The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court moved forward today after a 51-49 cloture vote. A final vote is expected in the Senate as early as Saturday afternoon. Meanwhile, a frustrated Sen. Chuck Schumer has the sads:
Schumer calls this "the ignominious end"of bipartisan cooperation on SCOTUS nominations. That sounds like a warning.
— Jonathan Allen (@jonallendc) October 5, 2018
Mmm hmm, and who made “bipartisan cooperation” less necessary, Sen. Schumer?
He should call Harry Reid and thank him.
— ❌CaptainAmerica1776❌ (@alpha_maga) October 5, 2018
We don’t recall Schumer raising a big stink at the time Harry Reid used the nuclear option and Mitch McConnell was warning the Dems that they’d regret it:
Remember when Senator McConnell told Harry Reid that "You are going to regret this. Probably sooner than you think." Schumer will regret all this.
— Warren N. Darrah (@WNDarrah) October 5, 2018
The Dems pretty much laughed at McConnell at the time. Now, not so much.
Thought that was when Harry Reid went nuclear.
— Tom Blersch (@Tom_Blersch) October 5, 2018
Hey we're just some dumb rednecks out here in flyover country, but do you think y'all could explain how the nuclear option regarding filibuster became a reality in the United States Senate?
I heard Harry Reid and Chuck Schumer might have some inside knowledge as to why??
— Adam Schiff PAC (@TheSchiffPac) October 5, 2018
Remember Harry Reid.
— Sean O'Casey (@SeanOCasey1) October 5, 2018
Thanks to Sen. Schumer for helping point out who made all this possible!
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