DML: Schumer goes nutty, as protests lead to arrests over tax bill (videos)

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The Democrats are in a complete panic. The economy is booming, unemployment is dropping, the GDP is rising, consumer confidence is up, ISIS is being wiped from the face of the earth, the world has been put on notice that ‘America First’ principles are locked in stone, the border wall prototypes are real, border crossings are down, ICE is deporting criminals, the stock market is reaching the moon, and the mainstream media is losing credibility by the minute.

There’s more to add to the list, but I think you get the point: Trump is kicking butt in a good way.

This sort of Trump-success pains Sen. Charles Schumer (D) of New York. In fact, Chucky is having a complete meltdown over Trump’s America.

Schumer is a champion for illegal aliens (see below) and is also the most powerful Democrat in D.C. Therefore, he is going nutty because he can’t put his finger on Trump’s success. If there is one question he asks himself at night, I have to assume it’s this: “How can Trump be doing so well when we put every roadblock in front of him?”

I’ve said it countless times, I’m not overly thrilled about this new tax bill, but it’s still better than what we had in most cases, and it’s better than having our taxes hiked. We all have to bank on the hope that the boom in business will create a world of new opportunities for most Americans. Odds are, it can happen.

Those Americans who do not see an upside, for whatever reason — be it due to where they live or what they do for a living — will have to fight back and make their voices heard in Washington. If there are DML listeners and readers in that group, I will surely help them have a voice. But in the meantime, we should celebrate the passage of this new bill, as it could lead to more upside than downside.

Democrats like Schumer don’t look for the upside. They focus on the wrong things, and this is why cities run by Democrats are in the hole. Lawmakers like Schumer sell gloom and doom as a way to fog the minds of liberals, who hate on Trump because it’s fashionable. But that can only last for so long.

For instance, there are three important things to point out about Schumer:

1.) He often screams about the world falling, yet it never falls. He continued with that sort of scare tactic today when he said Republican will “rue the day” they passed this bill. But he didn’t explain what will spark this Armageddon!

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2.) He is often rude to others around him. Last night, as he rambled on about nonsense during the Senate vote, he stopped his rant to yell at Republicans, saying they are destroying America.

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3.) His Twitter page says it all. He stands with the illegal aliens. He is supposed to stand with the American people who voted him into office. Although Trump has America on the right track, we are still loaded with problems. Homeless people are creating tent cities throughout the United States. Veterans continue to kill themselves at alarming rates. Crime in inner cities continues to plague the black communities, as does the use of drugs.

Where is Schumer? Why isn’t he standing with Americans?

I conclude this post with a video that shows a protest in the streets of NYC. These liberal robots are so ridiculous in their claims, it’s almost not worth your time to watch. But like a good horror flick, you try to cover your eyes — but you have to peek because missing the best parts would be a shame.

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