Live Thread: Senate Democrats To Hold All Night “Talk In” To Oppose Jeff Sessions Nomination

He has served with these lunatics in the Senate for twenty years:

“Fresh off an all-night talkathon on the Senate floor to protest President Trump’s nominee to head the Department of Education, Senate Democrats are planning another overnight debate.

This time, they will be protesting Trump’s pick to serve as attorney general, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.).

Three Senate Democratic sources told The Hill that lawmakers will again talk all night — from Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning — to vent their opposition to Sessions, who has been accused of making racially insensitive remarks as a U.S. attorney in Alabama decades ago. …”

If you want to tune in and watch these shitlibs talk, it is on CSPAN 2 right now.

The moral of the story: everything is “racist” and it is a complete waste of time to suck up to these people. Sen. Sessions gained nothing from marching over the Edmund Pettus Bridge with John Lewis. He gained nothing from prosecuting the Ku Klux Klan or any of this other stuff the cucks are boasting about. If you oppose their agenda, you are by definition a “racist.”

Racist = a political cudgel used to browbeat White males into submission.

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  1. Racist = a political cudgel used to browbeat White males into submission.

    Negro = a political cudgel used to browbeat White people into submission.

    • Jewish parents usually avoid hitting their children, and, instead, will employ guilt, shame + incentives, to influence the course of events to their satisfaction.

      With regards to your comments, Mr. Owen, you will, doubtlessly, ascertain the continuity of state of mind, which guides the manner in which The New England Government endeavours to build it’s society over the subjugated ashes of our Southron one.


      This picture, Mr. Owen, is my intuitive picture of Beauregard Sessions.

      That said, I think that Senator Sessions manifests a common syndrome I have witnesst amongst many fine members of the SCV – a condition I term, ‘consciously reconstructed, unconsciously unreconstructed.’

      Some symptoms of this behavior are…

      #1. Mild to great sympathy for negroes.

      #2. Reverence for two opposing flags, two entirely different understandings of what the law is, how it is to be interpreted, and to whom it applies, in what measure..

      #3.Nostalgia for old ways, while maintaining a careful publick posture that is a qualified renunciation of them.

      #4. A determination to show others how truly unprejudicet they are, and how Southerners can be truly’ just’ and ‘good’, by so doing.

      #5. A deracinated anti-racist qualification of the Southern Cause.

      #6. Extensive knowledge at playing at Confederate (reenactors) while maintaining a studied posture of not being threatening to the Yankee society.

      #7. A fanatical willingness to insist that fairness can never exist within the context of any partiality.

      In dealing with those whom I identify as such, I have found that, if they are not made conscious of their reconstructed nature (I avoid certain topicks) they will behave in a profoundly Confederate way – in a manner that can be, in spite of being unconscious, can be striking.

      Baset on this, I predict that the new Attorney-General for The New England Government will bring about a profound transformation of the current nation, because, even though he will be the first to deny it, his actions will direct the full fury of the Yankee Government not so much at minorities as at scalawags,


      Yes, centuries after all of us are less than a memory, they will still be studying this pivotal contest, much as Robert Lee vs. John Brown, at Harpers Ferry, still is.

      • My concern, Junius, is that he has in the past, and will again, cuck out. However, I like the picture. It’s based on one of my favorite generals, G.T. Beauregard. It has also caused a great deal of mixed amusement and horror among the enemy. Which I enjoy.

        • Well, Mr. Owen, tThis is the pinnacle of Senator Sessions’s life, and he now has the ability to affect something that has irkt and concerned him for a long time.

          Will he ‘cuck-out’?; as you say.

          He may, though, I will spot you 3-1 odds he won’t.

          I think his deepest instincts will triumph over his conditioning.

          Do you take my odds?

  2. I can’t decide whether Hunter Wallace is on song or whether he’s being presented with a series of easy cases that lend themselves to pithy summation.

    Anyway: well done.

  3. ‘He gained nothing from prosecuting the Ku Klux Klan or any of this other stuff the cucks are boasting about. If you oppose their agenda, you are by definition a “racist.”’

    Without a doubt, Sir, YET … maybe their stance is even further than you think.

    Might it be that any White Alabaman is already ‘ racist’, unless he can prove otherwise?; and, if he could prove it, how many times would he have to do so, before being considered beyond suspicion? …

  4. Forked tongue Warren slapped down for violating Senate rules in attack on Sessions.

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren was not allowed to finish her debate on Sen. Jeff Sessions’ nomination for attorney general after the Senate found she had violated Senate Rule XIX on Tuesday night.

    The rule says, among other things, “no Senator in debate shall, directly or indirectly, by any form of words impute another Senator or other Senators any conduct or motive unworthy or unbecoming a Senator.” The rule was enacted after a 1902 fistfight on the Senate floor.

    Sessions is a Republican from Alabama.

    Warren, D-Mass., was found to be in violation of the rule after reading from a 1986 letter from Coretta Scott King, the widow of Martin Luther King Jr. King submitted the letter to the Senate in opposition to Sessions nomination for a federal judgeship in 1986. He was not confirmed for the position.

    Warren also quoted critical comments from former Sen. Ted Kennedy.

  5. The most amusing comment I’ve heard on this front of all-out protest and legislative opposition from the Left is, “My bet is they will get exhausted in these endless protests before Trump will get tired of doing things to piss them off!”

  6. Stall tactics used to convince the lefto libtards that they’re “doing something”. I only hope Sessions will be worth all the grief.

  7. What amazes me is that, if they have this symbolick march, every year in Selma, that nobody, from our point of view, stands on the other side of the bridge, waiting for them.

    The possibilities for how that could be evincet are myriad.

  8. The moral of the story: Debasing yourself to curry favor avails one not. Sessions walked across that damned bridge with all those sanctimonious black race hustlers, and it bought him……………precisely nothing. I hope he has learned his lesson.

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