The new mantra from the left is that President Trump is a “dangerous man”. These coordinated messages are so obvious and over the top. Just listen as Maxine Waters comes unglued and then Senator Schumer says the same thing:
Nothing to see here just @RepMaxineWaters telling people to “get rid” of POTUS & yelping about unproven accusations while @tedlieu grins. Funny #Democrats keep screaming about division while Republicans keep saying unite but it’s Trump that divides? 🤨 #RedWaveRising2018 pic.twitter.com/DEbuu2pSLf
— Rosie Unmasked ⚖️ (@almostjingo) February 4, 2018
“Let’s get rid of him”???
Hummm, Senator Chuck Schumer was singing the same tune at a NYC event: “Dangerous”
Senator Chuck Schumer was one of many speakers at the Human Rights Campaign’s Rise Dinner in NYC…He started his speech off by apologizing for his inappropriate attire. He then jumped into immediately trashing Trump by calling him “dangerous” and the “worst man”. He pulls the oldest stunt in the book by ripping up his speech in front of everyone to tell a story of his humble beginnings. Yawn…
What’s even worse is the video below this one where Schumer calls Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch a “backwards” right wing judge. wow! This is low even for Schumer!
“We are dealing with probably the most dangerous and worst man in the presidency we have ever had in the history of this nation, but we are going to win the fight. If we can take back the Senate, that means that I will have the sole power to determine what goes on the floor of the Senate. It means we’ll be able stop Donald Trump from putting all his junk on the floor and stop the anti-LGBT cascade of things that come into the United States Senate.” – Senator Chuck Schumer
SCHUMER CROSSES THE LINE IN A BIG WAY BY CALLING SUPREME COURT JUSTICE GORSUCH A “BACKWARD” RIGHT WING JUDGE:
Senator Chuck Schumer has been at the HRC Greater New York Gala for 15 consecutive years. We thank him for his leadership and ongoing commitment to LGBTQ equality.
Posted by Human Rights Campaign on Saturday, February 3, 2018