A Filibuster Hypocrisy Revealed

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It appears than Chucky the Cheeseman Schumer is all out to get what comrade Joebing Biden wants, which is to take the Constitutional Rights of the States to set election laws away and federalize them. I don’t see how the Legislative Branch could do that as the Supreme Court would declare it unconstitutional. But can the Courts be trusted these days?

Then there are Senate Rules! One such rule is the filibuster. Both Parties have tried to change the rule, which is for legislation only and not for Senate confirmation of a Presidential Appointee to the Supreme Court. There are some Democrats and Lamestream news idiots that claim the Republican Senators changed the rule to confirm the last two Judges. That’s a lie! Learn about Filibuster

The longest filibuster was when Democrat Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina began a filibuster, or extended speech, intended to stop the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1957. It began at 8:54 p.m. and lasted until 9:12 p.m. the following day, for a total length of 24 hours and 18 minutes. A long forgotten democrat? He filibustered against the Civil Rights Act which a majority of Republicans passed. It was Joe Biden who gave the eulogy for Strom Thurmond in 2003.

Meanwhile, back to the present. Seems Chucky the Cheeseman has some words to eat with his pizza while Joebing does his damnedest to federalize the soon to be 2022 election in his favor.

Text from the Horn News:

Chuck Schumer fans won’t like this at all…

JANUARY 13, 2022

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and his supporters won’t like this video of Sen. Tom Cotton, R-A.K., at all.

Because it’s simply Cotton reading Schumer’s own words to defend the Senate filibuster.

Cotton took the floor of the Senate to argue for the defense of the filibuster, a critically important governing tool that allows the minority party to extend debate on a bill instead of being voted down by the majority party.

But Cotton used a very clever tactic — he let Schumer do the talking. Specifically, Cotton simply quoted Schumer’s previous defenses of the filibuster.

“Right now, we are on the precipice of a constitutional crisis. We are about to step into the abyss. I want to talk for a few minutes why we are on that precipice and why we are looking into that abyss,” Cotton’s speech Wednesday began.

“Let me first ask a fundamental question: What is the crisis that calls for the undoing of two centuries of tradition?” he asked. “Are senators merely doing their jobs as legislators, responding to a generalized public calling for the abolition of the filibuster?”

“Clearly not. It is not the American people at large who are demanding detonation of the nuclear option — the nuclear option is being pushed largely by … a small band of radicals who hold in their hands the political fortunes of the president,” Cotton continued. “Constitutional scholars will tell us that the reason we have these rules in the Senate — unlimited debate, two-thirds to change the rules, the idea that 60 have to close off debate — is embodied in the spirit and rule of the Constitution.”

“That is what the Constitution is all about, and we all know it,” he said. “It is the Senate where the Founding Fathers established a repository of checks and balances. It is not like the House of Representatives where the majority leader or the Speaker can snap his fingers and get what he wants.”

“On important issues, the Founding Fathers wanted — and they were correct in my judgment — that the slimmest majority should not always govern,” he warned. “The Senate is not a majoritarian body. The bottom line is very simple: the ideologues in the Senate want to turn what the Founding Fathers called the cooling saucer of democracy into the rubber stamp of dictatorship.”

“They want to make this country into a banana republic where if you don’t get your way, you change the rules!” Cotton said. “Are we going to let them? It will be a doomsday for democracy if we do.”

“I, for one, hope and pray that it will not come to this,” Cotton concluded. “But I assure my colleagues, at least speaking for this Senator … I will do everything I can to prevent the nuclear option from being invoked, not for the sake of myself or my party, but for the sake of this great Republic and its traditions.”

That’s when he dropped the bombshell.

“Those are powerful words… but they’re not mine,” Cotton revealed. “Every word of my speech today was originally spoken by my esteemed colleague, the senior senator from New York: Chuck Schumer.”

“Senator Schumer spoke so eloquently in defense of the Senate’s rules, customs, and traditions when the fortunes of his party looked a little different.”

“My, how times have changed. Now it’s Senator Schumer’s fingers that are hovering over the nuclear button, ready to destroy the Senate for partisan advantage,” Cotton continued. “Think about it? The narrowest majority in Senate history wants to break the Senate rules to control how voters in every state elect senators.”

“Could there be a better argument to preserve the Senate’s rules, customs, and traditions?”

“So before it’s too late, let us all reflect on the wide and eloquent words of Senator Schumer,” Cotton said. “Words that are as true today as when he spoke them — even if Senator Schumer is singing a different tune today.”

Start eating Chucky! Those were a lot of words you are now in contradiction of self not too long ago. Maybe Joebing should help out in the eating of words.



  1. Thanks, brother; this is indeed what we need to focus on. As you know, so much depends on this.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. eze33 says:

      Thanks brother for the encouraging comment. LOLGB+

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Chuck says:

    When you give people back their own words, then they can not deny what they have spoken. Brilliant! Thanks for sharing.

    Liked by 2 people

    1. eze33 says:

      Thanks for the encouraging comment. Thought I may have been a little outside of my usual box after a four day break, but now I can see the refreshing. LOLGB+

      Liked by 1 person

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