The Virginia Senate has approved legislation that would eliminate a six-month mandatory minimum sentence for assaulting a police officer. The bill was approved despite strenuous objections from Republicans who said it disrespects police at a time when they have come under attack during nationwide protests. Democrats said the legislation does not minimize the crime of assaulting a police officer, but instead makes a distinction between serious assaults and minor assaults. The Morning Line talked about it with FOX’s Brian Kilmeade: