Would Trump and Sessions Pick anti-Christian ex-ACLU attorney to head Civil Rights Division?
Powerline blog posts this report:
"The Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice was at the center of much of President Obama's "transformative" agenda. It took a leading role on issues ranging from local police practices, to voting procedures, to transgender matters, to employment quotas, to immigration. In all instances, the Civil Rights Division advanced the left's position. The amount of mischief the Civil Rights Division can produce is vast.
I was shocked, therefore, to learn from sources I trust that Harmeet Dhillon is a leading candidate for this position. Dhillon is a former board member of the ACLU (in San Francisco, no less) and a past donor to ultra-liberal Democrat Kamela Harris."
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate said: This consideration of an extremist who supported an anti-Christian church hating institution like the ACLU for a key spot that is supposed to be a defender of religious liberty in the Session's Department of Justice does not make sense and hopefully is part of some vetting process to bait the major media. America needs a change and I have to and must rely on the public statements made by President Trump and AG Sessions."