Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, should be removed for blocking the function of Congress as provided by the United States Constitution.
No individual has the right to interfere in the proper function of Congress. The Congress also has the power to override a presidential veto, but the attitude of this leader blocks that power. A person who is elected to regulate the proper functioning of the Senate but does not do so shows grounds for removal from that post.
Secondly, he illegally prevents senators from expressing by vote their agreement or disagreement with bills they should be allowed to vote on. He thus prevents them from even starting to consider the issue at hand.
Thirdly, the constituents of the various senators have a right to know how their elected officials vote, and the president is required by law to declare the reasons for a veto. But McConnell seeks to conceal such information from the people.