Saturday, February 11, 2017


A lot of bruhaha last week in De Standaard re Elizabeth Warren's reading of a 1986 letter by Coretta Scott King claiming that Sessions was a racist or some such.

That's what the gullible Belgian MSM follower got.

What he did not get was, a.o.:

Via Townhall, February 10:


"Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., did not approve of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) invoking her aunt's name to smear Jeff Sessions. Warren was silenced Tuesday night on the Senate floor during the vote to confirm Jeff Sessions as attorney general. In her crusade against Sessions, Warren pulled out all the racist charges she could think of. At one point, Warren tried to read a letter Coretta Scott King once penned to object to Sessions' nomination to a federal judgeship in the 1980s. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell informed her she was breaking Senate rules and effectively cut off her mic. Of course, she and her liberal supporters only used that as momentum.

King, however, saw right through Warren's crusade. In an appearance on Fox News' "Your World With Neil Cavuto," she shamed the Massachusetts senator for daring to invoke her family's name to bring down a decent man.

“So it’s almost like a bait and switch, stir up their emotions, use the name King — and my name is Alveda King — stir up people’s emotions [and] play the race card, which she was attempting to do,” King said.

King, who knows her aunt much better than Warren, mused that she would have given Sessions credit for the efforts he made in regards to civil rights. Perhaps most notably, Sessions helped secure the death penalty for a KKK leader in Alabama.

“Aunt Coretta was a very reasonable women and she, with integrity, would have noted that he had done some great work in fighting against discrimination,” she explained."

And Dr. King repeated her remarks on Fox & Friends:

And what is absolutely FORBIDDEN to know o'er here in the Low Countries is that a NAACP chapter gave Senator Jeff Sessions an award in 2009:

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Photo provided by Lindsey Graham of all people.

Although in all honesty, personally I wouldn't give a hoot about a NAACP Award. I consider the NAACP a racist and superfluous organization. The national advancement of colored people would be much better served if those 'colored' people - I actually hate to use that phrase, if I were an American I would just prefer to talk about Americans - would look toward some real role models.

Like Colonel Gregory Gadson, for instance.

THIS man didn't whine about raaaaaaacism.

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Nor did he need the NAACP to become Commander of Fort Belvoir. Eat THAT, Fauxcahontas.


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