Jeff Sessions Wonders if There Was Sufficient Evidence for Trump-Russia Investigation…

Well, this would have been a good question for Jeff Sessions to ponder three years ago, before he recused himself….

During an interview this morning with Maria Bartiromo, former Attorney General Jeff Sessions wonders now if there was ever a sufficient predicate for the Mueller investigation to begin.  [Video prompted to 03:00 – WATCH]

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447 Responses to Jeff Sessions Wonders if There Was Sufficient Evidence for Trump-Russia Investigation…

  1. Jeff Sessions is a duplicitous weasel. The sooner he leaves politics and public office, the better.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      That would describe most politicians.

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      • True enough. The electoral system is designed to grant victory to the most skilled liar in every race. That’s how they build their “Big Tents”… with lies.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          They have spent decades of building their system of American government. Their system no longer works for the American people. Congress regulates themselves, including changes to the US Constitution. The people who are broken cannot be expected to make the necessary changes to restore our government.

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          • free1 says:

            The only way for people to get control back is by making sure they have a new candidate every 2 terms and that means everyone. Actually the Senate should maybe be only 1 term as they are in there for 6 yrs. And for God’s sake someone get somebody else to run against McConnell & Graham. That will cause a cleaner government and make it harder to build such corruption/cabal.

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            • bertdilbert says:

              Too many people are brainwashed into thinking term limits are the answer. Should Jim Jordan be term limited?

              Let’s say everyone gets one term. You would have to make all your money in one term. Since you don’t have to worry about reelection…. K street will still be paying and will arrange a good paying job that you will need at the end of your term.

              Nobody realty thinks this stuff out. Term limits does not change the money and it is money that is the problem here.

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              • Elle says:

                You make a good point and it is the money that needs to be addressed. As noted previously, too many of our politicians are just paid lobbyists for their paymasters. In an increasingly global society, it needs to be accomplished that all donations are proportional to the actual number of voters the donations represent. A corporation that employs 5 people living in the state should be allowed only to donate based on the 5 people they employ. A Corp with 1000 employees LIVING in the state can have more sway. I’ll leave the algorithms to the experts.

                People should not be allowed to fund politicians outside their districts. Period. Yeah. That’l happen. That said term limits are needed. Too many long term politicians morph to believe they are entitled to feed at the trough. Absolute power and all that. Will we lose a few good ones? Sure. But the honest ones will do the job and move on. Shake it up like the military. Up and out.

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              • free1 says:

                Well money is always going to be a treat for them but my biggest concern are the policies K-Street and lobbyist put forth for Congress. If you keep electing good conservative representatives they won’t get to form that cabal that is expanded throughout DC. At least it would make it harder to get certain stupid policies and pork stuck in a lot of those bills. K-street would have a harder time. It may even get to where the actual Politicians will start doing the legislation themselves and slowly ween out K-street.

                At least it is worth a try because look what we have now. Do we really want to continue with this pattern? I think we really have to start thinking about how we have helped create this problem by letting them stay in there and get addicted to money and power.

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            • dilonsfo says:

              I am not sure about Lindsey. My hatred for that man runnth over but on the other hand he is a do nothing so he really just votes as told. He is incapable of thinking and sure doesn’t want to work…so in a way he is a harmless voter. I watched him in the Presidential debates and noticed he is incapable of independent thought. Talking points only for that man. Without that pig McCain to lead him around he is lost. I am really torn.

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              • lady4trump says:

                Lindsey Graham is a permanent fixture on Sean Hannity’s show and he lies each and every time about all the things he’s going to investigate.
                Meanwhile, he does NONE OF IT! Hannity can’t bother himself to look to see if Graham has done any of the things he promised to do, so watch Hannity and any other show Graham is on is a total waste of time. Graham is just a blatant liar!

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            • InAz says:

              The corrupt Republicans use a splitter strategy to keep good America first people who run for office from winning.
              And the vile Commie Dems pay people to vote for a certain candidate.
              The Uniparty works together to keep good people out of office.

              Sundance has written about this strategy.

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            • ezgoer says:

              Without Graham there is no confirmed Justice Kavanaugh. He gets re-elected for that alone. Even if he is duplicitous weasel on most other MAGA issues.

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              • Issy says:

                I don’t think that is true. The republicans had the majority and could have voted it out of committee or he could have sent it directly to the floor for a vote. Mitch wanted it, and it would be done. His impassioned speech gave him the chance to shine and impress the folks back home.

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            • sturmudgeon says:

              free1… actually, not the ‘only’ way… almost all control would be retained by “the people” if the same laws and penalties are again applied to those in any position in Government.

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          • You got that right, Bert. The members of Congress and the various sectors of the Federal Bureaucracy lack the integrity to admit when they screw up. As such, they do not have the ability to regulate themselves. THAT duty now falls to the electorate, but WE are not being properly informed by an unbiased “4th Estate”

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          • Child of Morning says:

            The system no longer works for the American people but it relies on the American people to take on enormous debt in their children’s name. This is the play – I build my castle now with money you promise to pay off – when things go off the rails I pull up the draw bridge until enough of you die from disease and starvation.

            I have been waiting for a movement to gather steam behind the idea of defaulting on 100% of US debt. I am convinced that this is the root of corruption In our government.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      Sessions said Barr is questioning the predicate.

      Sessions did the move to not dirty up the results.

      his act made it easier to accumulate crimes unpardonable by obama as WE ARE SURE HE DID ON HIS LAST DAY

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      • Sessions dodged out on his resposibilities as AG under the pretense of avoiding a “Conflict of Interest”

        His ONLY POSSIBLE conflict was in matters related to HIS role as part of the Trump campaign, NOT in regards to every aspect Mueller “investigated” or Comey’s exoneration of HRC, and every OTHER thing he COULD have prosecuted (FISA gate, SPY gate, etc)

        He’s a snake who doesn’t deserve a “Pass” under the pretense of paving the way for future prosecutions that Barr won’t ever pursue.

        They’re just trying to run out the clock until Dems get control of EVERYTHING and sweep it all under the carpet.

        Hillary walks
        Comey walks
        McCabe walks
        Rosenstein walks
        Strzok walks
        Page walks
        etc
        etc
        etc

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          i want you to just hear me out..

          the difference between Sessions recusing or staying is ARRESTS versus TREASON.

          by him allowing the coup verus staying in power and the coup running behind his back….. he protected this country from what Treason arrests would bring.

          this way everything is controlled. arrests will happen. and life goes on. we have just reached the obama needs to be interviewed stage.. it took this long to get him out.

          we have 50% of the country MOCK”ING BIRDED in the streets MILLIONS walking ready to be mowed down like las vegas or laid out like boston marathon… alll helpless vicitms dangled as threats.. we protect all citizens even the ones blinded.
          your thoughts?

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          • G. Alistar says:

            Maybe….but regarding Jeff Sessions, it’s like Dad always said back on the farm, “too late to close the barn door after all the cows are out.” I’m with Sundance on this, where were you three years ago Jeff? Sleeping at the wheel? Sheeesh!

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          • Only IF Jeff Sessions knew he was one of the targets of mysterious FIB Cross DoubleCross surveillances and recused leaving President Trump plausible deniability.
            If = the biggest little word I know. I would love it IF theories like yours of the crafty clandestine coup-fighters stand the test of time!

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          • That’s an interesting approach, but I disagree on 2 points.

            IF Sessions had exercised his authority instead of recusing, the truth would have been revealed sooner and less damage would have been done (NO long, drawn out Mueller scam OR fake impeachment process)

            AND

            We will NEVER see Obama aggressively deposed for HIS role because Barr will never pursue it, and neither will the House or Senate. They’re ALL trying to tamp this down, and no one will risk prosecuting anyone who COULD “flip” and dish out REAL damaging testimony about what Obama knew and/or ordered to be done. He is surrounded by layer after layer of coconspirators who act as firewalls between him and justice.

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          • Issy says:

            I don’t buy that at all.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          and muelles operation was only to TRY and make the ALREADY DOCUMENT STEALING look legally obtained.

          Mueller didnt bring anything NEW to the TABLE – all that info was ALREADY STOLEN.

          please see this

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          • sturmudgeon says:

            WE hope that Barr will do what he is supposed to do… but I keep coming back to the fact that he is “good friends” with that Mueller piece of s***.

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        • Tatiana Shariff says:

          he is a snake….for sure.

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    • MJJ says:

      The Honorable Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, Career as a Senator was one of Dedicated Public Service under Constant Criticism by Competitors, Colleagues and Counter Radical Cultural Pluralists.

      Still, Sessions as Attorney General Oversight was tainted and silenced, and seen as a failure only exceeded as American Industries, Trade and Jobs also went away during Sessions Public Service from 1997-2017. Sessions was “Too Little & Too Late”, even being the First to endorsed Candidate Trump.

      But Sessions Career was exported, aborted and time ended in Washington D.C. as Spilled Milk left on the ground of absence by exclusion! So Little Done And So Much More To Do But Unlikely For Jeff!

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      • Looking back on it, I now view Sessions’ early endorsement as a ploy to get access to Donald Trumo so that Jeff could work from within to undermine any effort to go after the Obama/Hillary cronies

        I’m also (now) wondering if Trump was warned to “Back Off” from pursuing HRC, hence his Nov ’16 comment that he “had no interest in prosecuting her” (Schumer may not have been the first to warn him that the Intelligence Community had numerous ways to attack him)

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    • muskea says:

      YOU ARE QUITE WRONG ABOUT JEFF SESSIONS……..HE WAS SET UP JUST LIKE FLYNN…………..HE IS A RIGHTEOUS MAN AND THE LORD WILL RESTORE HIM AND HE WILL BE SENATOR OF ALABAMA ONCE AGAIN………HE HAS FOUGHT, MOST TIME ALONE, AGAINST UNLAWFUL IMMIGRATION AND HAS NEVER SAID ONE THING AGAINST TRUMP IN SPITE OF TRUMPS TIRADES AGAINST HIM……HE WAS THE FIRST TO PUT THE ‘RED HAT’ ON. HIS GREATEST FLAW IS TAKING A MAN FOR HIS WORD AND THE CABAL KNEW THIS AND THEY SET HIM UP (ROD R. ETC.) HE WILL BE RESTORED FOR HE IS AN HONORABLE MAN……………HIDE AND WATCH……..BETTER YET………..FEAR THE LORD, FOR THE LORD IS WITH THIS MAN……………

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      • Tatiana Shariff says:

        We hope not….hope that for once the people see the truth, He was a weasel to resign and then let the flood gates open. He was a useless AG. Hope he does not get re elected and the people are not that stupid.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Uhhh….no.
        I realize the Ozero Resistance Coup Cabal tried “setting up” AG Sessions by deliberately misconstruing the perfectly legitimate brief conversation he had with a Russian diplomat, but that was soooo obviously a sophomoric-level and blatantly obvious attempt at entrapment by the coupsters.

        Sessions should have had more spine and told them to take a long walk off a short pier with their accusations.
        Instead he let a grade school level accusation scare him away from doing his sworn duty.

        UNLESS….they had something far more sinister as leverage over him. Which no one has yet suggested with any specifics.

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        • sturmudgeon says:

          And if there was that ‘leverage’… why would we want him back? The ‘leverage’ didn’t go away, did it?

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          • GB Bari says:

            Until someone credible comes forth with evidence that Sessions had no choice, I’m staying with what posted.
            I avoid “what ifs” until the scenario becomes likely or imminent.

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      • George 1 says:

        Muskea. Sessions had his chance to be a real American hero. He chose poorly. As far as his stands on reducing immigration, like most weasel Republicans he talked out of both sides of his mouth. He would say we need to secure the Border while voting to increase H Visas.

        Easy to speak like a patriot on immigration when you know nothing will actually get done.

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    • Tatiana Shariff says:

      I DON’T WANT to hear another word from this loser. When he should have spoken up he hid under his desk. How he has the nerve to run again for senate takes cajones. He misses the money and the perks. Nobody cares what he thinks so he needs to shut his pie hole.

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    • jonsie says:

      You are being too kind, or maybe just too polite. He deserves much worse, some really profane expletives. He clearly was a deep-state plant, or else he is totally stupid. I cannot believe he has the guts to again run for office. I will be shocked if the electorate gives him a win–but, then, they voted Obummer into the Presidency twice!

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      • Well, my condemnation of Jeff Sessions seems to have upset some of our fellow Treepers, but I stand by assessment of his stint as AG. It’s hard to believe that anyone who had such a long Senatorial career is as totally feckless as he seemed at the AG job, so I can only assume his motives were nefarious

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  2. KMD says:

    Questions, to all the Jeff Sessions bashers, who incidentally, enjoy the luxury of armchair QB-ing his motives, after over 3+ years of hindsight, which has been systematically unraveled by our beloved Sundance…

    IF Jeff Sessions was a plant, or a traitor, or whatever… why was Priority #1 of the ‘deep state evil coup plotters’ at the time to get him to recuse himself?

    If Jeff Sessions was a plant, traitor, or whatever….why didn’t (((they))) just keep him installed as AG? Wouldn’t THAT have been soooooo much easier???

    IF Jeff Sessions had actually attempted to take (((them))) down, at that time, nearly single handed, without first having cleaned his own house of traitors…how do you sharp tongued critics feel it would have panned out???

    Do y’all honestly believe that Jeff Sessions could have prevailed to uncover and impose justice upon the most heinous plot against a sitting President in the history of our country? One that has tentacles that, at the time, reached into every corner of the government bureaucracy AND the fakestream media???

    For goodness sakes, people…

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    • starfcker says:

      Yeah you’re right. We are better off since he ran and hid instead of fighting. Please.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        You are — you just dont see it yet

        there were RIOTS in the streets (mockingbird in full effect rousing up useful idiot)

        Sessions single handedly neutralized the civil war end of this country .. the amount of violence that would have occured could never of been undone

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        • Deb says:

          What exactly did Sessions do you stop the violence?

          He was a failure as Attorney General. The Russia hoax and impeachment farce have taken up valuable time and energy that we need for the real battles. Sessions is in part to blame for that. He’s a failure.

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      • Tatiana Shariff says:

        he allowed Rod Rosenstein to be appointed and the whole thing went to hell in a hand basket after that cowardly move.

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    • lolli says:

      I want what you’re smoking.
      I could also pretend PT never said Jeff Sessions was his biggest mistake.
      Or that Jeff Sessions would accept no other position. Why not DHS? Hmm?
      Why would he only accept AG?
      Or that Jeff Sessions recused himself immediately and never discussed it with PT
      Or that Jeff Sessions let Lois Lerner walk away after admitting targeting tea party citizens.
      Or that Jeff Sessions turned a blind eye to ALL the legal infractions of the fbi and doj while he sat and had dinner with Rosie and smiled for the camera.
      Just exactly what did Sessions do other than allow a coup to happen right under his nose and was supportive of Rosie and mueller.
      I just can not comprehend your thinking.
      IMO, Sessions is a traitor.

      Maybe you just forgot the S tag. ?

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      • mimbler says:

        Yes, and the reason they wanted him to recuse himself was to muddy the water when people would invariably wonder why nothing was being done. If he hadn’t recused, he would have been in the hot seat for all the tough questions as to why nothing was being done.

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        • mimbler says:

          As well as that really being the basis of Mueller being appointed IMO.

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        • lolli says:

          nimbler,
          And that’s why no other position would do.
          Let’s pretend he got “tricked” into recusal….if that was true, he would have stepped down at the same exact moment. Not sit and cover for Rosie and mueller.
          IMO, all by design.
          I believe Jeff is named on that insurance policy myself and, IMO, goes back to Ursnium 1 for Jeffrey. I would bet a 12 pack of t.p.his name is on U1. 😉

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          • mimbler says:

            I agree Lolli,

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          • richard verney says:

            But didn’t he offer to resign? On 6th June 2017, both the NYT and Washington Post published articles in which they claimed that he had offered to resign shortly after Mueller was appointed. Are these articles one of their many fake stories?

            I recall having read that he offered to resign but PDJT did not accept that. If that is correct, some of the blame that you are levelling against him is not that compelling.

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      • Kaco says:

        All of your points are correct!

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      • Kristin DeBacco says:

        I agree Lolli.

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      • Tatiana Shariff says:

        correct!

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      • KMD says:

        lolli,
        how convenient to sidestep addressing questions, in favor of resorting to a ‘pot smoker’ smear. Classy…

        how convenient if you to ignore how PT often LIES to your face about both his friends AND his enemies, in order to keep his TRUE enemies off balance. Just look at all the praise he has heaped on Chi-Panda. Do you honestly believe that PT is being honest? If not, why are his words regarding JS any more or less truthful???

        how convenient to ASSUME that JS has done nothing behind the scenes, when in point of fact, you wouldn’t know if he did, either way. Because the ‘news’ hasn’t reported it, or Sundance hasn’t spoon-fed it to you, you then deduce it MUST be true???

        Not much in the way of critical thinking. Sounds more like “pretending not to know stuff”…

        -with respect-

        “If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn’t thinking”
        -Gen. George S. Patton

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          Calling President Trump a liar is unfair, and just plain wrong. When he says things like, “He’s a great leader,” or “We have a great relationship,” he is carefully choosing his words for maximum impact. One must appreciate the context.

          While I can’t go so far as to call Sessions “evil,” or a “traitor,” it’s certainly obvious there is something really wrong with the guy. At the very least, he is self-unaware on a GREAT scale.

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    • Gadsden says:

      3 + years of this and you still can’t even comprehend the battlefield? And you are on one of the primary websites responsible for exposing the whole corrupt affair? Either you are senile, mentally deficient, a never trumper, or you find being on the losing side comforting – like a warm blanket. The latter is possible I suppose – some people don’t have the fortitude to seek victory and cannot stomach the fight necessary to achieve it. In any case you are on the wrong website – perhaps seek out Ben Shapiro or Michael Medved?

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      • Mary Van Deusen says:

        I’m sorry. That type of comment is so inappropriate. People have the right to opinions different from your own without having to be personally insulted. Just make your disagreement known without insulting another human being.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      yes !!
      Most of the perps and coup plotters are in DC. Comey only moved people to DC who were corrupt. Even a rank amateur was required to appoint someone outside the DOJ/FBI DC politically corrupt cesspool.
      So why did sessions pick ‘huber’ of all possible investigators, to investigate the FBI’s surveillance of Carter Page and connections between the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One? Huber, a coverup artist who apparently did not subpoena anyone, and never opened a grand jury. IIRC, the Arkansas hillary & ‘clinton’ Foundation investigation materials were secretly airlifted away from Arkansas. Never to be heard from again. Sessions appointed this OBAMA APPOINTEE, who disappeared evidence and investigation without a trace. Why?

      Why not leave the ongoing investigtio in arkansas? Why not spread investigations of political corruption all around the country, independent of each other?

      Sessions deep-sixed the weiner laptop. Why didn’t sessions order an investigation, and personally review the weiner laptop, rather than hide it? Did sessions personally review the uranium one $140Million Russian scandal? Did sessions review the increasing number of hillary classified emails after comey’s fake exoneration? All these issues were unrelated to his fake ‘recusal’.

      And Sessions, as a ‘club’ senator, SURELY knew about Burisma, ukraine, china and other foreign aid kickbacks. And Biden’s brag was video recorded. Sessions shirked and defaulted on his responsibility of the AG Office.

      Either complicit in coverup, or asleep at the switch. maybe both.

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    • PS says:

      What’s worse, a cop who quits his job after a week on patrol, *or* a cop who holds employment but never enforces any laws?

      The public is disserviced in either case; laws are not being enforced. In the first scenario, one would assume a new cop who would shortly take his place who WOULD enforce laws. The second is Jeff Sessions, who for all intents and purposes appointed do nothing cover up investigators who didn’t even enforce the basic penalties required by law.

      That is why Recusal is worse, because he held a slot that should have gone to anyone who would have fought to uncover the Big Ugly and nip it in the bud in 2017. We lost 3 years of justice because of Sessions. And we are in the process of losing a 4th. Voters are MAD.

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      • Exactly. I feel like Sessions personally stole 3 years of Trump’s Presidency through either fear and cowardice or nefarious intent.
        I never want to hear from him again unless it’s to say he’s sorry.
        Fairhope is a very nice town. He should enjoy his retirement in seclusion there.
        I don’t think he has a chance of convincing the majority of Alabamans that he is trustworthy again.

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      • The Phantom Stranger says:

        Sessions accomplished everything his masters wanted from him as Attorney General. The man is a traitor. I won’t call him a turncoat because I don’t think he was ever for Trump.

        His recent appearances on Fox News are laughable acting performances.

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    • republicanvet91 says:

      Sessions may or may not be a swamp rat, but his quick recusal was not a smart move in the slightest.
      Even without the FBI/DOJ swamp rats and their activities, it allowed a plot to continue forward enough to cost us the House, and damn near our country.

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    • Gman1976 says:

      Like it or not, Sessions appointed Rosenstein who appointed the Special Prosecutor, who signed off on the fradulent FISA application(s), who apparently knew that Flynn was innocent and let him be prosecuted, and who prevented evidence that showed that the President and Flynn were innocent.

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      • mimbler says:

        And Sessions openly and gratuitously complimented Rosenstein and Mueller. That was really a tell for me.

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        • lolli says:

          Many games were played. Despicable Sessions was no deplorable.

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          • lady4trump says:

            I believe Sessions was sent to the Trump Campaign as a spy for Mitch McConnell. Mitch controls the Senate absolutely. Sessions found nothing to report back, so he was told to insist on the Attorney General job for his loyalty.
            Sessions then recused himself, setting up President Trump for the evil forces in DC. Sessions was and is an enemy agent. He must never get back into the Senate. What a Worm! What a Traitor!

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    • Ivehadit says:

      KMD, Jeff Sessions should have gone to the president BEFORE he recused himself and informed the president of what he intended at which point the president could have explained what was happening (a coup). The big question is WHY did Jeff Sessions not do this? There is NO excuse. He ASKED to be AG. He praised Rod Rosenstein. And on and on. Jeff was never a true believer of Donald Trump. Fact: He just thought Donald was our last chance.

      Why is he STILL running for senate when the president has endorsed Tommy Tuberville??
      Apart from immigration, Establishment through and through.

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    • Uh, maybe he was playing 1-D checkers??

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      I think Sessions was just plain and simple “not up to the job”.
      He may have thought he was when PDT asked him but time has shown that he was way out of his league.
      With the benefit of hindsight, getting voted down by Congress may have served the country better than his early recusal and late resignation.

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    • Gh jr says:

      Trump could have fired Sessions if he didn’t recuse himself and allow Rosenstein to run the coup. Sessions running the investigation wouldn’t have served the deep state goals. He could have unrecused himself at any time. He did not. He knew he was going to recuse when he took the job. That’s why he made the contact with the Russian. To give the excuse for recusal. Because that was the plan all along. Also, the Trust Sessions and Trust Huber op was part of the plan. Sessions is a traitor.

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      • The Phantom Stranger says:

        100% correct. Sessions was never, ever willingly on Team Trump. He was a plant by the RINO Senate leadership from the very beginning. Almost all of his public actions have been engineered in advance to provide a modicum of cover for his traitorous actions.

        However, Sessions isn’t a good actor like many high-profile politicians. It’s a disgrace that Fox News keeps bringing him on the air, revealing more than ever that the channel is nothing more at this point than controlled opposition news.

        I hope Sessions reads this and realizes he’s disgraced forever. Deep down, he must really hate Donald Trump with a passion to go through with the plan. Makes me wonder what he got from the Deep State in return…

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    • If Sessions were on the other team, all the same things would have happened. Except he wouldn’t have plausible deniability.

      Two years of Bob Mueller and kneecapping the MAGA Agenda are directly Session’s fault . Losing the House and therefore Impeachment are indirectly his fault.

      Malicious or Incompetent? At this point…

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      When J. Edgar died, Nixon decided he needed to bring in an outsider to head the FBI. He chose L. Patrick Gray. Mark Felt (Deep Throat) and others gave Gray the mushroom treatment. Andrew Weissmann may well have given the same treatment to Mueller.

      Bill Barr, to this day, is either a sinister figure, or is in a constant struggle to overcome resistant and deceptive underlings. Are they blatantly lying to Barr? He said they lied to him about the Roger Stone sentencing recommendation.

      The Deep State may prefer elderly figureheads, like Sessions or Mueller or Barr, who lack the energy to dive deep to dig out the truth. I strongly suspect there are many people here, such as Sundance, who know far more about the Russian Collusion plot than Sessions. Putting old Jeffy on TV is a futile effort, if you’re seeking new insight.

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    • amjean says:

      All you need to know and think about is this – Jeff Sessions did not tell his
      boss, President Donald Trump, that he was going to recuse himself.

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    • muskea says:

      AMEN KMD…………….PLEASE, OTHERS, SPEAK UP FOR THIS RIGHTEOUS MAN SESSIONS……………….

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    • Issy says:

      In the first place, he could not be seen as the one allowing an investigation of Trump or heaven forbid appointing a special prosecutor that would do his best to get him removed from office. The people of Alabama supported Trump overwhelmingly and Sessions could not be seen as a traitor by them.

      In the second place, Sessions did not have to prevail over all the injustice in the bureaucracy, just over the seditious fbi small group investigation. He could have called them in asked the right questions about the fisa warrants and stopped them in a heartbeat. It was his job to stop illegal actions in his agency. He abdicated and hid out for three years.

      For Goodness Sake Yourself…

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    • jonsie says:

      You are overthinking Sessions and the position of AG, not clearly, but overthinking.

      He either was a plant, one that agreed to recuse, an act that allowed the appointment of a special prosecutor, which they were certain would be Trump’s demise, or else he simply was totally stupid, inept, and incapable of handling a really tough job.

      Only he can tell us, and he ain’t talking. And… the sheep is lying and Jeffery Epstein didn’t kill himself.

      Oh, yeah, in the event there is any confusion, the government is not your friend.

      Hope that clears thing up for you.

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  3. Mike in a Truck says:

    STFU Jeff!

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  4. Merkin Muffley says:

    I think I see the game Sessions is playing and I think he’s a rat!

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  5. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Whenever he gets back in the news am reminded of this story.

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  6. bessie2003 says:

    The treasonous coup plotters rang rings around AG Sessions.

    These treasonous coup plotters had a field day. Mr. Sessions had no business being AG and out of loyalty the newly elected President trusted that Sessions would be on top of things. He wasn’t deep harm to the fabric of this nation resulted in that inability to see beyond the trees and

    really wish Sessions would just go away; there’s no way he’s not itching at a comeback to do irreparable harm to the President’s reputation as a payback for being fired.

    He might have that nice elfin face and slow southern style, but those politicians that have been in DC for ages have the biggest egos this earth has ever seen and there’s no way Sessions isn’t chomping at the bit to give that upstate President Trump a comeuppance.

    Sorry, just how this Treeper sees it.

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  7. TradeBait says:

    Why did he even bother to open his mouth? He could have just Bammer mumbled some shiz and nobody would have been able to tell the difference.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      It might be illuminating to question Jeff on how he was spending his time, since he “recused” on Russia. We have similar questions for Barr and Wray. What are you slugs doing all day?

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  8. Sessions photo looks what Alfred E. Neuman’s grandfather would have looked like.
    Whatever be his short-comings, he dug himself a hole and he’s not big enough to get out of it.

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  9. Rotor says:

    Interesting Maria addresses him as Jeff instead of using a former title as decorum mandates.
    Shows her disrespect for him.

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  10. 4sure says:

    To ans. Your questions.

    1st…having him to recuse turned the DOJ over to a never Trumper crooked pos, while not exposing Sessions as a tool.

    2nd sessions resigned when he k ow he had set the plan firmly in place.

    3rd. He never tried to clean out his own den of thieves.

    4th. He could have released all of the documents hiding the sedition I stead of allowing it to be coverred up. He could have fired Wray.

    He hid under his desk. He’s a pos.

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  11. atticus "the Deplorable" says:

    How can we miss you, when you won’t go away, Jeff?

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  12. Bob Lynch says:

    He is asking a question that anyone who frequents Sundance’s website has known in real time from the beginning. I mean he is admitting that until now he never bothered to discover the truth. He is not qualified to be a United States senator.

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  13. Gman1976 says:

    Why is Fox interviewing Jeff Sessions and not his primary opponent? He is partly responsible for all these hoax investigations and the trouble they have brought against the President and his supporters.

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    • lady4trump says:

      FOX has turned into CNN lite, except for their nightly shows, Levin and Judge Pirro. I don’t watch FOX any more and haven’t for some time.

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      Fox News is little more than a controlled opposition news source these days. Many people believe there was a quid pro quo in the Disney deal with Murdoch. Murdoch got paid handsomely for his Fox studio, far more than its estimated worth, while promising the globalist elite he’d turn Fox News into the old CNN.

      Notice that Fox News was consciously left out of the Disney deal – that was purposely done for one reason. It was to give the channel’s noticeable shift towards the Left a credible cover, because most on the Right would have been up in arms and killed Fox News’ audience if leftist Disney had taken control. It’s easier maintaining the channel’s brand while also shifting the tone of Republican news coverage at the same time.

      Did people really believe the globalists would allow Fox News to remain untouched? It had grown too powerful, leading to an outsider like Donald Trump winning the presidency. That had to be stopped by the DC establishment’s friends in the corporate class.

      Much the same thing happened to the Drudge Report, which became yet another reliably right-wing news source become a leftist outlet since Trump was elected. It is heavily rumored Drudge sold the site and is under a gag order until after the 2020 election.

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  14. Big Jake says:

    He’s pandering because he wants his seat at the swamp table back…

    Sessions needs to be defeated in this election and sent packing.

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  15. booger71 says:

    Howie was right from day 1 about Sessions, but he got beat up so bad by the Sessions Apologists that he took his clapping seal gifs and went home.

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    • lolli says:

      booger👍
      Yep.
      All the “trust Sessions, trust Rosie, trust mueller”
      Then it was “trust Rosie, trust Sessions”
      Then it just became “trust Sessions “
      Ya. Seriously, for you newer treepers.
      Then Sundance finally banned Q posts.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Many people didn’t jump to conclusions from the get-go. They waited until the evidence clearly spoke. Until the evidence was clear, substantial, and undeniable, many didn’t come out of the gate to slander him. The fact that someone guessed correctly without clear evidence is not a desirable characteristic, imo.

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  16. Patience says:

    Jeff’s boreholed balls in a wooden basket on a shelf?

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  17. Heika says:

    Sessions is what is called ‘a useful idiot’. He reminds me of my late step dad who just believed what was in the papers, and while his heart was in the right place, was just a walking replay machine from that system.

    I don’t mean that other than in my view he was just ‘trying to do the right thing’, as a useful idiot. All this was way above his league. They just played him- that is all. He is a typical self-interested politician (look how long he has been in the game) and he has some good strong anti-‘illegal’ immigrant features that come with his conservative fears, but otherwise – yeh, he LOOOOVES THE SYSTEM, the one he sucks upon and has for a long time.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      Heika:
      I have stepfather who subscribes to the local liberal paper and believes it all. He claims to be a conservative Republican, but lacks the tools to question: if they write it, it must be true.

      Thank God for the internet. I suspect this tool is too powerful, to be left to us. Even the Google people, who actively censor, don’t appreciate how the open mind can acquire knowledge.

      Asking the question is the crime. When they understand that, we’re finished.

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  18. Patriot1783 says:

    What on earth does the left have on you Mr Sessions that you would give up a secure Republican Senate seat to sidle up to Donald J Trump and be rewarded with such a prestigious administration position and then turn around and sell out our amazing President and country?
    You are no better than Brennan, Comey and all the others so go away Jeff & stfu until you can answer that question.

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  19. Everett Miller says:

    the effort to rehabilitate the despicable Jeff Session is fully underway;
    Brietbart’s Jeff Poor has a new article every week quoting Sessions spouting some pablum/parrot phrase or other as if it was wisdom from on high.
    Even the usually on-point Tucker Carlson had the worm on the other night with full deference;
    Now Maria has him on her show in order to do what?
    This man belongs in prison since he knew of high level crimes and gave the criminals cover and protected them from prosecution; 18USC4 Misprison of Felony. He’s guilty of at least this felony crime if not Sedition, Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice, etc.

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      Fox News shills heavily for the RINO Deep State. Their producers foist Sessions on hosts because the RINO leadership wants another automatic vote in the Senate they can control.

      Sessions’ family should be embarrassed. Jeff Sessions has amazing gall to make another run for the Senate.

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  20. Jane says:

    Jeff is essentially a political animal…a good old boy who probably now regrets giving up his senate seat…loved the DC club….and was easily manipulated and flattered.
    Not the person who should have been AG….he is not evil..just your typical politician …egotistical, attention seeking, wanting to belong and be accepted in “the club”.

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    • lady4trump says:

      Sessions was recruited by Mitch McConnell and told to get into the Trump camp and spy! Mitch does that often, if you will look at people who seemed to vote conservative most of the time, and tells them to vote with the Democrats on a certain issue.
      Mitch doesn’t do it often enough to ruin their conservative voting percentage, but they all bow to Mitch. Look at Ted Cruz’s odd record of votes, too.

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      • Flight93Gal says:

        lady4trump:

        Session was not smart enough to “spy”.
        Sessions was the optimal “senator”… all talk and no action.

        In the AG position, Sessions rose to the level of his own incompetence.

        A SAD SACK.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      Nope… the ‘cost’ to the people is too damned high if one’s goal is to be “accepted”. There has to be more to a person than that.

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  21. Skeeball says:

    Trust Sessions, trust the plan.

    LOL

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  22. sarsfield says:

    Sessions? WTF? where did he come from? he should be under the care of his family. Like poor George Schultz, still searching for relevance. A dino from a past generation, when u drank, smoked, and talked and eventually stuff maybe got done, years later. The days of the courtly, smooth, slow moving, BS-ing ‘statesman’, long personified by guys like Sessions, are long gone. Move on, Jeff. Write a book, give some speeches, set up a foundation, join some boards, or something……..

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    • lady4trump says:

      YAF already took Sessions on a college campus speaking tour after he was OUT of Washington. At at least one college, the kids set off a stink bomb at his lecture.
      No, Jeff wants back in the Senate with the rest of the Deep State he is in league with!

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      Don’t these ancient politicians all regard themselves as indispensable? Ego is a bizarre thing: look at Pat Leahy or Nancy Feinstein or even Robert Mugabe, on and on. In every case, someone else is doing all the work.

      Mark Steyn has a funny story about Strom Thurmond feeling him up in an elevator, thinking he was groping Barbara Boxer. Jeff Sessions or Joe Biden; other than as punchlines, they are beyond useless.

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  23. Robert Smith says:

    When is Jeff going to firm up that wondering?

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  24. Deborah Fehr says:

    me thinks alot of the Republicans didn’t think Trump would make it this far either..they sat back and let the chips fall where they may…now they see they better fall in line and take this seriously, as the ball of yarn unravels daily…may they all pay dearly.

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  25. Caius Lowell says:

    When Jeff loses the election, he should start a TV show calls “Jeff Wonders,” and every week he can ponder a different question: “Was Hitler starting WWII a good idea?” “Was OJ lying?” “Is workable socialism possible?” The possibilities are endless!

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  26. jeans2nd says:

    Listening to Sessions this morning, one almost felt sorry for AG Jeff.
    Almost.
    No one can be this stupid and remain in any position. As indeed, AG Jeff did not.
    Here’s hoping the Coach uses this as a campaign ad. Alabamans will understand.

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  27. sarasotosfan says:

    If Mr. Sessions does not know the answer he is a bigger dunce that I thought. And his appointment as AG should be thoroughly examined as to how this came to be.

    No one had derogatory information questioning his intellectual capabilities?

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  28. WhiteBoard says:

    Sessions is participating in the investigation of the deep state. his withdrawel of AG meant nothing.
    the investigation was not at the puny level of the AG.. Durham is the messenger – he is delivered military info when and at the time appropriate..

    this is not a civilian issue. This is a LOSS of the Flag – Army is required to hold it.

    .

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    • capetribulation1 says:

      Really? Says who? You might be right but we’re truly out of time. Thanks anyway.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Trump a man by himself isnt the GREATEST side stepper of all traps. no way this man is doing this on his own and on the fly.

        he smiles daily, and doesnt AGE for one single reason – LOOK AT THE NAMES of the people at the CALM before the STORM coment.

        “youll see”

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    • Joemama says:

      PDJT: Do you know what this represents? Could be the calm before the storm.

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  29. T2020 says:

    JS is FOS.

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  30. Rj says:

    Jefferson Beauregard Sessions as a sitting Senator could meet with the devil himself and not be required to By law to recuse himself.
    He was approached multiple times asking to investigate Hillary and said he would do no such thing.

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  31. capetribulation1 says:

    Lots of things shouldn’t have happened, Mr. Sessions. Why in God’s name did you take the job then immediately recuse. You did not act even on things outside your recusal. Will never forget that photo of you smiling in a restaurant having a fun dinner with Rosenstein.

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  32. Mike Van says:

    When he talks all i hear is jim Bacchus.

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  33. WhiteBoard says:

    sessions started the leak investigaton that TRAPPED the SENATE INTEL and NYT.

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  34. free2313 says:

    All I can say to Jefferson Beauregard Sessions is….. What Difference at this Point do You Make?

    Go Home, your day in the sun has long passed and you missed and destroyed your relevance in history…

    Go Home and Isolate yourself, until the end of your days…….. SHOO OFF!

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  35. Between Jeff Sessions and Joe Biden you have enough people to possibly change a light bulb.

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  36. clodfobble says:

    Is this moron for real?

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  37. rjones99 says:

    Traitor, weasel, and pos.

    1/ No history of nationalist views;
    2/ Well known as quiet, diplomatic, compromiser (actually, well-disguised rino pos);
    3/ Typical never-Trumper who solemnly proclaims “important values”, but always acquiesced to the opposite result, usually due to one vote by a Romney or McCain-type senator;
    4/ Suddenly feels those nationalist bones and joins Trump … hmmmm;
    5/ Trump wins and won’t take any job except AG … hmmmm;
    6/ Becomes AG and installs Rosenstein and Wray … hmmmmm;
    7/ No action, none, to look into obvious media narratives based on leaks intended to unseat Trump …. hmmmm.
    8/ No questions re Flynn. No questions re Page. No questions re Papad. No interaction with CIA/Pompeo to get to the bottom of Russia nonsense. Hmmmm.
    9/ Recusal followed by appointment if Mueller.

    Not incompetent. Not too big a job. Just a foul, stinking, traitor, rino POS right FROM THE START. My guess is he’s one of the ones that likes to diddle children which is likely how he got his Senate job to begin with. Utter garbage that contributed immensely to wrecking our once beautiful country. He should be lined up with test of them.

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  38. dayallaxeded says:

    Go back in your damn tree and make us cookies, Keebler! You were a dupe and waste of space 3.5 years ago and I’m not giving your stealth uniparty azz another chance. DTM!

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  39. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “a good question for Jeff Sessions to ponder”

    Do you know the meaning of the word “retirement”?

    Are you ever going to retire?

    If you do intend on retiring before you die, when will that be?

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  40. muskea says:

    YOU ALL SOUND LIKE A BUNCH OF YANKEE BIGOTS……………EDUCATED REBELS WHO HAVE NO DISCERNMENT WHATSOEVER…………..EDUCATED FOOLS FULL OF YOURSELVES AND YOUR HIGH OPINIONS…………AND WE KNOW EVERYONE HAS ONE………….

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  41. uselogic19 says:

    The Elf on the Shelf wakes up when he wants something. Otherwise…Zzzzzz.

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  42. ezgoer says:

    Jeff Sessions was either a mole planted by the corrupt establishment into the Trump campaign/administration as AG to be the insurance policy to facilitate an impeachment effort OR he’s just an incompetent idiot. Either way he has no place continuing in political office.

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  43. billmonnie says:

    SWAMP PLANT from the beginning. Remember, he was the first U.S. Senator to endorse candidate Trump AND HE BEGGED for the DOJ appointment as Attorney General……AND he was COZY with General Flynn who was destroyed by DOJ………Keep your friends close but your enemies closer…….I want to PUKE!!!!

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  44. jumpinjarhead says:

    Bozo the Clown.

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  45. Carter Burger says:

    Sessions is slimy and I wouldn’t trust him any further than I could throw him.

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  46. drlou007 says:

    Sessions was clearly involved in trying to take down our President. Whether by participation in the conspiracy, incompetence, or abject stupidity does not matter. He should he questioned under oath and prosecuted for his involvement.

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  47. mike diamond says:

    Sessions is part of the swamp

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  48. mikeyboo says:

    Jeff Sessions now suspects his ass may be found in the seat of his pants.

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