Senate Confirms Race-Baiting Lunatic To DOJ Civil Rights Division With One Republican Vote

Kristen Clarke is Joe Biden’s pick to head the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice. She was confirmed by the Senate this week with the help of just one Republican vote. Can you guess who?

Kristen Clarke has a history of saying bizarre and divisive things about race. She has no business heading the Civil Rights Division.

And now she’s confirmed. Just great.

The Daily Caller reported:

Senate Confirms DOJ Nominee Who Once Pushed Essay Comparing Cops To KKK

The Senate confirmed Kristen Clarke to lead the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division on Tuesday.

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Republican Maine Rep. Susan Collins voted with all 50 Democrats to confirm Clarke. Her nomination survived Republican criticism of her promotion of an essay that compared police officers to the Ku Klux Klan, as well as other perceived insults towards police officers.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer was forced to use a discharge petition to advance Clarke’s nomination out of the Senate Judiciary Committee after Democrats and Republicans deadlocked, Axios reported.

While at Columbia University, Clarke recommended an essay entitled “Mumia, ‘Lynch Law’ & Imperialism” to her mentor for an academic journal.

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The essay, written by the late Amiri Baraka, declares, “The Klan is now the Police, with Blue uniforms replacing the sheets and hoods. The corrupt racist Judges, are petty Klan administrators.”

Thanks, Susan Collins. Thanks for siding with Democrats… again.

This is who Collins voted for:

Clarke is a radical and she will prove it swiftly. Count on it.


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