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After weeks of delay, the top Republican in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, acknowledged on Tuesday that Joe Biden will be the next president, following an Electoral College vote that officially certified his win on Monday. Aired on 12/16/2020.
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54 Comments on "Sen. McConnell Finally Recognizes Biden’s Victory | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. The turtle came out of his shell

  2. I must say, I doubt his sincerity, although he may be doubting the outcome of the Georgia senate race going the way he would like.

  3. Ricardo Thrash | December 16, 2020 at 9:07 AM | Reply

    Don’t be stupid miss,the republisnakes are only cutting their losses because they don’t have the guts to try to disenfranchise 4 states that they would have to answer for.

  4. 👎👎👎👎

  5. McConnell was the worst before Trump. During Trump he’s showed his corrupt side.

  6. Hate Is taught you cant pick your color at birth | December 16, 2020 at 9:59 AM | Reply

    Remember Georgia and county: Moscow Mitch McConnell is the reason for ALL the food lines in America! He collects a check from our taxes, but couldn’t help families put food on the table.

  7. Any congressman that has signed that lawsuit or even contest the validity of the election should be all charged with sedition and all be thrown out of congress.

  8. carlos jose lamendez | December 16, 2020 at 10:08 AM | Reply

    THERE NO STUIMIS CHECKS ALL FOR THE BUNESES N FRIGE THE SMALL BUNESS N INVIABLE PEOPLE THE 12 HUNDRED BACK IN MARCH LAST WE GIONG TO SEE

  9. Does it matter what any of them think or say ? They don’t get to decide .

  10. I think he about to catch the Aeroflot back to Russia, mission failed!

  11. Remember when the phrase “I reject your reality and substitute my own” was spoken ironically?

    • Crispin Fornoff | December 16, 2020 at 1:08 PM | Reply

      @Emsley Wyatt I agree completely, and many, many democrats such as Adam Schiff and Chuck Schumer said they had evidence that Trump knew about interference and had helped Russia interfere, and they showed absolutely none of the supposed “evidence”. That’s why there are millions of misinformed Americans who thought Trump colluded with Russia.

    • @Emsley Wyatt “Russian interference” ended up amounting to maybe 100 YouTube accounts with 10 followers. Their interference was negligible at best. And by the way, that same “interference” is seen in every election, but only got covered in 2016 as an excuse for why the establishment lost. 3+ years of investigations and the only finding was that the entire investigation was started by a fake dossier that was created and funded by the dnc and pushed through the Obamas FBI through dishonest means.

    • @Mr. Natural 🤣🤣 how soon we forget….  
      https://www.justice.gov/storage/report.pdf
      🤣🤣https://www.courthousenews.com/evidence-against-accused-russian-nra-plant-kept-under-wraps/

    • @Mr. Natural The Steele investigation, which led to the Steele dossier, was initiated by one of trump’s Republican opponents and only “taken over” by the dems when it was clear that trump was going to be the Republican nominee. Paying for it was a given since taking it for free would have been a campaign finance violation. As for it being fake, well, you as the purchasing party certainly WANT it to be true because a) you’re paying for it and b) anybody can just make stuff up for free. And once the allegations were out there (true or not) the FBI (which, by the way belongs not to Obama, but to all of us) would have been guilty of extreme dereliction of duty NOT to look into it.

    • @Emsley Wyatt so a corrupt party bought it from a corrupt party? Gasp. Either way, the entire investigation found nothing. But the Russia narrative is too good for the media’s bottom line (thanks to people like you who latch onto it) to let go so they have to keep covering everything as if it’s Russia.

  12. LORDJΑSΩN4DCHECKERS | December 16, 2020 at 10:19 AM | Reply

    Four year conclusion: pee-pee gate was real

    • Jack McGonigle | December 16, 2020 at 4:39 PM | Reply

      @Jerry Hate if you say so

    • @Jack McGonigle trump will never go to prison but hi will see a holding cell then someone will end him because he knows to much and has a big mouth cia or the maga deep state 😀😀

    • Jack McGonigle | December 16, 2020 at 5:02 PM | Reply

      @Jerry Hate lol cool story bro

    • @John Swo Did you read the Steele dossier? Did you read the Mueller report. There was nothing in the Steele Dossier that was proven true. And, if the Mueller report had a shred of soemthing they could pin on Trump, the Dems would have. They did not. They switched tacts to Ukraine.
      Please tell us what in the Steele dossier was true???

    • @Jerry Hate pee, dirtbag… does not sound like words used in a lucid argument. But, best of all, “probably true”. Thought you said it was PROVEN mostly true. Which is it? Make up your mind.

  13. This evil troll is always plotting with a smile ‼️🤨

    • @Al Jonstone EXACTLY 💯

    • @Mr. Natural McConnell is as far as I can tell and every member of his caucus are completely committed to cutting taxes on the rich and aid to the poor and middle class. McConnell increased his own personal wealth from $3.4 million in 2004 to $27.2 million in 2010. What was a time when most americans were seeing their wealth dissipate during the greatest recession in modern history yet McConnell is still devilishly increasing his networth‼️🤨

    • @Gary Young Absolutely, I agree with you. I think he’s an atrocious swamp rat. *whispers* but so is everyone else in congress with a D or R next to their name. Every one of them has made millions in congress. Even the honorable AOC has profited off her office and now lives in a luxury apartment we peasants couldn’t fathom affording. I’m trying to open peoples eyes here, people who can easily detect the corruption on the “other side”, but refuse to see the obvious corruption on their own.

    • Richard Batchelder | December 16, 2020 at 2:48 PM | Reply

      We can ALL thank President TRUMP for getting the Covid vaccine to the American people in record time..!! But the whiners will always have something to cry about.!!!

    • @Richard Batchelder Yet unfortunately there is no vaccine for your ignorance‼️🤦🏾‍♂️

  14. So this chapter in the social studies books has FINALLY ended. Good luck for the kids that will try to pass this chapter. Woo this is a crazy time!!

  15. Christina Jacobsson | December 16, 2020 at 11:07 AM | Reply

    He is Gollum, without his good qualities. So false!

  16. Moscow Mitch would sell his mother to Putin if it means he can stay in power. This man has no human sole.

  17. It’s refreshing not having Joe interrupting and yelling every second, finally we can hear all panelists.

  18. This turtle finally acknowledged it. Though he’s likely just kissing up now because Vladimir Putin congratulated Biden ahead of him.

  19. When we’ve lost Mitch McConnell, we’ve lost the Republican Party.

  20. “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.”—Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)

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