BREAKING: ENTIRE Senate Just SMACKED DOWN Obama & His Muslim Friends, This Is HUGE

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For years, the families of the victims of 9/11 have begged to be able to hold those responsible for the horrific attacks, and their wish is about to come true after what the Senate just did.

In a shocking move, the entire Senate unanimously passed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, which would allow them to have their day in court with nations that are suspected of funding terrorism, and Obama can’t be happy about it. If you remember, he’s actively campaigned against such a measure with the help of some GOP and Democrats members in Congress, but now the bill is headed to the House for consideration.

And the best part is that Obama won’t be able to veto this one.

The Hill has more on the Senate’s action:

President Obama has threatened to veto the bill. Schumer said he wouldn’t uphold a veto, and expects that most senators wouldn’t, either.

“I think we easily get the two-thirds override if the president should veto,” Schumer said.

Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) said he and Schumer are talking with leadership in both parties to get an “expedited” vote on the bill in the House.

White House press secretary Josh Earnest reiterated Obama’s opposition to the bill on Tuesday.

“Given the concerns we have expressed, it’s difficult to imagine the president signing this legislation,” Earnest said.

The bill would allow victims of terror attacks on U.S. soil or surviving family members to bring lawsuits against nation-states for activities supporting terrorism.

Despite bipartisan support for the legislation, it hit a snag last month when Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said he was blocking the legislation over concerns it would open up the U.S. to lawsuits from foreigners accusing Washington of supporting terrorism.

But Graham’s office said he dropped his hold over the recent recess. Cornyn thanked Graham and other GOP senators for “their willingness to work with us to deal with their concerns.”

The legislation will now head to the House, where lawmakers have also introduced their own version of the bill.

Isn’t that cool? Barring any resistance in the House, it looks as if this bill will end up becoming law at some point since Obama’s veto power will finally be overridden by the Senate.

It’s about time these idiots started working together. It only took them nearly eight years.

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