Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hinted today that he has not appreciated Democrat efforts to obstruct normal Senate operations and now, they may face a TERRIBLE retaliation: Being held in Washington with the Senate "in-Session" until late October.
“ Our friends on the other side who have a number of incumbents running for reelection this year are going to want to recess," McConnell said at the Values Voter Summit, an annual gathering of conservatives in Washington.
"It won’t surprise you that I’m making my list and checking it twice," McConnell said.
"That, my friends, is how we’re dealing with obstruction."
If McConnell were to hold the Senate in session at the end of October, it could keep more than two dozen Democrats who are defending their seats this year off the campaign trail in the final days before voters head to the polls.