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Far-left pop icon Cher wondered whether American could survive another four years of President Donald Trump, or “Putin’s choice for presiden...

Cher Wonders: Can America Survive Four More Years of ‘Putin’s Choice’ Trump

Far-left pop icon Cher wondered whether American could survive another four years of President Donald Trump, or “Putin’s choice for president” after “Moscow Mitch” McConnell blocked a Senate vote on an election security bill.

“WHATEVER MUST B DONE, “MUST B DONE.”FK PLAYING BY RULES.”MOSCOW MITCH” DIDNT LET SENATE VOTE ON BILL 2 SAVE ELECTION FROM RUSSIAN DOMINATION, BECAUSE HE WANTS”PUTIN’S CHOICE”4 PRESIDENT.” Cher said, blasting Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) for blocking of a vote on an election security bill this week.

“GOP IS, ITS NOW DJT’S PARTY. can [America] survive 4 more yrs of @RealDonaldTrump,” she said.


Cher also claimed recently that Trump only focuses on two things: making more money and becoming a dictator. “Mitch McConnell is a Russian” trended on Twitter early Saturday monring after the Senate majority leader blocked Democrat efforts to pass election security legislation.

Despite Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) claim that the election security bill was “common sense,” the House version of the bill passed with only one Republican vote, making it overwhelmingly partisan.

McConnell contended that the Senate should instead take up bipartisan measures to secure America’s elections and that the Democrats who are pushing this bill continue to propagate the “conspiracy theory” of collusion between the 2016 Donald Trump campaign and the Russian government.

The Kentucky Republican also blocked a request to pass a second election security bill that would allow political candidates, their families, and campaign associates to the report to the Federal Bureau of Investigation when they receive offers of assistance from foreign governments.

The Senate majority leader claims that states, not the federal government, should handle elections. McConnell also said that Congress has already addressed concerns over election security that arose from Russia’s cyber attacks during the 2016 presidential election.