IDIOT: Chuck Schumer Uses Waukesha Christmas Attack To Promote Democrat Infrastructure Package

In a move so absurd that even the satire experts of The Babylon Bee couldn’t make it up, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer reacted to the tragic SUV attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin, by touting his infrastructure bill, claiming it would help make the streets safer and save lives.

“On this World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, we mourn those we’ve lost. We stand with their families. We recommit to preventing these tragedies. The infrastructure bill we passed provides historic funding to help reshape our streets, make them safer, & save lives.”

– Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer

The senator reportedly deleted the Tweet after only seven minutes, but both conservative commentator Ian Miles Cheong and Politwoops captured the Tweet before it was taken down.

“Chuck Schumer tweeted this. Incredibly thoughtless given the vehicle attack in Waukesha. He deleted it in minutes,” wrote Cheong.

Schumer has since replaced his previous post with one that featured less self-promotion.

Big League Politics has continued to cover Sunday’s tragic SUV attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin. An alleged suspect was recently identified with more updates expected soon. Additionally, various left-wingers were seen attempting to make excuses for their crime and even almost celebrating it.

As the former Barack Hussein Obama Chief of Staff and recent Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel once said, “Never let a serious crisis go to waste.”

Virtually the same phrase was uttered by Hillary Clinton in 2013.

Given the undeniable power grab enacted by Schumer and other elites alike amidst continued various draconian COVID-19 restrictions plaguing many nationwide, it appears Chuck was simply learning from the best.

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