Senator Chuck Schumer Votes Against Trump Judicial Nominee Because He's WhiteChris Menahan
Mar. 01, 2018
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Senator Chuck Schumer voted against a Trump administration judicial nominee because he was white -- and perhaps more surprisingly -- Fox News and other media outlets accurately reported the news.
From Fox News:
Sen. Chuck Schumer on Wednesday rejected the Trump administration's nomination of Marvin Quattlebaum to fill a federal judgeship because he's white. Schumer argued the nomination "speaks to the overall lack of diversity in President Trump's selections for the federal judiciary."Quattlebaum is reportedly a Presbyterian. There's only around 1.5 million Presbyterians in the US and white Christians in general are now a minority in the US.
Quattlebaum's nomination, Schumer said, replaces two black judges from South Carolina whom the Obama administration nominated to fill the position -- which The Post and Courier notes has long been vacant.VIDEO:
Incidentally, Schumer had no problem with Obama nominating Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court in 2016 even though it meant 4 out of 9 Supreme Court justices would be Jewish.
As the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported at the time, "Jews make up just over 2 percent of the American population. They could soon take up almost half the Supreme Court bench."
Lindsey Graham of all people actually pushed back against Schumer's bigotry, saying his decision was a "massive step backward":
Despite Schumer voting against Quattlebaum, he was nonetheless confirmed to the district judgeship on Thursday, 69-29.
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