If you had unequivocal proof that some new guy your boss was hiring was racist, you probably wouldn’t shut up about it until the boss decided against it, which of course they would because who wants to employ a racist? Then imagine they told you to be quiet and accept it. 
Well, this nightmarish scenario is somehow playing out in real life within the world’s most important government as Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump’s pick for Attorney General, has been condemned for his history of racism. Concerned that this probably isn't a good idea, Senator Elizabeth Warren read to the Senate a 1986 letter from Coretta Scott King urging against Sessions’ then nomination for federal judgeship based on his suppression of black voters. While Warren’s action seems completely reasonable to you and I, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called her out of order and silencing her valid concern that someone who was considered really racist in 1986, is probably EXTRA racist in 2017.
Thankfully there are more than enough people outside of America's full on bonkers government willing to listen to Warren and on last night’s Daily Show Trevor Noah invited her on for a chat. Check out her reaction below and be sure to tune into The Daily Show Monday – Friday at 11ep on Comedy because things are mighty spicy these days.