Attorney General Jeff Sessions got called out for his unmistakable evilness during a grotesquely anti-immigrant speech in San Diego on Monday.
Sessions was in the midst of explaining why he was prioritizing the forced separation of children and their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border when an unidentified protester began shouting into a megaphone from the crowd.
“Do you have a heart? Do you have a soul? Why do you work for this administration?” the protester shouted. “Do you want to enforce these policies? Why do you want to do this?” (In order, the answers are: “No,” “No,” “Why do you think?” “Yes,” and “Because he’s evil.”)
“You’re an evil, evil, evil man,” the protester continued, as he was usheered away. “Get out of my state. Get out of my city. You should not be here.”
While Sessions didn’t respond to the lone protester, additional footage from his speech shows he could clearly hear what was going on. At one point, he was forced to pause his speech: