New York Senator Chuck Schumer is going to be crying again after he sees what President Donald Trump is doing with the border wall money that was allocated in the recent spending bill. Somebody better get that snowflake a box of tissue.
Democrats acted like a bunch of prancing ponies after the recent 6-month spending bill was passed by Congress and signed by President Trump. The controversial bill which funded many idiotic liberal pet projects also included a little surprise for Democrats from our Commander in Chief.
According to a report by The Hill, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) was one of the most noticeable gloaters as his top aide Matt House took to Twitter with a mocking tweet of Trump which said, “I, for one, am tired of all the winning.”
I, for one, am tired of all the winning.
— Matt House (@mattwhouse) March 23, 2018
Matt House’s taunting tweet came in the midst of notable outrage from many Republicans in Congress who vehemently opposed the bill for neglecting to fund key conservative initiatives, the most notable of which is Trump’s border wall. Liberal hacks like Schumer have been rather obnoxious with his opposition to the building of Trump’s wall, and he’s about to get a rude awakening that he didn’t expect.
During a recent interview with Fox News’ Fox and Friends, White House spokesman Hogan Gidley detailed how Trump is going to take funds from the recent spending bill and start building a concrete border wall with it. I can just see Schumer crying now. Once video surfaces of construction workers assembling 100 miles of the border wall, Chuck is going to lose his mind.
When asked about Trump’s recent tweets which hinted at the use of military funds to build the border wall, Gidley said, “Well, I don’t want to get ahead of his announcement, but I can say this is one reason that the Hispanic Caucus…” Gidley was interrupted by Fox host Steve Doocey who asked, “What announcement?”
Gidley continued, “Well if he’s going to make an announcement how he spends that money to build the wall, but I can say that’s one of the major victories for the American people in this piece of legislation that the President pushed which was actually building a wall.”
“I mean, that’s something the President ran on. It’s something, one of the reasons I think he got elected because he understands that walls work whether it’s around Jerusalem where they saw a 99 percent reduction in illegal crossing or whether it’s around San Diego where they saw a 95 percent reduction in illegal crossings,” Gidley added.
“The President understands that walls work for whatever reason. Democrats used to be for a wall. They used to vote for it. They used to say that was important. Bill Clinton pushed for a wall in San Diego, so did Hillary, and for whatever reason, Democrats have decided they’re against border security. They’re against the American people in this way, and the President wants to protect this nation, and as you guys know, the number one function of the federal government is to protect the American people,” Gidley exclaimed.
When Fox host Steve Doocey challenged White House spokesman Hogan Gidley with the fact that a Republican lead Congress stripped most if not all of the funding that Trump wanted for border security from the new spending bill and that only $1.6 billion was allocated for a fence, not a wall, Gidley delivered some news that will have Schumer in tears.
“That’s actually incorrect. We actually can build a wall with this money, but there are political realities that exist in this country,” Gidley said. When asked about Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) claim that the money could be used to build a concrete wall versus Schumer’s claim that it could only be used to improve the fence, Gidley responded, “It’s my understanding you can.”
“The Hispanic Caucus came out vehemently against this bill for two reasons. One is because as in the letter that they wrote to the President which was, it bolsters the President’s deportation force quote, unquote. And, it builds a wall. They are against it for those reasons,” Gidley added.
Chuck Schumer and the rest of the liberals in Congress aren’t going to happy about this at all, and if there is a “yuge” announcement coming from President Donald Trump about getting the wall built, I’m sure it will send snowflakes running for their safe spaces. It’s taking Trump some time and a lot of deal-making to achieve his goals. I think it’s crucial for his base to continue supporting him while understanding that a large majority of Republicans and Democrats want him to fail.