It takes even bigger balls for him to then imply that another judge's opinions on cases that aren't even relevant to hers, somehow relate to hers because she and that judge are both Puerto Rican. That because they're both Puerto Rican they should vote the same.
The only way that line of reasoning makes sense is truly disturbing. In what it reveals, which is that, in letting Sessions be their attack dog for this talking point, the GOP has become the old, wetbrained, incoherent drunk sitting in his own piss in the unlit back of the barroom, screaming bitter obscenities at no one in particular, till someone gets sick of him enough to put him out of his misery.
So Sessions believes it's all about the genetic team! Racial loyalty trumps ethics, professionalism, and decency. In his mind, he's revealed, whites think the same as other whites, blacks same as blacks, Latinos with Latinos. It's an interesting world, this parallel place called Earth-GOP. And we see in others the faults that are worst in ourselves, and so with this chinless little freak. Or, as a great Texan once said:
I wonder when Sessions will come to the hearing wearing a KKK hood(he said he thought the KKK was okay till he heard some smoked pot; no, really, that's one of the things that sunk him in 1986), at the rate he's going. And possibly try to rile her by asking if she feels threatened. And hey, Sessions, thanks again for perpetuating the stereotype that Southerners are racist pigs like you.
Watch the video and feel the whole room around him cringe. The man is an idiot, asking childish and contemptible things, and I have no idea why the GOP thinks it's a good idea to talk this way. Surely there must be one or two left in that party that wants Latin voters in the future. Seriously, is the coarsest, most vulgar, pandering, croaking racism all they have left?
"Eternity in the company of Beelzebub, and all of his hellish instruments of death, will be a picnic compared to five minutes with me & this pencil." --E. Blackadder, 1789 Questionable
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