Schumer: Despite Midterms, ‘Public Knows in Its Gut’ That Big Government is Best

The Washington Free Beacon

Despite devastating midterm results for Democrats and a rise in public distrust of government, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D, NY.) said believes that deep down the public knows big government is best for them.

“When government failed to deliver on a string of noneconomic issues, the rollout of the Obamacare exchanges, the mishandling of the surge in border crossers, ineptitude at the V.A., initial handling of the Ebola threat, people lost faith in government’s ability to work, then blamed the incumbent governing party, Democrats, creating a Republican wave,” Schumer said.

Schumer said he does not want the numbers from this election fool you–Americans believe in big government through and through, he said..

“Ultimately, the public knows in its gut that a strong and active government is the only way to reverse the middle-class decline and help revive the American dream,” Schumer said.



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