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Senator Schumer Threatens to
Hold His Breath Until Mom
Let’s Him Replace Amy Coney Barrett

Chuck Schumer angry.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Following the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett, numerous Democrats on Capitol Hill threw temper tantrums when they didn't get their way regarding Justice Barrett and the confirmation process.

Senator Chuck Schumer took to the podium on the Senate floor and threatened to hold his breath until his Mom let him replace Justice Barrett.

Senator Richard Blumenthal whimpered, "It's not fair!" and started kicking the back of the seat in front of him.

Mazie Hirono exclaimed, “I’m going to run away from home! They’re sooooo mean to me! Making us follow that crummy old...Constitution!”

“Constitution, Bonstitution!”

Other Senate Democrats threatened to “tell Mom”, or complained that Senator Ted Cruz was “looking at me”, and “won’t stay on his side of the aisle”.

House Democrats agreed. “The Constitution is stupid!”, said Nancy Pelosi. “I’m not playing anymore!”

Alexandria Ocasio Cortez stomped her feet, and called Trump a “Poopy-Butt”.

She then stuck her tongue out and blew a “raspberry”.

After realizing that his threat to hold his breath was not having any affect, Schumer threw a tantrum on the Senate floor, rolling around in the aisle, kicking and screaming.

Mitch McConnell was forced to give him a “time out”.

Republicans said they have no sympathy for the Democrats, pointing to Democrat Harry Reid first invoking the "Nuclear Option" for confirming other Presidential appointments, and the Democrats' vicious treatment of nominees Robert Bork, Clarence Thomas, and Brett Kavanaugh. They claim these items show the Democrats have become overly political about the Supreme Court.

In response, Democrats repeatedly chanted, “I know you are, but what am I?”, and then quoted the rhyme “I’m rubber, and you’re glue....”

- The Satirized Evening Post
October 28, 2020

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