Media List of Names Under Consideration For Attorney General….

With Jeff Sessions now removed, the question becomes who will be the next person selected by President Trump to lead the institutionally corrupt U.S. Department of Justice.

With the loss of the House of Representatives to the arch-enemies of the President; and with the predictable likelihood of resistance investigations starting almost immediately in January; the next AG nominee is perhaps the most important cabinet choice in the second half of President Trump’s first term in office.

The upcoming 2019 siege of the White House will be record-breaking in anger, incivility, rage, activist-driven political violence, Machiavellian schemes, death threats against cabinet officials, increased Antifa activity, and media assaults.  The next AG faces the full weaponized deployment of well-planned DC swamp attacks.

That said, the series of names currently being promoted includes:

♦Former NJ Governor Chris Christie
♦Former NY Mayor Rudy Giuliani
♦Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
♦Former Kansas SoS Kris Kobach
♦Congressman John Ratcliffe [(R-TX) possible frontrunner]
♦Florida AG Pam Bondi
♦Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC)
♦Health and Human Services secretary Alex Azar
♦Former U.S. Attorney SDNY Andrew McCarthy

According to multiple media reports, citing close White House officials, the key advisor to President Trump, on this important decision, is Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC).

[Anyone else picturing a possible set-up here?]

Here’s my review of the current names and situation therein.

♦Trump cannot pick Christie or Giuliani because  the Mueller investigation is, by design, not over – and there’s no end in sight.  Christie and Giuliani would face the identical recusal issues as Jeff Sessions for exactly the same reason.  Both are shrewd enough to withstand the firestorm; but both were also on the 2016 election campaign – just like the elf on the shelf.  However, likely for this very reason, they are the two being pushed by the media and democrats.

♦Given the history of Scott Walker and his relationship to big GOPe he would be a Never Trump pick.  Predictably, in his off hours, Walker would fly down to the border wall with his staff and personally use pick-axes to tear it down.  Walker, might not be Brutus, but he would polish the spear, drive Brutus to the White House and keep watch while the deed is done.  His ability to look in both directions simultaneously does have benefits.

♦In a similar vein, Trey Gowdy would be even worse than Walker.  Dear God, can you even imagine the chaos?…  Democrats wouldn’t need a Trojan Horse, roosterhead would hold the door open while singing Muellers praises and personally ordering every member of the Trump family, and administration, to be on 24/7 mattress tag surveillance.  Purple-tied Gowdy would likely hire Peter Strzok as his deputy. Um… no!

♦Next up, Pam Bondi – the BFF of Benjamin Crump and most ineffective politically correct AG in the history of Florida.  If you want to know if me-me-me Bondi would bow-down under pressure; you need to look no further than her decision-making in the Zimmerman case.  How’s that Broward County election accountability working out?  Nuf said.

♦HHS Secretary Alex Azar doesn’t want the job.  Thankfully, Mr. Bean takes a pass.

♦If the AG job required writing 3,000 word daily essays to defend the administration from the legions knocking down the gates; and then standing atop a gilded podium talking to them with the intention of boring them into submission with articulate prose… Andrew McCarthy would be ideal.  Otherwise, well, not-so-much.

♦That leaves John Ratcliffe and Kris Kobach.  Ratcliffe is generally unflappable and knows the likely force of the alliance against him. Actually, Kobach and Ratcliffe both know what’s coming.  Could Kris Kobach pass confirmation? Likely yes; however, he would be fuel for the resistance horde.  That’s probably why John Ratcliffe is the frontrunner.

The success or failure of this person, whoever President Trump picks, will strongly influence: (A) his decision on running for re-election in 2020; and (B) the likelihood of success in the 2020 election.

Given the DOJ history and ‘in-your-face‘ evidence over the past two years, if the next AG can’t or won’t deal with the institutional corruption that has fully metastasized within the Department of Justice, President Trump’s support could erode quickly.


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983 Responses to Media List of Names Under Consideration For Attorney General….

  1. JMP says:

    Was very disturbed by SD’s saying “Anyone else picturing a possible set-up here?”. Doesn’t PDT know by now who Lindsey Graham is? Or am I misunderstanding something?

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  2. Flight93Gal says:

    The TOP 5 interview questions for the AG Candidates, which Sessions, Pam Bondi or Chris Christie could never answer. Kobach might answer some of them well but he may be better suited to replace Nielsen at Homeland.

    Meanwhile, PLEASE RECRUIT TX GOVERNOR Gregg Abbott and be amazed at his expertise, track record and ability to field a clean-up team from outside of Washington!

    1. Do you believe in following the rule of Law in accordance with the Constitution and will you follow the law and the evidence–irrespective of where and to whom it leads?

    2. Is it more important to follow the evidence no matter where it leads, even at the risk of dismantling the DOJ, being universally attacked by the Media and being accused daily of politicizing the outcome of your DOJ investigations?

    3. Identify three immediate actions that will curtail deep state criminal leaks of confidential information and that will slow/stop the violation of immigration laws by both illegal immigrants and the 9th circuit.

    4. Name 10 individuals you will recruit for key leadership positions in the DOJ and state how their expertise and character traits will re-establish the DOJ and FBI as pillars of justice in the near term.

    5. Review the current DOJ organization hierarchy and suggest which staff and employees comprise the 10% of consolidation to make the DOJ more efficient in the next 6 to 12 months.

    Can anyone here imagine Sessions, Bondi, Christie even answering one question–with great precision and thoughtful, meaningful actionable content? NO!



  3. Winning 2018 says:

    On November 9, “Q” reports “shadow players are the deadliest (Huber, Horowitz, Whitaker, Cohen-Watnick)” toward filling the U.S. Attorney General permanent position in 2019.
    Q says,
    “A) How can arrests occur prior to removing the corruption from the DOJ & FBI?
    B) How can arrests occur prior to safely securing a majority in the SUPREME COURT [CONSTITUTION – RULE OF LAW]
    C) What is the role of the SENATE? Role of GOODLATTE? Role of GOWDY? Role of SESSIONS? GOODLATTE, GOWDY, and SESSIONS *ALL* RESIGNED.
    Who did SESSIONS appoint in NOV 2017? [Whitaker]
    Who is HUBER? Who CONFIRMED HUBER? [Rahm Emanuel]
    Mandate charged to HUBER? Resources provided to HUBER?
    Who is HOROWITZ? Mandate charged to HOROWITZ? Resources provided to HOROWITZ?
    What were the responsibilities of WHITAKER?
    What is the advantage of having a ‘temp’ (‘acting’) in a leadership position?
    Who was assigned directly to SESSIONS by POTUS?
    Mandate charged to Ezra Cohen-Watnick [Defense Intelligence Agency]?
    NAT SEC ADVISOR TO SESSIONS [counterintelligence and counterterrorism]?
    Who briefed NUNES on classified intel re: HUSSEIN spy campaign v. POTUS
    Who briefed Goodlatte & Gowdy on classified intel re: DOJ & FBI?

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    • jello333 says:

      You apparently missed it, but just so you know, we’re kinda taking a break from all things “Q” here in the Treehouse. Nothing against Q (well, as far as I’m concerned), but there’s just a real concern that he/she/they are (possibly unintentionally) harming Trump and MAGA right now. Things may change in the future, after things settle down… but as for now, we’re trying to avoid most Q stuff.


      • Warrior says:

        I think Sundance made pretty clear what he thinks of Q. And it wasn’t very complimentary, but was very fair and correct in my view. I much prefer SDs analysis to cryptic riddles.

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        • jello333 says:

          Yeah, I was just letting this commenter (Winning2018) know what was up, so he wouldn’t get him/herself in trouble… I was assuming they hadn’t heard the news, so I was just trying to be fair about it.


    • Warrior says:

      Wouldn’t bet the farm on Q. His predictions have little credibility.


  4. Gadney says:

    I don’t know how Whitaker will do the job, but so far every media smear makes me like him more. I’d certainly prefer him over any of the people in that graphic. The man supports nullification of all things. It’s very rare to hear a public figure mention nullification much less support it.
    Of course Whitaker’s position enraged Democrat media operatives who had never heard of nullification until yesterday.

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  5. formercrookcountyresident says:

    Whitaker is in place for 270 days. And why isn’t or can’t he become the Attorney General?


    • jello333 says:

      He can, but apparently there’s a rule/law that says the person in the “acting” or “interim” AG position can’t be nominated for the permanent position. Have no idea why… makes no sense to me. But anyway, before he could be nominated for AG, he’d have to step down from his current position. Still, maybe that’s what will eventually happen… and Trump can then install a NEW “acting” AG to hold the fort while waiting for Whitaker to be confirmed.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      If Trump can’t get a proper Attorney General approved, have hatchet-men Acting Attorney Generals raze everything to the ground and arrest all those Democrats in on the coup.


  6. Unsk says:

    I’m not sure why Andy McCarthy is on your sheeeeet list. Seems like exactly the kind of guy need. McCarthy’s detailed analysis is exactly the kind of decision making we need, because it would force critics to argue against his usually well reasoned and thorough analysis, which the Dems would hate. Don’t know much about Ratcliffe and Kobach. Whitaker may be okay- we’ll see how he does.

    The rest would be an absolute RINO disaster. Another Sessions. NO thanks.


    • Jan says:

      Go back to the time around Pres. Trump’s inauguration and read Andy’s columns at the “National Review.” He was anti-Trump, still is anti-Trump and maybe 6 months ago decided that there had been FISA abuse, Rosenstein has serious conflicts & Mueller might have overreached his investigation. He does understand the federal prosecution process and the inner workings of the DOJ and FBI. I assume he’s had personnel experience as a US attorney, but I think he might agree with the Elf about cleaning out agents and lawyers–doing absolutely nothing but update policy and “educate th staff on the new/old policies.”

      Ratcliffe might be a good selection except we don’t need to chance losing more House seats to Dimms. Ann Coulter was insistent that Kobach be made AG way back when. He definitely is on board w/ voter fraud and immigration. Can he run a staff and weed out the baddies? I don’t know. He should have won the Kansas race for governor but got beat bad. I expect Pres. Trump to put him somewhere in his administration.

      But I love Whittaker for just the way he looks. I like what he has said to the press over the last year or so. He’s 6’5″, so we’ll know where he is. I think that Whittaker has possibilities and if he proves to be good as he looks, then they’ll figure out a way to get him nominated & confirmed.

      If Joe DiGenova wants the AG office, I’m there. The Dimms will put up a lot of flak because they know he will get rid of the corrupt agents & lawyers, and if Wray remains director, there will be interesting conversations between those two because I don’t think DiGenova holds Wray in high regard.

      As to Sundance’s analysis, I agree.


      • Lee Moore says:

        Kobach is dumb. He may be loyal, but he’s dumb. And when you are sending someone into a nest of vipers to try to clean it out, you want some one smart. And loyal. Dumb and loyal is no use.


  7. NancyB says:

    John Ratcliffe is my choice.


  8. Please says:

    Can Huber be eligible?


  9. Lee Moore says:

    My top pick would be Miguel Estrada.


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