BOOM! MLK’s Niece SMACKS DOWN Elizabeth Warren After Quoting Coretta King In Sessions Hearing

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On Tuesday, Massachusetts moonbat Elizabeth Warren used a letter written by Coretta Scott King to impugn the character of Sen. Jeff Sessions during his nomination hearing, and one living descendant of the civil rights icon’s widow had something to say about that.

Warren was using the King family to evoke an emotional response from her base and smear Sessions as a racist who’s unqualified to be the attorney general. The only problem is that the entire King family has been on President Trump’s side from the start, so when Dr. Alveda King heard what Warren had done, she had a few choice words for the Senator.

King explained that Coretta was a good woman who recognized when people had changed, before providing examples of how Sen. Sessions had gone out of his way to help the black community as Attorney General in Alabama. “She would agree today that he, of course, ended some [school segregation and], he worked to prosecute members of the KKK,” said King.

“It’s almost like a bait and switch, stir up the emotions, in the name of King — and my name is Alveda King — sir up emotions, [and] play the race card, which she was attempting to do,” King said.

“My family, we are peacemakers. We bring people together, we do not divide people, Neil,” King said of her late aunt.

So there you have it, another liberal myth blown out of the water. The funny part is that Warren actually expressed indignation over not being able to read Coretta King’s letter in front of the Senate, yet according to Coretta’s own niece, she wouldn’t have viewed Sessions the same today as she did back then.

But that’s the problem with Warren and the far-left; they don’t care about facts or the truth if facts or the truth get in the way of their narrative. Fortunately, America has finally realized just how dirty these people are.

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