Chuck Schumer laid down one demand that made Donald Trump nervous
America is struggling with how to reopen the economy in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Democrats are doing everything in their power to sabotage this effort and extend the shutdowns indefinitely.
Now Chuck Schumer laid down one demand that made Donald Trump nervous.
Congress is already negotiating a fourth round of coronavirus relief funding.
Democrats lost on during the first three rounds of relief on including left-wing wish list items like a “cheat by mail” scheme to allow massive voter fraud thought mail in voting.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer appeared on left-wing comedian Stephen Colbert’s Late Show on CBS and stated that “cheat by mail” would be a major Democrat demand in the next round of coronavirus funding.
“There are a lot of things we should have in it. […] One, we’ve got to make our — make sure our elections in November are fair and safe and free. A lot of people won’t want to go to the polls.
We ought to have mail ballots for everyone, but we ought to allow people who want to go to the polls to be there. And we ought to make sure some of these barriers — you know, the state of Alabama, as I understand it, to vote by mail — by absentee mail, you need a notary public to certify. Why is that done? To prevent minorities and poor people from voting. So, we should do that,” Schumer told Colbert.
Democrats are already insisting Republicans approve one trillion dollars in bailout money for blue states to pay their public employee union pension costs.
And now Chuck Schumer is trying to corner the Republicans into accepting a voter fraud scheme that could rig the 2020 election with a “cheat by mail” scheme that conservatives believe is an open invitation to voter fraud by end running around voter ID laws.