Trump announced on Twitter a new acting attorney general.
U.S. Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, the man who the late civil rights leader Coretta Scott King warned the country about in 1986, and who was once the face of Trumpism, is now out of a job.
Sessions chuckled and repeated the teens' chant.
The assault from the far right on former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is not dying down any time soon. The conservative hysteria has now steeped into the younger generation of the conservative movement.
Is it really as dire as he says?
President Donald Trump is doubling down on his inflammatory rhetoric concerning undocumented immigrants. Trump depicted who he claims to be gang members of MS-13 as an "infestation" of pests coming across United States borders.
The U.S. attorney general attributed the guidelines to "unnecessary or improper rulemaking."
On July 3rd — the day before America was gearing up to celebrate Independence Day — Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III was busy rescinding guidance intended to protect minorities. In a statement Sessions called the documents "unnecessary, outdated, inconsistent with existing law, or otherwise improper."
Central American Mother Suing Trump Says ‘I Had Seen Officers Grab Little Children by Their Hair and Throw Them into Cells’
A Guatemalan mother says that she witnessed immigrant child abuse from officers and wants her daughter returned unharmed.
Perla Karlili Alemengor Miranda De Velasquez is an asylum-seeking mother from Guatemala who is suing the Trump administration for the return of her daughter.
"The Nazis in Germany and apartheid South Africa quoted Romans 13 to give religious authority to genocide and apartheid," writes Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr.
America was "great" before people had civil rights, according to Trump's camp.
"Turning our backs on victims of violence and deporting them to grave danger should not be the legacy sought by any administration," said Beth Werlin, executive director for the American Immigration Council.
Instances of violent racism against immigrants are popping up across the nation. And the implication that immigrant lives matter less than those of American citizens is coming right from Trump's administration.
Bigot in chief blames Dems for his own poor treatment of immigrant families.
It has been one of his most potent tactics ever since his ride down the Trump Tower escalator now more than two years ago, painting innocent immigrants as callous criminals and blaming his liberal foes for not doing all they allegedly could do to keep them out. Now he is going for the jugular. As there is a push to bring DACA back from the dead, the 45th president is using innocent children as mere pawns to construct talking points to save his political future.
Racist Professor Who Calls Blacks, Hispanics More Violent Than Whites Appointed to Trump's Sentencing Commission
William Otis will fit right in with Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III.
A former federal prosecutor who once said Blacks and Hispanics are more violent than whites has been tapped to join President Donald Trump's sentencing commission.
AG plans to revoke 10 ADA guidance documents.
Alarms are going off throughout the disability advocacy world over Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III's decision to repeal 25 documents, including ten of which are very important Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidance, which he deemed are "outdated, used to circumvent the regulatory process, or that improperly goes beyond what is provided for in statutes or regulation should not be given effect." This decision came after President Trump ordered each agency to go through their regulations and find things to modify, replace or eliminate.
The Trump administration and the Trump party continue to demonstrate that racism is their chief value.
Yesterday, hate transcended 60 years of the Republican Southern Strategy. The party of states' rights suddenly became anti-states' rights. Why?
Black people and white people consume marijuana at roughly the same rate. However, Black people are arrested 2 to 5 times as much as white people for marijuana (some regions arrest at a greater disparity than others). "States' rights" was the issue before the Civil War and again during the Civil Rights era. Should an individual state have the right to have slavery? Hundreds of thousands of Americans died to make slavery illegal in every state. States' rights were the reason why Southern states had Jim Crow after it was banned in the rest of the country. More currently, states' rights were touted as a reason for individual state ID voter requirements that have a proven disparate effect on non-white voters.
Ever since Richard Nixon's Southern Strategy reversed the roles of the Democratic and Republican Parties (after Democrat Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts), making the Republican Party the party of racism, the Republicans have actively pursued a path of gerrymandering and voter suppression of non-white people to maintain power.
Why is Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III suddenly interested in marijuana? I think it has a lot to do with Republicans fearful of Roy "banned by the mall" Moore's loss in Alabama. Republicans know, in a nation becoming "minority-majority" in roughly 25 years, they are going out of business unless they resort to lies and dirty tricks.
Keeping marijuana illegal allows Republicans to continue to push Black and Latino people off the voting rolls for "crimes" like possessing individual quantities of marijuana.
The other big move yesterday was Trump canceling his own commission on election fraud. He set it up to find the "millions" of illegal (Latino) voters that Trump claims voted for Clinton. He's going to turn it over to the Department of Homeland Security, so they terrorize Americans. The top 13 people listed on the DHS website under leadership are all white. No Blacks, no Latinos, no Asians.