What’s changed since 2009? Oh, yea, right: the Dems are out of power. That changes everything.
Sen. Jeff Sessions has been put through a giant rigmarole during his confirmation hearing, which at this point seems like it’s been going on for years.
Democrats took to the Senate floor Wednesday to filibuster Sessions’ confirmation from coming to a vote. The Dems know that with a Republican-controlled Congress, it will only be a matter of time before Sessions is approved as the next U.S. Attorney General.
They call it a confirmation hearing, but there hasn’t been much in the way of confirming going on.
The left side of the aisle has done nothing but turn these hearings into witch-hunts and name-calling exhibitions. And the one name they always seem to have no problem calling Sessions — and anyone else who doesn’t agree with their radical ideology — is “racist.”
They have tried to dig up every possible thing they can to connect Sessions to a history of racism. But a little factoid they neglected to mention was that in 2009, the NAACP gave Sessions their Governmental Award of Excellence.
Sen. Lindsay Graham tweeted out the following:
Lindsey Graham on Twitter
The NAACP now opposes Sen. Jeff Sessions…..though in 2009 they honored him with their Governmental Award of Excellence. #ConfirmSessions