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Daniels, who is known for the hit song "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," wrote a letter published by CNS News criticizing Schumer for having what Daniels suggested was a blind allegiance to the Democratic party.
"There"s something sinister about seeing you bent over the lectern in the Senate Chamber," Daniels wrote. "There is not one drop of happiness in your life, forecasting a dismal future for America if anything President Trump proposes passes both houses, is signed and becomes law."
Daniels acknowledged Schumer must have been disappointed when Hillary Clinton lost the election to Trump. But Daniels then said Schumer has forgotten about the working people and the empty factories, and has taken advantage of inner cities with empty promises.
The country singer castigated Schumer and the Democratic party for blaming Russia for their presidential loss.
"Instead of looking inward at the real cause for your party"s loss, you had to find a scapegoat, and if it hadn"t been Russia, it would have been something else," Daniels wrote.
He then asked Schumer whether he honestly believed that Trump colluded with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"Will you lay your hand on a Holy Bible and tell America that you believe in your heart that Donald Trump has actually colluded with Vladimir Putin and the Russian government to the detriment of the United States of America?" Daniels asked before he guessed that Schumer"s special council would only come up with superficial answers.
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Daniels wrote that Schumer has "opened Pandora"s Box and thrown away the lid," and asked Schumer questions regarding scandals that have plagued Democrats. Daniels cited issues including Hillary Clinton signing off on allowing a Russian agency to purchase a company holding up to 20 percent of America’s uranium production capacity, Clinton"s email server and former top IRS official Lois Lerner pleading the 5th and retiring with full benefits.
"You see, sir, Pandora is neither a Democrat nor a Republican, and what is revealed in the coming months could well be a two-edged sword," Daniels wrote. "Be careful what you wish for."