Ali Alexander Promises ‘Stop The Steal’ Will Remove Mitch McConnell Next
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell voted to acquit former President Donald Trump, but some of the twice-impeached Trump’s most avid fans say they’re coming for him anyway. Ali Alexander, a leader of the ‘Stop the Steal’ movement, says that the group that fought to overturn the election results will now turn at least part of their focus on the Republican leader.
Some of the group that fought hard to overturn Donald Trump’s election loss are not happy with Senator McConnell for his refusal to fight harder to help Trump stay in office after Joe Biden won the 2020 Presidential election, and for his comments following the acquittal. Though McConnell voted both to consider an impeachment trial after the accused has left office unconstitutional, and to acquit, Ali Alexander says the group is “coming for” him.
In the screenshot above, from Alexander’s Gab profile, he warns McConnell, then links to a Stop The Steal donation page.
McConnell admitted, after the acquittal, that he recognized Trump’s role in the January 6th attack, calling him “practically and morally responsible.”
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who voted to acquit Donald Trump, says the former President is "practically and morally responsible" for provoking the events on January 6, calling his actions before the riot "a disgraceful dereliction of duty" pic.twitter.com/pWGaEelY6d
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He also reportedly asked Senators to stay out of Trump’s fight to invalidate the Georgia elections, fearing that the former president’s lies about election integrity in the single state that was still carrying out Senate elections would keep Republicans away from the polls, shifting the balance of the Senate.
McConnell, who has been in office since 1985 and is 78 years old, and whose current term runs until 2027, hasn’t said whether he plans to run for re-election again.