Sessions Wants to Declare War on Interracial Porn

Sen. Jeff Sessions (YouTube)
Sen. Jeff Sessions (YouTube)

By Michael Hoult

In a recent interview, Sen. Jeff Sessions, who has been nominated for attorney general by president-elect Donald Trump, has outlined what issues he wants to focus on.

In an interview with WEHW radio, Sessions, a conservative Republican from Alabama, said that he wanted to tackle the dangers of Internet porn.

“These porn producers are creating vile material that is corrupting a generation of youth,” said Sessions. “I’m talking about horribles sites such as Blacked.com and Blacks on Cougars.”

Both of these sites feature interracial sex scenes.

Sessions wouldn’t be the first Republican attorney general to launch a war against porn. John Ashcroft, who served as attorney general during President George W. Bush’s first term, also directed federal agents to go after porn producers. In 2012, presidential candidate Mitt Romney said he would launch an anti-porn crusade.

However, it’s not surprising that Sessions, who was blocked from a federal judge post under the Reagan administration for making racist comments, would want to shut down interracial porn sites.

According to the Washington Post, Sessions called civil rights groups “un-American,” and said he liked the KKK until he found out they smoked pot.

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