John Feal, a first responder on 11 September, said he was not "happy" after a meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky, but his decision to vote on funding Satisfied were first-aiders of September 11, who had health problems after risking their lives to save others.
Feal had just met with McConnell after a lengthy fight in which comedian Jon Stewart accused the legislature of not issuing a financing package for the first responders. It's unclear why Senate legislation has stalled, but Feal said McConnell's compliance came when they questioned his "humanity."
"Today we questioned his humanity and he insisted," Feal said, when someone asked if McConnell raised concerns.
He also discharged lawmakers and said that they worked for the people and not the other way around. "They work for us, the chairs they put their a ** in, the pencils they use, the pencils they write on, we pay for it, that's us, they work for us, Mitch Mcconnell. " works for us, "he said.
" He works for all of you – and today Mitch McConnell promised to work for us, and I'll take him at his word. "
Feal mentioned how he presented McConnell with the badge of Luis Alvarez, a first responder he would visit before his imminent death, and Feal choked before announcing to the press that he would visit Alvarez later in the day  "He now has his badge and if he deviates from his commitment, we will return to attack mode," he told McConnell.
Alvarez, a police officer, testified in front of Congress in early June while battling liver cancer. "Now I rest and am at peace. I'll keep fighting until God decides it's time, "Alvarez reportedly said on Facebook.
JON STEWART: The 9/11 victims are at the bottom of their rope, seeking help from Congress.  "I'm in the hospice now because the doctors can not do anything else to fight the cancer, it had nothing to do with my trip to DC, that was just a coincidence," read his Facebook post.
After Stewart made an emotional plea to the Senate, McConnell claimed that the legislature was very busy, suggesting that the comedian try to find a way to be insulted.
Later, Stewart mocked the majority leader and said, "I'm so sorry, I did not do that. I do not want to interrupt her … with her jobs! During a performance in "The Late Show," he accused McConnell of using 9/11 responders as political farmers.
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You've Used It It's a political pawn to get other things you want, and you're not doing the job completely, and your answer to that accusation is, 'Yes, you, we're Congress. That's how we do it. "