Support of Mitch McConnell is going to end up the same way it did in the House.
This lie about the continuing resolution is obscene. If Mitch and his gang did their job, we would actually be able to stop funding abortions and keep the government open.
How stupid do they think we are? The game is almost over. Call your senators and tell them, if they continue to play this game and listen to the leadership like Mcconnell they will answer at election time.
You just pulled this off in the House with JB. Send the same message to the Senate.
Look at this grotesque lie from Orrin Hatch. He claims to be pro-life. When he doesn't tell you that by passing the appropriations bills that the House and Senate are supposed to do, they could cut the funding and keep the government open, he is no better than the worst progressive Democrat.
As Jeremiah was told to tell the people of Israel: "stop listening to the liars!"
Their time is up. Ours has just begun. Stand with The Lord. It is never wrong to save lives.
Here is what Hatch just posted. It makes me sick to see what this once great man has become.
Tonight, Senator Hatch voted against a government shutdown that he and national pro-life leaders believe would actually harm the pro-life movement. While supportive of attempts to defund the abortion provider, Hatch urged a smarter approach that would lead to a lasting pro-life victory, as opposed to short-term political points.
Hatch was joined in this position by numerous other pro-life leaders and organizations, such as National Right to Life, who have also opposed a dangerous government shutdown that would hurt the movement as well as the economy of states like Utah.
Please. Even if your senators are Orrin Hatch and Mitch himself: CALL THEM. Let everyone on the Hill know how isolated Mitch McConnell is.
Now is the time. Pass this to everyone you know.
Featured Image: Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) (C) talks with reporters after leaving the Senate floor at the U.S. Capitol May 18, 2015 in Washington, DC. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said that he will postpone the Senate's Memorial Day recess until lawmakers tackle a trade bill, renewal of the Patriot Act and funding for federal highways. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)