Thursday, May 26, 2016

Senator explodes over Reid's 'bitter, vulgar, incoherent ramblings'

Senator Harry Reid is a loathsome Leftist who has lied to his Nevada constituents and Americans especially when he was the Majority Leader in the Senate pushing through Obama’s nefarious agenda on the American people. I read a WND article that came with a video of Senator Tom Cotton Excoriating Senator Reid’s lying defamation of the recent Defense spending bill that passed 98-0.

Think about the numbers from the Senate in passing this bill: 98 for to ZERO against. That means two Senators simply did not for the Defense spending bill. Guess who did vote for the bill after trying to delay it with defamatory remarks against the authors of the legislation: Senator Harry Reid from Nevada!

Senator explodes over Reid's 'bitter, vulgar, incoherent ramblings'
Colleague blasts 'cancerous leadership' and 'sad, sorry legacy' of minority leader

May 25, 2016

[Blog Editor: WND version of Cotton giving Reid a come-uppance is more difficult to embed on blogs. Below is the Washington Free Beacon version from Youtube]

WASHINGTON – Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., unleashed a tirade against Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., bemoaning that, “I am forced to listen to the bitter, vulgar, incoherent ramblings of the minority leader.”

“Normally, like every other American, I ignore them,” he continued, “I can’t ignore them today, however.”

Cotton made the comments on the Senate floor Wednesday, while blasting Reid for “his cancerous leadership” and for trying delay a defense spending bill that had just passed by a vote of 98-0.

Cotton ridiculed Reid for claiming the bill was written “in the dead of night,” noting it had been public for weeks.

“And this coming from a man who drafted Obamacare in his office and rammed it through this Senate at midnight on Christmas Eve, on a straight party line vote?”

Cotton called Reid’s claim “an outrageous slander.”

“To say that he’s delaying this because he cares for the troops? A man who never served himself?” continued Cotton. “A man who, in April 2007, came to this very floor before the surge had even reached its peak and said the war is lost? When over 100 Americans were being killed in Iraq every month? When I was carrying their dead bodies off an airplane at Dover Air Force Base?

“It is an outrage to say we had to delay this because he cares for the troops. We are protecting it for one reason and one reason only: to protect his own sad, sorry legacy.”

The senator bitterly remarked, “When was the last time the minority leader read a bill? It was probably an electricity bill.”


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