I used to wonder, “How does Mitch McConnell sleep at night?” I’ve come to the realization, though, that Mitch McConnell doesn’t sleep. He doesn’t need to sleep. He is a swamp monster himself, and therefore he requires no sleep. As a matter of fact, McConnell is one of the main caretakers of the swamp, and he is ready to work with Trump and the GOP to stock the swamp with new blood.
Believe it or not McConnell -- the very man who worked diligently to block President Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court for months -- said that the Democrats need to “grow up” and let Trump cabinet nominees get confirmed – that Congress should press ahead with confirmation hearings despite wide-spread concerns over some (many) with shady and questionable backgrounds.
Who needs vetting? Who cares about conflicts of interest? Who cares about any sort of check on these swamp monsters before they submerge into the swamp?
Pictured at the right: Mitch McConnell says, "Bend over -- this won't hurt one bit."
Still, how does Mitch McConnell sleep at night? Oh, that's right. He doesn't.
By Emmett Lee Dickinson:
They never saw the Office of Government Ethics –
They never saw a thorough a vetting process by
congressional committee –
Yes, know I how a rush to push through nominees
without investigation looks
And what a Bamboozle be.
They only want to speak with GOP,
And visit the gold Trump Tower –
So certain are they of their sham
As if the Checks were given to put them into power –
By Emily Dickinson:
I never saw a Moor –
I never saw the Sea –
Yet know I how the Heather looks
And what a Billow be.
I never spoke with God,
Nor visited in Heaven –
Yet certain am I of the spot
As if the Checks were given