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OKAY, SCHUMER: Chuck Says Average Americans Don't Care About Investigations Into Bidens [WATCH]

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.16.23

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) stopped by MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss President Joe Biden’s achievements and downplay the average American’s interest in the investigations into the BIden family’s alleged influence peddling scheme.

And, of course, he had to point to Trump.

Schumer said, “Let’s compare it to the Republicans. We’re investing, there are investigating. All they seem to do is want to investigate this, that and the other thing. That doesn’t help the American people. The contrast of yesterday, a former president being indicted for trying to deny an election, and this president today talking about investing in America, that’s going to sink in. It’s our job to make sure it sinks in.”

Co-host Joe Scarborough said, “I mean, their investigations are so stupid I am embarrassed for them. They are talking to arms dealers and people that illegally smuggle oil to the Communist Chinese Party. They talk about tapes and the FBI Grassley gives up the game and says we don’t care if he’s guilty or not. I could go down the list.”

Schumer said, “These investigations don’t matter to the average American people. This is the right-wing, the hard right-wing talking to each other. Let them keep talking to each other. We’re talking to the American people.”

Scarborough said, “Yeah, talking to themselves.”

Watch the clip below:

[h/t Breitbart News]

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