick, but it really ain’t working.

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