Jeff Sessions Confirms Senate Bid During Tucker Carlson Interview…

Jeff Sessions made it official tonight during an interview with Tucker Carlson.  The former U.S. Attorney General is running for a senate seat from Alabama.  WATCH:

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389 Responses to Jeff Sessions Confirms Senate Bid During Tucker Carlson Interview…

  1. Skidroe says:

    Mr. Magoo! Part of the problem!

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      we seriously think Trump did not have one incriminating email, text, etc….. as the COUP Snooped illegallly and then legallly through it all… that!

      we seriously think…. that Trump took Sessions on just cause he asked?

      We SERIOUSLY THINK THAT Trump got duped by a idiot? WE SERIOUSLY think that Sessions is an IDIOT?

      its time the public SEEs and knows the TRuth.. PRIOR TO NOW it was GOOD we THOUGHT He was MAGOO.. to make the counter investigation work.

      This site has informed everyone of the SINGLE ACT that destroyed and exposed the coup – CARTER PAGE FISA – month and year shown, day REDACTED.

      FROM that point on SESSIONS JOB WAS DONE – bring in the new AG – role over the US ATTORNEY SESSIONS Appointed as an interim… and signal DANA to whistleblow as hearsay with the new FORM implemented.

      DO YOU GET IT? Assange would never reveal his sources. THIS IS HOW it can be revealed.

      Nov 11.

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      • individualright says:

        Yes yes yes.. … people who think Sessions is a backstabber have to believe Trump is an idiot.

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        • rjones99 says:

          Nonsense. Early supporters, prior to coup, can be trusted without being stupid.

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        • BoreMole says:

          No – you simply have to observe that Trump has not had the best hiring record to date.

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          • Warrior says:

            True. Trump makes horrible personnel staffing decisions. Just look at the White House staff, mostly Obama holdovers who are now ganging up on him. Every president would have fired them on Day One. But not trump. Instead he assumes they will all support him.

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      • Bigly says:

        Can you try this again – except slow down and give us full thoughts cause it doesn’t make much sense unless we are in your head. Not trying to disrespect, I’ve read it 4 times , slowly and there is so much detail missing you could mean this or that…and I want to understand what it is you are trying to say.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          the Senate Intel Security officer arrested and let go…. was caught in Jeff Sessions’s leak investigation.. when the Senate intel, and DOJ (via Jessie Lui DC US attorney ) declined to prosecute IT ENDED THEIR INNOCENCE IN THE COUP.

          from that point on there was no way out for them or the MEDIA (because the FISA was leaked to new york times via the girl Wolfe (SENATE INTEL SECURITY OFFICER) messaged 82-83 times ,, same number of pages as FISA AKA images of each page.

          Session did this … he had one job, PLAY THE STUPID REDNECK FROM HILLBILLY LAND. and he executed it well.

          Sessions hired 2 key people – Durham…… prior to him being fully appointed.. and he hired the staff member (mr clean , Whitaker? – i forget his name, literally looks like Mr clean) to be in place as ACTING to facilliated the transition to Barr. The point is Sessions played possum.. or he is a Traitor… we will find out soon, but to me, its obvious he is the sole reason for the PROOF the Coup, Senate intel, Gang of 8, Media cannot back out of this without becoming state evidence (flip for immunity- hence Comey memos and Gowdy saying we will look upon him in a positive way one day)….

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          • MAJA says:

            Interesting. I hope it bears out.

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          • DebbieSemms says:

            I will go with he is a traitor.

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          • MVW says:

            Old, worn out attempt to to cover tor backstabber Jeff.

            Remember LOIS LERNER and her felonies? Just to start at the list’s top of back stabbing Jeff’s cover for Obama and his criminal staff.

            But keep trying to blow the old smoke. LOL!

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            • Kaco says:

              I still can’t forget that he did nothing to bring clarity and the truth out about the orchestration of Charlottesville, and threw POTUS under the bus re: “both sides”. Sessions only condemned “white supremacy” of the group that the Occupy Wall St. guy put together to go to the protest. Sessions claimed they were going to investigate, nothing. Nothing how it was a set-up. Not the death, but of having the “neo-nazis” clash with antifa.

              Maybe he’s running as a splitter. Why wouldn’t he just retire?

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            • lolli says:

              👍MVW

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          • The Listener says:

            No! Not a chance that I will go for the idea that Sessions played the dumb cluck in order to justify anything.

            Sessions KNEW BEFORE taking that position he was going to recuse himself. He should have done the right thing and refused the position so the President could put someone else in that powerful spot which could have helped him.

            Instead Sessions held onto the position for years EFFECTIVELY BLOCKING the President from putting someone else there who would be more helpful to him. The President was constantly threatened to be charged with interfering with an investigation if he fired anyone. Sessions allowed that to happen by holding onto a position he couldn’t even perform his full duties in. Sessions is POISON.

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      • Spooky says:

        Your theory is as implausible as it is incoherent. Trump picked Sleepy Jeff because he was an early supporter who seemed superficially good for the job. As it turned out Sessions was all too typical of Republican Senators – Feckless, naive and completely incapable of dealing with the extraordinary circumstances created by the unprecedented coup plot. You should realize that we have a 2 party political system composed of The Stupid Party and The Evil Party and it should be obvious which party is the stupid one!

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          Sessions was the only man who swiped Biden’s hand away from his child.

          Child HARM bring men of all SIDES together… thats when i knew.

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        • cdor1 says:

          I am thinking Occam’s Razor might be a useful approach in this situation. And that seems to be exactly what you are doing Spooky. We all need to admit, our President has, at times, made some poor hiring decisions. Admittedly, his fiefdom, the Executive Branch, is huge, and his Rolodex was paper-thin. Jeff Sessions succumbed to an embedded group of entitled people with evil intentions. In hindsight, he should have left the AG earlier, but that would not necessarily have meant that PDJT would have found just the right stud to fill that position, as Session’s replacement.
          In the meantime, Session’s was a solid Senator previously to his debacle at Justice. He was supporting Trump-like ideas before Trump descended the escalator. I say, let him return to what he did well. I believe him when he says he supports Trump.

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          • Concernedcitizen says:

            You would think that Sessions got President Trump’s tacit endorsement before he announced that he was running for the Alabama Senate seat. Without the endorsement, Sessions can forget about it.

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            • cdor1 says:

              On Tucker last night, Sessions was asked that exact question (almost) and replied that he had not spoken with Trump yet, but was hoping to do so very soon. I believe Sessions could be an important ally for Trump in the Senate. Sessions indicated that if he won, he would re-acquire much of his advanced status in committees. I am hoping that Trump welcomes him back into the family with open arms and in a very public way.

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        • BoreMole says:

          EXACTLY. The tick tock TrUsT tHe PlAn schtick is wearing very, very thin. there was and is no magical conspiracy underway in which everyone is brilliantly playing a role to suddenly and dramatically bring down the house on deep state conspirators. At best, the good guys have simply managed to wake the hell up and try to connect a few dots after the fact. More likely, they’re still just putting out fires as they spark up.

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            JESUS CHRIST – WHAT MORE EVIDENCE DO YOU NEED?

            this site points out REPEATEDLY the VALUE of the LEAK Investigation and how it EXPOSED Plotters. Session did not have to start it! but he did. Mueller’s failure is what made this all make sense – blocking it wouldnt. PLUS ALL OF muellers evidence he touched is now offficially entered into the record LEGALLY. Now Barr can use it as evidence of the coup (Misfud oops; 302 attributed to the wrong agent)

            just because its not happening on your time frame does not mean its not happening. The poster above mentioned Sessions placement on Committees once elected… i wonder which one?

            I respect all thoughts – and it helps me see counter arguments. but what value do u get from Sessions losing in Alabama?

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      • 6x47 says:

        Your post is a modern variation of the Barbarossa legend.

        Frederick Barbarossa was a medieval German king. He was a great Christian warrior and a renowned hero who died on his way to fight in the Crusades … by accidental drowning while bathing in a stream. It was so tragic, and a death so unfitting that a legend arose: King Barbarossa isn’t really dead, he’s enchanted and sleeping on a mountaintop. One day when his people are in dire need he will awaken and return to save them!

        Fast forward to today: President Donald Trump is a towering, transformational figure who improbably won the Presidency and is fighting to save America from the treachery and corruption of the political class. He is such a talented leader, it’s almost inconceivable that he made an egregious error appointing a manifestly unfit Attorney General who immediately got rolled by the Deep State harpies at DOJ, leaving the President’s flank wide open and undefended against their attacks.

        But that’s precisely what happened. One very bad personnel decision, rewarding a loyal supporter who is eminently qualified with the Attorney General post, only to have the man implode immediately, is EXACTLY what happened.

        It isn’t 4D chess. It isn’t brilliant strategy. It isn’t a deception. Jeff Sessions made a terrible error in judgement, trusted the coup plotters before he even knew what had gone awry in Obama’s DOJ, and his unilateral surrender completely changed the arc the Trump presidency AND MAY YET DESTROY IT. All to avoid the “appearance” of impropriety. Jeff Sessions is a fool.

        President Trump wasn’t stupid to appoint Sessions – but in retrospect he couldn’t have made a worse choice. Hindsight is 20/20.

        But sadly, things are as they appear. King Barbarossa died an unworthy death; and President Trump was stabbed in the back by his good friend Jeff Sessions.

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        • The Listener says:

          YES!!! What you said.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          Nonsense . There were riots in the streets at the time. A NATION half convinced Russia interfered (media propaganda flaming it) and bitter people that just lost a highly contested election.

          IT WAS BOMB waiting to EXPLODE. the Unitparty was in PANIC – they needed something to calm them down and show a negotiation was possible. THAT was what Sessions did.

          We all keep pretending life was peaceful after the election and Trump could just say I AM IN CHARGE now do as i say…. but that is not the case. This is about saving ALL AMERICANS even the temporary useful idiots.

          Charlotesville will be revisited and is CENTRAL to the Ukrainian groups that were in that place that day.

          PS – review the Finders file on FBIvault – and see page 24. who was the DC US attorney at the time — diGenova?

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    • rondonmonson says:

      I am an Alabamian, hes not a part of the problem, hes just TOO HONEST, the same Lawfare Group Lawyers probably laid out the trap to get him to recuse via the Minn. Sen. who resigned, we know he wasn’t smart enough to put that plan together.

      That was their Whole Card so to speak, hope Sessions was appointed the AG and then get him recused. Allow Rosenstien to become acting AG on the Russia BS. It was an orchestrated effort.

      Sessions was/is an honest guy, Trump was of course angry, but he didn’t see it coming, he had no way of knowing what lengths these thugs would go to.

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      • Kaco says:

        I think POTUS said Sessions wasn’t “honest” or upfront to tell him he was going to recuse himself. POTUS spoke in frustration and tweeted how he would have picked someone else to be a full fledged AG if he would have known. POTUS said Sessions pretty much begged for the job and didn’t want any other position in the adminstration. I think Pres Trump is over Sessions.

        Pres Trump complained an awful lot.. And throughout his ordeal half his supporters thought it was all an act and “part of the plan”. Until he finally was able to fire him without “obstructing justice”. Now people are starting up again about how he is somehow able to plan every move the coup plotters make. Pres Trump isn’t a liar. He is very smart, but I think he is an optimist. And now he is going through a very unfair unConstitutional impeachment process. And some would say this is also part of his plan to drain the swamp.

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        • 6x47 says:

          The coup plotters have been thwarted by the fact that they are attempting a political assassination but they have nothing … absolutely NOTHING … to pin on President Trump. And once he became aware of the plot he has been quite successful at countering their moves. His most effective tactic, surprising to the DC swamp dwellers, has been transparency. He has nothing to hide, so he doesn’t.

          The Mueller probe was confounded by the President’s full cooperation. He gave them absolutely everything they asked for (except a personal interview), and every time they tried to goad him into “obstructing justice” he refused to take the bait. Weissman’s latitude to fabricate evidence was severely constrained by the fact everyone knew what he was up to. In the end even the corrupt investigators came up empty.

          Likewise, when Schiff attempted to misrepresent the content of the conversation between President Trump and the President of Ukraine, Trump blew up that subterfuge by declassifying and releasing the transcript of the call. Schiff never saw that coming, and it severely diminished the impact of his allegations. Every “witness” is asked to please point out where in the transcript supports their ridiculous allegations. They can’t do it.

          So Impeachmentpalooza hurtles off a cliff, and even normies have a pretty good idea it’s all a political dirty trick, not a real scandal.

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        • rondonmonson says:

          Sessions worked at the DOJ 17 years, he had no idea what a cesspool it had become. You shouldn’t expect DOJ and FBI officials to be such evil snakes on the grass. The way he saw it was, well if I have to recuse myself the next man will just do what is right. The problem is after Clinton and Obama, there are FAR LEFT CRAZIES leading there Departments, not sane people like when Sessions worked there in the 80s and 90’s. So looking at what he went though, of course in hindsight Trump complained, bit its not Sessiomns fault that Rosenstien appointed a Special Prosecutor with NO PREDICATE !! That is on that little scum worm, he knew it was wrong. Muller knows he was wrong. Sessions did nothing wrong.

          I do say this, if Trump had not fired him and gotten Barr in there the Muller team would have still been going or would have tried to charge Trump with a Crime.

          As you said, now hes going through THIS…..Which proves Sessions meant nothing in reality, these scum were going to stop at noting to try and frame Trump, it might have been the best thing for Sessions to recuse and for Trump to OPENLY SEE what he was up against. I think its made him FAR MORE CONSERVATIVE and that might be what God wanted, thus He allowed Trump to go through this to make him stronger. The left could have gotten their way a lot more by trying to co-opt Trump, instead the chose to smear him, and thus he HATES THEM……LOL……Thats good for us conservatives.

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      • The Listener says:

        Then answer this. Why didn’t Sessions, who knew that he couldn’t perform his entire job once he recused himself, quit the position so the President could appoint someone who could perform the entire job.

        By staying in the job Sessions deliberately blocked the President from appointing someone else because the President was threatened with interfering with an investigation charges if he fired anyone.

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        • lydia00 says:

          Yes! And people should remember that Grassley even warned the president not to fire sessions because they would not confirm an AG. The swamp in action. They definitely wanted to thwart Trump’s agenda.

          Sessions is part of the old paradigm and needs to go away.

          And I do have to ask while he was AG why he did nothing about antifa?

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        • 6x47 says:

          If Jeff Sessions had half of Bill Barr’s leadership ability, he would have immediately been suspicious of the smiling DOJ officials informing him that he must recuse from all matters relating to the 2016 election.

          When you’re the new boss and you’re greeted by a gaggle of employees urging you not to worry about what’s behind that door; and don’t worry about some matter, they’ll take care it; your first action should be to go look behind the door and look into the matter you “needn’t concern yourself with, boss!”

          But Sessions just said “OK!”

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          by taking sessions it allowed for an ACTING that TRUMP COULD CONTROL..

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      • The Pelican says:

        Sessions is a good man. He did nothing wrong. Was required to recuse, bc he worked on the campaign.

        If he is at fault for anything, it is for not notifying Trump of the need to recuse in advance. Really though, recusal is generally not that big of a deal b/c there have generally been plenty of good men to step up and take over. Recusals happen in large numbers throughout the country on a daily basis. Recusals are supposedly a solution to conflicts of interest, bereft of any downsides.

        The big eye opener for all of us is the degree to which things have degenerated throughout society. Partisanship has entered the judiciary. Self dealing occurs, apparently on a grand scale, throughout all levels of government. The electorate is largely oblivious to the toxic effects of seeking to get their way w/o regard to protocols and traditions. Hypocrisy and deceit reign. To say nothing of spies and shadow governments.

        It’s a sh*t show writ large, game over even, if the truth be told, and Sessions has nothing to do with having caused any of it. Just the opposite, I wager.

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        • 6x47 says:

          As much as I hate to use “Game of Thrones” – Jeff Sessions walked into DOJ like Eddard Stark. An honorable man, utterly without guile … who got his head chopped off before he even knew what hit him.

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        • 6x47 says:

          OMG. “Jeff Sessions was required to recuse, because he worked on the campaign …”

          Here’s a clue: The “investigation” was Crossfire Hurricane: The illegitimate, illegal, completely unfounded phony case invented by John Brennan using the Steele Dossier.

          EVEN after you KNOW that was a LIE, a DECEPTION, a SUBTERFUGE invented out of whole cloth to TRICK SESSIONS into standing aside, to clear the way for Rosenstein and Comey (later McCabe) to take out President Trump

          YOU STILL REPEAT IT! YOU STILL BELIEVE IT!!

          Unbelievable.

          You know what? Trump colluded with Russia, and General Flynn lied to the FBI. Both equally true as the cock-and-bull story about there being some investigation into the 2016 campaign.

          /end rant

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          • The Pelican says:

            I think your point is whether an investigation is still an investigation if it’s bogus, if it’s initiated as subterfuge. The DOJ reg doesn’t address this. It provides, in part I believe that:

            “(a) …. no employee shall participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with:
            (1) Any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution; or
            (2) Any person or organization which he knows has a specific and substantial interest that would be directly affected by the outcome of the investigation or prosecution.”

            The reg also clarifies, I believe, that “political relationship” means “a close identification with an elected official, a candidate (whether or not successful) for elective, public office, a political party, or a campaign organization, arising from service as a principal adviser thereto or a principal official thereof.”

            Just imagine the ruckus that would ensue if the reg permitted an otherwise conflicted employee to participate in an investigation, if he knew or believed the so-called investigation was bogus, advanced as subterfuge, or otherwise illegitimate. The reg, as written, is far superior. Recusal is mandated as a means of removing conflicts, a solution that generally works well under relatively ordinary circumstances.

            The crafting of laws and regulations generally functions well, especially in a milieu where governmental institutions try to facilitate compliance, where the citizenry are invested in lawfulness, where there is an appreciation of the fragility of representative government and the desire to facilitate its propagation. National character plays an essential role.

            Let me know if I have missed your points.

            I’ll close with this: Sessions may not be perfect, but he is way above average. We can use a man like him in the U.S. Senate to hold the line on Chinese imperialism, on border security, on foreign entanglements — on juiced-up impeachment leanings.

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      • Avi says:

        After Muller was appointed despite the fact that he should have recused himself,
        Sessions should have intervened.
        After Muller appointed17 activists democrats to his staff without vetting them for conflicts of interest as per federal policy, sessions should have intervened
        After muller went after people for things made up or done years earlier to induce them to compose, sessions should have intervened and unrecused himself
        He is a traitor
        And I would not be surprised if Veissmann was Q

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        • rondonmonson says:

          That would mean he wasn’t recused, he had no idea Rosenstien was going to be basically a part of the coup. But here is where I disagree, Sessions recused on advice from those DOJ Deep State lawyers. and he was advised wrongly, he did not need to recuse himself from a Counter Intelligence level, thereby since it was not Criminal he had no need to have ever recused himself, but once he did he couldn’t step back in.

          The Media was in on the lie, without them printing all the leaked BS Sessions would have never have been asked to recuse, the Media lead the Dem party.

          Muller appointed no one, he used used the Counter Intelligent Ops that were already in place, he was a figurehead.

          There was no predicate for Rosenstien to appoint a Prosecutor.

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          • 6x47 says:

            Imagine how different things would have turned out if Sessions, instead of cowering and apologizing, had taken charge at DOJ like he should have.

            Remember how Devin Nunes took one look at the Crossfire Hurricane “investigation” and then, ashen faced, told the nation about the f’ery afoot at DOJ with the FISA abuse?

            That should have been AG Sessions, months earlier, and he would have immediately suspended all the conspirators and informed the President. Instead, he left it alone (because he was part of the CAMPAIGN, you see, and Crossfire Hurricane was investigating the CAMPAIGN) and let the conspirators have free reign.

            And even after he knew what was going on, Sessions was still too scared to even put the brakes on the rein of terror in SDNY: Perp walks, press releases, and SWAT raids. Barr put a stop to those shenanigans immediately.

            Sessions is entirely to blame for the out of control DOJ. Dereliction of duty, plain and simple.

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  2. pigletrios says:

    I have a really bad feeling about this……somehow he was compromised after the election and neutered himself because of it…and helped pitch the country into a mess they neither understand or need…….my concern is once in congress that “compromise” will come up again and he won’t support the president…………nope………..stay retired sir.

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  3. Technerd says:

    Sessions did not make much of a case for his return to the Senate. I doubt that his opinion on anything would sway a single. If he wants to run on being a supporter of the Trump agenda, he missed his chance to make an impact as AG. His weak tenure in that position did more to stall the agenda than a resistant Congress.

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    • faridrushdi says:

      When I first started selling cars long ago, my sales manager told me, “You can’t hit a home run every at-bat. You need singles & doubles too,” meaning you can’t make the max every time you sold a car. I think the same applies in the Senate. You need the majority to be solid conservatives with a few RINO’s to fill in the edges. If the chamber is a herd of zealots, bad things can happen. It seems every time that the Senate was majority deep-right or deep-left, the voters came in changed the majority. Who thought the Democrats could go from 60 seats to the minority in just a couple of cycles? I’m okay with holding my nose on a few of those folks, even Lisa Murkowski.

      By the way, after a decade of selling cars, I went back to college, got my journalism degree and became a newspaper journalist, making HALF of what I made selling cars, and the degree cost me $50,000 in loans. I guess the old axiom about car salesman being dumb rings true 🙂

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    • Jazcox says:

      I agree, Session is a sweet, nice guy – but, was an incompetent and ineffective AG for Pres. Trump, end of story! As for running for Senate, Trump needs street fighters, Session not it, however, someone like Tommy Tuberville would be!

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      • Jeff says:

        He was woefully inadequate a fighter as AG, agreed. In the Senate, however, he is one of fifty or so, where, if I recall correctly, he was a solid vote on the Constitutional side. He may not fight, but he does support, and we need that, if anything, to counter Murkowski/Collins, etc. He is a vote for border security and controlling illegal immigration, for certain. Maybe he can bring some much needed fiscal conservatism to the Chamber.

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    • individualright says:

      very very very interesting……..could be a private meeting b/n Jeff and Donald…..hmmmm…..

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        ding ding ding, without subcontractor – via old five eyes allies… listening in and inferring anything…

        Alll within perfect timing of outing the whistleblower lawyer, killing the View with Don Jr’s performance, and Dana (met Assange) meeting Barr.

        ITS FREAKING GAME TIME! im sorry you all had to go through this delay. This site helped me stay confident with being informed and holding the cold anger.

        cold anger meaning – we legally will stand and do it as informed citizens.

        ty dana nov 11.

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    • III% says:

      Lol…no not really. Epic game. #1 vs #2. Sometimes it really is about the game 😊

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      • DesertRain says:

        Right. 🙂 These days it seems it’s far too often only about “the political game”… lol..
        OU Sooner fan here so the value of a good ole football game is known and well appreciated.
        Will be watching for sure…

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  4. TheWatcher says:

    Just wonder if Trump’s gonna back him or not? Ideas?

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    • individualright says:

      Of course Trump will back Sessions. Did you not see the smile on his face when talking to Tucker about Trump?

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      • Sherbear61 says:

        Much like Romneys smile?

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          deception is key. im sure this site wants to say more than it does..
          for example, when technofrog pointed out the FBI AGENT notes and editing – the DOJ responded as oops the notes were presented inaccurately and the author is actually oppostive how we referenced it.

          Romney knows his role, and knows he must hide what his group does around the world ( its not illegal its just not our norms). Trump will do as he always does – recruits the enemy and has the continue their mask. Romney is to encourage the coup… i can say this cause i just look like a doofus… most informed sites will not imply that cause people lurking would trust it and adjust their plan.

          but its close to game time, time to openly talk nov 11.
          Chris coons let biden touch his kid

          are you getting the picture?
          public relation firms create perceptions to draw your EYE away from something.. we all were taught of the SCANDAL of joe smelling ADULT women’s hair.. to take our eye off of a man who CANT EVEN STOP HIS ‘interaction with kids’ when he knows ALL CAMERAS are live and on him.

          you have to lie to yourself to let the things you think go , when u see joe do this. its a instintual feeling u get.

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      • Dee Paul Deje says:

        How about this smirk:

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          thank you for this reminder! gahhh i just wish he would of recused himself from the travel ban and hillary… to bad he didnt (sarc) =]

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    • bluenova1971 says:

      POTUS will wait until the primary runs it’s course to back anyone imo

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    • DebbieSemms says:

      Not a chance in hell Trump backs him.

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  5. Sue says:

    As soon as I saw him on Tucker Carlson’s show, I changed the channel. I used to be a supporter of Mr. Sessions but he let me down when he recused himself and left President Trump unprotected. I hope the people of Alabama give another Republican the Senate seat.

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  6. billrla says:

    Old soldiers never die, they just run again.

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  7. ChampagneReady says:

    Jason Chaffetz demanded THREE times Sessions prosecute Bryan Pagliano for blatantly ignoring his subpoenas to appear before his House Oversight Committee. Sessions equally as blatantly ignored Chaffetz all three times. Chaffetz even went in person to tell him that it was illegal for a person to just blow off a duly-authorized subpoena from congress. Sessions told him he was not interested in prosecuting for something that was “old news.”

    Old news my butt ! This was the guy who had set up the secret basement private government operation for Clinton and he was pivotal in the coverup. It is stupefying that Sessions would just flaunt his own House Oversight Committe’s chairman’s insistence that he be prosecuted for thumbing his nose at Jason’s subpoenas.

    Sessions can go pound sand trying to come in the back door again. I hope Alabama tells him he’s not only “old news,” he’s a disgrace.

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    • ladysforest says:

      I agree.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      you dont prosecute a whistleblower.

      its time to know.

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    • MVW says:

      I have no idea what the deep state had on Jeff, but that won’t go away. I pray the RepubliRats have a winning candidate other than back stabbing Jeff.

      I listened to the interview and did not buy Jeff’s excuses. For instance, LOIS LERNER’s felonies committed at the IRS were excused by Jeff.

      However, if Jeff succeeds in winning the primary, then his winning in the general election is necessary.

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  8. Raised on Reagan says:

    From the experience of the first 2-1/2 years of the Trump Administration, here is hoping the voters of Alabama will make the best choice.

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  9. SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

    Sessions compromat and blackmail material from the deep state exposed. Finally we know why they got to him! /s

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  10. Kleen says:

    Sending Sessions to DC is like sending Bo Bergdhal to war.

    He will desert us and get some of us killed.

    Only send fighters to DC. Mean, tough and smart. Someone who can’t wait to crush the Marxists.

    Republicans need to drop the nonsense of electing preacher like candidates. Sweetheart wimps.

    Our number one priority should be sending warriors like Trump to fight the fight of our lifetime.

    Think war. And who would you want fighting next to you in the battlefield.

    Not Sessions. He will get us killed.

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  11. Joemama says:

    I don’t live in Alabama, but I will say it: I trust Sessions.

    I seem to remember that he was the one that appointed Durham, not Barr. Please correct me if I am mistaken.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      I remember he picked Rosenhack, who then offered to wear a wire; appointed Mueller; signed a fraudulent FISA; and protected those going after Trump.

      And while Session appointed Durham to his job as US Attorney in CT, it was Barr who selected him to investigate the Russia origins.

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      • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

        Imagine there was no Mueller goon squad(and no Sessions), you would’ve nothing to rail against but faceless hidden deep state players.
        Strzok and Lisa Page would still do their evil deeds.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          exactly – we would be conspiracy theorist without the REEELS AND REELS of media showing the investigations (now defined as coup and hoaxes).

          literally this site helped us stay informed outside the fake news so we could inform the misled masses. or at least help them see a reasonable alternative to the news people are now questioning.

          without Possum Jeff – there is no Arrogant Coup.

          PS – that tweet by the whistleblower’s lawyer was around since Jan 2017 – yet it took till now to show?? it simply means – Trump knows the media withholds EVERYTHING and he can simply expose at whatever time he wants. he has FULL CONTROL of the timing, so WATCH THE TIMING the same as this SITE watching washington post (INTEL) and New York Time (DOJ FBI) for their current thoughts/plan.

          people flipped once they saw a bigger Threat (Trump), prior to that they all lived in fear and kept their head down.. romney, rosenstein, lindsey ,etc… are not bad guys (LOOK at their networth compared to the bad guys – dianned feinstein – pelosi – biden – obama; hell even Schumer isnt a bad guy just watch – he warned of the CIA just like the Former UN secretary did BEGGIN TO BE SAVED by trump without being CAUGHT asking that)

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          • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

            Controversial but thought provoking post.
            I noticed the Schumer distinction too and how he tries to be out of a lot of discussions.
            And I fully agree on Lindsey, apparently he needs regular golfing with Trump to get confidence and trust while hitting his ghosts over and over(“someone should investigate Biden, I can’t”). I also think he’s not straight and this was used against him early in his career behind the scenes.
            We all know about Trump flying with “Rod” on AF1 and in the end all the excuses why he wasn’t firing him or Sessions and others were rather weak. He did leave in the perfect moment looking back..

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            • WhiteBoard says:

              and of key point… Schumer isnt on the list of DEMS run by the AWAN IT staff…

              https://dailycaller.com/2017/03/09/suspect-in-house-it-security-probe-also-had-access-to-dnc-emails/

              Feinstein was offered her out on what date? (the chinese spy outting).

              Trump can only be one step ahead of the coup for one reason. he has sources inside…

              Dianne Feinstein has the least to lose flipping.. Schumer has the least to lose flipping….. both the most to gain. watch for Harry Reid showing positive comments ( he is the flip on the first china property sell of american land)

              Dana is visiting the WhiteHouse because he cant pass information without being seen publically ? lol – thats the first indicator someone wants people to sweat. sweat – as in, come correct your testimony or flip first. and my guess is clapper already has, brennen believe he doesnt have to… but the UN ambassador (susan powers) wants free of the CIA and has flipped.

              SIDE NOTE : Huma Abedin forwarded emails to YAhoo so the Maid could print… distraction… the point is to check what access point did people sign in to that account prior to us getting tricked into thinking the MAID thing is the focus point. (lindsey passed that on; and my guess is his penance is close to done)

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        • MVW says:

          “you would’ve nothing to rail against but faceless hidden deep state players.”
          Total BS. Completely illogical. Like saying we needed 8 years of Obama, the 9-11 Twin Tower attack, etc.

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      • Joemama says:

        You might be right. I wasn’t aware of all of those things.

        Alternatively, and I admit that this is inconsistent with Occam’s razor, he may have done those things to allow the evil ones to encourage them to incriminate themselves and build a case against them.

        I guess what I am saying is that I don’t subscribe to Occam’s razor in this instance. I believe that Sessions (and Flynn) were a part of something like a sting operation.

        Yes, if I am wrong, I am guilty of falling for a wild conspiracy theory and yet, I don’t think that I am wrong.

        PDJT supporting Sessions in his new political campaign tends to support my theory, at least in my opinion.

        I am definitely sure that I am tired of waiting to find out if I am correct or wrong.

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        • MAJA says:

          I am exhausted. It’s been a tough day for me. Your words as well as White Board give me much hope on a bleak day. I really appreciate the comment above about where we are today vs where we were when President Trump was campaigning. It’s like night and day. The push back against the politically correct mind control is breaking it’s control in the public square. Don Jr’s take down of both whoopi and joy behar was beautiful because it was so well deserved. Spygate, Coup, Hoax, radical left are all in today’s news. The left doesn’t understand that people like me love hearing PDJT speak plainly, honestly, and that he isn’t giving up, they are NOT wearing him down. He is such a strong man, committed to something greater than himself. I just listened to his judiciary speech and he says it like it is in congress, in the judiciary, in our lives as Americans trying to make it in this world. We are blessed. He won’t give up, just like he promised and has consistently delivered.

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    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      What also most people do not understand,(and Sundance certainly should!) Sessions was 100% part of the FISA vs. Team Trump.
      They most probably knew about it the moment Admiral Rodgers told it Trump shortly after the election (“you all are under FISA observation”) Then they set a trap..

      Sessions will be the best advocate for MAGA and Trump in the upcoming Senate. Everything that will be revealed from her on will show that Sessions was and will be the most honorable American in congress since a long time.

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      • ladysforest says:

        Please detail HOW? How would Sessions advocate for MAGA? How exactly?

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        • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

          He already did today if you listened to his interview on Tucker. Calling out all the anti Trumpers in the Senate. I didn’t see anyone else do that yet(maybe Rand..).

          I have no indication why he wouldn’t. Of course if you believe into the conspiracy that he’s an anti-Trump deep stater who tried to subvert Trump then it makes no sense.
          There will be a lot of cognitive dissonance on our side 🙂 I hope Trump clears it up soon.

          Will be good times with Sessions in the Senate.

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      • MBB says:

        and you know this how? If it’s not revealed before sessions runs for office, I don’t see how anyone in his state could trust him

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    • California Joe says:

      Wrong! Sessions merely appointed Durham as US Attorney for Connecticut which was in reality a President Trump appointment. It was AG Barr who assigned Durham to investigate the attempt to frame President Trump. Under Sessions all that Durham did was what every other US Attorney in the country did like catching tax cheats and bank robbers!

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      • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

        “Mr. Durham has served as the interim U.S. Attorney since October 28, 2017, after U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions signed an order appointing him to the position. President Donald Trump nominated Mr. Durham to serve as U.S. Attorney on November 1, 2017, and the U.S. Senate confirmed his nomination on February 16, 2018.”
        https://www.justice.gov/usao-ct/pr/john-h-durham-sworn-united-states-attorney

        Oh sure,.. all just coincidence that Sessions appoints THE anti-gov corruption prosecutor.
        Total coincidence that he appoints Huber to collect the evidence who then hands it over to Durham. All happenstance.
        Team Trump just stumbled through this mess.. gee how lucky.

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      • California Joe, you write, “Under Sessions all that Durham did was what every other US Attorney in the country did like catching tax cheats and bank robbers!” That’s not at all correct. In October of 2018, months before Bill Barr was appointed in February, of 2019, this is some of what John Durham was doing:

        “Former FBI general counsel James Baker is under criminal investigation for unauthorized leaks to the media.

        The development was made public in a letter sent Tuesday to the office of U.S. Attorney John Durham for the District of Connecticut by Republican Reps. Jim Jordan of Ohio and Mark Meadows of North Carolina.

        In the letter, the two lawmakers cite the transcript of a congressional interview with Baker and his lawyer in October. “You may or may not know, [Baker has] been the subject of a leak investigation … a criminal leak investigation that’s still active at the Justice Department,” lawyer Daniel Levin told lawmakers, according to the transcript cited by Jordan and Meadows.

        Levin then declined to answer any more questions about conversations Baker had with reporters. “As we continue our oversight and investigative work, we felt it prudent to write to you seeking an update. Without being apprised of the contours of your leak investigation and Baker’s role, we run the risk of inadvertently interfering with your prosecutorial plans,” Jordan and Meadows wrote.

        John Durham, under the direction of Jeff Sessions, was investigating media leaks made by the FBI/DOJ ‘small group.’ Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired for lying to federal investigators about his role in an unauthorized media leak pertaining to the Clinton Foundation

        https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/former-top-fbi-lawyer-james-baker-under-criminal-investigation-for-media-leaks

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Sessions tasked Huber with an investigation. Barr tasked Durham with an investigation.

      Presidents appoint U.S. Attorneys. Obama appointed Huber and Trump reappointed him. Trump appointed Durham.

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    • rustybritches says:

      Sorry it was not Durham that was hired by sessions it was Huber from Utah and he did nothing before or after sessions left the AG office Sessions cant be trusted and just because he is now saying how much he is behind the President Stop believing that little traitor he stabbed the President more than once and then said that if the President Fired Rosenstein he would quit that day too and finally when the President was able to gave sessions the boot and He was able to put someone else in the job that was at least honest Sad little man needs to stay home..

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  12. GB Bari says:

    The only man who ever lived on this Earth in whom I have complete faith and trust despite never witnessing anything he did with my own eyes is our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. And even He had a lot of reports written about his activities (The Bible)

    As for Jeff Sessions and everyone else, consider me from Missouri. Show proof you did good things and weren’t deceiving us.

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  13. hawkins6 says:

    Jeff should make a cogent case for his recusal (read out the actual rules etc) and convince voters why he didn’t inform his boss before he did it. But even if he had told Trump and been replaced or refused to recuse himself, the powerful Deep State incumbents were already deep into their Coup plot. They would have just used alternate methods with the MSM’s assistance. It didn’t end after Mueller folded and even A/G Barr can’t stop a Dem House from “impeaching.” Their bag of dirty tricks is bottomless.

    Much or all of the “outsider” Trump admin seemed to be (in hindsight,) either too unsuspecting or too unprepared when they took over the WH and the Obama admin was doing everything it could in secret to scuttle it and not help or co-operate as BHO falsely claimed. Even Gen Flynn was duped by conniving Comey, McCabe and Strzok and his misguided trust cost Trump his NS Adviser not Jeff.
    Jeff recused himself and handed over Russia related matters to Trump’s chosen appointee Rod Rosenstein so Jeff can’t be blamed for him. He didn’t appoint him and he likely never imagined he would make a Special Counsel appointment. Papadopolous and Page were being set up by spies but they were both suspicious at least and only George was indicted for lying for “misrembering.” (I’m not sure if he was fooled not to have a lawyer present so “he didn’t look guilty” or his lawyer misled him). Bannon is not stupid but what caused him to trust that shyster reporter that wrote the Trashy book about the WH. The early days of the Trump WH were perilous times and it was not unexpected given the lack of “swamp insider” support, the steep learning curves and the staff changes it took over the last few years to stabilize things somewhat. Jeff deserves a chance to make his case for the Senate and the Jeff on Tucker would be positive for P Trump–if forgiveness reigns.

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    • ladysforest says:

      Handed over. Yes, yes – he did.
      Trump had very few to trust. And he was let down.
      He had few to appoint, and those were based on the advise of the few he trusted – like Sessions.
      Trump was handed over. To be set up for a coup.

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  14. huecowacko says:

    At 3:00, he ignores the fact his recusal was based on bad advice from Obama DOJ lawyers and that he recited the wrong laws(per Andy McCarthy and Gregg Jarrett)supposedly requiring his recusal. Has he already forgotten this? He’s weak, he doesn’t deserve a second chance.

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    • cboldt says:

      FWIW, those are the correct regulations. McCarthy and Jarret’s basic point is there is no such thing as “recusal” from a counterintelligence investigation. That is true. Recusal only attaches to criminal investigation.
      Likewise, SC only attaches to criminal investigation, and as far as the public has been told, there was no criminal predicate for the appointment of Mueller.
      The government is flat out, out of control.
      That said, if the government DID have an interest in appearing legitimate, impartial and fair, the it is correct that Sessions should not be investigating the campaign he was part of. It would be like Podesta being in charge of investigating the Clinton campaign for colluding with the Ukraine to get dirt on Trump.
      Not that the Mueller investigation should enjoy the stamp of being unbiased. I am only pointing out the principles involved – recognizing that principles are out the window and we are in brute force, lies all the time territory.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      or he played the part of the coups plan to determine how FAR this GOES, and WHO ALL is involved. YOU DRAIN THE SWAMP by knowing WHO ALL IS PART OF IT.. not by cutting the head off the first horse thief.

      Watch how Trump approaches Sessions’s run and you will see.
      remember the first election fraud case (WITH RUSSIAN COLLUSION THAT THE DEMOCRATS APOLIGIZED FOR ) was the special election in alabama.. it almost was the place where we learned of who was lawfare with the fake yearbook scam.

      probing the lines worked. the entire operation is mapped and in CLEAR public now. this is when the war starts. Look for Nov 11. being a new year.

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  15. History Teaches says:

    This is very upsetting. To me it seems like selfishness and/or boredom away from the swamp. Or trying to rehabilitate his image?

    He’s ‘been there, some that’ for decades. Finally had a chance for a major elevation in power and status and was mostly a dud.

    Like Romney, they had long careers comfortably ensconced in the swamp. And fell ungloriously from their respective heights. Sessions as AG, Romney as Presidential candidate. Romney already made his move. Probably to score points from the swamp elite for hindering the President.

    Is Sessions following the same script?

    And if so, who encouraged him, promotes him and supports him? And at what price?

    It sure seems his ego is large, and he isn’t as ‘sleepy’ as portrayed.

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    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      “and he isn’t as ‘sleepy’ as portrayed.”
      Right! What was the elf doing all the time? 🙂
      hmmm who started the leak task force? hmmm who appointed Durham? hmmmm who Appointed Huber to collect what Durham uses now?

      Let’s not talk about all the historic large scale anti-pedo measures and litigation for the Trump immigration agenda..

      Oh boy,.. some people will have a lot of catch up to do(and slurs to atone for)

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    • ann says:

      You are right, It is weird. 💡

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      I think Sessions knows full well his reputation with most thinking people on the right is wretched after his disastrous AG tenure. He flushed decades of quiet service in the Senate down the drain, almost single-handedly derailing the president’s administration and by extension handing the Democrats enough fodder to win the House in 2018.

      This run seems to be two things. One, I am sure the Republican establishment asked him to run again in Alabama. He’s clearly an easily controlled pawn of the Deep State and will play whatever role they assign him. Secondly, Sessions must think he can rehab his image with conservatives by being a vocal supporter for President Trump in the Senate.

      I judge men by their actions and deeds, not their words. Everything Sessions has done since Donald Trump was elected president tells me not to trust him. He’s an agent of the Uniparty and works to strengthen their iron grip on DC.

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  16. BitterC says:

    Good for him. We need more pro-Trump senators with honor, integrity & conservative values

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    • JeffP says:

      LMAO you are Not serious right?? Sessions is a deep state turd 100% that needs to stay Flushed!

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      • BitterC says:

        Back in 2011, the indomitable Peter Schweizer published Throw Them All Out, a detailed examination of political corruption as it is actually practiced in the halls of Congress.

        In his investigation, Schweizer found one single member of Congress against whom no allegations could be held – who had never taken a dime that was not his, had never cut any backroom deals, had never, simply put, played the game.

        That individual was Jeff Sessions.
        https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/03/sessions_makes_his_move.html

        Call him what you like. DeepState he is not

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      • Bgilkerson says:

        I am serious……….Sessions was solid as a senator. Right now we have a freekin liberal in his former seat. He can make a case and I will listen. Don’t think many are aware of the Obama holdover full court press on him to recuse.

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  17. Kleen says:

    Too old!

    He is no match to the deep state. ( proven)
    They will eat him alive. Too weak, too innocent. Maybe even senile.

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  18. apfelcobbler says:

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  19. CountryDoc says:

    He has already caused too much chaos

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  20. CountryDoc says:

    He has already caused too much chaos

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  21. SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

    Oh look all the right people up in arms:
    Bradley Byrne (running for AL Senate)
    “By midday, both U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne, R-Mobile and Ala. Gov. Robert Bentley said they would not be voting for the Republican nominee. ”

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  22. Ventura Highway says:

    I’m gonna go against the grain. Sessions did a ton of good on Human trafficking. I’m gonna let this play out before I pass judgement.

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  23. Kleen says:

    Even if, he is honest, decent etc
    He is too nice and naive to be our warrior in DC
    He had his chance to fight for our country. Yet he was AWOL
    He is not war material. He should go teach Sunday Class or something like that.

    Being sweet is not a characteristic we should look for in our elected officials.
    Trust only goes so far in a battle.

    Trust is not enough. It takes a lot more than being nice and trustworthy to fight the swamp. He failed terribly when he had his chance.

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    • ladysforest says:

      True.

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    • ann says:

      Ineffective. A smidgeon of common sense should have told him he was walking into a snake pit. An outsider, should have come in with an independent, fire walled dedicated team of recruits.

      Bunch of dirty cprosecutors corralled Jeff & He folded.,. Even Stood up for the damn backstabbing Bureau: “tip top finest in the world”. The disconnect with reality was insulting. , Old fool.

      Makes me mad. I live in a sanctuary city, and had hope for a dynamic pushback.
      He did NOTHING to stop all the court rulings post election. the DNC Oprn borders legal industry built momentum and ratified precedents.

      Sessions begged for AG, POTUS didn’t think it was a good fit.

      POTUS was right. He Should have said no.

      Rant over. 🤺. I’m bitter w that man. How could he just sit there? The whole thing was BS, and he looked like a truck hit him when the Unipartty trotted out the Russia Hoax.
      . 🇺🇸

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    • mikeyboo says:

      “He failed terribly when he had his chance.”
      Boy Howdy!!!!

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  24. LKAinLA says:

    Everyone remember when Sessions declined to prosecute Lois Lerner?

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  25. individualright says:

    so you Trump supporters actually believe a stable genius hired a backstabber

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  26. Landslide says:

    In the video footage used during Tucker’s interview, there is a shot of PDJT sitting at a conference table with Jeff Sessions and……Pam Bondi. I had a momentary flash of a thought that they were both coming back in because some others are getting ready to be indicted/arrested/resign/otherwise depart. (That means they would be trusted by our President) Have no idea——just voicing a thought.

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  27. Tiffthis says:

    So much no. Send him back to the crypt with mueller

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  28. CNN_sucks says:

    Hell no. We are still experiencing the effect of his recusal. Please, retire Sessions. You are not wanted.

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  29. individualright says:

    My guess is that Sessions will come back to Senate after Trump endorses him for the win. He will then be appointed a committee chair to conduct further investigations in public hearings.

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    • Hanuman says:

      Do you get seniority back if you come back as junior Senator? To be appointment Committee Chair?

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        “seniority confers several benefits, including preference in the choice of committee assignments and physical offices. When senators have been in office for the same length of time, a number of tiebreakers, including previous offices held, are used to determine seniority. “

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    • Masterman says:

      It’s Mcturtle who decides the committee chairs. And Mcturtle is not President Trump’s ally. If he appoints Sessions then Sessions will be there to be sleepy like Lindsey Graham. Don’t expect the Senate to ever be on our side.

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  30. mylabs5 says:

    So reading through most of the posts, I just want to add that it’s up to the people of Alabama whether or not they want Sessions back as Senator. He is beloved in Alabama. We will see.

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  31. rjones99 says:

    Traitor until proven otherwise.

    Response on Ukraine suggests traitor since that effort is obviously hogwash.

    Been there too long and too many swamp friends.

    Looks like another Mitt Romney waiting to be made.

    Jones is preferable to putting that yellow belly garbage back in the Senate.

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  32. coolmamie says:

    The only way to be sure a Republican wins in Alabama is for Trump to ENDORSE Sessions.

    When (and if) the CIA, FBI, DOJ conspiracy comes to light, Trump would have the perfect excuse to do so. They were both victims of the same Obama corruption.

    Should be easier than endorsing Romney.

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  33. NJMAGA says:

    The Alabama possum as Howie called him. He played dead while they crucified POTUS.

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  34. Magabearp0 says:

    Question is, do the other people running in the primary step aside for Sessions or are they gonna make him work for that nomination?

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  35. evergreen says:

    Here’s why Sessions ought not run.

    He either failed Trump miserably or he followed Trump’s plan perfectly. In either scenario, he “sold” his acts accordingly. Meaning, Trump supporters believe one or the other with no way of truly discerning which is the correct belief. Ergo, Sessions is damaged goods from the trust standpoint. 50% odds that he may be the golden boy. But, we need 100% of MAGA and MAGA-lite supporters on board; splitting the vote is not going to win Alabama for the GOP.

    Thus, another strong republican must run in his stead, and Sessions, by entering the race, becomes a destabilizing factor because of the above reality. That’s hubris.

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  36. BitchyPants says:

    And Just Like That – The Sessions Haters Out In Full Force
    It is so exhausting to see such hate for Jeff Sessions (I thought it was over – but now OMG)
    here it begins again – at least the Fox News Haters will have something new/old to bitch about day after day after day…..

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    • MVW says:

      No doubt you will be also making excuses for Romney.

      All of the Jeff apologists who slunk away are back in full force blowing smoke for Jeff.

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      • lolli says:

        MVW,
        Yep, it’s the “trust the plan” team.

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      • MR52 says:

        Yea, nice argument Session supporter = Romney supporter. Just shows how clueless you are in understanding why Session supports still are. Go back on cspan and see what good stuff you find on Session. Look, if Session is as bad as you all make him out to be, Trump is just plain stupid for picking him and keep him around for so long. Keep attacking Session and you are attacking Trump’s judgement, too. I do think Trump has made many poor judgement calls. So far the argument is “what Session has not done”, than what he has. If he gets reelected and you still want to paint him bad, go for it, but it is not a wise move to keep belly aching about it since you do not know all the backroom details. I blame Trump for his bad choices and key choices of Kelly and Mattis are biting him big time right now, not Session. Bolton was a very bad choice. I don’t see Session as a GOP globalist hack.

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  37. Dim Osmab says:

    Michael Flynn is still paying for his recusal, and by the way recusal rules don’t apply to counteritel cases, so he was fooled by “ethics officials”

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    • cboldt says:

      Being in the government, he thought the institutions were by and large on the up and up, with pockets of scum.
      Fact is, the government is by and large scum. I have my doubts there are any substantial pockets of up and up.
      Congress is incapable of fixing the mess it created and nurtures. The system is septic.

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    • MR52 says:

      Michael Flynn is paying for his ego. He thought he was bigger than this and could get out of it. Dirty political got the best of him. Did Session tell him to pick his law firm to represent him? Bad decision by Flynn. Powell has to dig him out of the hole he dug for him self. If it comes back that Session told him to Covington & Burling LLP then I will agree with your statement.

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  38. blastemtrooper says:

    I will happily vote for him in both the primary and the general election! Jeff makes such a good point in he has steadfastly refused to badmouth President Trump despite Trump bashing him as basically his only mistake (and Sessions would have been a good peacetime AG, unfortunately for him it is currently Wartime), also he has been against endless wars for years, and has always been for strong borders! Unlike half of R senators he has been a reliable Conservative vote.

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  39. Blasater says:

    So he can stab Trump in the back a few more times?

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  40. Mayo says:

    BREAKING: In his campaign announcement for U.S. Senate, Jeff Sessions says “When President Trump took on Washington, only one Senator … had the courage to stand with him: me. I was the first to support President Trump. I was his strongest advocate. I still am.” – Politico

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  41. butch cassidy says:

    To me the question is does Trump endorse him. That is where Sessions fate lies.

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  42. Mike in a Truck says:

    PDJT said that his biggest mistake was Jeff!. Now Jeff! wants to rejoin the “Perfumed Princes” in the Senate. Not my call cause I cant vote for him but I wouldn’t if I could. I now consider him in the same light as Eric Holder ( AKA The Gunwalker) both are distasteful.

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  43. warrenjay13 says:

    Session sounds sincere….the swamp set up him up like all the others.

    I would vote for him….Mr. Magoo was a good guy.

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  44. CNN_sucks says:

    Sessions is acting like the godfather of bureacrats. He is part of the problem why we are here today. He swept all the irregularities and criminality of the bureacrats. He cares more of them than serving the will of the people. What an awful man.

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  45. nuwildcat1977 says:

    I think that we would be better off to have Mr Sessions retire and enjoy the rest of his life. We need young, dynamic blood—not more of the same old, same old. I wish him well.

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  46. StanH says:

    The most important thing to me, he will win. He screwed the pooch with his recusal and my guess he knows it. We know that our Great President Trump made it crystal clear. He made the era in judgment that the DOJ was about justice. This is a long game folks and Doug Jones needs to be sent home. Let’s see what President Trump says.

    “My 80% friend is not my 20% enemy.”

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  47. Catherine says:

    Jeff Sessions is an honorable man, and I hope he and the President are able to mend fences. We need more Trump supporters in the Senate.

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  48. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Support whomever in the primary; vote for the winner in the general. Unless you’re a phony.

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  49. Zippy says:

    So, are there any actual Republicans to run against him?

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