Florida senator calls midterm elections a “complete disappointment”

Senator Rick Scott believes that it was due to a lack of voters that the Republicans did not obtain the expected results.

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Republican Senator Rick Scott expressed disappointment with the results of the 2022 elections that have been made public so far, ensuring that there was a low turnout by voters. Much is due to the speculation that a “red wave” would be seen during these elections, which did not happen, since some of the projections have benefited the Democrats.

During an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, the Republican senator shared his discomfort that not all the races of his party’s candidates were won.

“This is what happened to us on election day; our voters didn’t show up and we didn’t get enough voters. It was a complete disappointment,” said the Florida senator.

In the interview, the presenter did not miss the opportunity to know his opinion regarding what the Republicans talked about so much during the electoral campaigns, the famous “red wave”.

“I think we have to reflect now, what didn’t happen? I think we did not have enough positive message, we said all about how bad Biden’s agenda was… It’s badDemocrats are radical, but we have to have a plan of what we stand for,” he said.

According to the same media outlet, Senator Rick Scott has speculated that he could run to become the new leader of the Republican Partyafter many of his colleagues have made the decision to retire Mitch McConnell, who has been in office for several years.

In the interview, Scott also told Hannity that the party should not attack republicans deviate from the mainstream, but be willing to “have a conversation about these things.”

Republican Scott, who also heads the National Republican Senatorial Committee, calls for everything possible to be done so that the Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker receive the support for the second round that will be in December.

It is important to mention that another of the objectives that the Republicans had in mind was to obtain practically all the votes in their favor in order to win the majority in Congress, but so far everything indicates that this will not be the case, although it has not yet been officially knows the control of both Chambers.

For its part, Senators Marco Rubio and Josh Hawley called for a pause in the Republican leadership vote in the Senate, after news broke that Rick Scott intends to launch a bid to replace Mitch McConnell.

Senator McConnell has received a number of criticisms from his own colleagues, Those who do not agree that he continue in office, as is the case of candidate Blake Masters who lost to Democrat Kelly, had already mentioned that he would vote against the Senate leader to remove him from office.

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