Elizabeth Warren ‘Silenced’ Again After Video Surfaces Of MLK’s Wife Thanking Senator Sessions
The racially-divisive stunt that Senator Warren tried to pull last night – by quoting a letter from the late Coretta Scott King, civil rights activist and wife of Martin Luther King Jr., who wrote in 1986, during Sessions’ failed confirmation hearing for a federal judgeship, that he “had used the awesome power of his office to chill the free exercise of the vote by black citizens” as a U.S. attorney in Alabama – ended with her being silenced by Senate vote.
Tonight, we suspect she will choose to silence herself as more recent video of Coretta Scott King surfaces destroying her warrant-less claim was that King’s wife’s words framed Sessions as a bigot, as she thanks Senator Sessions for his help in the construction of the Rosa Parks Library and Museum…
As far as Senator Warren is concerned, even MLK’s niece lambasted her for playing the race card…
— True Pundit (@true_pundit) February 8, 2017
Still what would one expect, when all you have is an ‘identity politics’ hammer, every ‘problem’ is a nail.