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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell complained about the nickname “Moscow Mitch” during a radio interview, calling it “modern day McCarthyism.” On TheHugh Hewitt Show show Tuesday, the Kentucky Republican said it was “unbelievable for a Cold Warrior like me who spent a career standing up to the Russians to be given a moniker like that.” McConnell said he “can laugh about things like the Grim Reaper, but calling me Moscow Mitch is over the top.” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called McConnell “Moscow Mitch” in August for his inaction on legislation for election security and gun restrictions.
“I can’t believe it, Hugh. You just have one isolated incident in which you threaten the president to stop him from discussing Russian ratfucking of the election, and then you give the president elected with the help of Russian ratfuckers complete immunity for his unprecedented misconduct, and then block each and every proposal to make the 2020 elections harder for people to ratfuck, and people give you a nickname suggesting you’re a collaborator with Russian ratfuckers. It’s very, very hurtful. And besides, everyone knows that if you opposed a Communist government when official Republican policy was to oppose that government you logically must also oppose a right-wing authoritarian government that is helping Republicans get elected. That’s just common sense.”
The nickname doesn’t annoy him because it’s false.