National radio host Todd Starnes responded to Senate Republicans cutting ad spending heading into the November midterms.
“Since Aug. 1, the NRSC has cut ad buys in the battleground states of Pennsylvania ($7.5 million), Arizona ($3.5 million), Wisconsin ($2.5 million) and Nevada ($1.5 million), according to the ad tracking service AdImpact,” Politico reports.
“That tells me that the Senate, they’re having some difficulties,” Starnes said.
Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) said he wasn’t sure why that was the case when Starnes asked him earlier in the show.
“Why is it that the Senate is in turmoil right now on the Republican side?” Starnes asked the audience.
“I would I would just throw this out as a theory, one word, one word, turtle,” he said.
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Many have compared Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) to a turtle in memes online.
I am 100% convinced TURTLE McConnell does NOT want a GOP dominated senate. He’s ancient, tired, lazy & being majority ldr. is more work than being minority ldr. #SelfishPrickMcConnell pic.twitter.com/xPwAGNMExQ— Girlygirl (@GirlygirlinMN) August 7, 2022