As Nancy Pelosie, Maxine Waters and other progresdsives, battle to see who will become the “Titular,” had of their party, the remaining Democrats who still want a party standing in 2018 for the upcoming elections must consider kneecapping Schumer.
Chuckie Schumer represents obstrustion and nothing more.
Perhaps kneecapping would be a bit harsh for progressives, unless they are targeting President Trump, but kicking his sorry ass to the curb is certainly a viable option.
Under the current Democrat Party:
Plans for the economy: NONE
Plans to create private sector jobs: NONE
Plans to replaced the failed legislation called Obama Care: NONE.
Plans to make America better again: NONE:
A national security briefing for Senate Judiciary Committee members was scuttled Wednesday after a top Democrat invoked a procedural rule to delay the closed-door meeting.
Committee members had expected to use the briefing to press for further details about the Obama White House’s steps to “unmask” of members of the Trump campaign and transition officials.
Lawmakers on the committee said Tuesday they intended to use the briefing to press for more information on the process by which intelligence agencies identified Americans whose communications were picked up as part of
Lawmakers on the committee said Tuesday they intended to use the briefing to press for more information on the process by which intelligence agencies identified Americans whose communications were picked up as part of monitoring of foreigners outside the United States.
The delay earned rebuke from Sen. Charles Grassley, the head of the committee that had expected to be briefed.
“The Judiciary Committee was set to hear from senior intelligence officials about highly sensitive intelligence gathering authorities that will soon require action from Congress,” Mr. Grassley said.
“It’s disturbing and reckless for the Minority Leader to block the briefing. We’ve seen too many recent reminders of how unsafe the world is today. This is no time to play politics with our national security.”
The delay occurred after Mr. Grassley said Minority Leader Chuck E. Schumer invoked the two-hour rule against holding committee meetings beyond the first two hours of the Senate’s day.
It was unclear when the briefing might be rescheduled.
• Dan Boylan contributed to this report.