Leftist groups normally associated with the Democratic party are amping up their activity in the weeks before Donald Trump’s inauguration. With feminazi queen bee Gloria Steinem joining the march on Washington by aggrieved female Hillary Clinton supporters and Michael Moore plotting anarchy, black grievance mongers won’t be denied their share of the limelight.
The NAACP in particular is at the tip of the spear in the coming vicious smear campaign against Donald Trump’s Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions. On Tuesday a number of local activists staged a silly political stunt by occupying Sessions’ local office and staging a silly sit-in until the police moved in and took several participants to the pokey.
AL.com reports that “Police arrest NAACP protesters at Sen. Jeff Sessions’ Mobile office”:
Six people including NAACP President and CEO Cornell William Brooks have been arrested during a sit-in staged at the Mobile office of Sen. Jeff Sessions.
While there were about 30 protesters at the sit-in when it began around midday on Tuesday, many of them left before the arrests were made by the Mobile Police Department just before 7:00 p.m.
The remaining members that were arrested were: Alabama State Conference President, Benard Simelton, Humanity in Action Fellow, Devon Crawford, the President of Mobile Chapter 5044, Lizzetta McConnell, National Director of the Youth and College Division of NAACP, Stephen Green and Joe Keffer.
NAACP President Cornell William Brooks tweeted shortly before 6:30 p.m. that he believed he and others occupying the office were soon to be arrested.
“The building manager has requested that we leave. And the police have just arrived. We are about to be arrested.”
Earlier today, Brooks joined Alabama NAACP President Bernard Simelton to rebuke Sessions — President-elect Trump’s nominee for attorney general.
As a matter of conscience and conviction, we can neither be mute nor mumble our opposition to Sen. Jefferson Beauregard Sessions becoming attorney general of the United States,” Brooks said in a statement. “Sen. Sessions has callously ignored the reality of voter suppression but zealously prosecuted innocent civil rights leaders on trumped up charges of voter fraud. As an opponent of the vote, he can’t be trusted to be the chief law enforcement officer for voting rights.”
The Democrats and their minions are mobilizing against Sessions who is being denounced as a racist in the hopes that they can derail his confirmation. Such a strategy is a long shot and could only blow back on the Democrats who clearly haven’t learned their lesson about how quickly that you can be burned when playing racial politics.