Attorney General Jeff Sessions Full Speech To Federalist Society (Video)…

President Trump’s US Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivers a speech to the Federalist Society – Law and Public Order Studies:

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133 Responses to Attorney General Jeff Sessions Full Speech To Federalist Society (Video)…

  1. blakeney says:

    It’s alive! It’s alive! It’s alive!

    Liked by 2 people

  2. good speech.
    NOW ABOUT THOSE CLINTON’S??????

    Liked by 9 people

  3. GKC says:

    My hope is that he’s using the rope-a-dope strategy as AG and that President Trump is in on it.

    Liked by 6 people

  4. That was a really good speech….he was animated, funny, serious, focused…and I don’t even like him anymore.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Mike Pitzler says:

    I think Sessions will turn out blue-chip. He’s got a good resume.

    Liked by 7 people

  6. I listened to the entire speech, and it is well worth listening to. He discussed the many steps that his Department has been taking to restore the rule of law. Toward the end, he expressed his frustration that he is unable to respond to what people are saying about what he is doing or *not* doing:

    “There are those in this room and maybe more than a few in this room who get frustrated when they turn on the TV at night, you know and have to take Rolaids. Everybody’s got an opinion about what the Attorney General should do or what someone else should do. Well I get frustrated too. There are a lot of things that I would like to be able to say and explain….

    “We will not confirm investigations or leak-sensitive law enforcement information to get a few cheap headlines.”

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  7. georgiafl says:

    What has Jeff Sessions been doing?

    He’s been undoing the evil mess Obama/Holder/Lynch made over 8 years and restoring the rule of law in the United States of America.

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/268425/attorney-general-replaces-left-rule-law-daniel-greenfield

    Good job, sir!

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  8. trumptea says:

    I’m so sick of Sessions I can not even bear to listen to him. What a huge disappointment he is.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      mistake by you, imo.

      Liked by 14 people

    • amwick says:

      I feel that way about Chris Wallace.. but not the AG… to each their own…

      Liked by 3 people

    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      then you are not paying attention to all that he has done so far just caught up in fake news and your own impatience due to your lack of understanding of the size and scope of the swamp and what it takes to legally drain it. but you should not feel lonely, there are way too many in your boat for that.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        President Trump is a Builder. The foundation must be laid first and the landmines detonated. Sometimes you demolish and sometimes you renovate. Jeff Sessions is setting the legal foundation back where it belongs. And then they drain the swamp. I think a lot of that is going on behind the scenes. I’ll bet a lot of things happen we never hear about.

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      • seekingthetruth2 says:

        My wife knows about my addiction to the Treehouse, but she does not visit here. However, after almost 35 years, she listens and relates to my rantings. One interesting point of interest in my wife’s background is the fact that she served on a Federal Grand Jury for 22 months! She is sworn to secrecy of course, but I knew where she was going every Tuesday for all those months. Obviously, I will not divulge where that Federal District was nor the time frame nor the type of cases. She has also been a Jury/Coroners Inquest Foreperson a couple of times, so she is very versed in how our Judicial System, both criminal and civil, works. When I explained my frustration with my fellow Treepers (not all, but you all know to whom I am referring) who want Sessions/DOJ to do something, she agreed with me it can only be attributed to naivete, life experiences that are not very complex or sophisticated or perhaps just beyond one’s ken. I concurred. The system moves at a glacial, very frustrating pace, but it is inexorable. Hang in there, it is coming!

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          smart wifey!

          The crux of it all is there is no magic wand, no fairy dust, no santa clause and as hard as we wish it all to be true it just isn’t. People know what they want to do, and what they think they would do.. until they are actually in that position then reality hits that they can’t just walk up to Hillary clinton or obama and slap the cuffs on em. and none of them think about what happens after the cuffs are on… do we have a justice system that will be any more honest than the one that just let menendez go? NO.. AG Sessions is restoring our justice system so that when the time is right and all the “Facts” and Hard evidence is neatly tucked into indictments, they will not only be indicted but judged and prosecuted as they should be and that does not happen with a magic want and a snap of ones fingers.

          It’s sad that so many adults can not use reason and critical thinking…I really think they just glob onto propaganda and sound bites and go with a flow and never question what direction they are heading.

          Sessions aside, it’s that very same mentality that got us to this point with our government in the first place. They may have gotten it right with PDJT this time; but I’m not convinced it is a learned lesson for far too many still. ie: Cruz who still has way too many snowed believing he’s a “constitutional conservative” “eligible” and not a ShamWow.

          Long road to go…..

          Liked by 4 people

          • filia.aurea says:

            Yes, a long way indeed. Especially when “friends of POTUS” like Sean Hannity supported Cruz right up to when he dropped out, and Steve Bannon speaks of “going after” everyone except Cruz.

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      • filia.aurea says:

        Jeff Sessions is a man of impeccable integrity. His counsel is critical to the President’s success. It was heartening to see a smile on his face, and be given the respect he deserves – especially after being subjected to questioning by morons not fit to shine his shoes.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      WOW… it would serve you to listen to what the man has to say…. just saying…..

      Liked by 1 person

  9. Elizabeth Morowati says:

    Excellent, cNdid, honest.

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  10. TwoLaine says:

    I’ve always enjoyed the Jeff Sessions with a sparkle in his eye.

    Liked by 13 people

  11. Shimei says:

    I truly appreciate CTH and the many great comments I read every day. However, CTH is rife with Sessions doubters and haters, which are actually Trump doubters–as if President Trump doesn’t know what is going on or can’t replace Sessions any time he wants. I look forward to the day when all the Sessions doubters have to eat their words! (It’s coming, I just don’t know when.) They have no idea what he is up to because he won’t talk about it. I say, trust Trump and trust Sessions. All will be well.

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  12. Tim Banis says:

    I remember, back in the late 70’s, I never New England, i was an alternate jurist in a trial involving the State vs two powerful shyster lawyers involved in a very complicated tax scheme.
    The two defendants were represented by a gaggle of shiny shoe lawyers who day by day just tore apart the States case, prosecuted by an old, bent over country lawyer who seemed daily to loose the confidence of the court, the press, the judge and everyone who sat thru the month long trial.
    I’ll never forget, the last day, when that old gentleman, walked up to the jury for his closing remarks, and, with a twinkle in his eye, proceeded to rip the defense and those two arrogant lawyers to total spreads. For over an hour he laid out all the complicated jumble in a way that the the jurors could finally, easily comprehend.
    Needless to say, he won the case for the State, in a display I’ll never forget.

    Liked by 18 people

  13. Yaya says:

    IMHO the most important statement of the speech by AG Sessions was “elections have consequences”. He was givin us a wink I think.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Rock Knutne says:

      Well if that’s true, and I’m hoping it is, that’s a great line to use because of the irony in it.

      I’m simply a patient every day reader here and am hopeful Sessions is wearing a white hat. Because of my faith in President Trump and my experience here I’m gonna give this time to play out.

      You ain’t draining THIS swamp in one term!

      Liked by 3 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      Interesting. You might be right.

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  14. John says:

    That was more than worth listening to. Everyone should before commenting.

    Takeaway – Sessions is killing it at a high level – but could use some knifefighters in the streets (thinking Rosenstein not really gonna be good here, and Wray too late).

    Am surprised he does not look exhausted, actually seemed pretty chipper and walking a winning path!

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    • JC says:

      Definitely worth listening to, John. Good speech. His live audience certainly loved him. He’s hunkered down as Attorney General and, by the very nature of the job, he can’t comment on investigations or prosecutions. Good to hear from him and his affirmation of Rule of Law.

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  15. theresanne says:

    AG Sessions started out by joking about Russia, then went on to straighten out power grabbing Judges, made recusal seem like a common and honorable practice and alluded to wishing he could defend himself from MSM attacks. He reiterated his support for President Trump and Law and Order. I am reassured.

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  16. StanH says:

    “We are a country of laws, not of men.” This simple phrase encompasses the greatness that is America. Since the 60’s this simple premise has been under assault by cultural Marxist for 50 plus years, and must be stopped if our Republic is to survive. This is the Jeff Sessions I’ve watched for decades, using a 60’s 70’s vernacular he’s an “L7” a square, but exactly what is needed in the DOJ in 2017. He was concise and traditional, revering our Founders and their unsurpassed brilliance. It was good to see him speak with a smile on his face and a twinkle in his eye. Great speech! He’s been busy.

    MAGA!

    Liked by 10 people

    • elmo62211 says:

      That TWINKLE tells us all we need to know. Both delighted and empowered.

      Liked by 2 people

      • MAGADJT says:

        I will be the first to eat crow if he surprises us with prosecutions. However, I just feel like if any of these big things were being investigated, it would have gotten out by now.

        Liked by 1 person

      • StanH says:

        Agreed, we must have faith in Mr. Trump’s judgement. If Sessions was doing a poor job he’d be gone. Let the wheels of justice turn.

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        • JC says:

          My dad was a judge, StanH, and he’d often quote the well-worn proverb: “The wheels of justice turn slowly, but grind exceedingly fine.” Funny how encouraging it is to me, not only in the legal and political realms, but also in everyday living.

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  17. As I have been told on a few occasions, the law is not about “right” and “wrong”, but about the “technicality of the statute”. And this is what I heard Mr. Sessions reinforcing.

    It would be my desire to believe that like Matlock, he will come through at the last minute with that flurry of evidence that exonerates the innocent and leaves the guilty no where to hide.

    Perhaps, as in The Untouchables, he has shown that ledger with names and initials to certain people and those people are conducting the investigations and preparing the cases we so dearly want.

    His opening gambit of excluding himself from the investigations that would expose the depth and breadth of corruption embedded within our current “career political class” is somewhat unorthodox. But in the end, it could be that one thing that allows the truth to be discovered, presented by a “neutral party” and properly prosecuted.

    Any result less than this will further the decline of our freedoms. And once again, those that are able will be faced with a difficult decision on how best to regain them.

    “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.”

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  18. jeans2nd says:

    AG Sessions does give a good speech. Has AG Sessions multiple talents? We shall see.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. Homesteader says:

    Okay. Howie is gone again.🤔

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  20. Sayit2016 says:

    “In my impatience I become convinced that this desire of mine should have been fulfilled yesterday, when it belongs to a tomorrow that yesterday would have killed had I had my way.”

    Liked by 5 people

  21. milktrader says:

    I watched the entire segment.

    Officially I’m abandoning the “Sessions should be imprisoned for obstruction of justice” view.

    Now I sit on the fence. Pondering where this goes. This speech does not comport well with my previously held opinions of the former Alabama senator.

    Liked by 3 people

    • seekingthetruth2 says:

      Good for you…my mantra since the Clinton Impeachment days has been “One day at a time, one mind at a time”. Proudly, I have converted a few in may time. You never know who is listening.

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  22. MSO says:

    I cannot trust any person who supports civil asset forfeiture. There is something missing in that person’s chain of logic that must affect his conclusions in other areas as well.

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  23. Reilly says:

    Two tenents of the art of war: Deception; When you are strong act weak; MAGA has this!

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  24. Trent Telenko says:

    The GOP voter wants the Clinton’s in jail like Sweetums wants his frog.

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  25. bkrg2 says:

    Well done Mr Sessions!

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  26. Howie says:

    As it ever was.

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  27. Howie says:

    Well, I tried.OK I t ried to listen to the Alabamah Scammah babbling about this an that. I could not keep it up. It became untenable after 3 minutes. I find him legally bizzare myself. Bats in his Belfrrey and I do not want to have anything to do with him/her. Nothing. You can have him.

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    • Howie says:

      During the course last several months I have been reprimanded by people in the know of Jeff Sessions. I have decided to recuse myself from further matters arising from Sessions actions. I have taken no actions regarding any Sessions matters myself.
      This announcement should not be interpreted as conformation that I think Sessions is a Potted Plant and a Deep State Mole, or suggestive of my opinion of the scope of his actions.
      He could very well be a Mutant Elf that I have no knowledge of. Thank goodness it has recused from any matters from which he recused to the extent they exist.

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  28. MaineCoon says:

    He gave an excellent speech. In fact it was so good I don’t recall if he’s given any other speeches thus far. What stood out to me was that Sessions has reached a certain stride. He is empowered and focused on his course. He is righting the all but fully capsized DoJ ship to the rule of law course and judges not legislating, etc.

    He has accomplished much in many areas, and grand juries better be investigating the entire corruptness of the Zero admin and Clinton & Co. corruptness. The scope of their crimes cover such a vast arena that in reality it couldn’t have indictments at this point and yet one grows weary waiting. If Sessions bring back the rule of law as the course of judicial standard yet does not apply that law to the innumerable criminal actions of all previous top agency leaders then he will have failed to a great degree in his mission. Our country cannot afford to give this free pass to so many criminals in our top leadship roles. It isn’t enouh to just say certain actions won’t happen again. Sessions/DoJ must pursue apply the rule of law equally to fulfill his purpose at DoJ for America, Americans and the President he serves.

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