I hope these people continue to show up in KKK outfits every day. It only reinforces why Trump won the election in the first place.
Daily Mail reports before Donald Trump's pick for attorney general Jeff Sessions even got a chance to speak, several protesters dressed like members of the Ku Klux Klan made their views known as they shouted down 'Jefferson Bearegard' and called the senator a 'racist.'Sessions, as his own witness, opened up the hearing by pushing back at allegations of racial insensitivity that plagued his 1986 nomination in front of the same Senate panel to the federal district court bench.He called charges of racism 'damnably false.'The longtime senator from Alabama, who was the first in the upper chamber to endorse the president-elect, told lawmakers that he would recuse himself from going after Hillary Clinton.
'This country does not punish its political enemies,' he said.Sessions seemed to break with Trump in saying that he didn't support a Muslim ban, a pitch the Republican candidate made, but later revised.He also suggested he wouldn't support waterboarding, calling it 'absolutely' illegal, while also expressing confidence in the FBI and other intelligence agencies who have pointed a finger toward Russia in explaining the Democrats' election year hacks.