Tell the Senate to Confirm Sessions!

By: Tim Wildmon
Posted: Monday, January 9, 2017 4:22 PM
Tim Wildmon AFA President More Articles
Don't remain silent. Make your voice heard.
- AFA Exec. VP Ed Vitagliano

Typically and historically, a new president's choices for cabinet positions are confirmed by the Senate without much fanfare. After all, it's the respectful and honorable thing to do.

Sadly, some Democrats in the Senate have promised a vicious and relentless fight against some of President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet nominations. And the hatred already spewing from their left-wing support groups is only encouraging strong bi-partisanship against what’s best for the country.

The first battle against Trump's nominees begins today. President-elect Trump has nominated Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions for Attorney General. Sen. Sessions' credentials make him an excellent choice to ensure our nation's laws are enforced equally and honorably.

It's time America has a fresh start at the Justice that respects the Constitution and protects religious freedom in America.

Don't allow a few angry and noisy naysayers to sidetrack the confirmation of good people to positions of public service to the American people.

Send an email to both of your Senators now, urging them to vote in favor of confirming Sen. Jeff Sessions as Attorney General.

The liberals in Washington are bent on causing delays and disorder in Congress, especially over the next few weeks. Don't remain silent. Make your voice heard.

Contact your Senators NOW!

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