PLOT TWIST: Prominent Black Civil Rights Leaders Back Sessions
Prominent black civil rights attorneys have endorsed Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions’ appointment to become attorney general, in letters exclusively obtained by The Daily Caller.
Democrats have voiced concerns with the possibility of Sessions’ serving as attorney general. Democratic National Committee chairwoman Donna Brazile has said, “His demonstrated disdain for the rights of ordinary Americans, his history of discrimination and pattern of racist behavior make him unfit to serve as the next Attorney General.”
But Alabama native Fred Gray, who represented Rosa Parks after she was arrested for refusing to give up a Montgomery bus seat, certainly does not think Sen. Sessions is a racist. Gray sent Sen. Sessions a letter on November 22 obtained by The Daily Caller in which he praised the work the Alabama senator has done to help him. – READ MORE