People Freak Out After Discovering What Says About Schumer Family History

There are no two more loathsome liberals than Chuck and Amy Schumer. Whether they’re telling an irreverent joke about President Donald Trump or shutting down the government, you can always count on at least one of them to be doing something stupid at any given moment. That’s why people have been freaking out after discovering what says about their family history.

Amy Schumer arrives at the premiere of 20th Century Fox’s ‘Snatched’ at Regency Village Theatre on May 10, 2017, in Westwood, California (left), Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (right) (Photo Credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic/Getty Images, Senate Democrats/Flickr)

There are certain families in the public eye who accomplish absolutely nothing, don’t deserve to be famous because they’re lacking any real talent, and, frankly, who you wish would just go away. While the Schumers certainly are not as high-profile as the Obamas or the Kardashians, they are every bit as annoying.

Take Amy, for example, who has had a difficult time keeping her anger over Hillary Clinton’s loss under wraps. In her resentment over the 2016 election results, she has taken to attending women’s marches and telling anti-Trump jokes, which has alienated much of her fan base.

Look at what happened at one of her shows back in October:

Amy Schumer was faced with booing and walkouts in Florida over the weekend after she made jokes about Donald Trump. Around 200 people left her show at the Amalie Arena in Tampa after the controversial comic called the Republican candidate an “orange, sexual-assaulting, fake-college-starting monster.”

At one point in the show, Schumer asked a Trump supporter, “preferably one with sleeves”, to come onstage and explain why they were picking him. A local man got up and explained the decision was about not liking Clinton. “Do you get worried at all with how impulsive he is?” she reportedly said to him. “Do you worry he’ll be impulsive and get us in a lot of fucking trouble we can’t get out of?”

As audience members booed, Schumer responded: “Of course, we’re in Florida, you’re going to boo. I know you’re here to laugh, but you choose how you’re going to live your life, and it’s just too important. Just so you know, from now on, if you yell out, you’re gonna get thrown out.” [Source: The Guardian]

Between Sen. Chuck Schumer and comedian Amy Schumer, there always seems to be a Schumer in the news. Whether it’s politics or entertainment, they seem inescapable.

Currently, it’s the Senate Minority Leader who’s making headlines for shutting down the government in the interest of illegal aliens.

During the hours leading up to the government shutdown, President Donald Trump invited Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., to the White House to negotiate the outline of a deal, which both sides believed was in reach. After several more conversations during the day, the deal fell apart and the Senate failed to pass a measure to keep the government funded.

“During the meeting, in exchange for strong [Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals] protections, I reluctantly put the border wall on the table for the discussion,” Schumer said from the Senate floor. “Even that was not enough to entice the president to finish the deal.” [Source: ABC News]

In the wake of the current government shutdown, for which Sen. Schumer is largely to blame, internet sleuths have discovered what says about the Schumer family history. Apparently, the name “Schumer” has German origins, and it means “good-for-nothing” or “vagabond.” In other words, a leech on the American people.

According to, the name “Schumer” means “good-for-nothing” or “vagabond.” (Photo Credit: Screen Capture/

If you are thinking might have been hacked or a rogue employee decided to play a joke. Think again. Word Finder confirms the meaning of Schumer as “good-for-nothing” as well.

Word Finder confirms’s findings that the name “Schumer” means “good-for-nothing” or “vagabond.” (Photo Credit: Screen Capture/Word Finder)

Even Meaning-Of-Names Surnames says Schumer means “one who was a vagrant,” which doesn’t have a very flattering definition either, as a vagrant is a person who lives by begging, according to Google.

Yep, I’d say that’s a pretty darn accurate way to describe these two! Someone needs to forward these search results to President Donald Trump. I think I see a new nickname for the Senate Minority Leader in his future. “Good-for-nothing Chuck” has a pretty good ring to it, don’t you think?

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