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    A few days after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell commended Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona for being a champion of cooperation, political analyst Steve Bannon asserted that there is more at play.

    According to The Washington Post, Sinema appeared at the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville on Monday and was presented by McConnell as the “most effective first-term senator” he has seen during his time in the Senate.

    Thursday, Bannon provided his analysis, which assumes that the Republican Party will gain control of the Senate in November’s elections. The Senate is now evenly divided, but the Democrats have the majority because Vice President Kamala Harris is the tie-breaker.

    “Senator Sinema is looking downrange at the ‘24 cycle when the Republicans will only increase the majority they win in the Senate in ‘22 …the ‘24 cycle is that strong — watch her switch parties or go ‘independent’ and caucus with the Majority,” Bannon posted on GETTR.

    According to a source from The Hill, McConnell was “cozying up” to Sinema, as stated by Bannon.

    The remark referred to McConnell’s introduction of Sinema, in which the Kentucky Republican declared, “She is, today, what we have too few of in the Democratic Party: a genuine moderate and a dealmaker.”

    Sinema praised McConnell in his native state.

    “Despite our apparent differences, Sen. McConnell and I have forged a friendship, one that is rooted in our commonalities, including our pragmatic approach to legislating, our respect for the Senate as an institution,” she added.

    She also made a mysterious remark concerning the majority.

    “As you all know, control changes between the House and the Senate every couple of years. It’s likely to change again in just a few weeks” Sinema said.

    Arizona Democrat Ruben Gallego responded to the statement with a sarcastic tweet.

    More on this story via The Western Journal:

    Sinema then called her view about abolishing the filibuster “incredibly unpopular.”

    Sinema said she would toughen Senate rules to force more issues to need 60 votes for passage.

    “It would make it harder for us to confirm judges. And it would make it harder for us to confirm executive appointments in each administration,” she said, but it would also create “more of that middle ground in all parts of our governance.” CONTINUE READING…

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