Dems’ unbelievable demand to stop debt clock from running in Capitol

I thought only babies believed if you can’t see it, it isn’t there.

Two big baby Democrat members of Congress threw a temper tantrum Tuesday during a House Financial Services Committee hearing on the budget because they don’t want to see the national debt clock running on two screens in the hearing room anymore.


The Daily Caller reported that California Rep. Maxine Waters and Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison – yes- the same man who just went crazy on Sean Hannity’s show Tuesday night – complained to Republican chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling about the debt clock displays.

“Clearly it is a political prop designed to message ideologically,” Ellison said.

The two got their way, and now, no Democrats have to look at the debt this country incurs every second of the day.

“At the request of the ranking member, the national debt clock will not be put on the screens during Democratic time,” Hensarling said.

You can run, Democrats, but you can’t hide.

Watch a clip from the Congressional hearing via the Daily Caller:



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