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Ex-combat pilot Amy McGrath challenges Mitch McConnell

Ex-combat pilot Amy McGrath challenges Mitch McConnell

Amy McGrath, a former US Marine combat pilot, said on Tuesday she would challenge Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in 2020. McGrath spent 20 years in the Marines, flying 89 combat missions. She narrowly lost to Republican Representative Andy Barr in November. McConnell, 77, said he looked forward to the contest.

Star Alien
Star Alien 1 year

McConnell literally ground the country to a halt for 8 yrs.

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 1 year

Go McGrath!! Dems need to take back the Senate majority as well. Because if McConnell is gone but the Republicans still hold the senate they will replace him with someone just as worse.

KC 1 year

KY get out and vote!! McConnell is our last line of defense against these commies!

Minnie De Mouse
Minnie De Mouse 1 year

She don't stand a chance in hell she is just like every other liberal socialist fascists demokkkrat

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 1 year

One article said the things the voters of KY wanted Trump to do are not being done because of McConnell. Hmm, I'd say that has a lot more to do with the Dem controlled House. But even more ponderous is why would electing a Dem to the Senate make things better?!

Grand Ol Propaganda
Grand Ol Propaganda 8 months

Moscow Mitch isn't going to be around long. Neither is his corrupt wife..... You can catch all the pitches that GOP throws you, but it's a fact he's done. That thumb with no face is ghost!

Rocky LeBlanc
Rocky LeBlanc 1 year

Hahahaha. Ok good luck in a state that is +30 to the R. This is the next Beto style media hype up, but far more hopeless.

The Civic Nationalist
The Civic Nationalist 1 year

🤣 Go for it sweet heart, ''m sure the Democrat media hype will get you plenty of donations you can use via campaign finance violation to remodel your kitchen, tha''s about the only reason a person in their right mind would try this.

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