It’s one thing when you’re an emotional person all around, but former house speaker Newt Gingrich said you have to question politicians who shed tears for our country in one regard but not another.
In this case, he is talking about Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer.
Schumer’s teary reaction came at a press conference after President Donald Trump signed an executive order on immigration.
“These orders go against what America has always been about. The orders make us less humanitarian, less safe, less American,” Schumer said at the conference.
Schumer went on to call the president’s actions “un-American” and “mean-spirited.”
“It really bothered me that Chuck Schumer could bring up a few tears for people that are not being killed, not being shot, not being imprisoned, they are simply being held in an airport,” Gingrich said on Fox & Friends. “That brought tears. Four thousand Americans being shot, over 700 killed in Chicago, that didn’t bring Chuck Schumer to tears, didn’t bring Rahm Emanuel to tears.”
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) January 31, 2017
According to The Hill, President Trump reacted to Schumer’s tears as well, calling them fake. “Five percent chance they’re real,” stated Trump.
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