Bernie Sanders has a plan for the new FBI director’s Senate confirmation.
At this moment, when there's so much distrust, it would be a good idea for there to be a 60 vote threshold to confirm the next FBI director.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) May 10, 2017
That’s right, in order to make sure President Trump confirms someone Democrats approve of, the Vermont senator wants to move the threshold from a majority vote back to 60.
@SenSanders Oh Bernie. Forgot to take your Wednesday pills again did you?
— world warrior (@Worldwarrior7) May 10, 2017
Yeah Bernie, there’s just one teensy tiny problem with your master plan…
@SenSanders If only you guys hadn’t changed the rules…
— Braden (@3rdGenAggie) May 10, 2017
— Mat (@sunnyright) May 10, 2017
Ah, Harry Reid – the gift that keeps on giving.
Talk to your boy Harry Reid about that ???
— OverIt (@sublime277) May 10, 2017
@SenSanders Take it up with Harry Reid.
— Keith (@keithdunn) May 10, 2017
@SenSanders Maybe you all shouldn’t have enabled Reid to change the rules (plenty if Republicans advocated against it)…reap what you sow
— Collinsick11 (@collins11_m) May 10, 2017
— ARMANDO CHAPELLI (@BBAY798) May 10, 2017
@SenSanders Where were you back in 2013?
— OJFL (@ojfl) May 10, 2017
And finally, the real bottom line:
@SenSanders You know McConnell won’t allow that, Bernie.
— A Modest Proposal (@JungWasRight) May 10, 2017
And something for all of us to hope for, perhaps Bernie’s biggest nightmare…
— Skye (@newskye) May 10, 2017
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