There is no excuse for this level of rudeness from a Representative of the United States Congress! [Video]

[VIDEO] There is no excuse for the level of rudeness that Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee used against Attorney General Jeff Sessions in hearings today. To say that her tone was badgering would be a disservice to badgers everywhere. All she was really trying to do was get her narrative out there and belittle the Attorney General of the United States. 

The question had to do with Mr. Sessions knowledge, or lack thereof, of any attempts by the Trump staff to use the Russians to affect the Presidential election. Jeff Sessions comported himself as a gentleman. It could be that as a former Senator, he is used to these sorts of behaviors, and came prepared to handle them. There are not many who would be as graceful as the Attorney General was. Kudos!

As Written By Amber Athey for the Daily Caller:

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee was silenced during Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Tuesday testimony when she refused to let him answer a question.

During a House Judiciary Hearing with Sessions, Jackson Lee asked the AG if he stood by his previous testimony in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee. The Democratic lawmaker’s awkwardly phrased and roundabout question required Sessions to ask her to repeat it several times.

When Sessions was finally able to answer the question, Jackson Lee angrily cut him off again and refused to let him answer.

“Let me say this, Mr. Chairman,” Sessions said before Jackson Lee jumped in.

“Let me move to a document I have prepared,” she started as Chairman Bob Goodlatte tried to regain control of the hearing. “The gentleman keeps saying he he cannot recall, cannot recall, so I’m reclaiming my time.”

“The gentlewoman will suspend, the witness will answer the …..


Rep. Jackson Lee Gets Testy With AG Sessions | The Daily Caller

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