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What Sessions Really Meant Or: Sub-text Is All

Saturday, February 11, 2017 9:03
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Flag of the Ku Klux Klan Español: Bandera de K...

Flag of the Ku Klux Klan Español: Bandera de Ku Klux Klan Français : Drapeau du Ku Klux Klan Deitsch: Faahne vun Ku Klux Klan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

So… Jeff Sessions is now Trump’s attorney general (not mine). Here is what Sessions said – and what he meant.

What he said: “I can’t express how appreciative I am for those of you who stood by me during this difficult time,” Mr. Sessions said shortly after the vote. “By your vote tonight, I have been given a real challenge. I’ll do my best to be worthy of it.”

And what he meant: “I have to thank all my rich white racist buddies who know that I’ll look out for them when it comes to darkies of any race.”

What he said:  He promised a focus aligned with Mr. Trump in pushing a “law and order” agenda that includes tougher enforcement of laws on immigration, drugs and gun trafficking.”

What he meant: Niggas watch out.

United States Senate election in Alabama, 1996

United States Senate election in Alabama, 1996 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What he said: I will not be “a mere rubber stamp” for the White House.

What he meant: I will be my own “rubber stamp” when it comes to deporting anyone who ain’t white.

What he said: An attorney general has “to be able to say no, both for the country, for the legal system and for the president, to avoid situations that are not acceptable. I understand that duty.”

What he meant: Don’t worry, I’m going to say “no” to anything that advances the coloreds of our pure whit God-fearing country. Including “no” the families tryin’ to get restitution for these Nigras that get shot in the back because they have a tail-light out.

What he said: Regarding the NAACP and the ACLU…they are “Un-American” & “Communist-Inspired” For “Trying to force civil rights down the throats of people”

What he meant: We must be free to tell these uppity niggers that they are NOT equal. And never forget it.

What he said: When a white lawyer was called “a disgrace to his race” for representing black clients, Sessions said: “Well, maybe he is.”

What he meant: Niggers don’t have rights so they don’t need lawyers. Simple.

American Civil Liberties Union

American Civil Liberties Union (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What he said: I “used to think that [The KKK] were OK” until (I) learned that some of the members were “pot smokers.”

What he meant: The KKK hates niggas which is OK…It’s just too bad they smoke that nigga shit.

What he said: He warned a Black lawyer: “Be careful what you say to white folks,” calling him “boy.”

What he meant: Nigra, shut your mouth. This is America.

What he said:”In my best judgement is that the rise in crime (which is factually untrue) is a dangerous permanent trend.”

What he meant: Niggers,there’s a new sherriff in town, watch your asses.

And, he has worked to prevent expansion of the Voting Rights Act.

Why? Because darkies shouldn’t vote. Duh!

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