Listen: Senator Jeff Flake, President Trump And Senator Tim Scott discussed on Sean Hannity
"An equal and opposite reaction read Isaac Newton's third law of motion. Sometimes the laws of physics can be fused with the laws of politics. Here's the third law of congress for every action on Capitol Hill. There was an equal and opposite reaction and consequences. Republican Senator Jeff flake said he wouldn't help advance any of President Trump's Jew. Anomalies unless he got a vote on his Bill to protect special counsel, Robert Muller from firing Senate Republicans twice block flake from calling up his Bill that's the action. And so the Senate tried to muscle through the nomination of Thomas far to the federal bench in North Carolina flake voted, no, all forty nine Democrats that produced a fifty fifty tie on a procedural vote for forest nomination. Broken by vice President Mike Pence, Republican South Carolina, Senator Tim Scott voted I on the procedural vote. But announced he would oppose far for confirmation that meant there were only forty nine years for far and fifty one nays, that's the reaction, and then the consequences in less flake relents, President Trump's judicial nominees are stalled until the new congress starts in January with the speakers lobby. Chad pergram, Fox News. Now a year and rock spotlight. Nineteen seventy-five November queens Ford album is a worldwide smash with a single bohemian rhapsody it hits number one in the UK number four in the US. Fast forward to December. Bob Marley and the Wailers released their live."