The Hill reports:
Protestors dressed as members of the Ku Klux Klan interrupted Tuesday’s confirmation hearing of Attorney General-designate Jeff Sessions, chiding the Alabama senator for past allegations of racist comments.
The two protestors were dressed in white robes and hoods, holding foam fingers with “KKK” and “Go Jeffie Boy” written on the hands. They chanted sarcastic praise at Sessions, as well as comments like “protect all the whites.”
Seconds after the protests began, Capitol Police restrained the protestors and escorted them out of the hearing. Sessions served as a top adviser to President-elect Donald Trump during his election and has a long career in law and on the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is holding his confirmation hearings.
— Julian Druker (@Julian5News) January 10, 2017