As we have seen since November 8th, American leftists aren’t handling being denied an electoral participation trophy. Parents of toddlers know that any tantrum can be waited out, but when the toddler fits are coming from grownups they can keep finding ways to prolong them. With the reality of their failure even more real now that Inauguration Day is close, they are just going to stomp their feet louder.
Six NAACP demonstrators were arrested after occupying the Mobile office of Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, calling for him to turn down his controversial nomination to become the next U.S. Attorney General.
More than a dozen protesters entered the office around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Benard Simelton, president of the Alabama State Conference of the NAACP, told the Daily News from Sessions’ office.
“Our objective is certainly to stop his nomination,” Simelton said, “but our objective is also to get out the word to people in power to stop it.”
NAACP President Cornell William Brooks was among those sitting in Sessions’ office, and said at 7:30 p.m. that he and his fellow protesters were about to be arrested after the building manager requested that they leave.
This particular tantrum is rooted in the ongoing Democrat lie about voter suppression. Any attempt to avert fraud is portrayed as a return to 1960. Sessions is Public Enemy Number One for having prosecuted voter fraud.
Sessions is a supremely qualified nominee for Attorney General. His nomination is only being called “controversial” because the miserable Hillary faithful are determined to battle every move President-elect Trump makes. Sessions’ resume is stellar.
Thanks to Harry Reid, Democrats won’t have much power to fight Trump’s nominees, and that has to add to the fevered anguish they all have.
Kinda adds something to it, doesn’t it?
There will almost certainly be more “Occupy” style protests, along with the criminal traffic blocking affairs too. The Democrats and progressives (especially the progressives) have become less and less interested in opposition that works through legal channels. The tantrums are going away any time soon, and these big babies love the sound of their own crying.
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