‘Mitch McConnell should NOT be GOP leader’- top Senate Republican.

Health Incidents Raise Doubts Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is facing growing doubts about his ability to lead, following two recent health incidents in which he experienced public “freeze-up” episodes, leading some Republicans to question his fitness for the role.

Recent Health Episodes McConnell’s health concerns stem from two separate incidents where he froze during public appearances, one in Kentucky and another in the Capitol. These events, coupled with a prior injury when he suffered a concussion, have raised questions about his well-being.

Republicans Express Doubts Several prominent Republicans, including Senator Josh Hawley, have openly expressed doubts about McConnell’s fitness to lead the Republican Party in the Senate. They question whether he can effectively perform his duties.

McConnell’s Response Mitch McConnell has asserted that he has no intentions of stepping down and cited the Capitol physician’s statement that there is no evidence of a stroke, seizure, or movement disorder. He maintains that he will continue to serve as GOP leader.

Mixed Reactions Among GOP While some senators, like John Thune, have expressed full support for McConnell, others, including Ted Cruz, Lindsey Graham, Mike Braun, Ron Johnson, Rand Paul, and Rick Scott, have raised concerns. The division within the GOP highlights the uncertainty surrounding McConnell’s leadership.

Call for Term Limits The recent health incidents involving McConnell and Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein have reignited calls for term limits in Congress. Some argue that term limits would ensure fresh leadership and prevent politicians from remaining in office when health concerns arise.

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