A group of black pastors are refuting charges of racism being thrown around concerning Senator Jeff Sessions 

A group of black pastors are refuting charges of racism being thrown around concerning Senator Jeff Sessions and his nomination to become President-elect Trump’s attorney general.
Senator Sessions’ detractors point to some gaffes and jokes he made years ago, but his career has been marked with comments like these he made from the Senate floor in 2006 on the passing of Coretta Scott King, the widow of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.:
“Our state and our nation is the better for her life, for Rosa Parks’ life, for Dr. King’s life. They changed a system that could not be defended. It was a system that treated people because of the color of their skin as second-class citizens and not equally.”

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