EVERYONE NEEDS TO SEE THIS! Democrats have been misquoting Mitch McConnell for 4 years now!!
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I was going to break down this video but everyone needs to see this and understand just how much the Dems got it wrong. This is a must see video for everyone all the way through. I mean we knew the mainstream media was wrong but they really got it wrong trying to muddy the working relationship waters.
In the interview with Woodward, Scarborough admits that he had been reading misleading reports that only partially quoted McConnell and assumed that it was Congressional Republicans priority to block Obama and the Democrats from achieving their legislative objectives.
I’ve got to admit, just by reading press reports, I didn’t know the other side of the Mitch McConnell quote. And I think I, at least, owe him an apology here on the air because we’ve repeated it a thousand times where Mitch McConnell says, my one priority, my top priority is preventing a second Obama term. But you actually pull out what nobody in the media pulls out, and that’s the rest of Mitch McConnell’s statement.
“But McConnell went on to say — and it’s just never been reported — McConnell went on to say, but if he changes, I want to work with him, and basically that’s the attitude of if the guy will meet us halfway — and I see John Heilemann rolling his eyes around the set, but time and time and time again, republicans offered suggestions, and time and time and time again, the first two years, the president rejected them outright,” Scarborough concluded.
Woodward went on to say that even after the Republican’s won a sweeping midterm election in 2010, the GOP was open to compromising with the president. He says that House Majority Leader, Rep. John Boehner (R-OH), went out of his way to court the president and offer to provide the assistance of his caucus if there could be mutually acceptable compromise during the debt ceiling negations in 2011.
“It was the John Boehner, the Speaker, who came to Obama, not the other way around,” said Woodward. “The Speaker came to Obama and said, ‘We need to work something out here.’ And he proposed – instead of tax increases – he proposed tax reform.”