Donald J. Trump’s new attorney general, Jeff Sessions, had a televised hearing on Tuesday.
The left has incorrectly labeled Sessions a “racist,” so of course the protesters all came out to the courthouse. Many were wearing KKK costumes.
But unfortunately for them, they were swiftly thrown out!
The Daily Mail reported, Before Donald Trump’s pick for attorney general Jeff
Sessions even got a chance to speak, several protesters dressed like members of the Ku Klux Klan made their views known as they shouted down ‘Jefferson Bearegard’ and called the senator a ‘racist.’ In the early moments of the hearing, Sessions sat in the crowd with one of his granddaughters on his knee – four of his 10 grandkids were on hand – as Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, the chairman of the committee, brought of the Ku Klux Klan too – but Sessions’ record in going after it.
Grassley talked about how Sessions oversaw the investigation of Klansman Francis Hays ‘for the brutal abduction and murder of a black teenager Michael Donald.’ ‘He made sure that case was brought to state court where the defendant was eligible for and received the punishment that he justly deserved: the death penalty,’ Grassley said.
Sessions’ record on civil rights will be front and center in the scheduled two-day hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, the same committee that voted down a federal district court judgeship for Sessions in 1986, over a number of racially-insensitive comments that came out.
Look at these little cry babies protesting the confirmation of Sessions.
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