Mark Penn: Nadler is not the supreme power of the nation
New York Democrat Rep. Jerrold Nadler has limited power to subpoena things for good purposes, not for political ends, former Clinton adviser Mark Penn argues amid the Barr contempt fight. FoxandFriend...
Jerrold Nadler the career hypocrite politician wanted the Ken Starr report heavily redacted.
In this 1998 Charlie Rose interview he says the exact opposite of today.
IS ADAM SCHIFF GUILTY OF WITNESS TAMPERING?
What reason would DEMOCRAT REP. ADAM SCHIFF have for meeting with Michael Cohen for 10 hours prior to his testimony to the senate? ▪️ Here we have Schiff, the ranking Democrat member of another.....
Cohen ADMITS to preparing and coordinating his testimony with DNC
Cohen ADMITS to preparing and coordinating his congressional testimony with: - The DNC - Democratic Party leadership - Chairman Cummings - Chairman Adam Schiff - "Various individuals" in the Democra...
Senator Cruz Calls Out Schumer, Pelosi And Border Wall Obstructionists
Sen. Ted Cruz is fed up with the Democrats stymying progress on the border wall and the government shutdown. Cruz calls out Schumer, Pelosi, and all the Democrats who are refusing to budge on the...
Chuck is A Hypocrite
Daily Callout. 85K likes. There is a disinformation war being waged against the American people. We must all be citizen journalists who see something and say something! Let's work together to make...
Schumer In 2009: Illegalls Are Illegal Aliens, Not Undocumented…Fence Made Border More Secure
Can we get Chuck Schumer from 2009 back, please? At least when it comes to dealing with illegal immigration, reform, and border security because well … damn. -- Ryan Saavedra @RealSaavedra: “Chuck Sch...
What was that you said again Chuck?
What was that you said again Chuck?
Schumer in 1990 on Immigration
Schumer in 1990: Immigration should not "simply be family relationships that determine who comes here”. Immigrants need to have "a skill that America needs" if "we’re going to accept you."
‘Dreamers’ Storm Chuck Schumer’s Home in NY!
‘Dreamers’ Storm Chuck Schumer’s Home in NY
Schumer 2015: "Refugee Ban Necessary" VS. Schumer 2017: "Trump Is Mean." CRYING!
We show you how fake Chuck Schumer's tears really were. A clip from 2015 shows him agreeing with a halt in all refugees, and a stoppage in the program.
Schumer: 'You Can't Flinch' After Election Loss
Senate Democrats have elected Chuck Schumer to be their new minority leader when Congress convenes in January. Schumer says Democrats will work with Donald T...
Durbin endorses Chuck Schumer for Senate leader, easing path for New Yorker to succeed Reid
Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) on Friday endorsed his rival, Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.), to become the next Senate Democratic leader, clearing the path for what is likely to be an easy transiti...
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