Conservative radio host Mark Levin excoriated Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, calling him a “pathetic joke” with blood on his hands, for mishandling the Iran nuclear agreement and allowing a vote that all but assured the deal would remain in place.
Instead of treating the Iran deal as a treaty, as Sen. Ted Cruz suggested — which would have required 67 votes to pass — McConnell allowed a vote on disapproval to take place Thursday that did not pass, as most Senate Democrats and independents banded together to prevent it.
It was a “show” vote that McConnell had to know wouldn’t pass, but got Republicans on record as disapproving of the deal while doing nothing to stop it.
“You will have blood on the hands for the rest of your life, and so will the Republican Party,” Levin blasted.
“You’re no better than him,” Levin said, referring to President Barack Obama.”As a matter of fact, you’re worse than him. We know what he is and you pretend to be something you’re not. The wrath of the nation should fall on your head.”
Listen to the entire, incredible rant below via RightScoop.
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