Charlie Kirk to McConnell: You Don't Use The Term "Congratulations" When Someone Just Stole From A Bank | Video | RealClearPolitics

Charlie Kirk to McConnell: You Don't Use The Term "Congratulations" When Someone Just Stole From A Bank

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Charlie Kirk criticized Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) for congratulating President-elect Joe Biden for his electoral victory on the Senate floor on Tuesday.

"The term congratulations inherently means that you are applauding or recognizing an achievement of success," Kirk defined.

"When do you use congratulations in your life?" Kirk asked his audience. "When people attain athletic accomplishments. When people get married, get engaged."


"You typically don't use the term congratulations when someone just stole a bank -- stole money from a bank. You don't go to your friends or your family members that might be engaging in criminal activity and say 'congratulations.' It's typically not the right way to handle things," Kirk said.
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