In 2003, the above picture was taken of Schumer and Putin sharing a laugh together in New York City while Putin was in town to visit a Russian company during its opening of a location in the Big Apple. Gee, don't you wonder what they were laughing about near the end of Schumer's first term in the Senate and following a lengthy period of service in the House? Maybe old Chuckie was saying he'd be more flexible in helping Vlad out after his reelection or some other such nonsense. Oh, wait, that statement was made by another prominent Democratic politician.
As a minimum, the Senator should just back off on Sessions, a good and honorable man. And what really would be appropriate would be for Schumer to publicly apologize to the Attorney General. But, unfortunately, the loyal opposition never does that, they just continue spouting their nonsense figuring that by telling it enough, it will be believed. Sadly, it works for many, but many others have finally caught on. And with this comment, my discussion of the scandal that wasn't is now over. May Jeff Sessions get back to work and do what he intends to do. And that, my friends, is to enforce the law, the mandate that the Justice Department has as it's mission. Make America Proud Again, General Sessions.