Reader this a head scratcher for me, these men obviously aren't members of the NAACP who took over Jeff Sessions' office last week. I can't recall in my mind a group of white clergy doing a press conference to support any controversial black politicians. Has that ever happened in the history of America? I don't think so! Yet, these men came together to support Donald Trump who was sued for discrimination against black people and lost.
Black pastors from Alabama and other states showed up to a Capitol Hill news conference Monday to support President-Elect Donald Trump’s Attorney General nominee Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.). The Frederick Douglass Foundation and Family Research Council’s Watchmen on the Wall coordinated efforts to urge the U.S. Senate to confirm Sen. Sessions in the Attorney General role as nominated.
Rev. Dean Nelson, Director of African-American Outreach for Family Research Council’s Watchmen on the Wall said the charges of racism against Sessions are without merit and that Sessions has worked tirelessly in pursuit of justice: