МSNBC’s Joy Reid accused Jeff Sessions of horrible things against black people simply because he met with a police sergeant. Police Sgt. Edward Mullins gave Sessions an award on behalf of the New York City police union. Reid went on to accuse Sessions of “trolling” black people.
“He either is just indulging his obsessions or maybe some private prison interest maybe has an interest in him and he’s going to enrich them, or this is about a kind of trolling of people of color that is common in your party,” said Reid.
“Jefferson Sessions, amid the turmoil he’s facing now on Russiagate and other things, took the time out to be honored by a police union boss here in New York, a guy named Edward Mullens — an incredibly controversial guy. He’s been called “Crazy Eddie” by the former NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton,” said Reid.
“This is a guy who objected to the Eric Garner settlement, who said it was a travesty, who walked out when police had to admit that they beat, I think, a 60-something-year-old man and they had to settle, he walked out and called that a travesty. He objected to Beyonce’s performance at the Super Bowl. This is an extremist and Jeff Sessions proudly stands next to him,” said Reid. Reid is the real extremist.
“Is this cultural trolling and Jeff Sessions is a member of a troll army?” asked Reid. Ridiculous. Check out the video below.