Senator Kamala Harris Getting Cut Off by Her Male Colleagues Will Infuriate You

Much like any other woman who has ever been interrupted by a man while trying to vocalize her thoughts and ideas, badass California senator Kamala Harris was not here for it when she was cut off by her male colleagues while trying to question Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

CNN reports that during Sessions's intelligence committee on Tuesday, Harris questioned him about his repeated refusal to answer questions about his conversations with Donald Trump. When Sessions said there was a policy in place that allowed him to do so, Harris asked him if it was in writing somewhere, to which the Attorney General shadily answered, "I think so."

Despite the fact that Harris's question was um, extremely vaild, and Sessions continued to avoid her line of questioning about the "policy," she was interrupted by Senators John McCain of Arizona and Richard Burr of North Carolina.

"Chairman, the witness should be allowed to answer the question,” McCain said, to which Burr responded, "Senators will allow the chairs to control the hearing. Senator Harris, let him answer."

Being Kamala Harris, she wasn't about to just sit back after being interrupted for asking a question that pointed out exactly how absurd the Attorney General's refusal to answer questions was. She later responded with a series of tweets about the exchange.

Unfortunately, Harris's experience is relatable AF for any woman who's been in a similar situation - but luckily, she's clearly not backing down.