in the vicinityVideo9/11 first responders: Mitch McConnell made a commitment to the 9/11 community
First responders hold press conference after meeting with Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
John, a 9/11 first responder, said that while he was not “happy” after a meeting with Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., he was satisfied to keep with his decision, to save a vote on the financing of the 9/11 first responders, the encountered complications following the use of your life other.
This was just met with McConnell after a prolonged battle, in which comedian Jon Stewart legislator denounced failed to pass a funding package for the first answer. It is unclear why the legislation is stalled in the Senate, but said that McConnell’s compliance came, they said to him, his “humanity”.
“Today, we are challenged, his humanity, and he went,” This is said when someone asked whether McConnell’s concerns.
He also unloaded on lawmakers, saying that they had worked for the people and not the other way. “You work for us. The chairs that you put your a**it, the pins, use the pins to write to you, we will pay for that s**t. The us. They work for us. Mitch Mcconnell, works for us,” he said.
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“He works for all of you — and today, Mitch Mcconnell promised to work for us, and I will him. for his word”
This is mentioned, as he gave McConnell the badge of Luis Alvarez, a first responder, he was going to visit, before his impending death. This choked, before a visit to the press that he was going to Alvarez later in the day.
“He has his badge, and if he said too far away from his commitment, then we go back in the attack mode,” he added, referring to McConnell.
Alvarez, a COP, testifies in front of Congress earlier in June, as he struggled with cancer of the liver. “So now I’m alone and I’m at peace. I will continue to fight until the Good Lord decides it is time,” Alvarez allegedly said on Facebook.
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“I am now in hospice, because you can’t do anything else the doctors to fight the cancer. It had nothing to do with my trip to DC, it was just a coincidence,” his Facebook post read.
After Stewart’s emotional plea made before the Senate, McConnell claimed legislators were very busy, and suggested to be the comedian was trying to find a way to be offended.
Stewart later, the majority leader says mocked, “I’m so sad, I didn’t want to interrupt you… with your work!” In an appearance on The “Late Show,” he threw McConnell with 9/11 responders as political pawns.
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“You’re not good at this argument thing. Generally, we say you love the 9/11 community, if they serve their political purposes, but if you are in urgent need, you slowly walk, you dither,” he said.
“You get it as a political figure, other things you want, and you do not get the job done fully, and your answer to this accusation is,” Yes, duh, we are Congress. This is how we do.'”