In case you didn’t know Mitch McConnell was a total sell out he decided to prove it with this recent move

Americans have been watching both sides of Congress argue over the so-called “infrastructure” bill for what seems like an eternity now.

Democrats want more spending, and Republicans say no, or so they told America.

And in case you didn’t know Mitch McConnell was a total sellout he decided to prove it with this recent move.

It feels like the bloated “infrastructure” bill Biden has been trying to get through Congress has been on a 24-hour news loop for the last 8 months.

The $1.2 trillion legislation was negotiated between the White House and the so-called “bipartisan” group of Senators.

In reality, those Republican Senators in the group were nothing more than a bunch of RINO sellouts.

This piece of legislation has been plagued since day one, and the White House actually renamed it when many started questioning the fact that it didn’t really include any “infrastructure.”

It’s now conveniently called the “human infrastructure” bill.

Right, because that’s what this is about, “humans.”

After endless back and forth, the bill received the support of 19 Republican Senators, including Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

This was an absolute slap at the American people and a clear sign of where the loyalty of these supposed Republicans lies.

Former President Donald Trump blasted McConnell ahead of the Tuesday vote, calling him “the most overrated man in politics.”

“Nobody will ever understand why Mitch McConnell allowed this non-infrastructure bill to be passed. He has given up all of his leverage for the big whopper of a bill that will follow. I have quietly said for years that Mitch McConnell is the most overrated man in politics — now I don’t have to be quiet anymore,” Trump said in a statement.

Now that this bill has easily cleared the hurdle of a Senate vote, majority leader Chuck Schumer says they will “immediately” turn to the Democratic-led $3.5 trillion “human” infrastructure package.

Because saddling the American people, $1.2 trillion isn’t enough for the Democrats.

The larger bill will likely be passed through reconciliation, which only requires a simple majority and can avoid the filibuster that the Democrats have unsuccessfully tried to do away with.

Stay tuned to Conservative Underground News for any updates to this ongoing story.