AG Jeff Sessions: “‘Looks Like’ is not enough basis to appoint a special counsel”…

Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) frustratingly questions his good friend Attorney General Jeff Sessions about the standard for the DOJ to appoint a special counsel and/or investigate the brutally obvious legal issues/implications surrounding the “Steele Dossier”, the Clinton campaign and the weaponization of the intelligence community (FBI) to undermine political opposition (Trump).


As you can see above, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reluctant to investigate based on appearances. The end result of Sessions’ position is to extend the investigative responsibility to congress. The end result of congress conducting investigations is the road to nowhere, See: Fast and Furious, Benghazi, IRS, VA Scandal etc….

Sessions is advocating for the familiar; for the swamp retainment system, or as I prefer to call it: Flak and Countermeasures.

Politically speaking, the deployment of countermeasures is a tactic used by professional politicians in Washington DC to counter incoming public inquiry and protect themselves from anger expressed by the electorate.

Weaponized government takes action and creates victims. Previously it was us (IRS etc.), in the latest examples it is Donald Trump.  It doesn’t matter who is the victim, the strategy is the same – the strategy is simple.  Countermeasures are politicians assigned a role to control the incoming righteous inquiry from voters who find out about the weaponized or corrupt governmental action.

1.) The electorate become aware of a political issue or action; often illegal.

2.)  The electorate become angry.

3.) DC needs to protect itself.

4.) Countermeasures are assigned and deployed to delay, obfuscate and create the illusion of investigation of the illegal governmental action.

5.) Electorate watch.

6.) Investigation goes nowhere.

7.) Countermeasure deployment successful.


Recent examples:

The countermeasures are deployed to act as shiny distractions keeping the larger electorate satisfied something is being done.  Countermeasures are designed to create investigations that go nowhere.

The goal is not resolution or justice; the goal is to deflect, create distraction and eventually dilute/diminish the outrage over time.  Keep kicking the can until it rusts and simply falls apart.

Nothing to see here.  Move along, move along now folks… stop looking at that old stuff… that’s past us… it’s new stuff now… etc.

The political system in Washington DC has become so massive it is now capable of protecting itself.  Any attempt to reduce the influence, scope or size of the system is considered a risk.   The system is, in essence, protecting itself.  Deep State is self-aware.

Political countermeasures are now deployed as human articles of self-preservation.

Cue the audio visual demonstration – NOTE 07:43  (just hit play)

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728 Responses to AG Jeff Sessions: “‘Looks Like’ is not enough basis to appoint a special counsel”…

  1. WSB says:

    I am just watching Ingraham right now. Millions of dollars covering up sexual harassment by our DC vermin? And we are paying for settlements? Seriously?

    Supposedly, some young female runner showed up to a Congress Vermin’s house to deliver papers, and he answered the door in a towel falling off. Seriously? And government money is being used to buy off the charge?


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  2. susanphd says:

    very good evaluation and analysis about what REALLY goes on within our government. heartbreaking but true. it’s disappointing (the flak and countermeasures) but it’s the truth. better to be an observer of it, than someone who is riddled with false hope.

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    • All I can add to Sundance’s article, and I have to as it’s true is the deep state has been protecting itself for many many decades. From what I have read, further back then the creation of the sick cia and corporation “dyncorp”.

      1913 made a lot of totalitarian tyranny “official”, but an awful lot began right after the presidency of one Andrew Jackson… just sayin’. Because it’s TRUE.

      There is literally no way to “vote” ourselves out of the insanity that WE allowed to grow in the district of criminals. It has infected America all the way to your idiot puppet city councilman who dreams up “new regulations” for white men and their “privilege”, while he is white and sort of male.

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  3. Donna in Oregon says:

    President Trump should eliminate all the top dogs in the DOJ…..give the FBI guy a chance, but the entire mess that Sessions has needs to be hung over a line and beat with a broom.


    Liked by 11 people

  4. ** 20,295 Miles Later ** Folks are realizing Jeff Sessions …Law for Me not for thee

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  6. allhail2 says:

    Same old, same old. I am sick and f’ing tired of trying to do everything by the book under the threat of fine, forfeiture or jail from the IRS, OSHA, EPA etc when all I’m doing is trying to make my own damn way. If I don’t cross every “i” or cross every “t” just right, then all kinds of holy hell gets unleashed. But meanwhile, it’s anything goes in DC. So much so, that nobody is concerned about anything ever happening to them ever in a million years. I am done. I have zero faith in anything or anyone in DC, except one person. Trump.

    When the headline reads that water is no longer wet, then, I might finally give a damn.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Welcome to the club, we’ve been waiting for you. For a couple of decades or so!

      The attacks meanwhile, will keep coming until “morale” improves.

      “straight outta dc”.

      Thug Life.

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    • Howie says:

      To catch a democrat thief a GOP thief must also be caught. MAD. Mutual Assured Destruction is the rule that governs the Swamp. The system is broken, a clunker. Juries are breaking along political lines now resulting in mistrial after mistrial. Social Justice has crept in to the criminal law and is destroying it from within. Congress is now getting ‘sensitivity training’ classes. Good Grief. Praise the Lord and pass the Rum.

      Liked by 8 people

    • dayallaxeded says:

      Remember f—wit Geithner, with his, “I’m good to be secretary of treasury, but I’m incompetent to use TurboTax and just don’t file my tax returns and I can get away with it, b/c swamp!” That was absolute end of the road for me. I am only voting for and supporting candidates who are weapons against the corrupt swamp regime and its glowbullshit masters from now on. No more conciliation or negotiation–DC delenda est.

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  7. Dad's son says:

    You know, this whole Clinton/Russia/Obama/Uniparty/corruption mess has gone on so long and become more and more intertwined to the point of unsolvable insanity, that there is no other way to accurately describe it than the largest and most destructive Gordian knot in U.S. history. Even the Civil War was much easier to comprehend.

    The total collapse of the integrity and functionality of our government, which The Knot represents, is choking the life out of the American Experiment, and has become too convoluted and hydra-headed to be approached with any structured plan – it simply cannot be untangled.

    I see no other way for the country to proceed except for The Knot to be hewed asunder with one swift, decisive stroke. And I wonder if it has been fated by the skein of history that Donald J. Trump may be the only one able to wield the sword….

    Liked by 9 people

    • Only if “the klintons have been through enough, they need time to heal.” Meant, get comfy scum, then the hammer drops…

      Who’s to say. Not I.

      I’ve been burned over and over and over… only time will tell anymore, and all I can do is hope for a better outcome while protecting my own damn freedom and liberty the best that I can with what little the weaponized bastards haven’t taken yet.


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  8. In Az says:

    Sessions refused to prosecute Lois Lerner and others at the IRS.

    So Sessions will do nothing to anyone in any government position, especially those who were in high positions.

    I hope there are enough people to fight for this country when the time comes.

    Liked by 10 people

    • irenehull says:

      Would someone please explain Trumps judgment in choosing Sessions, President Trump seems to study and analysis most of his moves. Is Sessions choice the lessors of evils in his decision?


      • Bitter Clinger says:

        I recall hearing someone on Sirius Patriot Channel (not sure which show) say that Trump was so grateful for Sessions early and very visible support that he could have any position he wanted in a Trump Administration.


      • Paco Loco says:

        Trump simply made a mistake in appointing Sessions to AG. Appointing Session was simply a payback for Sessions getting on the Trump Train and supporting him during the election campaign. Unfortunately his appointment of Sessions to AG was an unforced error by our beloved rookie president.

        Everybody who believes that Sessions is playing 3D chess and there is actually swamp cleaning going on behind the scenes is wrong. Face the truth, Session is a swamp critter who was deliberately infiltrated into the Trump campaign as a Manchurian Candidate. Once inside the gates he has simply done the bidding of the swamp and the Deep State. Everything he has done as AG has been to protect or cover for the swamp. His comment about Judge Moore’s accusers is a clear indication that he’s a swamp critter. The AG of all people should stand behind “innocent until proven guilty” based on a fair trial. Moore will never get a fair trial because of the one sided coverage by the MSM and swampsters like Sessions.

        Trump needs to bring in a hit man like Chris Christy to plow through the DoJ and the FBI and clean out the swamp critters that have made permanent homes inside these agencies. On the important issues to the American people, there will be no MAGA unless the swamp is drained and the critters in it eliminated.

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    • WSB says:

      I have one last hope that the research and conversation with Charles Ortel in this video may explain why. I am hoping that Sun Tzu, President Trump, Sessions and the rest of the white hats are waiting to flip the switch for other bigger charges.

      Right now, Koskinen and Lois Lerner may think they have gotten away with a whole host of illegalities covering for the Clinton Foundation and the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation. This was the wildest hour I have spent watching the unfolding of this shell game, and it involves almost every other organized government on the planet.

      Di posted this on the 12th at 3:50PM. If you can do one thing today, watch this. Today is the CGI deadline for IRS filing.


  9. William Ford says:

    We all got fooled by Jeff Sessions. We all thought because he supported Trump he was going to fight the corrupt establishment and drain the swamp. WRONG. Sessions is pure establishment. He’s part of it. He honors and respects it. He is now in position as AG to shield it and protect it from Trump and the threat of Trump. He out foxed everyone — including Trump who knows he can;t fire Sessions without the GOP establishment moving to impeach him. There will be no investigations of Hillary, Comey, Lynch, Obama admin illegal spying. The establishment protector Sessions will make sure of that. And by recusing himself from all things Russia he has left Trump at the mercy of the jackals. We were all fooled by Sessions.

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  10. Truer words were never spoken. “The goal is not resolution or justice; the goal is to deflect, create distraction and eventually dilute/diminish the outrage over time. Keep kicking the can until it rusts and simply falls apart.” ~ Sundance

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  11. Sam says:

    Finally. People here are finally wising up as to what Jeff Sessions is: a swamp creature who positioned himself as a mole in Trump’s campaign. Sessions then got himself a plum job as AG where he could protect the rest of the swamp. Even canny operators like Donald Trump get fooled once in a great while.

    Would I prefer Sessions were an honorable Eagle Scout? Of course, but that ship has sailed.

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    • W-D says:

      We’ve known since he recused himself from the Russian garbage what Sessions is. We gave him a chance to change. He didn’t. We’ll write who we need to right to relieve him of duty, something Trump will more than likely do now that he’s back and has put it out there what he wants done with Clinton.


  12. Realist says:

    So let me get this straight Sessions is perfectly OK with a Special Councel being appointed as a result of what EC+VERBODY and their dog KNOWS was a FAKE DOSSIER bought and PAID for by Clintoon and the DemoncRATS and promoted by Comey but can’t see the need for a Special Council to investigate the CORRUPTION surrounding the sale of US Uranium to the RUSSKIES and the Clintoon Email scandal and the Clintoon Crime Corporation corruption and chicanery and the Iran deal and Benghazi.
    Sessions is less than USELESS


  13. jello333 says:

    There’s one thing that’s giving me hope, and it seems counter-intuitive: The fact that Sessions just appears to be SO bad, SO incompetent, SO cowardly, SO in-over-his-head.

    The reason that gives me hope? Well, it’s the old saying “he doesn’t suffer fools gladly.” That’s VERY true of Trump, right? And yet this seemingly total fool (among other characteristics) still has a job, right?

    (That’s all I got…)

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  14. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    If you want to see evidence for the corruption of Sessions and Rosenstein. Just look at how fast they appointed a Special Counsel for a non criminal Russian collusion illuison and now 10 months where they didnt appoint a special counsel for the proven crimes of the Clinton clan and the Obama mafia.

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    • Howie says:

      How hard is this fact to accept? Seems like there is a Sessions Voo Doo Spell in place. No matter how bad he sucks ‘It Just Cain’t Be’. Cain’t be now. Must be some kine of answer somewhere over the rainbow. Maybe.

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  15. backwoodsgirl123 says:

    SD, I’m going to waffle here on this topic right now.

    For the most part, I do believe that Sessions is messed up and I don’t know what his real motive is in refusing a special counsel.

    The waffle comes in, not on Sessions, but on some of the other Congressmen.
    Gomert and Gaetz, I think it was, appeared on Lou Dobbs and I didn’t watch it until tonight. It was dated as 11/14, but it was obviously taped the day prior to the hearing.

    One of the fellows stated that “if Sessions wouldn’t get a special counsel on this Uranium One….then the President could…”

    Now, I thought it was just Sessions that could do that, but from what they were saying, it appears that President Trump can get a special counsel. But then, of course, it could also lead to “impeach, impeach, impeach!”

    And Gohmert, on the house floor, on October 27, was going on and on about “Gohmert on Developing Uranium One Scandal ” is also talking about Muslims/Terrorists/Director Mueller….

    I’m not going to write this off just yet. There still might be some hope that SOME of the Congress wants to do the right thing.


    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      Oops..the link to the Gohmert video is here…

      He’s saying, “Radical Islamists” and CAIR, etc. a LOT.


    • The salient point here, IMO? AG Sessions did NOT “refuse” nor has he refused to.


      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        Mmm, well…after his response in the hearing, he stated that there were no FACTS to base a special counsel on. Which is NOT true.

        On the other hand, he did not state whether or not there was already an investigation going on.

        The truth will come out in the wash. Eventually.

        What I’ve been praying is, “Lord, if Sessions is refusing to prosecute and there is no investigation going on, then give us someone that will bring back the Rule of Law and bring Justice, But Lord, if he or the Justice Dept. are in fact pursuing charges and investigating this matter, protect those that are trying to bring Justice back Protect the witnesses so they don’t get murdered. In Jesus name.”

        That’s about the jist of it with me.

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  16. omyword says:

    Sessions it seems has to be slapped up side the head with the anvil of evidence before he would investigate even the most hideous of crimes. 30 witnesses and 33 THOUSAND emails, testimonies of individuals by the troop, and smashed evidence even AFTER being told to preserve evidence, is not strong enough for an investigation. The manipulating and sell ILLEGALLY on record of our highest and most safeguarded commodity, Uranium to a potential adversary is not reason enough to investigate, and if he does, he will allow his #2 WHO WAS INVOLVED in the orgianal investigation which ended up allowing the sell of Uranium to Russia to ……..INVESTIGATE HIMSELF! WHHHHAAAATTT!?!?!?!? IZ U CRAZY?!
    Unless something earthmoving comes along to change my mind, You can stick a fork in me, I’m done with Mr. Magoo :/

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  17. RAC says:

    Sack Rosenstein, demote Sessions to Rosensteins now empty position then promote the third in command as acting temporary AG, eventually when things are cleared up Sessions can be fired.

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  18. “The goal is not resolution or justice; the goal is to deflect, create distraction and eventually dilute/diminish the outrage over time. Keep kicking the can until it rusts and simply falls apart.” ~ Sundance

    Sundance has presented a well-documented history of a very familiar pattern of how the Swamp protects itself. The problem with such patterns is that they are not necessarily an accurate prediction of the future…the pattern is true…until it is not.

    Exhibit A: The presidency of a non-politician…Donald J. Trump.

    Up until the election of PDJT, we were following the familiar pattern of voting in an illusion of choice candidate to be POTUS. I think everyone will agree that pattern has been shattered.

    Some will call me naive for believing it possible that Sessions and Mueller are breaking a pattern. We shall see.

    Btw, just so it is clear. Unlike many Sessions bashers, I have always presented my theory as theory…not as a foregone conclusion. Just remember, that if the Sessions bashers are proven correct…they did not KNOW that they were correct…they were speculating just like anyone else.

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    • Lburg says:

      “The problem with such patterns is that they are not necessarily an accurate prediction of the future…the pattern is true…until it is not.”

      Hillary is still not president and you’re absolutely correct – President Trump shattered the old pattern (prediction).

      When you go fishing, you ‘snatch’ the line when you feel a bite. When you catch crabs with string tied to a chicken neck, you must have more finesse – slowly reel in the string until you can net them. This is more like a crabbing expedition than a fishing expedition. The only question in my mind is who is wielding the net and is slowly reeling in the string.

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    • mysticrose80 says:

      No…not naive at all. Like you, I view the whole Sessions thing a little differently and, thus, am reserving all judgment of Sessions for now.

      Liked by 2 people

  19. Bob Thoms says:

    What has Roy Moore said about Sessions performance?


  20. amwick says:

    Laura Ingrams nailed this.. calm and respectfully.

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    • Very important distinction.

      Sessions said,”‘Looks like’ is not enough basis for a Special Counsel.”—quoting the ‘looks like’ verbiage used in the line of questioning.

      He did not say,”It looks like there is not enough basis for a Special Counsel.”

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  21. Harleyd says:

    I’m holding out hope that Sessions is way ahead of most of us on this:

    1. The facts supporting an investigation of Obama/Clinton era criminality are incontrovertible and widely known. They are talked about daily. Even the MSM occasionally references Uranium 1, etc. Plus, PDJT’s 40+ million Twitter followers hear directly from him about these subjects.

    2. PDJT is sharp, decisive and doesn’t suffer fools lightly. He has consistently shown the willingness to replace subordinates when they don’t perform.

    3. Many elements of the worldwide swamp are on the run, if not already arrested. PDJT knows how important KSA is in his long term Middle East plans. They have acted, I believe with his advance knowledge if not encouragement. I believe this wouldn’t have happened if there weren’t more shoes to drop on the world stage, including the US.

    4. And I can’t think of anyone on the national stage who “appears” as clueless as Sessions. This may well be a carefully thought out strategy. He is not that dumb. He knows how things work. I believe (hope) he is all over this behind the scenes and is just laying low publicly until the hammer is fully ready.

    The bottom line is if PDJT wants to go after these criminals, it will happen. If he doesn’t, it won’t and it will be left to Congress to flail away. The spotlight is on PDJT and no one else.

    Bleating about Sessions is a waste of time. He is either on the Trump train or he is not. If he is, this will unfold nicely. If he’s not, he will eventually be reassigned (I suspect after the Russia collusion issue is dead and some legislative wins are under PDJT’s belt). If he’s not, and PDJT takes no action, then we’ll know where the problem really lies.

    I’m betting Sessions delivers because I believe PDJT will deliver.

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  22. TMR777 says:

    I think Sessions’ behavior while Jim Jordan questioned him was unacceptable. He provided no answers or explanations and was actually quite impudent. I don’t think he has any intention of doing anything to help push Trump’s agenda forward or to initiate any investigations into Clinton, F&F, the IRS. He has no intention of replacing Rosenstein, McCabe or any of the Obama-era people still in positions of authority (i.e., Civil Rights Div). Trump is equally frustrated but his hands are tied for now in this respect. While watching the hearing, I was actually glad the dems were going after him. Perhaps the only way to get Sessions unloaded is for the dems to hammer him on the lying aspect and force him to resign. Whatever the method, Sessions cannot remain in that position.

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  23. W-D says:

    Sessions has to go. He hasn’t done his job so far and he’s as much as told us he isn’t going to do it.


  24. G. Combs says:

    OK guys, I think I figured out what AG Sessions was up to with his tap dance and WHY.
    Georgiafl(?) mention the reason for this Dog & Pony show was to get a Special Counsel appointed.

    So WHY do they want a Special Counsel when there is no reason for a special counsel. AG Sessions has said he is no recused and it has nothing to do with President Trump. Therefore it can be handled by the DOJ just like any other case.

    So Why?

    WIKI — “United States Office of the Independent Counsel was an independent prosecutor — distinct from the Attorney General of the United States Department of Justice — that provided reports to the United States Congress under 28 U.S.C. § 595. The office was terminated in 1999 and replaced by the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Special Counsel.

    However under the new law Congress still gets reports and has some control/


    Within that go to:
    § 600.9 Notification and reports by the Attorney General.
    (My computer only shows one line at a time plus SUPPORT US!) so here is the relevant part:

    (a) The Attorney General will notify the Chairman and Ranking Minority Member of the Judiciary Committees of each House of Congress, with an explanation for each action

    (1) Upon appointing a Special Counsel;

    (2) Upon removing any Special Counsel; and
    (3) Upon conclusion of the Special Counsels investigation, including, to the extent consistent with applicable law, a description and explanation of instances (if any) in which the Attorney General concluded that a proposed action by a Special Counsel was so inappropriate or unwarranted under established Departmental practices that it should not be pursued.
    (b) The notification requirement in paragraph (a)(1) of this section may be tolled by the Attorney General upon a finding that legitimate investigative or privacy concerns require confidentiality. At such time as confidentiality is no longer needed, the notification will be provided.
    (c) The Attorney General may determine that public release of these reports would be in the public interest, to the extent that release would comply with applicable legal restrictions. All other releases of information by any Department of Justice employee, including the Special Counsel and staff, concerning matters handled by Special Counsels shall be governed by the generally applicable Departmental guidelines concerning public comment with respect to any criminal investigation, and relevant law.


    § 600.4 Jurisdiction.
    (a)Original jurisdiction. The jurisdiction of a Special Counsel shall be established by the Attorney General. The Special Counsel will be provided with a specific factual statement of the matter to be investigated. The jurisdiction of a Special Counsel shall also include the authority to investigate and prosecute federal crimes committed in the course of, and with intent to interfere with, the Special Counsel’s investigation, such as perjury, obstruction of justice, destruction of evidence, and intimidation of witnesses; and to conduct appeals arising out of the matter being investigated and/or prosecuted.

    (b)Additional jurisdiction. If in the course of his or her investigation the Special Counsel concludes that additional jurisdiction beyond that specified in his or her original jurisdiction is necessary in order to fully investigate and resolve the matters assigned, or to investigate new matters that come to light in the course of his or her investigation, he or she shall consult with the Attorney General, who will determine whether to include the additional matters within the Special Counsel’s jurisdiction or assign them elsewhere.

    (c)Civil and administrative jurisdiction. If in the course of his or her investigation the Special Counsel determines that administrative remedies, civil sanctions or other governmental action outside the criminal justice system might be appropriate, he or she shall consult with the Attorney General with respect to the appropriate component to take any necessary action. A Special Counsel shall not have civil or administrative authority unless specifically granted such jurisdiction by the Attorney General.”

    So exactly what does “… with an explanation for each action…” mean?

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  25. John Q Public says:



  26. R Daneel says:

    Sessions just told Congressional oversight to FOAD.


  27. cavt says:

    Sessions is probably the biggest disappointment of all. Draining the swamp has to include enforcing the law rightfully for all and Sessions, by design, is not doing that. So, draining the swamp is out. And it looks like ‘building the wall’ may not happen. Why isn’t Trump stepping in–


  28. Howie says:

    Politicians have always been corrupt. The problem now is the scope of government. It is so big the corruption thermo;ines are all the way to the surface. There is nothing not corrupt. Corrupt is the new norm.

    Liked by 2 people

    • chbailey says:

      “The political system in Washington DC has become so massive it is now capable of protecting itself. ”
      Yeah, until the right kind of people are hired who can, and will, empty entire departments and clear entire buildings.

      Liked by 1 person

  29. Bubba says:

    So many fools love Trey Gowdy. Think he’s no a no-nonsense prosecutor, good guy. No, he’s a professional do-nothing wind bag. A sellout. A swamp creature of the highest order.

    Here’s A Clue: Anyone that gets a committee chairmanship in the House/Senate are totally corrupt. They are allowed to be a chairman because they can be trusted by the swamp. Period.

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  30. brh82 says:

    Sessions has done many good things: We just object to the way he sorts his priorities I guess. And am I the only one who keeps forgetting God has this? But for the grace of God, PDJT would be just a builder figuring how to damage the new DC Hotel built for and by The Resistance.


  31. um says:

    Sundance you nail it routinely, but I hope you are wrong on Sessions. Here is a thoughtful tweetstorm tying things together to show Sessions is fully engaged, as is Mueller (?) and we are midstream something quite amazing.

    See –

    Funny thing is it makes sense, Trump WOULD fire both Sessions and Mueller otherwise. There are 80~ sealed indictments in the pipeline, Trump didnt employ that many people LOL. And Podesta didnt just implode, and Dems just kick the Clintons to the curb, for nothing, they know whats coming.

    Would be a magnificent sting and swamp drain and America is entitled to that.


  32. Rubicon says:

    “Looks-like” was LESS than enough for Rosenstein to appoint Mueller ! Why is this not the best rejoinder to that little shrimp-do-nothing Sessions. He is acting like a little puffed up potentate. I wish Trump would fire him and get someone in that job with some back-bone…..we have never needed a strong D.A. more than we do now !


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