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McConnell Freezes Mid-Speech For Second Time Within a Month [Video]



Clear Facts:

  • Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell faced another pause during his speech in a press conference on Wednesday.
  • This marked the second such incident within a month, with the first occurring during a GOP press conference in July.
  • Earlier in March, McConnell had been injured with a concussion and broken rib after a fall in a Washington hotel.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell experienced another pause during a press conference on Wednesday, making it the second such instance within just a few weeks.

Hosting the press conference in Kentucky, McConnell seemed to lose his train of thought when confronted by a reporter’s query about “running for reelection in 2026.”

Having assumed his senatorial role in 1985, McConnell attempted to voice a response but then trailed off into an uneasy silence.

A prolonged, roughly 10-second hush was disrupted when an aide approached him to verify if he had discerned the question.

McConnell’s subdued reply was a whispered “Yes,” yet this was followed by another lapse of silence.

An apologetic aide then interjected, stating, “Alright, I’m sorry, y’all, we’re gonna need a minute.”

After a brief exchange between the aide, another assistant, and McConnell — where McConnell’s comments were largely inaudible — he seemed to regain his footing.


Subsequently, the aide solicited the next question.

Once settled, McConnell addressed a query regarding former President Donald Trump, firmly choosing not to comment on the presidential race’s context.

For context, late in July, McConnell also had a momentary disruption during a weekly GOP press conference, leading to his colleagues from the Senate having to guide him away.

It’s noteworthy to mention that McConnell had previously been injured with a concussion and a broken rib due to a fall at a hotel located in Washington, D.C., during March.

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  1. Brian Stansbury

    September 1, 2023 at 6:52 am

    term limits and age limits need to apply…these old shitheads dont know if they are coming or going !!!

    • Ian Smith

      September 19, 2023 at 11:52 am

      We already have both, it’s called “elections”. The positive spin is the voters consciously keep electing them, while the cynical response is your vote doesn’t count since the Swamp protects its own.

  2. tom

    September 1, 2023 at 7:22 am

    Time to go RINO

  3. Sean Richman

    September 1, 2023 at 7:39 pm

    When is it time.There are so many incompetent politicians on both sides that are making AMERICA look weak,and not only biden and pelosi.AMERICA’S government reeks of corruption,are we doomed ??

  4. Mountain man

    September 10, 2023 at 8:51 am

    Most companies try to force employees to retire after 65 so if it’s good enough for us then it’s good enough for their dead azz too…trouble is these freaks love that power trip ..they lose that “control “ they lose everything

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