Establishment donors in the Republican Party are shifting their support away from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and towards South Dakota Senator John Thune — who supports tougher regulation on left-wing Big Tech monopolies like Facebook — over the primary loss of Luther Strange to former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama Roy Moore, GotNews has learned.
Sources tell GotNews that frustration with McConnell’s handling of key bills and leadership of the Republican Senate majority has been building.
McConnell’s backing of failed Alabama Senatorial candidate Luther Strange has focused the spotlight on the need for new Republican leadership in the Senate.
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Senior South Dakota Senator John Thune has been mentioned as a possible replacement for McConnell. Thune’s support for tougher regulation on left-wing Big Tech monopolies like Facebook would be a boon to President Donald J. Trump‘s anti-political correctness conservative base.
In 2016, Thune wrote a letter to Facebook demanding answers to reports that Facebook’s biased trending news team was deliberately suppressing stories from conservative outlets to advance a left-wing agenda.
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