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Warren silenced in the senate session debate

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By Mona Austin

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) right to free speech and fair debate were violated  on the Senate floor last night when she attempted to read a  letter written by the late Coretta Scott King in opposition to Jeff Sessions (R-Ala) for Attorney General.

Warren has called Sessions  a "disgrace"  for being rejected for a judegeship in the past for alleged racism, which King addressed in the letter.

The letter states:

As she was reading those very words, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell interrupted Warren and claimed she "impugned" Sessions' character, a violation apparently of section 19 the senate conduct handbook that indicates senators can not disparage their colleagues on the floor   her opposition to sessions was ask speaking during the confirmation proceedings thinking she was attacking Sessions' character.  The letter in question was written to Strom Thurmond.

I am surprised the the word of Coretta Scott King are not suitable for debate in the United States Senate.