On Saturday, in light of the confirmation of SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Chuck Schumer took to the podium to call the placement a “low moment” for the Senate:

“President Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court has been one of the saddest moments in the history of the Senate. When the history of the Senate is written, this chapter will be a flashing red warning light of what to avoid. Truly, Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation is a low moment for the Senate, for the court, for the country. The Republican majority has conducted one of the least transparent, least fair, most biased processes in Senate history, slanting the table from the very beginning to produce their desired result.”

Allow me to translate:

“My name is Chuck. I’m a Democratic politician. Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat. Thank you.”

The lady sitting behind him is obviously keen to this translation.

Schumer claimed Republicans disallowed Christine Blasey Ford from utilizing her “corroborating” witnesses.

In other words, “Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat.”

Schumer, like his niece, Amy (who, in a desperate attempt to virtue-signal, requested to be arrested Saturday), was standing up for women. Because women must be believed. All women.

Which is to say, then, in instances of a woman accusing a man who denies wrongdoing, you must never, ever, ever believe the man. “Believe All Women” means “Prosecute All Innocent Men.”

Is Schumer innocent?

Let’s take a stroll down memory lane…

On a mid-December Sunday in 2009, Chuck and his protege, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, boarded a US Airways flight from LaGuardia Airport to D.C.

Schumer and Gillibrand were on his phone as the captain announced that all such devices should be turned off.

Chuck and Kirsten ignored the request. Subsequently, according to a House Republican aide in a nearby seat, a flight attendant asked them to comply with the rules.

Schumer inquired if he could finish the call. The attendant told him the plane was waiting for him to hang up so the flight could continue.

Chuck argued, claiming he was allowed to talk on the phone until the cabin door was sealed.

Okay.

The aide told Politico, “She said she doesn’t make the rules, she just followed them.”

After the attendant walked away, as per the Politico piece (and other reports), Schumer protested, “B*tch!”

After the story made waves, Brian Fallon, a spokesperson for the Congressman, released a statement:

“The senator made an off-the-cuff comment under his breath after the flight attendant walked away. He shouldn’t have made it, he regrets it and he has apologized for it.”

As reported by the New York Post, one flight attendant who’d served the senator before had a definite opinion of Chuck:

“He’s not nice.”

Believe all women, everyone. Believe all women.

A true low point for congressional air travel.

 

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