Sen. Schumer to introduce COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act
Sen. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Montag dared his Senate colleagues to vote against the COVID-19 hate crime law. "If so, you are ashamed," Schumer said during a press conference in New York City. (April 19th)
CHUCK SCHUMER: We are here because there has been a terrible and deeply disturbing rise in anti-Asian hate crimes here in New York and across America. And that's all we say. We simply say to America, to New York, to the world, stop hating Asian people.
Tonight at 5:00 p.m., I'm going to bring anti-Asian hate legislation, the COVID-19 hate crime law, to the Senate floor. We added two amendments that strengthen the bill and are non-partisan. This should not be a partisan issue and we will vote on the bill on Wednesday.
And I dare any senator to vote against this legislation. If you do, you will be ashamed. Shame on you. Because that's what America is all about.
GRACE MENG: We stand together because our community is afraid. We are scared. People tell their grandparents and parents not to go outside. People tell their children not to play outside even though the weather is nice. And it's been over a year of those kinds of feelings. And in the past few weeks, our attacks on the elderly and the murders in Atlanta, Georgia have only increased.
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