I heartily applaud you! It took great courage to do what you did during the recent confirmation hearings for the position of Attorney General.
Just to let you know, I found myself in a similar position back in the days leading up to the Revolutionary War. At a meeting of the Privy Council of Parliament in 1774, I was censured for bringing a petition from Massachusetts before that body, and then viciously attacked by Solicitor General Wedderburn for my role in the Hutchinson Letters affair. Shortly after that, I was dismissed from my position as deputy postmaster general for the colonies as a direct consequence. So I can honestly say I feel your pain... I know a little bit about what you must be going through, having been there myself.
But you did the right thing! You stood up for the principles of our Republic! You brought the Truth before us, and let it be known, despite serious opposition, what the widow of Martin Luther King Jr. had written about U.S. Attorney Jeff Sessions in an earlier nomination fight in 1986.
I stand with many of your constituents and commend you for your unwavering devotion to equality, civil rights, and social justice, your persistence in the face of tremendous odds, and your leadership in the movement to call this new administration to accountability. You will truly be remembered among the great figures in history — the Suffragettes, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, Malala Yousafzai, and many more!
My hat is off to you, Senator Warren!
Your humble servant,