McConnell rebukes Coretta Scott King and Hillary Clinton as cofounders of ISIS
WASHINGTON D.C. -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made headlines Thursday when the Republican Senator accused Coretta Scott King and President Hillary Rodham Clinton of co-founding ISIS.
McConnell discovered the connection among ISIS, Clinton, and King, he said, when a Sen. Elizabeth Warren, "had the temerity to read segments from a letter written by King in which the widow of MLK denounced Senator Jeff Sessions record of persecuting black people. It was very rude," McConnell told Redstate.
"I know about rude women. In accusing a white, openly racist man of hating black people, Coretta Scott King revealed herself to be a rude woman," McConnell said. "Therefore she and Hillary Clinton founded ISIS. Therefore we cannot listen to their horrible, horrible words. That's just logic. A fact. Yet, why isn't this obvious to Elizabeth Warren, the founder of Planned Parenthood?"