Tucker Carlson Interviews Attorney General Jeff Sessions…

U.S. attorney general talks about the DOJ lawsuit against California, ICE raids, and other sanctuary cities potentially following Oakland mayor’s example of tipping off illegal immigrants.  Additionally, AG Sessions discusses the ongoing concerns surrounding the FISA abuse investigation.

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315 Responses to Tucker Carlson Interviews Attorney General Jeff Sessions…

  1. beach lover says:

    Little by little he is let it trickle out

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  2. SW Richmond says:

    I have to speak to get my government to enforce its own laws?

    hmmmm…must be optional then. So be it.

    Liked by 13 people

    • scott467 says:

      Exactly.

      Welcome to bizarro world.

      One pill makes you larger, and one pill makes you small
      And the one’s the mother gives you
      Don’t do anything at all
      Go ask Alice
      When she’s ten feet tall.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      The point is when the PUBLIC makes a lot of noise, it smooths the way for Fed gov to act. B/C the MSM & pols will know the public supports enforcement of the law.

      Liked by 11 people

      • SW Richmond says:

        What you are saying, whether you realize it or not, is that the entire idea of representative government is a farce.

        In that case I quite agree.

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        • kingfisher73 says:

          well said my friend ‘O

          BIZARRO WORLD it is!
          most SO indoctrinated from birth that they are living in the Truman Show and will never even know it – not that I excuse people for permanently abandoning their critical minds.

          well said my friend ‘O

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          • Oldschool says:

            Agree and THAT is the reality. Defending the idea that we must speak up in order to enforce existing laws is insanity. See: illegal immigration invasion. It’s not the immigration system that is broken, it’s the legal system.

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            • brenrod says:

              Its not the legal system either as we have the laws….. its the folks in law enforcement who refuse to enforce the law…like Sessions who keeps stalling.

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            • SW Richmond says:

              And if the environment is one where government only responds to public pressure, and not to its written-chartered duties and responsibilities, then the people who work for a living are doomed to always lose, as the people who are receiving government benefits and do not have to work have the time to apply the constant pressure required to get their way. This is also the role of “NGO’s”.

              This is “democracy”, and because of what I just pointed out it quickly devolves into communism, a placing of all the stuff onto a big pile and then everyone takes his “share”, while no one works and nothing more is ever made because everyone is constantly shrieking at government for a bigger share.

              There is a huge lack of understanding about where things come from. It is as if people believe the economy is a machine that goes of itself without effort, and “the government” will never run out of money.

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              • Sgt Stryker says:

                “This is “democracy”, and because of what I just pointed out it quickly devolves into communism”
                Also known a the tyranny of the masses…which in an armed society devolves into civil war which becomes very uncivil very rapidly.
                When it begins, no one will have the moral authority to stop it.

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        • David says:

          That’s what it takes when the mob has been molded by corrupted messaging, policies and oligarchs

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        • Patriot 1 says:

          Oh we have representative government. They represent the highest payer.

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      • Versengetorix says:

        Yeah…..like the polls that said Hillary was going to win by 12 points. They will create whatever conditions are necessary in order to successfully promulgate whatever action they decide upon.

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      • churchmouse says:

        Which is the reason for Q. When enough people clamour, the government will act in their favour:

        http://www.thestoryofq.com/

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    • brenrod says:

      I dont see why his first move is a suit… he should make arrests….like arresting the Oakland Mayor for aiding and abetting illegal aliens to escape authorities and obstruction of Justice…. this suit business is a red herring. Eisenhower sent the national guard to Arkansas to enforce federal civil rights law….. any lack of enforcement of the law by gov is in effect a breach of my civil rights by denying me my right to expect law enforcement.

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      Yes, you do. In the case of Judges, Congress has the power to remove them from the bench.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        Your not going to get any Dem votes there, because they are using the courts to do what they cannot though legislation.
        With Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, your suggestion is NOT going to be very high up on their agenda.
        They are bought and paid for by K Street, Chamber of Commerce and the Business Roundtable to obstruct PDJT.

        Now I believe their “orders” from their “masters” are to run ineffective campaigns so that the house or Senate falls to the Dems. – IMO

        If they cared about “we the people”, concealed carry reciprocity would have been a slap-dunk. Anyone with a valid concealed carry license in one state can carry in any other state, just like a driver’s license.
        My state brags that “driving is a privilege, not a right”. Yet NY is among the worst for anti-firearms legislation. So why do we lose our “right” when we travel to another state???

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    • AH_C says:

      Just to be clear, he’s saying the people need to speak out to show displeasure. The ultimate avt of approval or disapproval is at the voting booth. Plus it is harder for the msm to ignore or spin it when people protest

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      • rich says:

        Trust me, I live in CA. There is no chance in hell that the morons who vote in this state will EVER vote R. Between the illegals and the institutional Demtard corruption, a hundred years will pass and it will look the same. Full Retard in CA. The Feds must insist on enforcing Fed law here. To expect differently is folly.

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  3. I can’t watch this stuff anymore. For 30+ years I’ve seen my home state be slowly destroyed & all I’ve heard is stern words & promises. Of course it’s not Tucker’s or Jeff’s fault, but at this point words mean nothing to me anymore.

    It’s so damn frustrating. Yes, I’m happy that measures are being taken to fix our misery here, but the reality of the whole thing is still getting me down. Our corrupt & criminal CA leadership *STILL* gets to continue their awfulness while this crap meanders it’s way thru the courts.

    Bah!

    Please forgive me for the rant. Good things are happening, I’m just impatient & weary. Thanks to ALL of you that pray for the good people in California. It means so much to me. Despite my anger & frustration, I still pray & hope for a better day. I love my home. I don’t want to leave.

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    • parteagirl says:

      Uncle California is worth fighting for, Bluto!

      Liked by 12 people

    • Gil says:

      Look at whats happened in Riverside, San Berdoo, and San Diego counties. Brown appointees, redistricting, sjw and sanctuary policies in the schools. Its maddening Bluto. Im with you!

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      • freddy says:

        That’s where I live and born close by in 1950. I could write a book on this BS and I gotta tell ya it’s getting worse if possible. When ICE can’t access criminals they hit the streets hard. These are hardened drug criminal and cartel foot soldiers. They run the retail drug trade……. 100 gangs right here in Riverside county and crime like unreal…Hispanics are hot blooded and have low impulse response. I married a girl from mexico but these people are different and dangerous. Every night up the street in the section 8 apts there is a shooting or killing…….I want to choke Jerry Brown. I need dogs lights motion to sleep well at night………….I’ll stop now…………

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      • Remington..... says:

        Time with you. Bluto. When we moved back here for years ago, moved to a reasonably conservative part of Riverside County. That has since changed. Bazillion new homes attracting stinkin’ liberals from the coastal area. Traffic…Now I have a great house in the middle of Dante’s inferno.It is unbearable…..Neighbor was telling me of a new conservative guy running for Gov. If Jesus came down on a cloud and ran for governor, the dopes that live here would not vote for him.

        Good news is my wife is starting to see the light and looking at Arizona….At this point any port in a storm. This place is FUBAR.

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        • bandfreak22 says:

          I believe a good guy running for CA Gov is Travis Allen. Tucker had him on earlier this week and I liked what I heard. We cannot let Newsom get elected. We will be doomed for sure.

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          • barnesto says:

            It is Travis Allen. He’s the best of the GOP lot. We need to get the others to drop out and put all support behind Allen – like Cox, he’s only lived CA for six years and would be horrible. Besides, Allen doesn’t even make the ticket if he can’t get past Chiang. Newsom is the clear leader at 37% right, and ugh. I’ve lived in SF when Newsom was mayor and that drunk did nothing for the city besides remove 50% of the public trash cans.

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    • positron1352 says:

      Feel the same, Bluto- Will have to leave when the time is right. Calif. still has some great enclaves in which to live but the overall liberal mobsters have taken over completely. The Feds have been complicit and left it to die of the cancer that has now spread.
      It does looks as if this war that is being raged by the Trump administration is doing a lot, though. Calling them on it for the first time! Looking at holding the Mayor of Oakland up on charges. Wouldn’t that be great and if they could get Jerry and his mob…..

      Now Hillary and the Obama crew are on the radar as well. Let’s be happy that these people are having to squirm for a change. And to use Sundance’s style, “Squirm, they will”.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “The Feds have been complicit and left it to die of the cancer that has now spread”

        I feel your pain from NY, but think back to the “Feds” we have had the past 8 years, anyway.
        PDJT’s magic wand sometimes does not work overnight.
        The Attorney General is politely asking for your support now.
        So make sure you spend as much, if not more time doing something productive in your own community and state as do you on this site.
        I was at a 2nd amendment related meeting this morning that was hosted by a state assemblyman..
        It is liberals that rely on GOVERNMENT to do everything for them. .

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        • brenrod says:

          I dont see what prevents Sessions from arresting the Oakland Mayor on existing laws regarding obstruction of Justice and aiding and abetting legal aliens to avoid the authorities.

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          • BobBoxBody says:

            When it happens nobody is going to see it coming.

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          • ABN says:

            Would likely galvanize the left and make matters worse. As it now is, the mayor’s actions make the left look bad to all but their choir.

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          • kingfisher73 says:

            The FEDS will go after ordinary citizens with everything they have and crush them, yet they QUAKE in fear of prosecuting those with elite political status.

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          • mike says:

            Sh** like this helps me understand the animus of the citizens’ French Revolution.

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          • Donzo says:

            Nothing prevents him from arresting her. However, if the Feds lose in court, they will wish they hadn’t. Since this is new territory and highly incendiary, both her action and an arrest, it must be handled very carefully because the whole enterprise of enforcing federal law in cases going forward will hinge upon this test case.

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            • Cathy Molyneux says:

              Exactly.

              Sessions said on day one that he is “reviewing” the issue concerning the Mayor.

              I’m betting that’s partly due to the obstruction statutes are not crystal clear & he’s researching previous rulings. Sessions is also likely conferring with ICE officers on instances of how the warning obstructed their Op, i.e. ICE had previously confirmed that a target has never called in sick for work but on the day of the OP- the target calls in sick.
              Sessions is slow but sure & does not react with a kneejerk .

              I’m sure Sessions is trying to ensure that he Will obtain a conviction & avoid another complaint filed with the 9th Circuit (which is likely next to impossible) or be successful w/ SCOTUS.

              The obstruction laws are somewhat confusing & inconsistent and has been for decades.
              For instance, the definition of the word “corruptly”- refer to this link –
              “Obstruction”
              http://www3.ce9.uscourts.gov/jury-instructions/node/349

              “The law”
              https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/1505

              I know of prosecution of a company that violated the law but the AUSA lost the case because he obtained indictments & prosecuted a company under the correct statute but used an incorrect section of that statute.

              He’s got to get this right.

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          • William F Buckley's Ghost says:

            The jury! Think about it?

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            • Donzo says:

              She may yet be arrested, charged, and tried before a jury.

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            • brenrod says:

              so dont make any arrests because you might lose at the jury trial? There are all sorts of mitigations on that… jury challenges, moving the venue, etc. You cant be a dear in the headlights because you might lose your case…plus each case is different… this is a simple case… if one is aftaid to take it they dont belong as AG The arrest must be made for a crime… thats the law… the prosecution is secondary. The arrest will already make a change in the environment, just like donald scaring off immigrants before any were turned back.

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              • brenrod says:

                sorry, its deer not dear.

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              • Cathy Molyneux says:

                Sorry, but-
                * Federal Obstruction laws are not as simple as you seem to believe.
                * Only the defendant can file for a change of venue.
                https://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcrmp/rule_21
                * You don’t immediately arrest someone unless there is an urgent situation,(i.e., suspect is considered dangerous or would flee, etc) calls for it or it would further the investigation.
                You should already have your case together when you make the arrest because the Speedy Trial Act kicks in the day the suspect is arrested & also discovery is required right after arraignment.
                * An immediate arrest would make only a temporary change in the environment if the Mayor is found not guilty.
                * Yes, there were fewer border apprehensions under Trump’s 1st yr. but they are now steadily going up. Likely due to DACA

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                • MVW says:

                  You clearly have a better grasp than I. I’ll trust Sessions will judiciously plod correctly on this flagrant case of abetting violent criminals’ escape.

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                • Cathy Molyneux says:

                  I knew Sessions years ago. He’s as honest as they come (almost to a fault.) He knows his stuff & goes slow & steady but sure. He’s the turtle of the turtle & hare fable.

                  Resident Agent in Charge & Special Agent (criminal investigator) Retired with over 26 yrs of federal service

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    • scott467 says:

      Greg Jarrett had some ass-head lawyer on last night, a real muckety-muck, and when Jarrett rightly and plainly asked if the Mayors of these sanctuary cities should be thrown in jail, Mr. Lawyer Boy immediately went into “protect the system” mode.

      Jarrett outlined the seriousness of the offenses (5 years for obstruction, 10 years if anyone is harmed as a result of the obstruction, and life sentence if anyone is killed as a result of the obstruction), and asked Legal Beagle point-blank, why shouldn’t these Mayors be arrested just like you or I would be?

      Scummy the Ambulance Chasing Sleaze bag half-laughed, put his hands up and said words to the effect of ‘we don’t want to go that far, there are other steps we can take’, yada, yada, yada.

      Yeah. We don’t want to do ANYTHING that would actually SOLVE the problem or ENFORCE the RULE of LAW. We don’t want to make an example of ANYONE which would stop everyone else from engaging in this activity IMMEDIATELY.

      No, we want to play paddy-cake with these subversive anarchists, endanger the public, put women and children at risk, so as to not rock the political-class’s boat, because it would what, unseemly?

      It’s ‘lawyers’ like the scumbag on Jarrett’s show last night who deserve to be drawn and quartered in the street.

      Along with the Mayor of Oakland, and any other lawless renegades who are undermining our Republic.

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      • SteveC says:

        Tom Dupree. He ‘triggers’ me, and this is Bush’s guy.
        Prosecution will fix a lot of Kali’s (and America’s) problems, though I think the window to actually ‘save it’ closed quite some time ago.

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        • Remington..... says:

          To be effective, the correction has to be swift and in the take no prisoners mode. I mean it….You have to put the rear of God in these stinkin’ liberals…if they push back, you have to ratchet up your response. ‘Only thing they understand. Marines are just down the road.

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      • freddy says:

        I live and I guarantee 100% people will die from releasing these criminals back on the street. It happens all the time here right up the street.

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    • ediegrey says:

      I just wish Jeff Sessions could show some backbone – he sounds so weak i’ve heard all this before. Nothing ever changes

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      • starfcker says:

        Exactly, Edie. He talks as if he’s not the guy who has the job that could do something about this. Fire him. Get someone aggressive in that job. ” we’ll see how it turns out.” Is what we’re forced to do. Not the Attorney General.

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        • jnearen says:

          You can’t fire him. That would leave Rosenstein in charge. And, Rosenstein is already working to impeach POTUS. Rosenstein and the next person in charge each signed the FISA warrant application extensions so they are directly complicit. The whole idea of “appearance of impropriety” has been thrown out the window. Ethically these two must recuse themselves. But, you don’t see that happening because they are dirty. Sadly, Sessions testified before congress that it was solely up to Rosenstein as to whether to recuse himself or not. He’s not about to do that.

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          • Sassy says:

            Trump has the authority to appoint someone else as acting attorney general under federal law: https://www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/olc/opinions/attachments/2015/06/01/op-olc-v031-p0208.pdf

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            • Oldschool says:

              Trump has 10 irons in the fire right now. One of which is NK and keeping them from annihilating us. When Trump has mueller off his back, imo we will see a new AG who can actually serve an indictment.

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              • kingfisher73 says:

                But that’s just it – mueller intends to extend his mischief indefinitely or until he can “get” the President.

                Since Donald Trump is innocent of any wrongdoing, we have to consider the indefinite option…sucking the blood out of Trump’s presidency until at least 2020, with sessions and rosenstein guarding the gate…but who knows – i can’t imagine something NOT breaking before then.

                There is the option of simply firing sessions with all its pros and cons and CLARIFYING the situation by fire.

                That might be better than living in a perpetual state of compromise and witch hunts.

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                • Andy says:

                  I think his goal is to string it out til the 2018 elections, knowing Democrats will impeach if they get control of the House. That’s Rosenstein’s goal also since he is vulnerable for signing the false warrant application and Sessions and Mueller are his main protection.

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                • kingfisher73 says:

                  you got that right ;o
                  Why anyone is putting “white hats” on session, mueller, horowitz or wray at this point is extremely baffling to me…i suppose the problem is the extreme, binary, (i’d say hypnotized) “partisan” dynamic that won’t allow ideologues of any persuasion to form NUANCED opinions – it’s either or., black or white, good or bad, republican or democrat, “conservative” or “liberal” and on and on infinitely. That kind of thinking is extremely limited and dangerous IMO and creates immediate DIVISION and sub-division, even among larger groups of like minded people.

                  The president is a declared NON-ideologue.

                  Me too.

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              • MVW says:

                Either Sessions’ steps up the pace or after 2018 elections Trump moves someone else in more capable including Rosenstein.

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          • Turranos says:

            the removal of Rosenstein has to the first move. I sure hope that it happens soon!

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        • Tom F says:

          Yawn

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        • Donzo says:

          It’s true that he does sound weak – too much the southern gentleman when what we want is an executioner. I can understand wanting to skip to the end, but Sessions ‘ gentleman will win in the end and he will keep the objectivity of his office intact in the process. Bettter he not appear to act as judge. jury and executioner.

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      • amwick says:

        Nope, he is cautious. He is using very careful responses to every question because of his postion. You have to listen and think about legal issues. Or not. Go ahead and think he is weak. I totally see things differently.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          Attorney General Sessions clearly stated in his interview with Shannon Bream that he has a totally different management style than PDJT, hence the tweets.

          As far as I am concerned, the people that do not like the job that Mr. Sessions is doing should spend their time polishing up their resumes. Then they can get in line for the position when it opens up next time so they can show us “how it’s done”.

          Throwing these people in jail willy-nilly without careful preparation could get a city burned down by ANTIFA and BLM protestors. Nice move that would be.

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          • starfcker says:

            “Attorney General Sessions clearly stated in his interview with Shannon Bream that he has a totally different management style than PDJT, hence the tweets.” I’ve seen that style before, box turtles have it.

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          • mike says:

            Uh, it’s time to quit playing rioters’ games. We need to have hard self defenses and protection of law abiding citizens and major property crimes.

            You carry or swing a Molotov cocktail for some SJW bs, property owner-citizens shoot you mid motion. Ditto mob assaults, Good clean head shots with videos establishing the facts should carry a reward, not SJW prosecutor-persecutors.

            I seriously think a few good, documented head shots for cause in riotus acts (arson, etc) would take the steam out of (future) riots, lower the crime rate, and prison costs…

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            • Deplorable_Infidel says:

              I agree with you 100%. I like to use the following illustration:

              50-250 rioters coming down the street looting and burning are precisely why EVERYONE should have the option to defend themselves and their property with 30 round stick magazines and 100 round drum magazines.

              Ecclesiastes 8:11 Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.

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            • Deplorable_Infidel says:

              “We need to have hard self defenses and protection of law abiding citizens and major property crimes”

              That is true, but good luck with that, depending on what state you live in. This just arrived in my “Inbox” this morning:

              https://www.lewrockwell.com/2018/03/no_author/prepare-to-defend-yourself-and-your-liberty/

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          • SteveC says:

            It’s not throwing people in jail ‘willy-nilly’ (random) if they’ve broken laws. It is cause and effect, and (should be!!!) completely predictable.
            ANTIFA and BLM will only be able to burn down cities in ANTIFA-/BLM-friendly states. They have not dared to try their BS in lawful states.

            We do not want to continue on down this path of selective law enforcement. History has shown where this leads and that result is far worse than a few cities burned down by lawlessness.

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            • davidb says:

              there is no BLM in Northern Idaho. I’ve personally seen people from Wa pull up with a Hillary bumper sticker on their car in a grocery parking lot and get a ass ripping by a couple of grannies. That riot crap only works where there is a large Lib population.

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          • Oldschool says:

            Ohhhh, so now we don’t charge or put criminals in jail for fear of retaliation by blm and antifa. Check please

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        • Mark McQueen says:

          Agree. I found this interview encouraging.

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      • brenrod says:

        he doesnt want to enforce existing law and arresting those guilty of crimes such as aiding and abetting illegal criminals aliens to escape authrorities.

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        • freddy says:

          that crime is a slam dunk and begs to be taken care of. He’s scared of Holder who taken up in CA now to defend…..That mayor needs to be an example. I’m sick of going to court sternly worded letters and vieled threats. Come get these b___tds now……

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          • mike says:

            Holder needs a permanent hold, the man is such a long running piece of work. From Marc Rich to invited gun running to cartels (FnF) and a long list. Cuff ‘m Dano.

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          • Donzo says:

            I don’t seen the decision as a legal one. Feds arresting a politician is a crossing into political territory. It’s fraught with danger and hard to control in what has been a very orderly takedown so far. It’s definitely in the 3D chess domain.

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            • SteveC says:

              By that logic, being a politician grants immunity from prosecution.

              Prosecuting for political crimes is very banana republic, but not prosecuting for real crimes is just as banana republic.
              Currently, only one side is benefiting from both situations.

              Historically, this does not end well. The rule of law needs to be applied equally, or it will (eventually) be ignored by everyone – and I guarantee that no one will like where that takes us.

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          • no-nonsense-nancy says:

            He has been called the Silent Executioner.

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      • TX Guy says:

        Ditto. I can’t even watch him anymore. His complete lack of outrage over the seditious conspiracy is maddening. I’ll never forget his first response to Nunes’ memo– “Nobody’s perfect.”

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Our corrupt & criminal CA leadership *STILL* gets to continue their awfulness while this crap meanders it’s way thru the courts”

      I think many of the problems out there really started to compound themselves when that one judge negated a proposition easily passed by the voters, the precise details of which escape me.

      Earlier this week it was said (sucking in so much info cannot remember everything) that Congress created all these courts*, so Congress is going to have to fix them. however, good luck with that with people like Schumer and Pelosi in office, because that is how they are advancing their agenda WITHOUT PASSING LEGISLATION.

      Some smart lawyers are going to have to come up with a lawsuit to challenge this multi-layered court system as unconstitutional, when it has judges that defy the Supreme Law of the land (U.S. Constitution)

      Hence we get a Supreme Court decision that declares sodomite marriage legal and the next morning all of a sudden it is OK from coast to coast.
      But when it comes to the 2nd amendment, lower court judges across the land IGNORE the McDonald & Heller decisions in Chicago and Washington, DC.

      *except the Supreme Court

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Bluto, you have every right to rant. All of us suffering the attempted destruction of the United States, with California the vanguard of the treasonous ones, while we are living here and holding down the for, have a right to rant. It’s been way too, too long. At the same time, I think things are getting better. The pace is much too slow, but the pace of justice with the proper injunctions so no one can weasel out of their dirty work, is slow. I hope to see a lot of the criminals rot in jail. — and others returned to their countries of origin.

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    • Keebler ac says:

      Me neither. Words, neverending words. And only, when he needs to. Nothing but Public Relations mumbo jumbo. It’s a form of cyclical domestic type abuse.

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      • davidb says:

        Lets see……how many people have been Charged with a crime in the last year under Sessions….None. Keep waiting people, its coming soon, soon, soon, like the IG report.

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    • MVW says:

      So, if someone helps a criminal escape, they are arrested and tried. On the other hand, if the Oakland mayor does this under the two tier justice system DOJ practices, well, gosh darn, no arrest will be made.
      I like Sessions, but it seems he is sticking with the politicization of the DOJ started with Obama.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      We need to form a coalition to resist the communist takeover of our beloved state. We need to organize and beat the commie bastards at their own game.

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      • Donzo says:

        I’d like her in jail yesterday and God knows she deserves it. The question is whether her arrest as a strategy serves Maga. There are thousands who belong in jail and not enjoying freedom. The question is whether her arrest in this particular case will serve the larger goal. It’s an easy legal question to answer. It’s harder on the political level. The goal is to put a stop to this lawlessness. Arresting her may increase it in the short term.

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      • SteveC says:

        Sadly, (for Kali) that ship sailed – more more than 15 years ago.
        Even if the feds were willing to use the law as they are already written, you could only mitigate Kali’s political power (get them down to 40-44 electoral votes/congress people by doing a real census that differentiates between citizens and residents) and quarantine the rot.
        There are far too few decent people (percentage-wise) left in Kali to make a difference.

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        • Ackman420 says:

          Agree. CA is a lost cause now. The crazy is only gaining momentum. It’ll have to eat itself and burn to the ground in order to grow back to normality. Could take 50 or 60 years or more. I couldn’t imagine raising my 2 young daughters there. That’s why I moved my family last year.

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    • Realone says:

      I,m afraid that to arrest these scumbags too early just to see activist judges turn them loose would be worse than waiting for real justice to prevail. Need to remove the head of the snakes first. High up in the judicial system.

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    • Howie says:

      Howdy Bluro. Hope all is well. Do not let em spoil yer party.

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  4. StarryNights says:

    Yap yap yap. California is violating the Constitution. Congress has the power to impeach judges. Yap yap yap. They are all feckless.

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  5. Jim Hickey says:

    While I completely agree it seems odd that ‘we have to speak’ to the abuses in government, I’d also suggest that the inattention on the part of We The People over the last 70 years or so have led us here. By ceding our authority to hired hands in DC, we allowed this all to come about. The crooked, like the poor, will always be with us. But who votes the crooked in?

    A republic, if you can keep it.

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    • starfcker says:

      Love your Jeff sessions avatar, Jim

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “By ceding our authority to hired hands in DC, we allowed this all to come about. The crooked, like the poor, will always be with us. But who votes the crooked in?”

      EXCELLENT POINT. Our POTUS has run on and was elected on his desire to cut “big government down to size”, yet we have people here clamoring for the Big Government feds to rescue them because they allowed this to happen on the local and state levels.

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  6. scott467 says:

    U.S. attorney general talks about the DOJ lawsuit against California, ICE raids, and other sanctuary cities potentially following Oakland mayor’s example of tipping off illegal immigrants. ”

    ______________________

    This is exactly the problem.

    WHY is he ‘talking’ about the lawlessness and open rebellion of the mayor of Oakland, instead of arresting her?

    If you or I or anybody else committed OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE, you can bet your sweet bippy that the AG wouldn’t go on Tucker Carlson’s show to talk about, they’d throw our a$$ in jail.

    And as Greg Jarrett mentioned last night, IIRC, obstruction of justice for protecting or harboring or otherwise obstructing with regard to illegals carries a 5 year prison term. If anyone is harmed as a result of such aid and abetting of illegal aliens, it is a 10-year prison term. And if anyone is KILLED as a result of such aiding and abetting of illegal aliens, you get charged with murder and can receive a LIFE sentence.

    So WHY is the Attorney General talking to Tucker Carlson?

    Is he telling Tucker to go make a citizens’ arrest of the Mayor of Oakland?

    Because that’s the ONLY good reason the Attorney General has to be talking to Tucker Carlson about the Mayor of Oakland.

    Either you HOLD these lawless renegades accountable to the rule of LAW and treat them like ANY OTHER AMERICAN, or STOP LYING about the status of our country being a Constitutional Republic.

    You can’t have it both ways, you can’t claim we are a nation of LAW and at the same time NEVER to ANYTHING to those in positions of leadership who are LAWLESS.

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    • jmclever says:

      Due process and we are all equal in the eyes of the law. AG Sessions did say that they are looking to see what laws were broken and that they are considering every legal method to stop the insanity. Sessions wants to do it right so the conviction cannot be thrown out or overturned. It’s hard to wait, but if we were on the hot seat, we would appreciate due process.

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      • scott467 says:

        What are you talking about?

        If you or I did what the Mayor of Oakland did, we would get due process.

        AFTER WE WERE ARRESTED and thrown in JAIL.

        If one single American is raped or assaulted or murdered by anyone tipped off by this Mayor of Oakland or ANY OTHER lawless political subversive, that blood is on the hands of the Attorney General.

        He can arrest her ass RIGHT NOW.

        She’ll get her “due process”, but in the meantime, the RULE OF LAW would be enforced and the PEOPLE would be protected from being RAPED AND MURDERED by the criminals she was aiding and abetting.

        I understand “patience”, but I have no idea where ‘patience’ plays a part when American lives are being needlessly and LAWLESSLY endangered RIGHT NOW.

        If you have a guy shooting up a bank, you don’t just say “have patience”, and let him keep killing people. You ARREST HIM and THEN he gets his ‘due process’, if he’s still breathing.

        What part of that don’t people understand?

        The Mayor of Oakland can get her ‘due process’ until the cows come home, from the inside of a jail cell, awaiting her day in court, where she can explain to the judge why she violated the Constitution which resulted in X-number of rapes and murders because of her actions.

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        • mimbler says:

          He’s always talking about doing something.
          They are looking to see what laws are broken?
          Give me a break, that is a ten minute exercise. Obstruction of justice is an obvious one.

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          • amwick says:

            Are you a lawyer? I am not, so I see the law as almost a mysterious place. Other lawyers may have a sense if things are slow or not. They have their onwn language, it seems, at least to me.

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            • mimbler says:

              The police make these kind of decisions on the spot.
              And these kinds of things have been going on in sanctuary cities for years. The research, if required should already have been done as to whether it is a crime or not.
              As always, IMO only.

              And no, I’m not a lawyer, but we all have to figure out on our own whether things are legal or not. It doesn’t require being a lawyer to abide by the law, or recognize someone who isn’t.

              Police have been arresting people for years just for warning someone about a speed trap.

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        • This echoes our frustration here in CA. It seems like justice is not measured out fairly – not even close. Due process here = Illegals & criminals get to continue their behavior until the courts figure it out. It’s never the other way around. When Prop 187 passed (Overwhelmingly!) the law didn’t get a chance. The wait & see approach has never favored the citizens over the illegals.

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          • Gil says:

            Did you see what happened in Pomona last night? 2 cops shot, one dead. Still barricaded hispanic male sounds like he was high at the time. Unbelievable.

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            • Mikayla825 says:

              Yikes! My grandparents lived in Pomona for years!

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            • nimrodman says:

              Gil said: “… Pomona last night? 2 cops shot, one dead. Still barricaded hispanic male …”

              You got the Wong guy, Gil
              Albert Wong, from Sacramento

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            • freddy says:

              that is a reoccuring nightmare here in Riverside county as well. Hispanics need to admit this crime exists and liberals …well they have another agenda….These vato physco loco gang boys and pandiallas come right from Mexico and Salvador…They are here for crime because of guys like Jerry.

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          • Oldschool says:

            It’s not just california bluto and imo, this blatant disregard for law, order and justice is so demoralizing to so many, repubs have lost their motivation to vote. Again, imo, this is the issue for 2018 turn out. Kick some butt and rally the people.

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        • jmclever says:

          I’m not disagreeing with you. First, AG Sessions must cite the specific federal law that’s been broken. Then press charges and arrest. Then there’s a hearing and a date for trial set. Then there’s the trial with the evidence and a chance to defend herself and a jury of her peers. If AG Sessions does his job well, there will be sentencing. We want to avoid a mistrial or an overturned conviction as that will make the situation in CA and the rest of the country exponentially worse. Many criminals await their trial while free on bond, on an ankle bracelet, or even “their own recognizance.”

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          • kingfisher73 says:

            “First, AG Sessions must cite the specific federal law that’s been broken. Then press charges and arrest.”

            these 2 steps must be IMMEDIATE – the rest can work itself out

            a 10 year old could quickly identify the federal law that’s been broken – as likely more than half the population of the country did when the mayor committed the crime…

            NO-ONE is above the law

            step 2 – ARRESTS MUST BE MADE

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            • mike says:

              I want these CA turkeys cooked and in the slammer too. I guess one problem is how to hold them immediately after arrest, when many of the Federal district’s judges and circus court judges are obstructive snowflakes themselves.

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          • MustangBlues says:

            Praise be Jeff Sessions, a man of the Rule of Law. The Hope of America.

            Rule of Law is the only way slowly grinding, the lust for vengeance and tyranny is bloody mob rule, third world chaos and anarchy,

            Civil society cannot exist with random tribal tyrants ruling by will and fiat, all is lost, mothers first.

            Europeans invented representative government, the genetic result of eons of tumultuous tribal rampages, and naturally take to it,

            Not so, the barbarian hordes and ethnic savages remain tyrant led,

            and murderers of civil society.

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            • Deplorable_Infidel says:

              “tumultuous tribal rampages”.
              That went on in Rhodesia (aka Zimbabwe) against the whites and now is commencing in South Africa
              Only now they have guns and RPGs instead of sticks, thanks to whitey.

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        • Donzo says:

          Thousands of people need to be arrested. This particular case is about politics, not justice.

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      • brenrod says:

        when someone robs a bank or commits a murder they arrest first and then look into the broken laws… the first laws broken are as obvious as murder and robbery: aiding and abetting criminal illegal aliens to escape authorites AND obstruction of Justice. I am sure there are more but NOTHING prevents an immediate arrest of Oakland Mayor.

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    • JX says:

      A lawsuit rather than prosecution, disappointing but not surprising. His MO seems to be designed to keep himself insulated from direct contact, pushing that off on others. He doesn’t prosecute, he sues and a judge makes the decision. He doesn’t investigate, someone else does. He doesn’t prosecute, he conducts a policy review. He takes a very safe position to avoid consequences for himself. It’s getting difficult to maintain confidence in him, he needs to produce concrete results.

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      • starfcker says:

        Great comment, JX

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      • He’s sounding like a Senator……………….

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        • mimbler says:

          Exactly what I was thinking earlier. Politicians give soundbites, but rarely actions.

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        • 🍺Gunny says:

          Always has…..always will……Senator to the bone……..keep dragging it out until it disappears……or people forget about….

          Or…he covers it by…..oh my!…drug arrests…..more lawsuits……or wait for it…..he’ll appoint
          a Special Counselor……then we’ll have our answers say…….next year or say after
          he resigns

          I lived in Northern San Diego County for over 15 years. Carlsbad..Just a bunch of wonderful beautiful beach communities. I loved it so much and still do. I consider California my home still.

          Now….well…..Please save California…unless you live there or have lived there you would not understand.

          Please save our state..

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          • Let JAG take care of it…………….

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          • nimrodman says:

            Gunny, I visited that Encinitas-Carlsbad area 15 yrs ago and was very impressed. Can you briefly describe what’s gone downhill since about 2003? Thx.

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            • 🍺Gunny says:

              Nimrodman, actually Northern San Diego County isn’t bad now..I didn’t mean that area as per the remaining portions…

              Many people don’t understand that because of the 21 mile stretch of I-5 from Oceanside to San Clemente due Camp Pendleton, many illegals stay north of San Clemente. Any illegals trying to travel thru Camp Pendleton are captured and shipped back.

              The beach communities West of I-5 are very strict enforcing the law with their small towns. I.E Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Leucadia, etc.

              Kind of like a cocoon around the entire area

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      • Keebler ac says:

        THIS ^
        And if he can make President T45 look bad at the same time, ya know… EVEN BETTER! There can’t be two chiefs and this AG no matter how legislatively skilled he might be, isn’t on side. He’s almost another Bannon but protected by Mueller and Rosie the Establishment.

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    • amwick says:

      Ag Sessions said two things… He did not use the word vote, but he implied that CA voters need to get rid of these liberal leaders. He also said that his office will do whatever they can. I believe him.

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      • VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

        Thank God I’m not accused of any wrongdoing here because according to some comments on here, I’d be behind bars never having my day in court!!!

        Remember when people used to warn drivers by flashing their headlights to oncoming traffic, when there was a speed trap? Are they criminals? I’m not defending this Mayor! I’m defending the law and until we stop accusing everyone of some wrongdoing by publicly convicting them, then we will never appreciate what our constitution is all about.

        Everyone has a different perspective on life and here is a prime example… John is stranded on an island and Joe is stranded in the ocean on a small boat, but when both men see each other their excited to see what the other one has. John is excited to see the boat and Joe excited to see land.

        I used to fall for the emotional side before the logic, but, I grew up!

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    • amwick says:

      He is a lawyer, he talks. He follows the laws on the books.

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    • Tom F says:

      Yawn

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    • davidb says:

      @ Scott..I’d like the comment….you should move here 45 miles north of Sandpoint.

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  7. Apfelcobbler says:

    The video (interview w/ Shannon Bream) is a couple days old now – but many clips of it were cut short before Shannon asked Sessions some general questions. Zip forward to 5:04 and see what Sessions really thinks of Trump – Sessions couldn’t fake this:

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  8. jmclever says:

    Perhaps we could get Congress to pass a law that automatically flags a judge for replacement, not necessarily a criminal issue, when they reach a certain percentage of their decisions being overturned by a higher court.

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  9. Johnny Bravo says:

    It’s clear to me, that what JS is asking is for a mandate in the midterms.

    The depth of indifference, yes indifference by the majority of the population, to the normal rule of law, means that the country needs to be awaken.

    The administration is a small group. All (most) of congress needs to be outraged, states, local authorities too. But most of all, the majority of the people must demand AN END NOW to the upside down world we have slept walked into.

    Shame on the previous adniistrations to allow this to get sooooo bad

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    • jmclever says:

      Right now, the Senate is nearly non-functional. First priority is to get as many Dems and RINOs out and replace them with MAGA candidates. Next, ask the Judicial Oversight Committee to look into corruption on the bench and begin impeachment proceedings against problem judges. The investigation might also turn up other interesting things in the process.

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      • Johnny Bravo says:

        It’s like bringing down an 80’ oak tree safely in a 5×5 yard. How do you do it? Very carefully, small piece by piece.

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          Great analogy. The people need to feel like they can help lower a piece of it — maybe even help chop it off first. But that will take voter fraud righted, illegals gone (Wall going up, more than replacement), and college students monitored for all their double voting. I hope some felony charges get attached to voter fraud — maybe some stringing up in the public square — or locked in the stocks for one week — might do the trick.

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        • jmclever says:

          Great analogy

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        • billrla says:

          Johnny Bravo: O.K. Let’s go with the 80′ oak tree. Who lets an oak tree grow to 80′ in a 5×5 yard? People who do not give a damn about the yard.

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        • mike says:

          80′ tree – How? with ropes and a chainsaw, used carefully and frequently.

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      • McConnell is as significant as a pimple on a duck’s butt. He could whip that place in order in a nano-second. Bring bills to the floor, move on confirmations and HOLY KRAP, he could even support the President’s agenda. Ah, but that’s not in accordance with Uni-Party rules. If the President wins a 2nd term, I hope he reigns living hell on every Rino and GOPe who did not support him. (Living hell meaning campaigning against them – not causing physical harm…..)

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    • lumoc1 says:

      “Shame on the previous administrations to allow this to get sooooo bad”

      The previous administration did most of what they promised to do: change America. The shame is on the people who accepted the result of the fraudulent votes which brought first the previous administration to power, reelected it and then accepted all the obviously illegal and corrupt behavior. These are the same people who have been supporting the MSM by watching continuously their FAKE news thereby permitting them to survive economically and continue their nefarious job !!
      In addition to my rant, I have also cancelled my Netflix account because of their support for the criminal in charge of the previous administration..

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  10. scott467 says:

    “U.S. attorney general talks about the DOJ lawsuit against California, ICE raids, and other sanctuary cities potentially following Oakland mayor’s example of tipping off illegal immigrants.”

    ____________________

    So if the Mayor of Oakland was raping and murdering children, would the AG file a lawsuit and go on Tucker Carlson’s show to talk about it?

    Or would he STOP her, have her arrested, if nobody in California had the sense to do so?

    What is the difference between the Mayor of Oakland raping and murdering children, and the Mayor of Oakland facilitating the rape and murder of children, by turning monsters loose on the population?

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  11. SteveC says:

    How can Sessions talk about how gutless the Congress is without seeing the same issue with himself? As much as I am disgusted by the Congress, at least that takes agreement of a number of people to make anything happen. It isn’t all in the hands of one powerful individual who has the law on his side…

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    • f.fernandez says:

      Do you go right to the end of the movie to find out what was actually happening? Of corse not.

      Think about how deep and pervasive the whole cabal is. If we don’t know that means the cabal doesn’t know either.

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      • SteveC says:

        Sanctuary cities/states are not part of the Russian narrative (though they do include many of the same players). There are already laws on the books to deal with this, including Bill Clinton’s 1996 law.
        I prefer to be on offense, not being stuck in reactive defense. Right now (good guy/bad guy/whatever), Sessions isn’t really in play. We need as many people as possible putting the cabal under pressure. The only reason to drag out or delay any of this is if we still haven’t uncovered all the bad actors or we don’t have enough to prosecute them, yet.

        The analogy to a book or movie analogy is poor. People choose to use their time to be ‘entertained’ by those things. What we are dealing with here is much closer to war, and in war I don’t want to keep the outcome in doubt. I want to crush my enemies with overwhelming force, minimizing my losses. We have a lot of force-multipliers on our side that we should be using. We have to stop looking at this as if it is a game; our enemy doesn’t look at it like that.

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    • amwick says:

      He knows very well what he is doing. He believes that our laws are clear and just.

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  12. f.fernandez says:

    Give the critcs just enough Jeff to let them know you’re serious.

    Let the black hats keep hoping this will all amount to nothing.

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  13. youme says:

    Another American civil war has begun. We just do not recognize yet.

    Rehearsing the New American Civil War: PART 1 of 2: in the Secession of Oakland, California. Michael Vlahos.

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    • youme says:

      Be prepared. It is coming.

      Rehearsing the New American Civil War: PART 2 of 2: by burning books in Berkeley, California. Michael Vlahos

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Remember, it is of Oakland that Jeannette McDonald said, “There is no There there”…

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      • deborah foster says:

        I have to respond to this audio. Just because a few people put on MAGA hats does not make them Trump supporters. This is a leftist tactic to put on the hats and do outrageous things in the name of MAGA to stir up trouble.

        That said, this country has no way out without a civil type war. One side has to lose. If the left wins, America is no more. It will be a land mass ruled by World Government. There will be no more Constitution..Your right will be voided.They do not believe in God so they won’t care or listen to any God given rights argument.

        The left in this country is openly defiant of any laws not made or dictated by them.

        I believe this admin, the Trump admin, knows this. I believe they would like to win this with as little blood shed as possible. They also know that once they start bringing down the hammer on the lawless, they will have to be ready and ready to control the chaos that will follow. Maybe this is why the slow crawl. Preparedness!

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        • PaulM says:

          I agree. The evil will not go without a fight and they are indifferent to who or how many suffer. I used to live in the bay area, these are not people that you will ever win over with logic.

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  14. amwick says:

    I believe AG Sessions was told that he needed a bigger public presence. I said before, this may be in respose to that Mr. Magoo comparison. He is a creature of the law, and as such, he measures every single word. You want Eric or Loretta back? He has had his eye on this job his entire career, but some people want the legal sytem rushed. It doesn’t wotk that way. You either believe that this gigantic stinking heap of issues are being addressed, or you don’t. That’s fine. I am not trying to sway anyone. I personally believe that he has a huge backbone, and a warrior’s spirit.

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    • Summer says:

      Yes, amwick, I agree that his appearances on TV are pure PR. There is a growing unrest among Trump supporters. People (both critics and supporters) don’t know what exactly is going on behind the curtain but there is a PERCEPTION of inactivity and impotency and adherence to the old DC double standards and unwritten rules when it comes to the concept of equal justice for all.
      Talking about getting to the bottom of it is not enough any longer, though. Also, note how he talks about the second Special Counsel, what words he uses. It is clear that he does not want to appoint one. We shall see.

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      • amwick says:

        I don’t think it is a matter of want or not want. For me,,, it is, I do not want a sc appointed because I think the system needs to work as it is supposed to, for the repairs to be permanent. AG Session does not see the need for a sc because he knows what is happening and who is doing it.
        The perception is bad… I said before I think his style of speaking could be seen as timid, but not the words that he uses… But that isn’t necessarily a bad thing.. In this instance anyone who underestimates him, a bad guy, does so at their peril… Good.

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    • kingfisher73 says:

      “He is a creature of the law, and as such, he measures every single word.”

      I see it differently. He’s a politician, so if you ask him a question, he talks for 20 minutes and NEVER answers it.

      As opposed to Donald Trump who responds to questions directly…in a matter of seconds.

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  15. mimbler says:

    There are two ways to do this.
    1) Sue the cities and we play defense until the SC rules in a couple of years
    2) Arrest the politicians, and they play defense (with their money) until the SC rules in a couple of years.

    Seems pretty obvious to me which one would put an immediate stop to sanctuary cities.

    Hint: it isn’t the one we are doing.

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    • amwick says:

      So, I believe that AGSessions is pursuing both. Just not fast enough to please the critics.

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    • starfcker says:

      Offense over defense. Which one would you rather play? Great post, mimbler.

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      • paulraven1 says:

        Twice in the interview he passes responsibility for doing something about the mess in California on to the people. It’s our job to vote out law-breaking politicians. So the DOJ cannot enforce the law contemporaneously with the crimes being committed? We need to wait for the next election while illegal immigrant killers are being released and ICE officers (and citizens’) lives are endangered? Interesting. He dodges the question about the FISA documents with blather about how many documents the DOJ has released. Very unsatisfactory interview.

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  16. Phlipper says:

    I can only respond to the AJ’s ‘swamp gas’ by pointing out that the people of the entire country have already spoken with the election of DJT, and thus far much of what we have witnessed is the establishment fighting our will from day one.

    Accountability is what causes change. Until politicians and bureaucrats are held accountable to existing rule of law everything is pointless.

    Sessions just wasted time with this interview filling the air with swamp gas.

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  17. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    I love Jeff Sessions! Never had any doubt that he’s a patriot and 100% MAGA.

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  18. Jenny R. says:

    At this time, if they come down hard on the swampy Oakland mayor and the rest of her Cali cohorts (including Nancy’s “angels”), and they get what they want: martyr’s for the media (that’s exactly what would happen — whatever one may consider of the truth of it or the reality; it will be the case, and we would have to deal with it). Right before midterms too; now that would certainly be timely, no?
    That is how it will play out; that is how a lot of (rather stupid, naïve) Americans will view it, and they will react in exactly the fashion that has been fashioned for them — for it is easy to herd people with the concept of being “nice”. And then said foolish Americans could give the swamp denizens exactly what they want — one way or another (and the denizens are of the “by any means necessary” set anyway, so don’t think they wouldn’t be all for blood in the streets…I’m not so sure they wouldn’t prefer that route as they are quite angry with we American peasants and desire to teach us a nasty lesson).
    So what is our federal leadership to do? Well, first thing: you don’t give the denizens the thing that they want most (if at all possible).

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    • Summer says:

      “So what is our federal leadership to do?”

      Follow the law, not politics. Do your job.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Sometimes one has to play politics in order to have the law followed. At least 25% of the country is still agitating for the “resistance”…they could cause a lot of problems.
        Do you jeopardize the entire country because of one state’s (rather criminal, I’ll admit) elected leaders? Elected leaders who would love nothing more than to spin this into something greater than just Cali?
        Or do you choke them out? California is presently painting itself into a corner; while this is very hard on citizens of that state (and I do feel for them), it is better for the rest of the country to allow Cali to continue to do so. Do not give them any advantage, and wait for them to bleed out (and it will; why else would the politicians of said state be acting in an increasingly desperate fashion? and they are — these are not the moves of people who are confident of their control).
        I say this as a citizen of another truly belly up state, which soon will likely be experiencing the same thing (and I’m sure it will be no fun for me and mine; it may even become dangerous)…spare the Republic, and let it go down from self-inflicted wounds.

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    • SteveC says:

      It works the other way, also.
      Ignore the rule of law after campaigning on its resuscitation and who knows how many Trump voters you’ll lose for those mid-term elections. It’s already hard enough to feel good about voting for more than half of these idiots in Congress, who are too stupid to see how to win, and keep winning.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Right now it would appear as though the only ones disobeying the rule of law are the California politicians.
        How much political hay would the left make out of going into California with a strong hand?
        I would suggest that the people of California start to make their presence known…and quickly! Yes, you will likely be met with a lot of force and oppression…but then there is the rule of law, and then there is another narrative: one the left cannot make political gains out of. You still have freedom of speech (somewhat, enough anyway)…use it.

        And let me repeat: I’m in a terribly messed up state myself, and will likely be in the same boat very shortly — of course I am not looking forward to it; of course it would be nice if some white knight came to my state’s rescue.
        But TANSTAAFL is the name of the game, and I’m as prepared for it as I will likely ever be.
        I wish Californians the best of luck and pray that perhaps some unknown thing will quickly cause the winds to blow in their favor. One never knows: a miracle might happen.

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        • SteveC says:

          It’s Kali’s politicians and those from several dozen sanctuary cities that could and should be reined in.
          It’s the 30+ years of constantly not doing the right thing that has allowed this to get this bad. Yes, the left will make political hay out prosecution, but I don’t see too many people that believe that the criminals in government shouldn’t be prosecuted – quite the contrary. And we’re not going to ‘win’ the leftist/criminal states no matter what we let them do, so we should stop worrying about them and do the right thing.

          I’ve lived my whole life in Kali. It was a wonderful place to grow up in. It hasn’t been the same place for nearly 30 years. There are very few people left here from those days.
          Those people fought the good fight that you are talking about 30 years ago, when it was possible to make a difference, but they were beaten down by the Kali system that used our tax money to destroy us. 70+% of the the people I’ve stayed close with since HS have left the state – they voted with their feet, taking their skills and jobs with them.

          Here’s the point. There are a lot of people that need to see the law enforced. Candidate Trump ran on that promise, as well as the others he’s kept. When laws don’t mean anything to half the population there will come a time when the other half decides that the law doesn’t apply to them either – nature abhors a vacuum. Personally, I’d like to avoid that result by doing the right thing ASAP.

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        • SteveC says:

          And good luck to you and your state. Hopefully they will not follow in Kali’s footsteps.

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  19. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    All of you Jeff Sessions critics need to realize that when the mayor of Oakland is arrested she will be tried in front of an Oakland jury. Think about that and how difficult, if not impossible, it would be to convince a jury of third world immigrants and social justice warriors to vote GUILTY!!!

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    • kingfisher73 says:

      Yes – let’s just ignore actual crimes – committed in front of our faces. – on live television, right?

      The ONLY way we win is if the law is enforced – equally and justly for EVERY citizen…including mayors and ex-presidents. Otherwise the constitution is null and void.

      If you or I took out an add or got on the radio and warned criminals of an impending police raid we would be in jail 10 minutes later for a multitude of charges, not the least of which would be interfering with a law enforcement investigation…true story.

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      They’d be pulling from the same jury pool as the Kate Steinle murder trial.

      Sessions and DOJ between a rock and a hard place on this one.

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  20. freddy says:

    You try living here and waiting and waiting as it’s gets more dangerous as mexico sinks into a narco state with crime and murder stats that are number one in the world. Think those guys don’t come here. Dream Home boys right up the street. Come with me I’ll show ya…This takes a man of steel to stop this. The cartels are rich and powerful and have infiltrated CA in the worst way……….I’m telling you just a trip to the market you have to be alert…. I belong to a big mexican family and they agree with me……

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Yep. I think one thing most folks don’t see is the depth, breadth, and age of the corruption in Kalifornistan and elsewhere.

      I was born and raised in California, and this crap was starting to happen in the 1950s!.

      You have to go back to Moonbeam™ Sr. and Earl Warren (and Knowland, et. al.) to see where the rampant liberalism started. Then again, California was ALWAYS a rough state, having grown and prospered from the mining boom in 1849 and afterward.

      I remember being in elementary school being indoctrinated about the UN, and how it would bring world peace, etc., etc. Of course this was in between the “duck and cover” drills, the Konelrad alerts on the radio, and the noon-hooter/air-raid siren going off every day at noon. Gotta keep all the bases covered, I suspect…

      Class materials, newspapers, TV, radio, etc. were left-leaning even back then in the SF Bay Area; SoCal was usually more conservative (shout out to San Berdu – haven’t heard that term in years 🙂 ), as was the sparsely-populated north. The Browns, along with their Kommie-Kin Willie, have done enormous damage to California.

      I only hope and pray that it can be repaired and restored. It’s bad enough that they’re far left; far left and self-replicating corrupt is even worse…

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      • amwick says:

        I was born in California myself, but my family moved before I turned 3. I joke about leaving before I was damaged…. 🙂

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      • PaulM says:

        We must have been neighbors! I grew up in california in the 50’s and watched the deterioration until I retired and got the hell out. I’ve always felt that Earl Warren was the origional deep cover communist after what he did to the schools when on the SC.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          When you look at Alger Hiss as being the first (albeit acting) Secretary General of the UN; the various “concessions” made to Russia (yet we still lost Eastern Europe); the firing of MacArthur when he probably could have eliminated the Red Chinese threat (and NoKo which is still troubling us after all these years), you wonder who were the REAL winners of WWII…. And looking at how the media were manipulated even back then (NYT, Time, etc.), McCarthy was a true hero, but painted then (and ever since) with a lying brush…

          Having childless “Mutti” Merkel and her band of Coudenhove-Kalergi Marxist nitwits at the helm here in Germany makes me want to scream. Yep, went from the frying pan into the fire going from CA to here. Then again, it was a VERY, VERY different world here 35 years ago…

          Thank GOD that light is now being shined on the deep recesses of the swamp. We need to pray constantly that the swamp is drained, and that justice is served with AIRTIGHT CASES and honest processes (and that GOD makes it so, even if the Satanic swampians resist).

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  21. KBR says:

    The Attorney General seems not to understand that the people of California have a lot of difficulty “speaking out:” Antifa, RITs, and illegal criminal gangs are the strong-arm troops of (and voters for) the crooked politicians. The entire state is like a Cartel Mafia.

    And since the leftists and illegals have taken over and threaten even conservative celebrity speakers, who have security guards and lots of cameras, even going to a University there to give a talk, what chance does a regular citizen have to speak out against those creeps in ordinary circumstances?

    He also said that many people had told him personally about the situation.

    So is the man asking for martyrs, and that some Cali-conservatives go ahead and start a Civil War?
    And who would, when the appropriate “calvary to their righteous rescue” (DOJ FBI) would have to wait for orders until the “case for rescue” moved ever-so-slowly and cautiously through the court system?

    You can probably guess that I DID NOT appreciate what he had to say: as if it is “up to the people” to do the job of arresting Federal Criminals within the state government that are threatening the citizens there in Cali, rather than HIS OWN responsibility. As if he does not even care about the speech-strangled US Citizens in California.

    “We are looking at?” Look right here: they are aiding and abetting federal fugitives and also harboring federal fugitives…by the millions! And I did not even have to look that up.

    This guy sure does NOT believe in “well done, ahead of time and under budget.” If the name “turtle” was not already assigned…

    And those of you who keep up the “patience, patience” meme, answer this one:

    If some guy breaks into your house tonight, and you call 911… do you want the prosecutor to decide all the potential merits of his case BEFORE the police arrive, or after?

    The law was broken. Its a 911 call, Sessions! Send the guys with the cuffs!

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    • Q&A says:

      “what chance does a regular citizen have to speak out against those creeps in ordinary circumstances?”

      Especially when police are told to stand down when innocent citizens are getting bloodied and beaten.

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      • kingfisher73 says:

        what happened at Berkeley was sickening…

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      • KBR says:

        Even Candidate Donald J Trump had to get out of his vehicle and walk in the back way along with his security to get to a Rally in Cali!

        And everyone said he was determined and BRAVE to do so (I agree!)

        So again, Sessions, what is it exactly that the citizens have to do to get…at least… that blatantly criminal Mayor arrested?

        FBI cops, its a GIRL! Y’all skeered?

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      • davidb says:

        the police obeyed a unlawful order. It seems that now they have given the law breakers even more confidence. The law breakers are now turning their guns on the police. That most likely would not have escalated that quickly if the police had not gone political. Just look at the police and sheriff dept heads with the uncooperative policies they enforce Against ICE. Look at Broward/coward county Sheriff Israel…. Its all going to hell pretty fast in the democrat states and cities.

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    • Sedanka says:

      I couldn’t agree more. This is being slow-walked to oblivion. Sessions is every bit the “Mr. Magoo” that Trump calls him.

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    • CirclinTheDrain says:

      Would there be a jury in Oakland that would convict ?!?

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  22. Q&A says:

    From Rush Limbaugh’s 3/8/18 broadcast: History Professor on California

    Ken the History Professor –
    “And that brings me to my next point. It’s kind of a warning, I would say, to the rest of the 49 states…in April in about three weeks there’s a court order that mandates that everybody that registers for a [California] driver’s license will be registered to vote. Now, that includes illegal aliens in California. California already issues driver’s licenses [to illegals].

    How is that going to affect – since we have 42 congressmen – how is that gonna affect the votes of the other citizens in the 49 states? Because there’s no proof at that point, if everybody’s being registered, there’s absolutely no proof that the state of California is following federal election laws. And obviously Becerra [California AG] and the secretary of state, they’re not going to investigate it. You know, I think you’re going to get to another constitutional crisis. I honestly hope we do, unless California is willing to prove that they are not allowing illegals to vote in federal elections. I hope Congress says, ‘Sorry. We will not seat your representatives.’”

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  23. rashomon says:

    In the law, you don’t easily get do-overs. If the evidence isn’t strong, if the witnesses won’t come forth, if jury tampering abounds, if the judge holds biases, you lose. Good luck with an appeal if you onnly face the same problematic system time and time again.

    My grandparents used to call them “Rockefeller Republicans” — which some people regarded as those in the “moderate” wing — but in their circle of Constitutional conservatives the term meant those that Rockefeller dollars could pay off to twist the law; i.e. people with no proclivity outside their own well-being.

    With the blip of Reagan’s presidency, Rockefeller Republicans have represented the less socialist members of our country since around WWI, a long time to install very leftist judges, politicians, law school professors and lawyers, handlers, media conglomerates plus activists’ groups supported by Soros-style dollars.

    The last administration further made poppycock out of our judicial system and all the 17 legal entities that were supposed to work on behalf of Americans. Now our future appears to be fighting for a 180-degree turn. PDJT’s judicial nominees need to be confirmed, documents apparently need to be torn from the mouths of those who are trying to eat the evidence, the ranting and raving of sore losers need to be quelled, and those voices who support making American great again must rest assured they will not be subjected to frivolous persecutions as has happened under previous administrations where people have lost their careers, their reputations, their community support and sometimes their lives.

    How many days have PDJT and AG Sessions had to effect the remarkable sea change necessary to restoring our constitutional republic? Four hundred fifteen. If they are going to do the job we expect, they must do it right the very first time. And they — WE — must be prepared for the very destructive temper tantrums always thrown by those who have gotten their way for so long by simply throwing their destructive temper tantrums. No more.

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    • amwick says:

      Bless you, it is a giant mess… bigger than anything we have ever seen. It takes 18 months to get something to SCOTUS… did anyone notice AG Sessions said that? It cannot happen fast enough, but too fast will not work. That is the danger..

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  24. I just wish that some interviewer soon would ask Gen. Sessions about recusal and its present limits, if any.

    Given that the FISA abuses were so intertwined with Russia issues, how can a recused AG perform any function with it? Is he now 1) fully recused 2) partially recused 3) unrecused.

    He is our servant, and an explanation from him is perfectly reasonable in that regard. He could do so while keeping actual investigations properly secret.

    It’s this kind of unneeded obfuscation that is driving his natural supporters to become even more cynical about our government.

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  25. burnett044 says:

    I heard it said here today that we need be careful not to upset BLM and Antifa types..
    I tell you ..it is the common man/woman the working folk.that need be feared…cause our country was founded by folks that had had enough…..enough talk…enough rotten laws…
    the elite had better listen…if the cold anger turns hot…….

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  26. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    President Trump needs to keep appointing Conservative and patriotic federal judges especially Appeals Court judges. That’s the only way we win. It’s not immediate gratification but in the long run we keep winning. America keeps winning!

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  27. veronica says:

    So these extremists have not been challenged? Does that include the Obama Administration officials who were investigated but nothing ever happened to them (Eric Holder, Susan Rice, IRS, Benghazi, etc.)? California, though not all districts are Democrat controlled they know that nobody will ever challenge them. People are screaming about Hillary & all her crimes & Sessions does nothing. The Mueller Team is a witch hunt & yet Sessions does nothing.

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  28. mimbler says:

    I’m not arguing, but wondering why you don’t think the police should enquire about citizenship?
    They run you for outstanding parking tickets if they stop you. Why shouldn’t they determine if you are in the country legally, since that isn’t in their database? If they stop you for a broken tail light, they will ascertain you have a valid driver’s license so you have to show your “papers” for that.
    Just my thoughts on it,

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    • Linnéa says:

      Hi Mimbler!
      I expect my opinion is the minority here?

      Local police should be concerned with public order and safety. To not inquire of citizenship or immigration status allows victims and witnesses to interact with police. It’s good policing.

      It should also be noted that simply being present in the US without proper documentation isn’t a crime. It is a civil violation. Also, in a country that doesn’t require that people carry proof of citizenship, to task local police with determining citizenship is forcing them to detain someone because they look funny or talk funny rather than any actual probable cause. Seriously, a bunch of drunk guys in a bar start fighting, the police arrive, and your girlfriend gets detained because she has a British accent and maybe she might have overstayed a student visa or something? That’s ridiculous.

      Of course, in my opinion the California laws go too far. Anyone in custody on felony charges should be properly identified, and that includes determining citizenship, and if warranted should be held for Federal authorities. But even excluding ‘sanctuary’ cities and states there doesn’t seem to be a very good system in place where foreign nationals in custody on felony charges are automatically remanded to Federal authorities. There should be. In my opinion.

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      • mimbler says:

        A very reasoned opinion. Thanks for your thoughts. I suspect that over a table we would find a meeting of the minds,

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      • davidb says:

        So if a LEO comes to your house for a noise violation or something, and notices drugs on the coffee table, he is not allowed to inquire about it or arrest you? Thats not the way it works. Ifa LEO pulls you over, he often asks if you have been drinking if he suspects it. If he suspects you are here ILLEGALLY, which is a CRIME, then he has the same right to inquire.

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  29. The ADMINISTRATION may have a strategy to get the BUDGET FUNDING for a RESOURCE SURGE to massively expand the Border Patrol, ICE and Deportation Judges that President Trump has requested.

    Sessions just announced expedited process and remote-video hearings for Deportation.

    Congressional opposition would multiply if the Administration hammers down on Sanctuaries before the Budget Appropriations are in place.

    Then the Sanctuary-Termination Tactics can kick in:
    • Overwhelm a city at a time for WEEKS-to-MONTHS until the Illegals are GONE.
    • California Sanctuary-City business staffing will turn to Swiss cheese.
    • Businesses will go nuts, if not expire.
    • Revenues will plummet.
    • Cities will have layoffs and tax increases.
    • Public services will flounder.
    • Citizens will fire up in outrage.

    Sessions can then jail, prosecute and incarcerate them for the FULL TERM.

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    • Strategically, the Administration may choose to take out the Sanctuary Cities in Red States, then the smaller Blue States, to force fleeing Illegals to congregate ultimately in New York and California.

      Enacting updated E-Verify for all businesses, along with banning any future federal funding to businesses, entities and governments found with a SINGLE Illegal on the payroll, will prevent Illegals from returning to cleaned-out communities and states.

      Then the Administration can go after New York, then California, which will have become veritable shitholes with citizens begging for jury duty to imprison their Fugitive City and State Politicians for the duration of their lives.

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  30. Scout says:

    Sessions needs to either cut bait or fish.
    The first mayor prosecuted will be standing next to the unicorn over there.

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  31. Will Warburg says:

    The good people of California should leave if they can. The whole state is just a big earthquake away from separating from the USA anyway. When you have so many preaching seperation,it is good to remember that God is not mocked and people should be careful what they wish for. Getting to be a lot more like Sodom and Gomorrah than paradise. Will be some ocean front property in Arizona before we know it.

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  32. mantaplagi says:

    Sessions on sanctuary cities and immigration lawlessness.

    “The American people, first and foremost, have to speak to these government leaders …”

    “We’re looking at that.”

    “They have not been intellectually challenged”

    “The American people ……. have to hold these leaders to account.”

    Tucker, “Toothless”.

    On FISA and the need for an SP.

    We’re going to get to the bottom of it … one day … could be … etc.”

    On activist judges;

    “It’s time for the nation to reconsider ….”.

    So, no sense that there is any appetite for urgent action in the DoJ. No hint of anger about the corrupt persecution of the President.

    It’s all up to the American people and the ‘nation’ to speak up and ‘intellectually challenge’ … er one day … maybe.

    Good luck with that then.

    Pshsht!

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  33. TMR777 says:

    I didn’t like this interview at all and I’m convinced more than ever that Sessions must go. I think Sessions is a wise guy and is trying to play us (and Trump). After Trump’s most recent public dissatisfaction with Sessions and the Mr. Magoo reference, all of a sudden Sessions is all over television, making personal appearances in CA and talking about his lawsuit (which may take years to wind its way through the courts). On the surface, some may think he’s actually getting something done but if you listen carefully, it’s just smoke and mirrors.

    As examples:

    1. Regarding sanctuary cities, he says “the American people have to speak first and foremost to these governmental leaders [of sanctuary cities]” — that may be true but what specifically is Sessions doing? He basically shifts the whole issue off on the people.

    2. When asked about the Mayor of Oakland, he says “we’re looking at that.. Tom Homan is keeping us posted on what’s happening there. Those kinds of things depends on the law and the facts and we’ll evaluate them” WTF? What does that even mean? Homan already said ICE is waiting on DOJ to take action. How long does it take to evaluate what laws were broken and to take action? Sessions is BS’ing the public.

    3. Referring to CA State officials, he says “these people have not been intellectually challenged” regarding sanctuary city policy? I don’t think Brown, Becerra, Garcetti, et al. care a f*ck about being challenged intellectually. Making arrests is the only thing that will get their attention.

    4. Regarding a special prosecutor, he says “we’re going to get to the bottom of it and it could be one day that a special prosecutor could be required…” In other words, never.

    To sum up, Sessions is, as Trump always says, just another politician, all talk — no action.

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  34. todayistheday99 says:

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  35. freddy says:

    I wish I could tell you the crimes these people commit…I mean your hair would look like DWS…I speak Spanish so I can hear and see and go place many can’t….The baddest homies vato pachukos and sicarios and tatooed MOFOs running all their operations out of CA prison….Too nice a day I won’t tell you. Go look at the court dockets in Riverside Superior court…..This is what Brown is protecting…….

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  36. Scout says:

    Hypothetically…..
    Consider; if you were the UniParty wanting to blunt / obscure / ignore / deflect / redirect / absorb and regurgitate Trumpism….you’d want your operative Sessions right where he is, doing exactly what he’s doing.
    The first step was to create permanent prosecution pressure on President Trump until the next election, any pretext will do. Mueller is there to provide for the impeachment of PDJT.
    Mueller is their jewel who will keep on giving until 2020.
    Sessions recusal allowed Mueller to be appointed, without Sessions Mueller doesn’t exist.
    Best you deny it, you’ll feel better.

    Sessions, a UniParty grandee who has nothing in common with PDJT except immigration, who rules over a DoJ elite who hate Trumpism to a man.

    Yep, that’s the way to stay unimpeached with bad Congressional midterms.

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  37. Donzo says:

    Each time I’ve made a case why locking up Schaaf, while certainly warranted, might not be the best option at the moment with the potentially tremendous and unknown political consequences while Trump is trying to campaign for the midterms, I’ve been met with the “lock her up” no questions asked mantra. There is more at stake.I’m from Oakland. It’s a tinderbox. Dees anyone know the consequences of riots on Maga? I’m not sure. But I do know Trump is very strategic.

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    • mimbler says:

      If we are letting the illegal rabble affect our equal enforcement of the law, they have already won.
      They are only getting stronger.
      If not now, then when?

      I don’t buy that theory,

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      • Howie says:

        Only Orly Taitz can solve the case. Worlds worst lawyer. The ulterior motive spectrum is over the edge. SCOTUS will be the key.

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      • Scout says:

        Good man.
        “If not now, then when?”
        Applies with absolute intensity to “ah shucks, I’m a good ‘ol boy’ proceeedurally,” Sessions.

        For Jeff…. not now , not ever.
        The UniParty want to finish Trump….but Sessions knows that.

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      • Donzo says:

        I’m in favor of locking her up. But I refer to the Administration’s judgement regarding her disposition under law just as I have come to realize it knows best what to do with all the Black Hats currently walking free. If they decide to charge her sooner than later I will be cheering.

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  38. Howie says:

    Something just ain’t right.

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  39. Bull Durham says:

    Even if arresting her did not result in riots, the 9th Circuit would issue “cease and desist” orders to the DOJ, and it would be a court fight from there on.

    Why make a Hero out of her?

    You have to make the case to the Supreme Court, and then the DOJ gets the cease and desist order that shuts down the 9th Circuit.

    You can fight your way and lose big for 12-18 months or you can do the strategic thing and get a court decision that shuts down all California’s shit.

    But of course, the anti-Sessions carpers want to lose first in a big way. Recall the loses around Extreme Vetting?

    What is needed is Victory not a shootout.

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  40. Linnéa says:

    Sorry Mimbler & DavidB, I believe our posts got deleted by the Admin. I probably shouldn’t be offering my opinion anyway.

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  41. Howie says:

    Muelley is shifting around and round trying to find people to prosecute without having discovery….discover him. How can anyone not figger this out. It is all in the rules. Rosey iz workin’ overtime to avoid the rules. The rules will obliterate them in the end. They can not escape.

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  42. Howie says:

    Keep yer eye on Francisco….Soliciter General….this will be de tell.

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  43. Howie says:

    All i wanna be is a Conservative Misfit.

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  44. Howie says:

    Try come back 2morro…Onward an Upward Treepers….

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  45. Missing Andrew says:

    Are Sanctuary Cities Like Biblical Cities of Refuge?

    A city of refuge worked with law enforcement, a sanctuary city works against it. A city of refuge served to guarantee a man his day in court, a sanctuary city works to prevent the accused from ever facing a day in court. A city of refuge existed to ensure that every man received a fair trial; a sanctuary city exists to enable a man to avoid a fair trial altogether.

    https://afa.net/the-stand/culture/2017/03/are-sanctuary-cities-like-biblical-cities-of-refuge/

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    • All American Snowflake says:

      That’s how the lefties and commies twist and obfuscate. Call something by the name of its’ exact opposite. See how that works?

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  46. talker2u says:

    If I were the interviewer . . .

    “With all due respect, Mr. Attorney General . . .
    What do you do all day?”

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  47. Laura Wesselmann says:

    Carlson is right. Sessions should issue arrest warrants for these arrogant California mayors. The charge: insurrection.

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  48. All American Snowflake says:

    I’d feel better if AG Sessions called in a militarized swat team to Oakland, CA a’la AG Janet Reno at Waco, TX. I don’t know…. You know “burn ’em alive” in order to “save” them thingy.

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  49. Andy says:

    This sideshow could be avoided if Republicans would simply institute mandatory E-Verify. Do that and take the jobs away and 90% of illegals go back to Mexico on their own. Jobs are what attract them. No jobs, no illegals. Very simple and straightforward. Every Republican including Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions knows this. But they represent the Chamber of Commerce and businesses and not the people. As a result, we end up with this charade where immigration agents play this cat-and-mouse game with a few illegals while we end up with a political divide over what should be a non-issue. Remember, ICE is only goes after illegals with criminal records. They don’t pay attention to the rest. And at the rate of a couple hundred nabbed each week, it will take roughly 1000 years to get rid of all illegals. By that time, another 100 million will have arrived.

    Schaaf should be arrested, but it’s hard to take this effort by ICE seriously. It’s just a charade designed to fool the people.

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