Hot Mic Reveals Dem Leader’s Midterm Panic


Democratic U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York was caught on a hot microphone admitting to President Joe Biden that the Democrats were losing the U.S. Senate election in Georgia to the Republicans.

Schumer was speaking to Biden on an airfield tarmac Thursday when his comments were caught by a Washington Post microphone.

“The state where we’re going downhill is Georgia,” said Schumer. “It’s hard to believe that they will go for Herschel Walker.”

Schumer and the president were surrounded by New York Gov. Kathy Hochul and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, both New York Democrats.

“But our early turnout in Georgia is huge! Huge!” he added enthusiastically.

Video of the exchange was widely shared on social media:

Schumer also explained the state of other midterm elections during the exchange and claimed that the poor performance of Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman in a debate with Republican candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz wasn’t hurting Democrats.

“It looks like the debate didn’t hurt us too much in Pennsylvania as of today, so that’s good,” he said on the video, “and basically, we’re picking up steam in Nevada.”
The race to fill one of Pennsylvania’s two seats on the U.S. Senate could be the key to flipping control of Congress to Republicans. Polling shows that the race has tightened significantly from earlier when Fetterman had an advantage over Oz.
The Tuesday night debate between the candidates could have been the moment that Oz seized the advantage as questions about¬†Fetterman’s health¬†and ability to fulfill the obligations of the office worsened. Democrats have used social media¬†to barrage¬†those who have pointed out Fetterman’s poor performance.

Early voting in Pennsylvania has already begun.
Here’s the video of the hot mic moment:

Original Article: Chuck Schumer caught on hot mic telling Biden that Democrats are losing pivotal Senate race in Georgia – TheBlaze

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  1. Joey says

    ScumManure =evil, worthless, traitor.

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