Two Senate seats shy of radicalism

Schumer made it clear to the public that if Democrats hold the House of Representatives and gain a couple of Senate seats, they would be able to enact radical policies on a number of different issues.

They would have the votes to enact the radical House-passed bill to enshrine in federal law a nationwide right to abortion through all nine months of pregnancy.

They would have the votes to enact the Equality Act, a heavy-handed “LGBT rights” bill that would, according to one liberal law professor, “crush” religious dissenters.

They would have the votes to make two new states out of the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico and then enact the most extreme immigration policy that 50 Senate Democrats and 218 House Democrats would support.