The Hill
The Hill 1 Oct 2020

Schumer goes SCORCHED EARTH on McConnell over failed Senate vote


"McConnell is squirming."

Sen. Schumer slammed Senate Republicans on Thursday after they shot down a bill that would have blocked the Justice Department from advocating in favor of nixing the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Democrats, meanwhile, have attempted to squeeze GOP senators amid an explosive Supreme Court fight.

"Don't forget what's happening here because it's a travesty... It will be an in-erasable stain on this Republican majority forever more."

Sen. Schumer lashed out at Senate Republicans during a weekend session on Sunday as a final vote is set for Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren had sharp criticism for Sen. Mitch McConnell over his proposed Coronavirus relief bill.
Early voting has begun in Arizona, just one day after a Senate debate between Republican Sen. Martha McSally and Democratic candidate Captain Mark Kelly. Arizona is seen as a battleground state for the Senate and an important swing state in the presidential election. Aired on 10/07/2020.
"An uninhabitable hell for millions of people."
That's what the planet is becoming due to the lack of action on climate change - according to a strongly worded United Nations report.
It says in the past two decades, more than 7,000 major natural disasters have been recorded.
That figure's nearly doubled in the past 20 years.
The increases are mostly attributed to floods and storms.
The UN is accusing political and business leaders of willingly 'sowing the seeds of our own destruction.'
And says industrial nations have failed miserably on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Researchers on the biggest mission to the North Pole have also released some of their findings.
They've documented extensive amounts of sea ice melting away.
And predict there'll be ice-free Arctic summers within the next few decades.

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