Watch: Dem Sen. Chuck Schumer Tries to Scare Americans Into Supporting Controversial Border Bill

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As the prospects for success of the Senate’s border bill seem to be fading fast, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is now reduced to making threats against Americans in a desperate bid to force the bill to pass.

Appearing on MSNBC on Monday, the New York Democrat had a laundry list of warnings about how the world will erupt in flames if he doesn’t get his open borders policies passed. And each proclamation was more shrill than the last as he worked to push the bill that co-sponsor, Oklahoma GOP Sen. James Lankford, is being slammed for due to the bill’s mass amnesty scheme.

To kick off the segment with Schumer, the hopelessly left-wing “Morning Joe” host Mika Bzezinski expressed her shock that the bill — which she absurdly termed “as bi-partisan as it gets” — was having so much opposition from Republicans. Apparently, she doesn’t see the contradiction in her proclaiming something as “bi-partisan” that is facing stiff opposition from the Republican side. It sure doesn’t seem all that “bi-partisan” now does it, Mika?

Schumer started his comments talking about how gosh darn hard he was working to let millions of illegals stream across the border unchecked. Why, he even had to take a phone call at midnight, he said in faux exasperation.

But he soon got to his written out talking points that he disgorged on MSNBNC.

“We’re at a turning point in America,” Schumer said gravely as he delved into his canned speech. “This bill is crucial, and history will look back on it and say, ‘Did America fail itself?’”

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