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Sen. Jeff Sessions victim of “Anti-White, Anti-Southern Racist Obsession”

 

The Washington Times recently (early Jan 2017) published an article entitled “A media noose for Jeff Sessions: He’s a white son of the South and that’s enough to justify a lynching,” written by well-known and highly disrespected Screwball Ken Blackwell.

 

After donning a pair of official Trumponian Industrial Strength Knee Pads, Kenny told the Washington Times’ low I.Q. subscribers:

 

“There’s only one reason why large news organizations invest so much time, energy and money — they sent reporters to Alabama, each of whom spent a week there — to do these biased stories, and it’s time someone said what it is.”

“The reason is because someone, somewhere, deep down doesn’t believe a white man from Alabama should be the attorney general of the United States.”

 

Kenny went on to tell the Times’ intellectually disadvantaged readers:

 

“This is an effort to mis-define Jeff Sessions in a way that they can destroy him, they can marginalize him.”

“Even if they don’t have the numbers to stop his nomination, they want to create an image of him that is false that they can, in fact, use to justify their continuous attack on the rule of law, their continuous advancement of a country without borders and voters without borders so that they have some sort of retention of a political advantage in upcoming years.” “And that’s what this is all about. This is pure and simple the Borking of Jeff Sessions.”

 

There is no doubt that Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions is a dyed-in-the-wool Bigot. To suggest otherwise is to claim that after Rev. Martin Luther King’s assassination in Memphis on April 4, 1968, that Beauregard was two votes short of becoming the next Chairman of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People).

 

Beauregard was born in Selma, Alabama, on December 24, 1946. Beauregard spent his formative years (1954 thru 1973) living in and around Selma. The infamous and bloody civil rights march in Selma took place on March 7 1965. Beauregard was 18-years old at the time and still living in the greater Selma area.

 

No record exists proving that Beauregard was a member of the folks who matched in Selma for securing equal voting rights. Therefore, we can safely assume that Beauregard was not sympathetic to this civil rights issue.

 

I have personally visited Alabama on numerous occasions from the 1970s through the early 1990s and I can say without any reservations that I witnessed overt racism on each visit.

 

For Kenny, the Screwball to claim that Beauregard of “Anti-White Racism” doesn’t pass the involuntary laugh test. As a betting man, I’d be wailing to wager $1,000 that at least in the distant past and more than likely in recent times, that Beauregard has repeatedly used the “N” word.

 

And lastly, Beauregard is the least qualified person to have ever been nominated tone the United States Attorney General. On the other hand, if you’re a bigot, homophobe, white nationalist, member of the Klan or a Skinhead, Beauregard is clearly your choice.

 

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