“I must not use these powers for the forces of evil,” Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) told aides after emerging from the Oval Office after a confrontational meeting with the President. He fist bumped the intern that told him to watch the movie Inception and turned to Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) as the crowds of cameras rushed past them.
“I can’t believe I just got him to take responsibility for shutting down the government.”
The ploy has been weeks in development. Ever since stumbling into a conversation among his interns about the best movies in the past few years and learning about the plot of Inception, Senator Schumer has pondered the idea of trying it on President Trump.
Senator Explains There Are “Other Options” To Sink This Bill (And All Others Like It)
Washington, DC- House Freedom Caucus(HFC) Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) told reporters that members of the HFC would not block President Trump’s request for an additional $5 Billion in funding to build a wall along the southern border, on Wednesday.
The support of the HFC comes on the heals of a televised showdown on Tuesday involving the President, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Vice President Mike Pence, as the two apposing factions sat down to discuss compromiseThe House Freedom Caucus supports the Presidents request for full funding of a southern wall, in every way, shape or form… except with regards to an actual pledge of our votes. As conservatives, we are trained to look at any large scale government funding project with a degree of cynicism, but in the instance of keeping non-English speakers out of the country, I think we can imply that we’re willing to make an exception,” Meadows told reporters from the steps of Congress.
Roseville, CA- After nearly 18 months of investigation, sources from inside the United States Office of Special Counsel (OSC) have indicated there has been a major breakthrough this week in Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Members of Mueller’s team were spotted leaving the campus of East Roseville High School, just outside the state capitol of Sacramento, Wednesday morning, with a number of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices in hand; including the school servers.