Schumer Votes No To Nominee Because He’s Not “Diverse” Enough.
Liberals are always claiming that things are not “diverse” enough. They have this weird notion that people should not be hired for their qualifications but their skin color. Which for some reason is ok as long as your not white. Weird so white racism is ok?
Senator Schumer is a believer in this biased ideology. He showed his anti-white perspective when voting against judicial nominee Marvin Quattlebaum. Schumer was more than frank about why he chose to vote against Quattlebaum.
“Your nomination of Marvin Quattlebaum speaks to the overall lack of diversity in President Trump’s selections for the federal judiciary. Mr. Quattlebaum replaces not one but two scuttled Obama nominees, who were African American. The Trump administration like in so many areas is taking a giant step backward, this time when it comes to diversity of their nominations. I’ll be voting no on the Quattlebaum nomination.”
Watch Schumer On Tucker Carlson Below.
But Senator Graham saw his racist remark and called him out on twitter claiming that his remark was actually the massive step back. He even pointed out that Schumer is part of the ridiculous group of LIberals that are using Political Correctness to an extreme.
This is political correctness run amok.
Voting against a highly qualified nominee because of the color of his skin does nothing to bring our country and nation together.
But what can you expect from the Senator that helped Hary Reid create the Diversity Initiative. An initiative that aims to change Senatorial staff based once again on race rather than merit. It is preposterous to think this is how people really choose staff. Does diversity now mean more than quality of work? Who cares what color a Judge is? It shouldn’t matter what ethnicity the judge or anyone is when comes to getting a job. It should be about the quality of work. In this case, Schumer shows a blatant example of anti-white rhetoric, maybe his constituents should vote someone more diverse in and replace him.