Chuck Schumer Alledged To Be Plotting Obstruction of the Senate With Fellow Senators and Protesters

If you watched the circus today in the Senate, you should know the clowns weren’t being spontaneous. They were executing a planned strategy. Chuck Schumer held a conference call with members of the Senate to discuss how they could delay the hearings and totally disrupt the process.

The Democrats never learn. Remember when they used the nuclear option to ram Obama’s activist judges through the Senate? They were warned someday the shoe would be on the other foot. Now it is. Also, now the same Democrats who voted for it, say it helped the Republicans to not use the same strategy.

The Democrats managed to delay the hearings for a little while and they actually delayed Kavanaugh’s swearing-in by an hour. Until inspiration struck the Republicans. They all held their keys up in the air and shook them. The Democrats were distracted by the pretty sound. Tomorrow, Republicans are bringing red rubber balls to throw around the Senate floor. Maybe even some glitter.

From The Gateway Pundit

President Trump’s Supreme Court pick Judge Brett Kavanaugh testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday morning.

Democrats and screaming protesters interrupted the hearing for the first half hour.
Judge Kavanaugh has not even been sworn in yet!

It was all planned.

Democrats plotted the coordinated protest over the holiday weekend. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) led a phone call and Committee members are executing now, reported NBC’s Kasie Hunt.

They just want to keep Kavanaugh off the bench when the next session begins so he cannot vote. That session begins October 1st. Because if the balance is 4-4, the liberals can make sure the decisions of the activist judges stand.

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