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Hooded Klansmen Protest Against Sessions In Senate Hearings

In a display of truth and honesty that they never intended to demonstrate, Codepink soldiers donned Ku Klux Klan hoods and robes and protested Donald Trump’s appointment of Jeff Sessions to be America’s next Attorney General.

Actually, the Codepink crowd are against Jeff Sessions becoming Attorney General, but they wore KKK apparel, and if the robes had been worn by real KKK men they would be, in the demented, pretend, upside-down minds of the Codepink protesters, chanting in favor of Sessions (who Codepink wants us to believe is a racist). But in this designed-for-TV case the hood and robe bearers were Codepink liberals chanting taunts against Sessions, so one employs literary license in order to state that Sessions was being protested by the KKK. Get it? I’m not certain I do, but we’re dealing with lunatic, radical liberals here, so our imagination has to play a part in understanding the situation and the picture that Codepink is trying to paint.

Conservatives should thank these people for their apparent admission of their true fascist, disruptive leanings, and we thank them for telling anyone who didn’t already know what poor losers they are when their ultra-liberal candidates don’t win elections. This demonstration also proved the inevitable fallback position that all liberals resort to when they can’t convince the American public to vote for their candidates, and when their in-your-face, and often violent, confrontations don’t make their opponents run and hide: pure, unmitigated racist rhetoric and accusations. They are completely unable to make a sensible, persuasive argument for their radical positions on anything, so they resort to racism and violence to get their way.

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About Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor and Verisign manager, 72 years old, living in the Kansas City area.