Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer calls it “indefensible” that the Trump administration would dare pursue trying to get a question about citizenship added to the 2020 Census.
Let’s be clear about what’s happening here:
Career lawyers at @TheJusticeDept threw in the towel because they couldn’t defend the indefensible.
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) July 5, 2019
“Let’s be clear,” Sen. Schumer, statements like this are only going to help your party lose more Senate seats in the next election.
"Let's be clear" = Schumer's biased opinion!
You look foolish! https://t.co/PGGS6pwE4N
— N (@SwampPump) July 5, 2019
Not that Sen. Schumer has experience with this, but pursuing a policy objective is what a presidential administration does, unlike the endless debating, voting and little accomplishment that takes place in the legislative branch.
What's wrong with trying to find out how many citizens live in our country? I'd like to know, and so would a lot of other folks…. https://t.co/spantEh1DM
— John W. Pettit (@mmmonk53) July 5, 2019
Let's be clear…you and the rest of the Demonrats represent illegals! https://t.co/5vWZBFIimV
— Faye (@LadyFaye7) July 5, 2019
But since we’re on the subject, how did we get here again?
Let's be clear, Obama removed that question for a reason. It's time it is put back on on the census. https://t.co/XmVuOJpYNH
— Mary 😎 Arizona/ Follow me on Parler @MaryArizona (@mary_arizona) July 5, 2019
It also looks as if Sen. Schumer is still upset that Attorney General Barr owned members of his caucus when he testified before Senate committees.
Are you mad bro? https://t.co/gJH5Qsj2LU
— PATRIOT_BLUE LINE (@spyshy1) July 5, 2019
Someone needs to tell them this is not a winner.
Democrats: It is “indefensible” to ask whether people are citizens in a census. https://t.co/L1Ii0yI0N0
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) July 5, 2019
Hell of a campaign issue you’ve got there, Chuck. A census question. Probably ranks in the top 7,736 of likely voters’ concerns https://t.co/kxWW6Pg5Rr
— Will (@Oil_Guns_Merica) July 5, 2019
One would think Dems would eventually figure that out.