Desperate Liberals Brand Sessions as "RACIST!" These Black Leaders Have None of It...
There's a lot of drama surrounding Sen. Jeff Sessions and his appointment as Attorney General. For background, our overlords at Conservative Review have excellent articles here and here. Long story short, when Sessions was appointed as a Judge in the 80s, there were unproven accusations of racism. Leftist politics haven't changed much. Clearly. So of course liberals today, ignoring all of Sessions accomplishments of the past thirty years, are crying RAAAAAAAACISM. Hopefully you were in a seated position whilst reading that little truth nugget.
Here's a plot-twist, though. Guess who isn't crying racism. All of the African-Americans who have worked with Jeff Sessions...
"There are many African American Democrats in Alabama standing with Jeff Sessions saying that he is a good man and he is not a racist—let that be heard around the nation."
To give you an idea about some of the attacks, William Smith is the other guy in the now infamous Tim Scott tweet:
It's agreed that Tim Scott wins the internet for 2017. Everyone else should just stop trying. It's over. You can all go home now. Incidentally, the reason the above is a screen capture and not a live tweet? Simone @Simonalisa not only deleted the tweet, he deleted his account. Tim Scott.
What we have here are actual black Americans attesting that a white man they've worked with? Not racist. But if you're of the darker skin complexion, you're not allowed to have opinions which didn't come from Democrats Are Us handbook. If thou strays a dark-skinned toe out of line, thou shall receive great wrath from Democrats espousing tolerance.
Who're the real racists again? When does that trial begin, because I want box seats.
We get it, liberals. Trump pantsed you in November, looked at your tiny wieners, and laughed. You want revenge. But the false accusations of racism? That's one of the reasons you got Trump in the first place. If you want more Trump, it would be easy to just endorse his 2020 reelection.