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Cryin' Chuck Schumer Calls Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Confirmation "One of the Darkest Days." Such as...Pearl Harbor? 9/11?
"Today...will go down as one of the darkest days in the 231 year history of the United States Senate." That's how Cryin' Chuck Schumer began his long, eloquent speech on the floor of the Senate objecting to Judge Barrett's confirmation. What he lacked in truth, he more than made up for in boredom and repetitiveness.
He went on to say, "And let the record show that the American people, their lives and rights and freedoms, will suffer the consequences of this nomination for a generation." He even had the audacity to call the confirmation process for Amy Coney Barrett "this sordid chapter in the history of the Senate." The only sordid recent events have the been the content revealed on Hunter Biden's laptop and in Ashley Biden's diary.
But what really caused my ears to perk up was at the very end of his speech when he again repeated, "Monday, October 26th, 2020 will go down as one of the darkest days in the 231 year history of the United States Senate."
In my rare moments of not wearing my rose-tinted glasses, I think it's time we stop calling him "Dementia Joe." Biden may get angry, stutter and struggle to find his words, but you have to be on the ball to drop code words, twice, during a live Presidential Debate.
That's exactly what Joe did on Thursday evening when he gloomily stated, "We're about to go into a dark winter."
Then he repeated it again: "A Dark Winter."
What are the odds that he'd "accidentally" use the exact code name for a 2001 simulation of a "smallpox attack on U. S. Citizens."
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