House Dem Admits Dems Block Legislation Because They Don't Want to Give Trump the Win [Video]
Sorry, America. But because we Democrats are still ticked off that Donald Trump was duly-elected back in 2016, we’re going to stop any and all legislation that might give POTUS the win.
Does it get more childish than that? Are we in first grade? Democrats are admitting to literally picking up their ball and walking home because they didn’t get their way? Craziness. From Free Beacon:
Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D., N.J.) expressed frustration with her Democratic colleagues at a recent town hall, admitting they block legislation because they “don’t want to give the president a win.”Advertisement - story continues below
Speaking at a Livingston, New Jersey, town hall on Thursday, Sherrill revealed the “shockingly different mindset” of congressional Democrats who prioritize resisting President Donald Trump over passing legislation that could help their constituents.
Sherrill blabbered, “When I go, you know, I’ve gone up to people and said, ‘I need to get this piece of legislation passed,’ and they say ‘Oh yeah, we just passed it.’ I said, ‘Yeah, we just passed it. I need the Senate to pass it and I need the president to sign it,’ and they said ‘Well, we don’t want to give the president a win.’“
Telling the truth about the Trump economy is likely to get an MSNBC official fired.
Well, not just fired. Rather, banished for life from all liberal circles. That’s how much Democrats hate facts.
A universal truth is that 2+2 = 4. Not to lefties, though.
They will argue that 2+2 can sometimes equal five, six, or even seven, given the preferences of the individual.
Check out what this MSNBC host or analyst or guest or whatever he is had to say about the Trump economy. He’s not wrong, but Dems will say he is.
MSNBC: The booming economy and wages rising fastest in a decade are “a late Christmas present.”
MSNBC’s @DelPercioS’s reaction: This news is concerning for Democrats. pic.twitter.com/wJRex7tVBV
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) December 27, 2019