Only TWO Senators Attended Jeff Flake’s Anti-Trump Speech on Senate Floor

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After days of hype by the Communist media complex leading up to Senator Jeff Flake’s latest anti-Trump rant on the Senate Floor which occurred Wednesday, only two Senators attended the speech and both were Democrats.  Of course, the way the Communist media complex continues to report on the speech that live-streamed on C-Span and fake news outlets, one would get the impression that Jeff Flake performed his dog and pony show before a full House.  Not!

But who were the two senators present at Jeff Flakes anti-Trump rant? Comrades Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and race baiter, Dick Durbin (D-Ill.).

Information Liberation by Chris Menahan

Senator Jeff Flake’s second anti-Trump speech delivered Wednesday on the Senate floor was attended by only two senators, both of whom are Democrats.

From The Hill:

Two senators were present for Sen. Jeff Flake’s (R-Ariz.) speech on the Senate floor Wednesday criticizing President Trump’s attacks on the news media.

Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) listened to Flake’s speech in the chamber and spoke in support of his comments after.

“I’m afraid once again that his actions will cast a shadow over our constitutional commitment to the basic freedoms we enjoy in America,” Durbin said, referencing Trump’s relationship with the news media.

Senators do not normally sit in and listen to other senator’s speeches.

Considering the media’s been hyping it all week, you’d think it would have been a bigger draw. I guess no one cared to hear the same crappy speech he already gave a second time[…]

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