Senator’s Social Media Post On Father’s Day Gets A Lot Of Attention

    On what might have been considered an idyllic ‘Father’s Day,’ Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer found himself in a rather heated scenario. The day, which should have been leisurely, was spent with Schumer showcasing his grilling skills wearing a casual T-shirt and shorts at his daughter’s home.

    However, there was one major problem.

    Schumer was trying to show how he is not a stuck up elitist but a man of the people except it actually showed he doesn’t cook for himself and has no idea what he’s doing.

    “Out family has lived in an apartment building for all of our years, but my daughter and her wife just bought a house with a backyard and for the first time we’re having a barbecue with hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill!” The Senate Majority leader wrote on social media.

    The image showed Schumer with a piece of cheese on a raw burger. The image was quickly deleted.

    Taking advantage of the brewing fiasco, political rivals, including Donald Trump Jr., criticized Schumer’s actions. Trump Jr. humorously offered his assistance, stating, “If you need help learning how to do basic grilling stuff let me know, nice try relating though.”

    Unfortunately, this admission did not satisfy grilling enthusiasts, who promptly criticized the 73-year-old Democrat on social media. Some reactions were sarcastic, with users making comments like, “Remember this the next time you hear someone brag about their Harvard degree.” Others took a more humorous approach, with one user joking, “King Charles is more likely to know how to make a cheeseburger than Charles Schumer, and I am sure the King has no clue.”

    The criticism was not just about Schumer’s grilling techniques. The appearance of the burgers also caused a stir. One user expressed their concern, saying, “I don’t know about you, but when I grill burgers, the meat is fresh and red, not pale gray like rotten meat.” Another added, “There’s not one bit of seasoning on those pre-made frozen old-meat burgers.”

    In Schumer’s case, the criticism went beyond just his “culinary skills.” As a leading Jewish official, he also faced religious criticism for placing cheese on the meat – a practice prohibited in Jewish tradition. Rabbi Elchanan Poupko expressed his concern, saying, “I love you Chuck, but the cheese in the burger was just not necessary. It’s pretty basic Jewish practice to avoid mixing meat and dairy.”



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