Giving credit where credit is due, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer invoked the name of former President Donald Trump in remarks on the Senate floor as part of the debate over the For The People voting rights Act.
The New York Democratic Senator pointed out Trump's constant lying about his loss in the 2020 election was impetus for the Republican frenzy to enact voter suppression laws in response to a nonexistent problem.
You can see an excerpt of Schumer's remarks here:
Schumer—in his role as Senate Majority Leader—pushed for a June vote on the Democrat supported legislation to protect every citizens right to vote.
You can see Schumer's full Senate floor speech here: