It’s been tough for Mitch McConnell lately. Like Ted Cruz, he attempted to drum up some support for himself on Facebook when things went utterly, disastrously, horrifyingly wrong for him.
Last month, Ted Cruz posted a “poll” on Facebook asking if people were better off now than when Obamacare was signed into law four years ago. While he expected the usual echo chamber response, the comments quickly filled to the brim with support for the Affordable Care Act.
While conservatives should have learned from Green Eggs and Bullsh*t‘s utter humiliation, McConnell decided that he would just try something similar and hope for the best:
He was probably expecting an influx of “Get rid of Reid” style comments, but what he got was…stomped. The comment section flooded with remarks indicating that America does not want him to lead the Senate–or anything else:
Perhaps conservatives will learn a lesson from this. Their time is done. America has stopped wetting the bed and has begun to put on its ‘big boy pants.’