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Mitch McConnell: ALL FACTS MATTER Including the Ones Politicians Don’t Want You to Know!

Updated: Jul 29, 2019

An Ongoing Investigative Report by John M Jones III (7/23/19)

Mitch McConnel or MitchCon has been in office for 34 yrs., and has only enacted 11 bills, made over $4.6 million dollars, and will get over $3.09 million over 20 yrs. in retirement even though he already has a net worth of over $25 million. In 2014, only 2.5 out of 10 voting age adult Kentuckians voted for him. In 2014 there were at least 50,000 illegal aliens in Kentucky. In 1994, there was at least 3,382 homeless and in 2017 homelessness increased 16% to 4025 homeless which includes so many precious children.

MitchCon represents the entire state of Kentucky which is ranked in the bottom 10 ranking of the best states to live in the US. Kentucky has recently had the worst outbreak of hepatitis A in the nation. Over two years they were given $17,400,000 in federal grants to ‘solve’ the homelessness problem which continues to GROW every year!

Although, ranked 5th on operating efficiently Louisville, Kentucky’s largest city, is expected to have a $65,000,000 million deficit in the next 5 yrs. The entire state had over 20,000 criminal incidents in 2017 and a 79% increase in hate crimes over just ONE year (2016-2017). The poverty rate was 16.7% and upwards of 1 in 5 precious children lived in poverty in 2017. The Kentucky education system produced 25% of the state’s high school students earn the lowest marks possible in math, 33% scored the lowest in reading, and 50% of the state’s elementary students can’t read or perform math at achievement levels when tested. That being said I don’t see how they have a 89% HS graduation rate.

In MitchCon’s state the average person & household made $39k & $61,593K /yr. respectively. The single person cost of living in 2017 was $44,462 which means bills exceeded income by almost $5,000. The average apartment rental was over $1,430 and over $135K to buy a house. The cost of living for an average 4-person family in KY was over $65k/yr. To put the FINAL nail in MitchCon’s coffin he makes 486% more money enriching himself & failing to conduct the peoples’ business in congress 138 days/yr. while the average American in his state must work as much as 260 days/yr. to pay their bills.

The above and below statistics are important facts that justify the need for immediate term limits & the need to be an educated and informed voter. America needs term limits for ALL offices that includes offices as low as a elected dog catcher to congress people and yes even judges. Elected & appointed offices belong to the people, but for too long we have allowed corrupt swamp dwellers & activists judges to retain their offices when they should have been thrown out of office, given a tar & feather bath, and then put in jail.

Support Term Limits by voting for people who will enact them. Voting for people who say they will give you a free ride is just voting for people who want to maintain the swamp and keep the people from having their voices heard. Voting is a sacred right don’t waste it by voting for someone who panders to the lowest common denominator just to get votes! My America IS better than that and it’s NOT racist to say it!

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An Ongoing Investigative Report by John M Jones III (7/29/19)


An Ongoing Investigative Report by John M Jones III (7/2/19)

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Who is Mitch McConnell? He is currently the Senate Majority leader since in 2015. (1)

He’s been in office in office since 1985 or 34 years (1) and has introduced 247 or 7 bills per year. (5)

The bills he’s sponsored that were enacted totaled a mere 11 or 1 bill every 3 legislative years. (5)

His US Senate salary in 1985 was $162,645 ($2014) (6,7) and in 2019 as Leader is $193,400. (7)

While in office (1985-2019) he was paid an est. salary of $4,634,838 ($2014) (not including perks). (7)

Since he only got 11 bills enacted he made an est. income of ~$421,348 per enacted bill. ( 11 / ~$4,634,838 )

He will retire on up to 80% of his current salary which could be $154,720 or MORE per year for life. ( .80 x $193,400 )

If he lives 20 years in retirement, he will be paid another $3,094,400 million + perks. ( 20 yrs. x $154,720 )

His last know net worth is estimated to be at least $27 Million in 2015. (8)

McConnell is 1 of 2 Senators who represent the entire state of Kentucky. (1)

In 2014 the KY’s Population was 4,339,367 (3) of that about 3,817,184 people were of voting age. (4)

When re-elected in 2014 he received a total of 806,787 votes. (2) His victory came with less than 2.5 out of 10 voting age people voting for him. ( 806,787 / 3,817,184)

The homeless population, including many precious children & families, of the Kentucky was 3,382 in 1994 (9) & 2017 in 4025 (10) which is an increase of 16% in 23 years. (10)

Kentucky averages 34 homeless persons PER county. ( 4025 homeless / 118 Counties )

The illegal alien population to legal population was 50,000 illegal aliens (11) to 4,336,367 legal residents in 2014. (3)

To Curb Homelessness in 2018 & 2019 ky has or will have received $8.4 & $9.4 million in federal grants (12)

If homelessness did NOT increase from 2017 then the cost the amount spent amounted to a poultry $2,085 in 2018 & $2,335 in 2019 per homeless person. ( 4025 homeless / $ 8,400,000 Million , 4025 homeless / $9,400,000 Million)

In 2018, Kentucky had the worst hepatitis A outbreak in the nation almost 1,000 cases and its STILL going. (24)

Largest City in Kentucky: The top three cities by size & population is Louisville (597k pop, 342 sq mi), Lexington (295k pop, 285 sq mi), Bowling Green (58k pop, 38 sq mi). The capital city is Frankfort (25k pop, 14.6 sq mi) (13)

The state is ranked 40 out of 50 for the best state to live as of 2019 (13a)

Louisville’s Overall City Rating based on Operating efficiency 5th out of 150 US cities (2019). (14)

City Finances: The 2019 budget was $623,661,100 but in the next 5 yrs they’re expecting a $65,000,000 deficit due to pension payouts. (20)

Lousiville had ~2,506 violent (includes murders) & 17,654 property crimes in 2017. (21)

There were 241 hate crime offenses in 2016 and in 2017 louisville they had 431 that’s a 79% increase in just one year. (22)

In 2017 louisville’s Poverty Rate was 16.7% and 1 in 5 children are living below poverty line (23a, 23)

25% of the state’s high school students earn the lowest marks possible in math and 33% scored the lowest in reading. Meanwhile, 50% of the state’s elementary students can’t read or perform math at high grade levels. (26)

Kentucky HS Graduation Rate: 89.7 (27)

In 2017 Ky’s average personal income was $39,743, and the individual cost of living was $44,462 (15a) while the median family Income was $61,593. (16)

As of 2019 the average apartment rental cost in ky was $1,430 (16a)

The average home value was $135,600 in 2017. (15a)

The average price of gas was $2.70 in 2019. (18)

The cost of living for a 4-person family was $64,017 in 2018. (17)

In Congress McConnel makes almost 486% more than the average person in Kentucky.

( 39,743 / 193,400 )

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