First, we all know that there’s no way Sen. Chuck Schumer is going to vote to confirm SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh; he’s made that more than clear. However, now that the Democrats have gotten their way (thanks to Sen. Jeff Flake) and the FBI is running yet another background check, Schumer’s suggesting another delay: he apparently needs a full day to reflect on the FBI’s report before casting that “no” vote.
Schumer tells McConnell he wants a FBI briefing on Kavanaugh rpt 24 hrs before Senate votes on cloture to end debate on the nomination.
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) October 2, 2018
— Epa Minondas (@WTEpaminondas) October 2, 2018
— Gina Sigillito (@ginaraquel) October 2, 2018
No way!! Enough is enough!!!
— Charmin (@chance1_charmin) October 2, 2018
Not gonna happen
— judi wall (@ladiharli) October 2, 2018
How about no and you'll like it Chuck
— Sic Semper Tyrannis (@MovementCon) October 2, 2018
Not how this works
— Just Mike (@MikeInStAug) October 2, 2018
Of course he does. Why not eke-out another 24-hour delay?
— Kevin Farrell (@KevinFarrell) October 2, 2018
Give Them nothing! Not an inch.
— Luanne Carey (@LuanneCarey) October 2, 2018
Why? He’s going to vote NO anyway
— cconway (@chrisdeanconway) October 2, 2018
You vowed not to vote for Judge Kavanaugh.
Gonna change your mind?
Don’t think so.
— Sonlight (@JOEROWE409) October 2, 2018
Why would Schumer need such a briefing? It's not like it's going to change his mind about voting against Kavanaugh.
— RealitysBish (@RealitysBish) October 2, 2018
He’s not voting for a Kavanaugh, so his opinion is irrelevant.
— Linda (@haucebauce) October 2, 2018
Recordings could come out proving Kavanaugh’s innocence and you still wouldn’t vote for him. You’ve said this much. Understand, we’re now talking about throwing ice. This is nuts and seems some will NEVER learn.
— J (@lizardkingzz) October 2, 2018
That’s so cute that he thinks he runs the show
— Emily Tardif (@mle_anne_) October 2, 2018
I'm sure Schumer wants a lot of things. https://t.co/SuQ83BcmXD
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) October 2, 2018
Tell him to win an election, then he gets to make the rules.
— Willard Ferrell (@FerrellWillard) October 2, 2018
And people in hell want ice water. ?
— Dana Sparkman (@dana4bama) October 2, 2018
Tell Chuck the taxpayers would appreciate an investigation into who leaked the Ford memo? Or would that not be convenient?
— Andrews Dad (@Andrew_Dad) October 2, 2018
Sorry @SenSchumer getting the report before cloture vote not required under rules. Kind of like voting on Obamacare without reading it. You can find out what’s in it after you pass it! @senatemajldr #FileforClotureNOW
— Lynne Shine (@Lynne_Shine) October 2, 2018
You know what McConnell should tell Schumer? If I said it, my tweet would get deleted.
— Regina Phalange (@ReginaP87963387) October 2, 2018
Here’s a great idea:
Vote first and then give him the report 6 weeks later. We can call it "Feinstein Disclosure".
— 604Terry (@604Raincouver) October 2, 2018
I’m sure McConnell would have enjoyed a notice when this whole thing started 7 weeks ago, so law of reciprocity applies.
— llc1219 (@elsy1958) October 2, 2018
Mitch McConnell decries ‘endless delays and obstruction,’ vows Senate will vote on Kavanaugh this week https://t.co/bvKzJQypOL
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 1, 2018