The line in the sand in the Democrat party has been very clearly drawn.
You are either all-in or you are all-out.
Senator Diane Feinstein (D-CA) made the mistake of being cordial to Amy Coney Barrett and hugging Senator Graham (R-S.C.) after the Judiciary Committee hearings last week and with numerous party members calling for her head, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is refusing to come to her defense.
Silence is Complicity
Democrats were already pissed when Feinstein made the mistake of complimenting Barrett during the proceedings.
When she hugged Graham, however, that really put everyone over the edge.
Almost immediately, there were calls for her to be removed as the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
When Schumer was asked about a possible change, he did everything but stick up for Feinstein.
Schumer stated, “I had a long and serious talk with Sen. Feinstein.
“That’s all I’m going to say about it right now.”
It is just sad when civility gets you in trouble, but Democrats are making it clear that while they call for unity, divide and anger is what they truly want.
You can read more about this report in the New York Post.