The man who makes his living from the government by doing nothing at a base salary of $193,400/year thinks business in America is not doing well because too many Americans feel “they’re doing too good with food stamps, Social Security and all the rest.” McConnell would definitely know a thing or two about that.

McConnell’s penchant for intended laziness is well documented, starting with this infamous moment when he committed to making his main goal for two years the assurance that President Obama not win a second term (which, of course, he didn’t accomplish).

Now, the biggest welfare recipient in American history says this about draining the Washington swamp (he doesn’t want to):

When asked about Trump’s pledge to drain the swamp recently, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) was not grabbing for the buckets.

He said was didn’t think that’s the sort of thing voters want, or that it would affect their lives.

Instead, he ran through a familiar list of GOP agenda items the Trump administration could achieve that he’s been pushing since Barack Obama won the presidency with his own appeal for change.

So it shouldn’t be surprising that Mitch McConnell doesn’t want to ‘drain the swamp’ because let’s face it, he is the Swamp Overlord.