Chuck Schumer embedded a trusted former aide to assist on the Senate Judiciary Committee and try to block Trump’s Supreme Court justice picks. The aide, Max Young, is also a prominent member of the “Everytown” gun control group. The Democrats want to take your guns away.
Chuck Schumer pulling the strings
Dianne Feinstein is the oldest sitting Senator at age 87. According to multiple sources, her cognitive decline has been apparent for years. Chuck Schumer, the Democratic Minority Leader, was so worried that Feinstein would mismanage Barrett’s confirmation hearings that he installed a former aide, Max Young, to “embed” in the Judiciary Committee and make sure the hearings went as planned. Schumer did the same for Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation as well.
Schumer brought Max Young in from the gun-control group “Everytown” to handle the confirmation strategy and serve as his “eyes and ears” on Dianne Feinstein. Everytown for Gun Safety is a Left-wing anti-gun organization. Why is Chuck Schumer “embedding” a representative from the largest gun control group in the country into our Supreme Court confirmation hearings?
The answer is clear. Chuck Schumer and his fellow Democrats were seeking to derail the confirmation of Trump’s Conservative justice picks and they were worried that Diane Feinstein wasn’t up to the task. Some Senators are politely asking Feinstein to resign.
Feinstein is fading fast
In a recent Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Senator Feinstein asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey a question about censorship on his platform. After listening to his response, she asked the same exact question a second time, word for word, which Dorsey patiently answered again. It wasn’t some random slip up. This has been a problem for years.
“The staff is in such a bad position,” one former Senate aide told reporters. “They have to defend her and make her seem normal.” The cognitive decline of other aging politicians, including Joe Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, have also been questioned. We desperately need to drain the swamp and get some fresh faces in Washington.
Schumer told Senator Feinstein that she should step aside as the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. He later had to tell her a second time, because she forgot all about their first conversation. Feinstein announced on November 23rd that she would not seek reelection to keep her role as the top Democrat on the committee.