The confirmation hearing of Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions started as expected, with a torrent of psychotic, racist abuse from liberal reporters and activists.
Shockingly, the most disgusting comments weren’t directed at Sessions, but his baby granddaughter, who is Asian.
When cameras panned to the toddler sitting in her grandfather’s lap, MTV “culture writer” Ira Madison exploded with racist rage.
“Sessions, sir, kindly return this Asian baby to the Toys “R” Us you stole her from,” he tweeted.
Because non-white children aren’t human, but toys?
Session’s daughter Ruth is married to an Asian man.
Thousands of Twitter users immediately blasted Madison, who instead of apologizing, doubled down on his belief that whites can’t have grandchildren of another race unless it’s a political stunt.
He continued to taunt Sessions, accusing him of somehow planning years in advance to have an Asian granddaughter as a political ploy.
Madison defended the tweets by claiming that Sessions supported laws in the 1800s discriminating against Asians. Not only was Sessions not an elected official in the 1800s, he was not born until 1946.
Madison eventually deleted the tweets after users began pressuring MTV to fire him.
Other liberals tried to stop the hearings by throwing physical temper tantrums in the Senate room. Capitol Police had to escort out several protesters who began shrieking while dressed as Ku Klux Klan members.