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Mitch McConnell asked how many black women he has on staff to help inform him on Biden's SCOTUS nominee

The mainstream media asks a lot of stupid questions, but Pablo Manriquez of Latino Rebels was the one to ask Sen. Mitch McConnell how many black women he had on staff to help inform his decision about President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee. We’re not familiar with Latino Rebels, but Forbes thought the question was worth highlighting on its feed.

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As usual, McConnell nails it.

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https://twitter.com/RoguishBabel/status/1488620474015834112

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It’s true, he didn’t need to say anything after “but.”


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