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Black man who worked for Sen. Jeff Sessions dispels notion that his former boss is racist

Monday, November 21, 2016 16:24
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Black man who worked for Sen. Jeff Sessions dispels notion that his former boss is racist

The mainstream media decried President-elect Donald Trump’s announcement Friday that he would be nominating Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions to be his attorney general, alleging that Sessions has a racist past. According to many liberals, Sessions’ questionable past was the reason his federal judgeship nomination was blocked by the Senate in 1986.

However, many have come to the aid of Sessions over the weekend — both Republicans and Democrats — to vouch for his character, integrity and ability to uphold the law equally for all Americans.

One of those people, William Smith, was hired by and worked with Sessions for nearly a decade as the first black chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee. According to Smith, the people making the accusations against Sessions are simply trying to spread “false rumors” because they disagree with the senator politically.

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