Senate Leader Silences Sen Elizabeth Warren For Violating Senate Rules

Massachusetts Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren spoke in the senate where she violated a key senate rule resulting in her being prevented from speaking.

Massachusetts Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren spoke in the senate where she violated a key senate rule resulting in her being prevented from speaking.

This scenario came when Senator Elizabeth Warren stood up and started to read out a letter that accused Sen. Jeff Sessions (R.-Ala.) of committing acts racism during his time as a federal prosecutor.

As Warren stood up she pulled out a letter that accused Jeff sessions of racism.Eventually she was stopped by the Senate leader who asked her to stop spewing her defamatory and partisan rhetoric she was stopped by senate.She denied this request and continued to read the letter to the point were Senate majority leader forced her to end her remarks because of her breach of Senate protocol.

some of the contents of this letter is listed bellow

Mr. Sessions is a throwback to a shameful era, which I know both black and White Americans thought was in our past. It is inconceivable to me that a person of this attitude is qualified to be a U.S. Attorney, let alone a U.S. federal judge, he is I believe a disgrace to the Justice Department and he should withdraw his nomination and resign his position.”

The reason though that mrs Warren was silenced was due to the fact that she violated the Senate President twice which then forced the Senate majority leader to take action.This blatant refusal to comply with the senate president came when  Sen. Steven Daines (R.-Mont.) who is the president of the senate warned Warren that her comments were a violation of Senate Rule XIX, with the characterization of Sessions as a disgrace to the Justice Department.

However after this warning she continued to read letter defaming and questioning Sessions character and dignity.

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