Lindsey Graham and Chuck Grassley Adjust Positions To Support President Trump Firing Jeff Sessions….

Earlier today Senator Lindsey Graham provided a pathway for President Trump to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions after the mid-term election. To further bolster this likelihood, Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley affirmed he could now make room for a replacement confirmation in the lame-duck congressional session between the November election and January 2019.

The statement by Senator Graham is a considerable reversal given his prior admonishment that firing AG Sessions would result in “hell to pay”; and further underlines an increasingly visible acceptance by high-profile republicans that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been an abysmal failure.

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The Attorney General has been strong and effective on border security and immigration issues, mostly due to effective support for Border Patrol, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS). However, on the needed institutional reform Sessions has been frustratingly inept. Many who understand Main Justice politics openly say AG Jeff Sessions is actually scared of the apparatus under his authority.

Against the abject failure of the DOJ to accept oversight and commit to reform amid the obvious chaos from a highly politicized previous administration, in May of this year House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes threatened to hold Attorney General Sessions in contempt of congress.

In an interesting set of tweets two weeks ago, President Trump highlighted the lack of DOJ leadership (specifically AG Jeff Sessions) in addressing institutional corruption within the DOJ which led to “spygate” and a fraudulent application for an unlawful FISA application used to conduct surveillance upon U.S. Person Carter Page.

In the second set of tweets that day, President Trump noted how officials within the FBI are continuing to obstruct oversight and refuse to turn over evidence of institutional corruption.  In a pointed question President Trump asks: “What are they hiding”?

The overall message delivered by President Trump highlights the ongoing institutional issues which are not being addressed by either AG Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray.  Both Law and Order officials are acting as corruption monitors, and neither are confronting it.

And within this dynamic we accept events as they appear:

•After the IG report on the Clinton investigation, Director Wray took no action to address the issues of the deeply political FBI; and no-one within the organization has been held accountable.  With the single exception of McCabe, all former corrupt officials have been permitted to exit with full benefits and pensions intact.

•Additionally, there is no effort on behalf of the DOJ to follow-up on the IG criminal referral to charge former Asst. FBI Director Andrew McCabe for lying to the FBI, leaking information to the media and using his office/position to influence an official investigation.

•Worse yet, there is an ongoing and highly visible DOJ leadership effort to cover-up the gross criminal behavior of the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee Security staff, James Wolfe.  Despite overwhelming evidence that James Wolfe leaked top secret and highly classified intelligence to the media, the DOJ has only charged Wolfe with one much lesser crime of lying to the FBI.

Initially, through 2017, we were optimistic that Attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray would take action to: (A) reveal the scale and scope of the prior unlawful DOJ/FBI activity; and (B) bring criminal charges against those officers who engaged in a conspiracy to influence the 2016 election and overthrow a duly elected President.   However, in the face of overwhelming evidence highlighting the Sessions/Wray emphasis, we can clearly see from their decision-making their primary goal is preservation of the institutions regardless of downstream consequences.

If he is not afraid, at the very least Attorney General Jeff Sessions has continued down a path of willful blindness.

After the IG report outlining seriously corrupt and unethical behavior within the FBI, it was painfully obvious FBI Director Christopher Wray was going to twist himself into contortions to avoid even accepting the scale of corruption outlined within the report.

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(Link to IG Report)

That is just a small snippet of the IG report, and none of this has been addressed.

In the aggregate, Jeff Sessions, Rod Rosenstein, Christopher Wray and David Bowditch appear to be working against the interests of reform in their efforts to protect the Washington DC institutions sunlight.  All four officials are allowing current career staff and former officials within the DOJ/FBI to continue conspiring to protect their former colleagues.

It has become increasingly obvious that if the MAGA community, the electorate writ large,  can all pull together and win/hold the 2018 Mid-Term election President Trump will likely fire the failing leadership of both the FBI and DOJ.  Within this backdrop President Trump’s personal efforts to win and hold position in the November elections is essentially a visible display of his intent toward that objective.

It is now clear that officials connected to the DOJ and FBI, or officials within Washington DC, cannot be used in any effort to eliminate the corruption within both organizations.  It will take bold outside leadership, with knowledge of the operations, to dismantle it.

How to reform?

I would propose that President Trump goes outside-the-box toward the Judicial Branch, and locates two federal judges, from outside DC, with a request to become heads of the DOJ.  Perhaps two members of the SCOTUS list who could be trusted to confront the internal dynamic and remove the embed corruption.  Or perhaps one Federal Judge as Attorney General, and one state AG as the deputy.  Example: Judge Dianne Sykes as AG, and Pam Bondi (or similar) as Deputy.

It will take a great deal of internal DOJ reform to get rid of the Lawfare mindset.

Similarly I would propose two former Governors should be brought in to lead an institutional reform effort within the FBI.  Perhaps Rick Perry as FBI Director, and/or Bobby Jindal as Deputy (or similar).  Two people who know the structure of investigative need, with prior institutional knowledge, who can push the importance of domestic security into the FBI field office ranks and re-prioritize the objectives.

The lessons throughout 2016, 2017 and 2018 have showcased that any/all corruption reform within DC institutions, simply cannot be dealt with by any leadership entity that has a personal or professional network connected to the adverse interests of Washington DC.

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1,166 Responses to Lindsey Graham and Chuck Grassley Adjust Positions To Support President Trump Firing Jeff Sessions….

  1. lawton says:

    If what Chaffetz said is true Sessions needs to be fired.

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    • treehouseron says:

      Chaffetz is a punk, the night the “pussy tape” was released, he went and volunteered to be on MSNBC and CNN to tell them he’s done, he can’t support Trump, etc.

      The guy is a complete snake in the grass. Anything he says about anything is suspect as hell.

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    • Stephen Coleman says:

      Repectfully I offer a differing opinion that Sessions and Trump are playing the long con to force the Left to give political cover to Sessions meanwhile Sessions has Huber and his Team going hard and fast in Utah. In a couple of weeks BAM. If Trump were REALLY this pissed at Sessions he would have been fired LONG ago and replaced.

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      • MelH says:

        I believe you are 100% correct, Stephen. It is the WRONG time to give up on the President and Jeff Sessions, 70 some odd days away from mid-terms. We are sooo close and HAVE no idea the strategy in the works. When you think of the number of characters who need to be held to account, there has to be a bulk take-down, swift and final, with winning so certain, there can’t be any flaws in The Plan. It WILL happen!

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      • Tonawanda says:

        What you say makes total sense and what Sundance says also makes total sense.

        Sundance has said a couple of times that he accepts the reality of things as they actually appear, IOW Sundance accepts what VSG says at face value. Plus Sundance gives related political background which corroborates this pov and makes it highly plausible.

        There is no point in repeating the various factors which are stated dozens of times every day on different threads by posters, over and over.

        BUT one factor is not discussed: what does Trump know about what Sessions is doing or not doing? The President has said (and I believe him) that he has stayed out of what DOJ is doing. Theoretically, at least, he knows as much or as little as we do.

        Other than the passage of time, what has changed? I should say, other the the passage of time and other than subjective beliefs?

        If it makes sense to wait until after the elections to fire Sessions (and to me it does not make sense; if Sessions is willfully blind or incompetent, fire him now, and discouraged Deplorables like many on this site who are losing confidence in Trump because of Sessions will be ecstatic), then why doesn’t it make sense to not rock the boat with swamp draining until after the election? Swamp draining that will only further energize an already highly energized Demokkkrat party?

        Well, Trump has been more explicit and insistent about Sessions, that is what is different. And yet, if he doesn’t know any more than we do, that makes him just like many, many on this site who express a negative view of Sessions.

        And not knowing what was taking place, if it turns out that Sessions is not willfully blind or incompetent, then the President will be very pleasantly surprised and will be able to say: “I had no idea.”

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      • No, Trump wants nothing more than to fire Sessions today. But, if you fire Sessions then you have to fire Rosenstein and cause a lot of unnecessary noise before Trump rallies repubs for the mid-terms. You have a huge hornets nest to eliminate? You don’t toss a big rock at it and scatter venomous creatures in every direction. You systematically poison them in one fell swoop. Sessions is the nest giving a secure place for the enemy to multiply.

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        • Alicia Chavetz says:

          Sessions has done the impossible. He has lost the support of both Grassley and Graham. If he had any integrity at this point he would immediately resign. (If he can)

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      • william elbel says:

        In a couple of weeks “BAM”?

        More likely, The BAM will be when Trump realizes he is going to be impeached anyway.
        So get it over with this year! So fire the sunavabitch September 02.

        The conclusive argument against Sessions is letting all those perpetrators walk like Lois Lerner and the Pakistani IT people and the Senate Intelligence Committee leaker,
        and signing off on allowing SDNY to call Daniel’s settlement campaign contributions because it will influence outcome of the election!

        I really despise that traitor JS like no other! The worst kind of treachery.

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      • YES!!! EXACTLY- THE ART OF DECEPTION- people need to get the book and read it- Trump is a MASTER…(Art of War based on Art of the Deal)

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        I very much hope you’re right, but there’s also no question whatsoever in my mind that such a strategy is wholly illusory. There is nothing whatsoever VSGPDJT could do that would prevent progzis and their complicit 4th Estate/5th Column from screaming political bias when/if JBS’s DOJ initiates public prosecutions of Klinton Krime Kartel and Deep Stank scum. We’re already hearing it, when we forget to turn off the idiot box or steel ourselves for a foray into progzi bizarro world to recon the opposition–“why is Drumpf complaining about Sessions? He appointed him, he’s his boss, he can fire him. Drumpf is crazy/unstable/incompetent/stupid/ugly/funny colored/has a bad haircut….!” BARF!

        It does not pay to trifle with, coddle, or even play mind games with progzis. The fatal flaw of their entire ideology and political/social structure is that it is divorced from reality. Hit them with the hard facts, prosecutions and actions soundly based on established law. Hit them and hit them hard without letting up. Deception is their game. Ours should be landing haymakers.

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    • MelH says:

      Chaffetz is a has-been from Utah and should have returned home when he announced his resignation MONTHS ago. He’s like a loose cannon with nothing left to do but cause trouble.

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      • william elbel says:

        I thought he just realized being in Congress is no fun these days, but pontificating on Fox is kinda entertaining and the pay is much better.

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        • MelH says:

          At first he was an asset, but he’s dropping that lately. i can see why….nothing significant enough to change the Liberal narrative is happening. We can wait…the stakes are soooo high!

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  2. jack says:

    Today was a good day, it brought to a head the feud between Trump and Sessions so we could see plainly that these 2 people do not get along at all. It has been this way for over a year, but many thought that some type of “Sting” was going on , like in the movie where they were setting up the swamp people. Anyone who thought that was wrong. It was just plain old frustration and anger from our President toward back-stabber Jeff Sessions (when Jeff recused himself and lay the president open for all the Mueller Probe nonsense). Looking back , review it from the standpoint that Trump was true to his word and tweeted about the “problem” from the get go, and never altered his opinion of Sessions.

    Jeff Sessions stonewalled for 1 1/2 years which allowed the Deep State to get all there players in place to take out Trump, with no one at Justice to stop it. It’s like the dirty cop who turns the other eye and works on project other than where the corruption is taking place.

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    • 77bassguitarist says:

      I don’t comment as much anymore, but i love your posts jack they are spot on. One of the reasons i stopped posting is becouse i didn’t want to be attacked for my feelings on bennedict sessions. Love your posts keep up the good work.

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      • Many have left CTH because of the Jeff Sessions worshipers. I for one am hoping that the firing of these scumbag, coward criminals will restore common sense to my favorite forum.

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        • 77bassguitarist says:

          @ jerrydon10…totally agree

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        • “Many have left CTH because of the Jeff Sessions worshipers.”

          Worship no man or woman, least of all politicians.

          If that’s the case then it’s a shame the exceptional running analysis that occcurs here (which of necessity operates with forward-looking assumptions discardable as required) creates echo chamber police.

          I routinely see SD baking input from the comments into the site’s working hypotheses. So yes, the attacks are not helpful. Outside-the-box thinkers actively sought and welcome. As for well-meaning cheeerleaders, please find the mute button.

          I’m too respectful of the vast body of pro bono work occurring up here to register much in the way of criticism. Talk about taxing a gift horse! I will offer constructively that exceptional analysis sometimes commits the error of conferring exceptionalism on the objects of its analysis. Occam’s Razor in reverse.

          The hypothesis that Sessions was involved in a tightly choreographed sting-pantomime with POTUS continues to stretch credulity. Much more likely is that he’s senile, cowardly, corrupt, blind or a combination thereof.

          What I heard Graham say was that he’d be supportive of a Sessions termination AFTER the mid-term i.e. through the halfway mark of the Trump term i.e. run down the clock while virtue-signalling reform at some future date-uncertain. I call that very cagey as in getting your cake and eating it too.

          The swamp-friendly line of succession has already been established.

          Caveat? Trump’s extreme forbearance to-date towards Sessions argues for some optimal timing not yet being reached in POTUS’ mind. If it’s a well-laid trap then it’s the trap of the century. Occam’s Razor is a probabilistic tool, not a rule of nature.

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          • margaretwalker says:

            Trump is unbelievably strong.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            Full Spectrum Domino, this comment should be stickied into the site’s guidelines! And “Occam’s Razor is a probabilistic tool, not a rule of nature.” Dayum, who are you, Socrates’ ghost? Zombie Aristotle? That’s extra good!

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            • Kind words Day, thanks. I have a high regard for this site. Where I get leery is with the informal enforcement arm that rears up occasionally to chastise contrarian voices. Many so-called trolls are folks with an alternate line of thinking. What’s wrong with that? We’re engaged in thoughtful conjecture with SD serving as thought-leader. The working hypotheses can only benefit from give and take.

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          • Eagle 61 says:

            Removing the AG after the mid-terms may not be possible, unless it is done during the Thanksgiving recess of Congress.

            There is no sting operation. I respect Mr, Sessions’ prior service, yet, he does appear to be fearful of the deeply embedded true-believers implanted by the previous administration.

            Much as I would cheer for a Q-type hammer coming down on the bad-actors in the DOJ and the FBI; Mr. Sessions has already made decisions that do not portend much hope for that type of outcome. The Lois Lerner decision is just one such pronouncement of no charges that should have been an easy case to follow. Mr. Sessions is not the man to do the heavy lifting needed to clear the DOJ and the FBI of the progressive-globalist-communists. I think he is just a placeholder until the right person can be installed.

            The IG report did not just indicate, but clearly stated that there is a deep cultural rot in the FBI.

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        • John smith says:

          Totally agree.

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      • cagefree1@protonmail.com says:

        I wanted sooo much to believe that Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III from the Red State of Alabama, dubbed the “Silent Assassin”, was not part of the Deep State cover-up.

        So, I ignored all the signs that now seem so obvious. I do remember having an uneasiness the first time I saw Jeff Sessions at a 2016 Trump Campaign rally wearing a MAGA hat. I can’t explain it, but I remember clearly, briefly thinking/feeling that something was wrong with that picture

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        • eagle931 says:

          Funny you said that. I felt the same way.

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        • Trust me- he is NOT part of the Deep State- LISTEN – really Listen to what he says- there are clues- and 55,000 sealed indictments…he’s been very busy- all will begin to be revealed as we get closer to mid terms.

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          • margaretwalker says:

            How do you know about sealed indictments?

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          • william elbel says:

            WTF?
            Why do do we have to search for clues to what is really going on? Forget the red herrings of the 55,000 sealed indictments, most of which or all are for something outside the swamp .
            The Pakistani IT guy and Lois Lerner and Uranium One participants et al. all walk without indictments, while Sessions signs off with the fabricated “crime” that a litigation settlement is called a campaign contribution because it would have an effect on the election. That is as dumb as James Comey claiming “no reasonable prosecutor”

            I am beginning to wonder if many of the commentors here are really part of the swamp defense, cleverly telling us to be patient with Sessions/Huber when the outcry against Sessions should have reached a crescendo long before this.

            Since Jeff Sessions does not have the scruples to quit outright, especially after the latest Trump barrage, he is either insane or feels he has to protect Obama, come what may.
            There is not another case in all of history where a subordinate has kept displeasing his boss like Sessions and retained his job for years.

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      • todayistheday99 says:

        If Trump and Sessions have a 64D deep state take down in play, we are not supposed to know about it, so it’s OK to hate Sessions. If Sessions was a mole to set Trump up, it’s OK to hate Sessions.

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    • 77bassguitarist says:

      I don’t comment as much anymore, but i love your posts jack they are spot on. One of the reasons i stopped posting is becouse i didn’t want to be attacked for my feelings on bennedict sessions. Love your posts keep up the good work.

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    • dallasdan says:

      SD:
      “The overall message delivered by President Trump highlights the ongoing institutional issues which are not being addressed by either AG Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray. Both Law and Order officials are acting as corruption monitors, and neither are confronting it.”

      This is not the first time SD has described the AG’s malfeasance in very explicit and negative terms. IMO, the only question that remains is if Sessions was willfully attempting to impede or scuttle numerous investigations and potential prosecutions, or was he just unbelievably incompetent.

      It should now be clear to the casual observer that Sessions has been a crippling liability to the President, as indicated repeatedly by the President and numerous other credible sources. I think that Grassley and Graham signaling an acceptable path exists to fire Sessions after the elections is clear evidence of what many quickly suspected and later came to believe about his ineptitude.

      I am confident that the same fate awaits Director Wray.

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    • More Covfefe says:

      Yes, it is really sad that Sessions has blown it. I understand Trump’s frustration. I can’t explain why Sessions has done this except that he wants to be loved by all in DC

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  3. coolmamie says:

    I have wanted to believe that Sessions and Huber are working behind the scenes, but it is getting harder and harder to keep the faith.

    It is not about impeachment. I do not think Trump will be impeached. It is just that the corruption is so widespread and so putrid.

    The forces against Trump are so powerful. It is really depressing

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    • pmdea says:

      Is the stage being set for RR’s removal after Bruce Ohr’s testimony next week. We don’t know what Horowitz has discovered i.e, if RR knew of Ohr/Steele interaction before signing FISA and whether new discovery will be disclosed next week, sending shock and awe…. RR must go. Timing of PDJT upping the anti on Sessions right before Ohr’s testimony….

      We now have Sessions letter saying “he’s for rule of law, already in control of DOJ and won’t allow politics to effect his judgment.” If RR is removed soon, Sessions has already laid down his position to reduce the allegations that will flow and appears to be at odds with PDJT.

      Anyway if Sessions is going to get the chop – he needs to remove RR first.

      Don’t know if this is theatre leading up to RR’s firing, but guess it’s a possibility that there is more going on behind the scenes…

      Still believe in my heart that PDJT will be President for 8 years – praying for PDJT and family as so much is at stake.

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    • jb says:

      Yeah – finally getting this all done right IS hard work. But it is not depressing, but rather –

      Uplifting.

      What have they on Donald to impeach him. Spell N O T H I N G.

      As Jesus said in John 16:33:

      “These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.”

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    • margaretwalker says:

      Ok, a non-disclosure agreement is not illegal but extorting Trump for money to keep a relationship quiet is called extortion or blackmail. That is against the law.

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  4. Blade says:

    Lindsey Grahamnesty good, Sessions bad. The greatest trick the (D)evil ever played on alleged Trump supporters and I would never believe it if I didn’t see it with my own eyes.

    How to reform?

    I would propose that President Trump goes outside-the-box toward the Judicial Branch, and locates two federal judges, from outside DC, with a request to become heads of the DOJ. Perhaps two members of the SCOTUS list who could be trusted to confront the internal dynamic and remove the embed corruption. Or perhaps one Federal Judge as Attorney General, and one state AG as the deputy. Example: Judge Dianne Sykes as AG, and Pam Bondi (or similar) as Deputy

    Well wonderful! This solves the reform problem at DoJ. Is that what he ran on? Does it really even matter? What about the actual problem that *will* kill the country in a few short years if it hasn’t already: the demographic problem ( The Wall, Illegal Aliens, Immigration, Voter Fraud, Sanctuaries, Amnesty, DACA, etc ). Not only is it what he ran on, but it is right on schedule to torpedo the country and they win by default if we just stand still. Sykes and Bondi, awesome. What do they care about illegal aliens or firearms? Do you think they care about the country, and even if they cared a little bit would they withstand the onslaught of peer and Enemedia pressure to hammer the nails into our coffins with more liberal treatment of sanctuaries, amnesties, and “sensible” gun controls?

    We already lost the electoral college ( Conservatives around 1990, Republicans around 2000 ) from the methodical import of new Americans replacing old Americans through mere attrition. The popular vote went first, and the electoral college is now over ( it took Trump, an outsider of neither party to stitch together a coalition to win it one last time and that coalition will be broken if he loses the only conservative in his administration ). The electoral college now yields just 180 votes from the “red” states and the enemy is pouring invaders into three of them ( TX, GA, AZ ). If they fall, or just Texas then all future elections will be just for show, kinda like Britain, where the choices are (D)ummies or (R)ats.

    The greatest trick the (D)evil ever played indeed. Getting Trump and his supporters to take their eye off the ball, look at the shiney thing ( a manufactured Russia Hoax ) and completely make believe the most pressing issue of our time doesn’t even exist. The worst part is that we are talking about this like it even matters to us at all. It doesn’t, we’re all one foot in the grave. It is our kids and their kids who will pay the price for getting distracted now. They are the ones who will watch the every-4-year spectacle of an election which is a forgone conclusion. Damn, we should have just let Soros pick the President and saved all the trouble.

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    • Bamalaker says:

      Excellent, Blade. Exactly right.

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    • Hsssssss says:

      ^^^^^^^^This is making the most sense right now^^^^^^^^^^^
      Sessions Seems To Be On The #1 Agenda Item…Like Nothing Else Matters…

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      • rsmith1776 says:

        A lot of other things matter, OF COURSE. But most of the present idiotic carnival of dishonesty and persecution happens UNDER Sessions, BECAUSE of Sessions, and likely LED BY Sessions.

        Because of this very treasonous pig, the President isn’t at 60% approval, where he SHOULD be, based on merit. On his tremendous successes. On account of Sessions he isn’t.

        HsssssSS, where did you come from? I haven’t seen you before.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      Anybody who claims that complete dishonesty, lawlessness, persecution of the innocent, politicization and siding with the enemy of the DOJ – ALL of these DEMONSTRABLY happening WITH Treasonous Pig Sessions’ blessing AS WE SPEAK – do not matter disqualifies himself from any presumption of honesty.

      Even excusing the stubborn, the uninformed, the naïve, and the foolish, some of the last, most rabid remaining Sessionistas reveal themselves as having been trolls promoting evil, all this time. Disgusting.

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      • avi says:

        likely paid by Soros to be Judas goats.
        and logically if their religion in Magoo and Hubers 40 million indictments were true, Herr Müller and the dems would know also and be prepared for their fantasy Big Ugly

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        • Blade says:

          And your posts are getting more unhinged by the moment, and I do mean by the moment because they are all over the place. I was gonna ask you to translate this one to English, but why bother. I can read the first few words okay …

          likely paid by Soros to be Judas goats … Wait, what? I’m talking about the acute problem of our demographic destruction. It is friggin caused by Soros. We’re fighting it, not promoting it and certainly not being sent by Soros to fight it. The truth is you people trying to sideline the only person Trump appointed who gives a damn about Illegal Aliens would be the ones most likely to be paid by Soros. ( or any of Sessions legion of enemies: La Raza, ACLU, MS-13, the KKK, NAMBLA, ad nauseum ). That is who you are in bed with.

          What does it feel like to have your brain turned inside out by derangement? You are our own version of every libtard and leftard out there. Completely unhinged. I’ll bet your momma is so proud.

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      • jb says:

        You are stoned wrong, and sound like you are commenting at some commie lib site.

        And frankly, if you wish to address “disgusting” – I can add that. Sheesh!

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      • MelH says:

        What’s disgusting is that you aren’t thinking of the aftermath of the HUGE blow coming to the Democrats when they finally get it shoved down their throats that they have wasted all this time, drunk on the notion of Trump’s administration ending on November 6th, 2018. The fall-out will be HUGE and dangerous. The timing is critical and we don’t have ANY idea exactly what has to be in place WORLD WIDE before it can happen.

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      • Blade says:

        Treasonous Pig Sessions ? You are every bit as deranged as the anti-Trump kooks ( and yours isn’t even the worst one I read today ). TDS==SDS, no doubt about it. It has your brain completely unhinged. Even a lobotomy wouldn’t help.

        Just try not to harm yourself between now and election day. Don’t drive and stay away from sharp objects. Unfortunately we’ll need your vote since the President is busy blasting holes in his base of support again.

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        • Zennalou says:

          Yes, he is busy blasting holes in his base. Today, he is busy blaming Sessions for not going after Hillary.

          It was you, Donald J. Trump saying “She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways,”

          I haven’t forgotten, and I never will.

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          • Blade says:

            Correct. Here is the link …

            Nov 22, 2016 :: President-Elect Donald J. Trump said on Tuesday that he had no intention of pressing for an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server or the financial operations of her family’s … “She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways, and I am not looking to hurt them at all.” … President-elect Donald Trump and his transition team signaled Tuesday that his administration will not pursue further investigations of Hillary Clinton, backing off a vow on the campaign trail to appoint a special counsel to probe his Democratic rival’s secret email setup as secretary of state and suspected pay-to-play deals involving her family’s foundation. But the president-elect struck a very different tone Tuesday, arguing that Mrs. Clinton had suffered enough and the country needed to heal. “I don’t want to hurt the Clintons, I really don’t,” Mr. Trump said in an interview with the New York Times. “She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways.” He also said the Clinton Foundation has done “good work.”

            This statement was 3 days after Trump announced Sessions as Attorney General nominee and also just after Admiral Rogers showed up at Trump Tower to brief Trump, Flynn and I believe, Sessions too.

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            • william elbel says:

              Trump was being magnanimous BEFORE he found out the Hillary revenge plan the next day after the election of sticking Trump with Russia become known and obvious.
              Now that Sessions appears to be complicit in that revenge even unto this very day, i am surprised why you wield that magnanimity as a weapon!

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              • Blade says:

                Now that Sessions appears to be complicit in that revenge even unto this very day, i am surprised why you wield that magnanimity as a weapon!

                Quoting Trump is using it as a weapon? Until he publicly reverses that then it remains our only evidence. You don’t get to say Sessions is NOT doing the job Trump expects until he changes that statement. Capiche?

                Indeed that stand-down on Hillary and the Clinton Foundation was an olive branch. No doubt in my mind. And she chose poorly.

                However, your mistake is in your demand that Sessions unilaterally reverse that stand-down. That decision must come from Trump, or else Sessions would be completely countermanding the public direction given by the President-Elect, damned if you do, damned if you don’t.

                So the question remains, has Trump reversed that very public statement or not? Obviously there is stuff we don’t know about, but let’s pretend everything is public and there is nothing we don’t know about. You are Attorney General. What do you do? Follow his public direction ( stand-down ) or do something against that? Well?

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        • I posted this on another break-out topic, but it bears repeating…

          The #WORMtongue brigade has been out in full force.

          I heard today that the most devastating attack to a person is to remove all hope. Hopeless Despair actually weakens the body. Muscles weaken, immune system weakens, mental ability weakens. The #WORMtongue brigade is failing at weakening us.

          We will not be weakened. We are have Great Hope. Hope in God. Hope in the Lion that God has given us. Hope for an amazing future!

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    • G. Combs says:

      THANK YOU Blade!
      I see the exact same dis-info repeated about AG Sessions for months on end despite correcting it many times WITH references– primary if possible.

      AG Sessions has been in offices for a little over a year and 1/2 that is NOT ENOUGH TIME to build and bring to court the biggest organized crime syndicate we have ever seen – one spanning the global and incorporating multiple governments.

      What I am seeing is:
      Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals

      RULE 12: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. (This is cruel, but very effective. Direct, personalized criticism and ridicule works.)
      This is what we see playing out here at TCTH.

      The left has decided to target AG Sessions because as you say, ‘demographics is destiny’ and THAT is the only issue that really matters.

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      • Blade says:

        Right as usual Gail. Pure Alinsky, band being used routinely by alleged Trump supporters, well used by fanatics anyway, Trump “fans” in the worst sense of the word..

        It’s hard to believe but when we were called Trump’tards by Eric Erickson, RedState, RightPoop and National Review commenters it never dawned on me that we would actually have Trump supporters that behave in the way they accused wrongly us of, like they under siege inside an impenetrable bubble lashing out at anyone who they feel is crossing their imaginary line of allegiance. It is astonishing. In the past two days I have seen Sessions blamed for Mollie Tibbets murder ( I could you not ) and two commenters ( at least ) publicly wishing for his death.

        So we must have hit peak derangement I guess. I hope. All I can say is let’s pray our deranged allies stay away from sharp objects between now and election day 2018 and then 2020 and 2022. Since the President is once again blasting holes into support base with the Sessions gaslighting ( this ticks of both conservatives and the anti-Illegal Alien/Amnesty lobby which is enormous as Cantor and the Gang of Eight found out ) we’ll need them to show up and vote to cover those staying home.

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  5. Donna in Oregon says:

    I don’t like playing the Shades of the Swamp game.

    Ms. Lindsay is a Swamp creature. Besties with McCain, pro-amenasty, anti-Trumper.

    I do not trust him, I never will. It is a character issue and Ms. Lindsay has a huge deficit.

    Senator Grassley, bless his heart is shades of Trey Gowdy/Benghazi and Darrell Issa/Fast & Furious.

    It goes beyond FBI/DOJ duplicity, it is more a coordinated effort. “He who has the gold, makes the rules” and Congress is in charge of the purse. They did nothing. Nada.

    I don’t trust any of old guard….

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    • rbrtsmth says:

      It does not matter to me why Lyndsey is doing what he is doing. I always assume there is something in it for a politician. Is this flexibility is something Trump wants and needs to get Jeff to move – or, to play out kabuki? I have no idea, but Trump having more options is always a good thing.

      Trump has no illusions as does Graham on their relationship. After all, LG helped push the Sh@ithole thingy. I’m sure during their golf rounds, they were frank with each other and tried to find areas where they can benefit each other. Without Trump, LG is not even a thought in anyone’s head.

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  6. Jesse T Mims says:

    @bSundance… Re “Similarly I would propose two former Governors should be brought in to lead an institutional reform effort within the FBI. Perhaps Rick Perry as FBI Director, and/or Bobby Jindal as Deputy (or similar)”

    Piyush “Bobby” Jindal ran for president knowing he is not a natural born citizen and therefore not Constitutionally eligible to legally hold that office. If he is willing to ignore/violate the Constitution in that regard, he cannot be trusted to not do the same in other matters if and when it profits his political career.

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  7. Chris says:

    I believe Trump needs someone with absolute loyalty to him as AG, not some distant federal judge. The AG has always been a person the president can trust and someone who is on board with his agenda. Also, unfortunately you need an attorney as head of FBI – a former prosecutor or similar. That is where you might put a federal judge. MAYBE. As much as I like Rick Perry, my former governor, he would not be suitable.

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    • jack says:

      I don’t know much about Admiral Rogers, but plenty of people think the world of him, and consider him one of the greatest patriots for alerting us to the corruption in the Obama FBI/DOJ and warning Trump of what was happening!

      I Trust Admiral Rogers to take over the DOJ position and have him consult with Trump about replacements for other positions in the FBI/DOJ that Rogars vets and KNOWS to be Pro Trump/Pro America!

      There are others that have proven themselves in the Fire of MSM attacks and remain loyal to MAGA under Trump’s leadership.

      I understand why Sundance suggested people from the LIST of nominees from the Supreme Court as being good candidates for the positions in the DOJ and governors to assume positions in FBI, to help organize it and keep it clean.

      I think 2 approaches need to be studied.

      Maybe military types with management skills and who have shown loyalty to our country and it’s values might be good choices too. Some one who works well under pressure and follows the chain of command, and obeys orders and keeps his mouth shut to the MSM! 🙂

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      • ann says:

        Indeed, 👍

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Let’s revive Chesty Puller:
        When an Army captain asked him for the direction of the line of retreat, Col Puller called his Tank Commander, gave them the Army position, and ordered:
        “If they start to pull back from that line, even one foot, I want you to open fire on them.”
        Turning to the captain, Chesty Puller replied “Does that answer your question? We’re here to fight!” At Koto-ri in Korea
        – Chesty Puller at Koto-ri in Korea
        (Quote from “Marine: The Life of Chesty Puller” by Burke Davis)

        “They are in front of us, behind us, and we are flanked on both sides by an enemy that outnumbers us 29:1. They can’t get away from us now!”

        Whoever runs DOJ needs to view it as a “target rich environment.”

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    • Owl says:

      “The AG has always been a person the president can trust and someone who is on board with his agenda.”. Yes… and who again was Obama’s AGs?

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  8. RJones says:

    The idea that elections are needed to eliminate corruption is BS. If Sessons won’t do the job then he should be immediately fired. The people will deal deal with any effort to remove trump. Enough of this nonsense. Get on with the job and let the chips fall where they may.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      You may notice that some of the Sessionistas are always moving the goalposts.

      Wait for Horo.

      Wait for Huber.

      Wait for February.

      Wait for July.

      Wait for November.

      THESE are psyops meant to put the honest MAGA to sleep waiting for the Magic Q and other assorted Waco prophets.

      Enough is enough.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        Agree with you and RJo ez both.

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      • avi says:

        even Sundance is trashing Sessions , but like Branch Davidians , they’ll still believe in David Koresh

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        • Unbelievable. You bring up people our DoJ burnt to a crisp as an example of what?

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            Unjustified, blind faith. Ugly to make that comparison, but avi could’ve used any similar cult (Jim Jones, those comet idjits, etc.) for the same simile. Then again, look at the power of a truly unified and ruthless DOJ–for evil or good! Reno, Holder, Lynch–all evil, all completely in line with and ruthless in pursuit of their commanders’ agendas. There is no reason we cannot have a GOOD DOJ that is just as committed, singleminded, and ruthless in destroying evil. JBS was and I think remains a good man with the right values, but he is old and steeped in the gentlemanly, rule-following world of Southern culture and the Senate. I don’t know where or when this breaks down–i.e., when JBS loses his reserve and strikes or when VSGPDJT and his base say enough dilly dallying. We will have to trust VSGPDJT to make these decisions and we must do what we can in the meantime to strengthen his position in every other way possible so that he can do what needs to be done, when the time of deciding arrives.

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  9. CarolynH says:

    I tried for a long time to buy the white hat scenario. Not now. Trumps two sons are being drawn into this reportedly NY wants to bring criminal charges against them and places them outside his ability to pardon them, with the Enquirer vault unlock this puts Melania in line for even more humiliation. Does anyone really believe Trump is going along with some sort of Sessions scenario to place his own family in such jeopardy on so many levels? In the meantime anyone who supported Trump from the start is being destroyed – Duncan Hunter, Aaron Schrock [IL] Collins, NY, etc., the Deep State is stronger than ever with Mueller leading the charge with his merry band of 13 Hillary-loving Democrats. The Awans walked free as a bird. The juror from the Manfort trial said Trump was the main discussion in the jury room and Manafort never would have been charged but for Trump [same with Cohen]… Sessions is weak, we needed a pitbull AG, not a lamb. Now we know Rosenstein wanted Wray in FBI and we saw in NM how pathetic FBI still is under Wray, Rosenstein is very conflicted and never should have become AG – but Sessions… sorry – but like I said, I’m over the white hat stuff. Trump never should have named him AG.

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Deep State has no more decency, honor or truth. Just unmitigated ruthlessness and evil. Pure evil.

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    • dallasdan says:

      The power of the deep state is broad and deep. The attacks on “everything Trump” are relentless and vicious. The strategy used with success is “lawfare,” and persons in the Congress, prosecutors, judges, and jury members who are viscerally antagonistic toward the President are determined to injure and eventually remove him from office. There is no reason to think their attacks will lesson in scope or intensity.

      The President is in the fight of his life, and so is our country.

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    • jb says:

      Sugar, shyte and shavings – we should have elected you as POTUS!

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  10. Awan I think was the final straw, or should be, for anyone paying attention. Sessions did what he does best when Awan walked…. which is nothing. If there was some 23D chess going on, there would be no sweetheart deal for Awan. It just means the deep state dems still control the DOJ/FBI because all their massive corruption scandals continue to get swept under the rug while anyone who so much as gave Trump the time of day is under threat of indictment. Its over for Sessions at this point. The best I can say for the man is perhaps he was blackmailed and had no choice in his actions (or lack thereof) for the sake of his family.

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  11. walt614 says:

    I still believe that Sessions has the perfect public persona to portray the flaccidly passive enabler, while POTUS bids up the hand as HE works at seeming disorganized, betrayed and frustrated.

    Think TRAPS for desperate and formerly protected rats unaccustomed to tests of survival.

    Graham is LOST as his former sponsor McCain tries to find a way to fake his (longest ever) terminal tumor diagnosis as opposed to the deserved Death Sentence. He is not an accurate windsock, and Grassley is in on the game & playing his role.

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  12. franuche says:

    Should Trump Fire Session? Yes, he should fire the deep state’s insurance policy.

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  13. MVW says:

    I can see it now… after Sessions is kicked out, fired like a ‘chicken dog’ the Jeff Apologists will continue to imagine Sessions is still a ‘good guy’. UNBELIEVABLE. Get some professional help.

    It is a shame we have to wait until after the 2018 midterms to get rid of Hillary’s Insurance Policy, stab’em-in-the-back, Jeff. I am so ready to see the DOJ, FBI rats swept out the door into the dustbin for CROOKS & DEMONS.

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  14. Electra says:

    I think SD might have had this guy in mind when he wrote the above. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/06/22/now-it-all-starts-making-sense-deep-state-fixer-henry-john-kerner-the-cover-up-expert/ Not only is Henry Kerner a McCain crony and co-conspirator in the IRS scandal, he now holds a position that puts him in charge of all cases of fraud or abuse in the government.

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  15. dogsmaw says:

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  16. shirley49 says:

    Is there anything we can do to stop this sh!t. A gathering in Washington, protests around the Country? We need to support Trump but how. Now they are going after his son. Enough is enough.

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  17. I don’t want any of the names Sundance mentioned, but his metric is perfect: NOBODY with ANY past, aspirations to, financial or other interest in Washington D.C. I have NO IDEA who that is, but I KNOW I want someone who finds the whole idea of having to live there to do the job noxious. Think “Gladiator” when Caesar asks him to take his power after he dies, and Gladiator says no and that’s when Caesar embraces him and says “That’s why it MUST be you.” Somebody who DOESN’T WANT THE JOB but is PERFECT for it.

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  18. cagefree1@protonmail.com says:

    VSGPDJT 1st tweet for today was at 12:04am, the 2nd was at 5:57am. Trump is the hardest working President in my lifetime

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  19. saywhat64 says:

    I can understand everyone’s frustrations regarding Sessions and his appearance of doing nothing. However one important factor that keeps me open minded about Sessions is the steady internal releases of FBI and DOJ texts regarding the big coup against POTUS which began last December. WHY were those released and more importantly who approved their release ??? Unless some can explain differently, I believe Sessions must have approved if not outright directed the release of all that info. Who else has that power ? I remain neutral on Sessions until the midterms, unless Trump fires him before then. I’m an old timer and know from experience that in politics timing is everything and they don’t call it the “October surprise” for no reason. For the sake of our country, I hope Session’s moniker of the Silent Executioner comes back and bites all his naysayers right in their hind side.

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    • JX says:

      More than four months ago both Congress and the IG pointed to Comey’s lying to and obstructing Congress in 2017. It couldn’t possibly be something that is still “under investigation” – the IG and Congress HAVE investigated a simple clear cut violation of law.

      Not to trivialize this violation of law, but after all this time prosecution would be only a token demonstration by Sessions.

      “What difference at this point does it make?” Seriously. If he must be prodded into doing the simplest thing….

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    • JC says:

      Good points all, saywhat64.

      What amazes me is that some on this site label those of us who trust the President as “Sessionistas” with some type of mental disorder who should “get some help”.

      The President has access to information to which we don’t, and he has been studying and strategizing emptying The Swamp for decades. Some of us are willing to wait a bit longer to see how it plays out with this President who has shown himself to be an outstanding leader.

      I am not personally invested in Jeff Sessions. I was unaware of him until the President ran for office. I am, however, monumentally invested in the rescue and reestablishment of my beloved country as the Constitutional Republic it was designed to be, and I’m willing to trust the President in this matter.

      The Sessions disagreement among Treepers has become vitriolic and a distraction from the many other important issues facing conservatives and the nation. So we disagree about the AG – so what? Why is that so threatening to some on this otherwise-civil site? I’m baffled by it, I truly am. Sessions will either be fired or will remain as AG and serve his purpose. The DOJ is a critical entity in this administration, but in the vast scheme of things, Sessions is a relatively small blip on the radar screen unless and until such time as the President deems otherwise.

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  20. Ad Validator says:

    As a 28 year SC resident, I’ll never trust Lindsay Graham. A devout UniParty member from day one. Once remarked he wasn’t in DC to represent his constituents, only to do “what’s right”. Just look at “go along to get along” Graham’s record and who his close friends are.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Timing is everything. I believe Linda knew long before she changed her mind about Johnny Songbird’s near term fate, and decided to do a little singing of her own. She’s done everything she can to cozy up to President TRUMP over the last year and a half, knowing that her special friend was no longer there to ride his coattails.

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  21. Mark Mears says:

    From 10,000 feet above it just looks like President Trump just trusted the wrong guy for AG.. Let’s see, how many cabinet members have moved on in almost 2 years of this Presidency, 7,8 because they didn’t or wouldn’t fit into the Presidents plan for this country. There is no big plan, no 4d chess game. The President is stuck with Sessions until he isn’t and then he fires him and RR and everyone below them until he gets to someone he can trust and will do as the boss wishes. I personally pray (please GOD please, save this country) that he fires them today and takes the heat from the msm. We are too close to the midterms. I was looking for the counter punch from the President yesterday for the Manafort/Cohen crap but it didn’t happen. Fire them all until you get to someone who will fire Muller and appoint a 2nd special counsel. Here’s the question fellow Deplorables, who in the AG’s office can be trusted to fire Muller and appoint a 2nd special counsel? We don’t need Congress to approve an AG if he or she comes from within ranks to fill that vacant post.

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  22. Non=combative. says:

    Republicans have given a green light to can Sessions. Sessions and Wray should be fired immediately, weather the storm from the left, and move on. Make damn sure the new AG is someone with the ‘nads to put the skids on Mueller, Rosenstein and any other obstructionists who are in the way of cleaning house and laying sunlight on the DOJ/FBI corruption.

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    • Trump Train says:

      I just cannot figure out this sessions deal, he has done almost irreversible damage to this country (even worse than obama and the deep state) with his refusal, failure to do anything regarding any of these people even the low hanging fruit yet in the background he has done some good things. I Trust in Trump but am nervous as hell about the midterms. Its the last chance we have to save this country as long as we keep the Senate.

      Hope to keep the house also but the dem dream of impeaching trump and removing from office will never happen. Trump needs to fire Sessions, Rosenstien all the obama holdovers and traitors in both the justice and FBI for which both have no credibility.

      Getting Trustworthy dedicated MAGA Patriots to take over these corrupt agencies, appt a legitimate SC and go after everything, UR1, Soft Coup, Clinton Foundation deep state traitors and this corrupt SC and partisan angry dems.

      They also need to go after these State AG’s who think they are smart working around a Presidential Pardon. This is nothing but malicious prosecution and should not stand.
      For the love of GOD this miserable POS in NY talking about going after his family and business. At some point this filth needs to be dragged out int eh street and hung from the neck but maybe it won’t come tot that if we can get the rule of law and an equal justice system restored.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Eliot Spitzer called. He said don’t walk around with your Mr. Piddles hanging out for everybody to admire. You may get more than you bargained for.

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  23. FireDog says:

    Ha,ha,ha. LOVE the show President Trump and A.G. Sessions.

    Keep punching the solar plexuses of ENEMIES OF GOD and HIS RIGHTEOUS PEOPLE.

    KNOCK OUT, COMMA OUT, the predatorial EVIL both inside and outside of our Republic!

    woo-hoo!

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  24. Sessions is incorruptible, has been his whole career, the public animosity does not exist in private- this is Theater- how would it look if it appeared Sessions was just going after Trump’s political enemies? No- read the Art of the Deal- this is the Art of the Deception- all meant to make the left support Sessions so when the perp walks begin, they will feel stupid having supported Sessions and change direction after having defended him- Trump is masterful!

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    • JX says:

      Congress and the IG found violations of law. Should those persons not be prosecuted because they may be opposed to Trump?

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    • william elbel says:

      The Pakistani IT guy and Lois Lerner and Uranium One participants et al. all walk without indictments, while Sessions signs off with the fabricated “crime” that a litigation settlement is called a campaign contribution because it would have an effect on the election. That is as dumb as James Comey claiming “no reasonable prosecutor”

      Since Jeff Sessions does not have the scruples to quit outright, especially after the latest Trump barrage, he is either insane or feels he has to protect Obama, come what may.

      There is not another case in all of history where a subordinate has kept displeasing his boss like Sessions and retained his job for years.

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  25. Baygraver says:

    I have to put my 2 cents worth in on this, and prob. not worth that, POTUS knows what he’s doing , Jeff can not be seen as the tip of the spear because then the Dems and MSM would focus on him as the threat, POTUS is getting all of their attn. , exactly what he wants so all of the bad actors will go their merry way bus. as usual , digging themselves a deeper hole and in the mean time Jeff and company are QUIETLY going about the arduous task of accumulating evidence and securing indictments. Remember , timing For maximum effect, trust POTUS, he is the 1 with the plan, he plays the MSM and THE dems like a fiddle

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  26. Darren says:

    I’ve been thinking about Sessions this week. I want to put something out there and see what you all think. My first point is the Brennon security clearence being pulled. In his Maddow interview it looks pretty clear he was surprized. So no warning. It was done in secrect. Combine this with the pro-trump noise about Brennon in the same time frame. It’s clear they have him on the coup. The investigation of his role is likely over or, at the very least, is developed enough to pull clearence.

    Now we see Trump attacking Session. Setting Session up as an impartial non-political lawman. Why? We know an investigation is ongoing. Evidence of it keeps surfacing. I suggest this is a setup just before the arrest of the small group. Remember the list being considered for losing clearence. What do they all have in common?

    Two objectives with the list and Sessions.

    1. To let MSM walk out on a branch defending the clearences.
    2. To make Session appear independent/non-political.

    If these these points are both true what would this mean?

    I Suggest we will see arrests soon. I’ve been uncertain about Sessions. Yet, We know the investigationis moving forward, we see Brennons clearence pulled (and he was blind) and Trump putting up a Sessions smoke screen. Maybe I have been wrong and Sessiins really is silent killer….

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  27. jmclever says:

    This cover of Time Magazine proves Sessions is one of them /s

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