Like many of Donald Trump's nominees, Jeff Sessions for the post of Attorney General is controversial mainly for his history of racism. Senator Elizabeth Warren read aloud a letter written by Martin Luther King Jr.'s widow Coretta Scott King who strongly opposed Jeff Sessions for a judicial role back in the 1980's. Now Mitch McConnell and Republican Senators voted to silence her on the matter of Jeff Sessions. Republicans claim it's because you can't "bad mouth" a sitting U.S. Senator on the floor, but he's a nominee for the Trump Administration. If he's got a dark history, you can't expect senators to just talk about gumdrops and lollipops.