Here’s all you need to know from Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing

And his very words are blindly staring him in the face as he lied boldly on the stand on Capitol Hill, said everyone.  In the hearing,  Sessions, was forced to discuss everything from Muslims; racism, and immigration.   The issue?  None of which what was said during the hearing actually align with Sessions’ own previous actions and words.

In 1986,  Session was barred on a federal level after allegations of racism surfaced that later found him unfit to serve in the position he had then sought. His response during the hearing?  He called the allegations of racism “damnably false charges.””the caricature of me in 1986 was not correct,” he said. “I do not harbor the kind of animosity and race-based discrimination ideas that I was accused of. I did not.”

On Muslim Immigration: I have no belief and do not support the idea that Muslims as a religious group should be denied admission to the United States.”

Overall: “You know who I am. You know what I believe in. You know that I am a man of my word and can be trusted to do what I say I will do. You know that I revere our Constitution and am committed to the rule of law. And you know that I believe in fairness, impartiality, and equal justice under the law.”

Obama’s Dream Program: Its consitutionally questionable he said.

Russian Hacking: Yes, Sessions is against Trump on this one at least the Sessions that wants America to believe he won’t be a crooked cop.

Meanwhile protesters including the KKK tried to bust up the hearing in Washington today.

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