LOUISVILLE, Kentucky — Team Mitch today launched a new statewide ad campaign introducing Kentuckians to another pillar of Amy McGrath’s radical, left-wing agenda — her refusal to accept the results of the 2016 election. “More” shows McGrath’s outrage about the results of the 2016 election as well as how she would actively work with Washington Democrats to remove President Trump from office.
“Amy McGrath cannot fool Kentuckians into thinking she is a pro-Trump Democrat because she is just as extreme as Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and their cast of liberal colleagues,” said McConnell Senate Committee campaign manager Kevin Golden. “By denying the results of the 2016 election and supporting President Trump’s impeachment, McGrath silences the voice of each Kentuckian who voted for President Trump. Leader McConnell is President Trump’s strongest ally in the Senate and works with the President to advance Kentucky’s priorities. McGrath wants to silence Kentuckians, but as the only one of four Congressional leaders not from New York or California, Leader McConnell is a megaphone for the Bluegrass.”
Click here to watch “More.”
ANNOUNCER: Amy McGrath is far-left on more than just abortion.
AMY MCGRATH: The election of 2016 and Donald Trump, my response to that was not, “Oh, hell no.” You know, it was, “OH, HELL NO!” I am not accepting of this.
ANNOUNCER: McGrath supported impeachment — and wanted President Trump removed.
ANNOUNCER: Mitch McConnell stopped the impeachment circus.
ANNOUNCER: Extreme Amy McGrath.
AMY MCGRATH: OH, HELL NO!
ANNOUNCER: The wrong path for Kentucky.
MITCH MCCONNELL: I’m Mitch McConnell and I approved this message.
Amy McGrath refuses to accept the results of the 2016 Presidential election, exclaiming “OH, HELL NO!” when asked. (PerSisters Panel, 3/8/2018)
Shortly after the Senate acquitted President Trump in February 2020, McGrath said she would have voted for removal and cited “overwhelming evidence provided by the House…” (Lexington Herald-Leader, 2/5/2020)
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell led the Senate in voting to acquit President Trump, proving himself to be President Trump’s most important ally (Associated Press, 2/6/2020)