Mitch McConnell just made this jaw-dropping endorsement of Joe Biden

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Mitch McConnell is supposed to be the Republican leader in the United States Senate.

Instead, McConnell schemed to sabotage Donald Trump.

And now Mitch McConnell just made this jaw-dropping endorsement of Joe Biden.

Joe Biden disgracefully uses D-Day speech to stage an anti-Trump pep rally

June 6 is a solemn date when Americans honor the heroism and sacrifice of the men who faced down Nazi machine gun fire and stormed the beaches at Normandy.

The D-Day operation began the liberation of Europe and stands as an unrivaled military success in all of human history.

Instead of making the 80th anniversary of this event a celebration of the few remaining veterans – those who survived D-Day are all around 100 years old, and there is no guarantee they will see the 81st anniversary – Joe Biden ranted his way through a speech where he put the spotlight on the war in Ukraine and urged Americans to defeat Donald Trump.

“We cannot let what happened here be lost in the silence of the years to come,” Biden stated.

Biden claimed the bravery the men who fought on these beaches displayed meant America must commit unlimited taxpayer money to Ukraine. 

“The fact that they were heroes here that day does not absolve us of what we have to do today,” Biden added.

Biden declared that he “will not walk away” from the war in Ukraine that Biden keeps escalating at every turn.

Donald Trump is campaigning on ending the war in Ukraine.

Joe Biden declared Americans must defeat Trump because somehow Biden pouring money into a losing war in Ukraine will deter Communist China from invading Taiwan.

“The autocrats of the world are watching closely . . . to surrender to bullies, to bow down to dictators, is simply unthinkable,” Biden declared.

Mitch McConnell endorses Joe Biden’s foreign policy

RINO Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell also took the low road on D-Day.

In a New York Times op-ed, McConnell attacked conservatives and endorsed Joe Biden’s approach to Ukraine.

McConnell smeared opponents of his recent $95 billion foreign aid slush fund as “isolationists” who opposed involvement in World War II.

“We forget how influential isolationists persuaded millions of Americans that the fate of allies and partners mattered little to our own security and prosperity. We gloss over the powerful political forces that downplayed growing danger, resisted providing assistance to allies and partners, and tried to limit America’s ability to defend its national interests,” McConnell sneered.

McConnell then defended the New World Order that liberals brought about in recent decades as a good deal for the American people even though it resulted in open borders, endless wars, and globalist trade deals that shipped jobs overseas. 

“Some vocal corners of the American right are trying to resurrect the discredited brand of prewar isolationism and deny the basic value of the alliance system that has kept the postwar peace,” McConnell wrote.

McConnell should be working to elect Donald Trump and a Republican Senate.

Instead, he’s spending the campaign championing Joe Biden’s foreign policy and installing Senators in office whose chief policy priority is funding Ukraine.