[T]hat’s not at all what the Senator’s comments were referencing. There was no mention of Senate Republicans losing elections, or of a grass-roots movement. The targeted “you” was directed solely at Justice Gorsuch and Justice Kavanaugh. The defense was so poor that even notorious leftists rolled their eyes.
(Peter Heck – Disrn) In July of last year, Senator Chuck Schumer was beside himself. Pacing the halls of the Capitol,…
Schumer was telling every news camera he could find that he had no choice but to introduce a Senate resolution condemning President Trump for his inflammatory rhetoric. He even went so far as to liken the president’s bombast to those of totalitarian regimes:
Mr. Schumer, New York Democrat, said the president was appealing to the “worst instincts in people” and the jeers from the crowd were “eerily familiar to what happens in dictatorships.”
I believe the psychological term for Schumer’s condemnation is “projection.” After all, just eight months later, that same New York Senator took to the podium to do a little inflaming himself. Addressing a group of pro-abortion fanatics about a current case before the Supreme Court, the Senate Minority Leader threatened: