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BREAKING: First term black U.S. senator who wasn’t even alive during the civil rights movement, will testify against Trump Attorney General appointee, Jeff Sessions, because… um, what everyone else is saying. …
Washington (CNN) Democratic Sen. Cory Booker is set to testify against Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions Wednesday in an unprecedented move during his attorney general confirmation.
This would be the first time in Senate history that a sitting senator will testify against another sitting senator for a Cabinet post during a confirmation. …
Booker told CNN on Tuesday morning shortly before Sessions’ hearing started that it was “consequential moment.”
“This is one of the more consequential appointments in American history right now given the state of a lot of our challenges we have with our policing, a lot of challenges we have with race relations, gay and lesbian relations,” Booker said.
OMG! Anyone but the lesbians!
And here is Cory Booker, just one year ago, in January of 2016, expressing more revulsion for that bigoted redneck …
No, here is the hypocritical Booker praising Senator Sessions for his work in civil rights.
Can Democrats be anymore hypocritical?
Are they now going to waste valuable taxpayer dollars by dragging out the Trump nomination’s processes at every turn, just because they backed a nag who couldn’t finish the race?
Keep trotting out the flacks and hacks, Democrats.
With a little luck one of them will set him- or herself on fire, and you can blame Republicans for not regulating lighter fluid, or something.
The Other McCain
OF COURSE HE DOES: The Star Witness On Sessions’ ‘Racism’ Has Deeply Troubled History.
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