Elizabeth Warren Didn’t Expect To Get Kicked Out Of The Senate On Live TV, But She Did

Last night as the Democrats continued to seek out and destroy President Trump’s cabinet nominations, Elizabeth Warren received terrible news as she spoke to the Senate. Warren was speaking to the Senate on the grounds that Jeff Sessions should not be this nation’s Attorney General.

She believes this, because of something Coretta Scott King wrote in opposition to Sessions’ 1986 push to become a federal judge. The opposition was not the issue as everyone has differing opinions.

The issue was Warren saying that Sessions was a disgrace and that is not okay on the Senate floor. She got shut down immediately!

The drama began when Warren, quoting a 30-year-old letter by civil rights leader Coretta Scott King, referred to the Alabama Republican as a “disgrace.”

King’s letter was written in 1986, when Sessions was nominated to the federal bench but was never confirmed. King, the widow of Martin Luther King Jr., also wrote that when acting as a federal prosecutor, Sessions used his power to “chill the free exercise of the vote by black citizens.”

Warren’s reference drew the ire of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., who said that Warren had “impugned the motives of our colleague from Alabama.”

And in the video above you can clearly see that the liberals are losing their minds over this.

For the record, Jeff Sessions helped to desegregate all of Alabama, but you’ll never hear that coming from the liberal side. Remember, there are two sides to everything. What liberals say, and the truth.

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