Republicans: Vice President Pence, Senate Majority Leader McConnell and House Minority Leader McCarthy, Won’t Attend President Trump’s Goodbye Ceremony

Good riddance from the GOP!

You can really tell who your friends are sometimes and the GOP leadership are no friend to President Trump.   Despite President Trump receiving more legitimate votes than any presidential candidate in history, the Republican leadership are happy to see him gone.  They already forgot his name.

The Independent reported:

Republican leaders are skipping President Trump’s farewell event to instead attend church with incoming President Joe Biden on the day of his inauguration.

Senate Majority Leader, soon-to-be Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy will both attend church with Mr Biden, Axios reports. It’s a snub symbolising a possible GOP establishment break with Donald Trump and a sign of unity for the country.

Vice President Mike Pence is also skipping Mr Trump’s event but is reportedly not going to attend church with Mr Biden. Washington Post White House reporter Josh Dawsey tweeted that attending both Mr Trump’s event and Mr Biden’s inauguration would be logistically challenging for Mr Pence.

Mr Trump’s sendoff will take place at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. He has requested the event to include the military, with a band and maybe a flyover.

VP Pence showed his disdain for the President, the Constitution, Law and Order and America when he validated the invalid election results from multiple swing states in the Capitol Building on January 6th:

Senator McConnell has been after the President his entire term and has shown it repeatedly since the November election.  Is this because he and his wife are knee deep in corrupt activities with China?

Minority Leader McCarthy takes credit for the House winning every close race and all the toss up races in November as if it was because of his work while giving no credit to the President:

These idiots have no idea how their actions have ripped Trump supporters away from the Republican Party. 

While they say good riddance to the greatest President of our lifetimes, Trump supporters are saying good riddance to them.


Via The Gateway Pundit 

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