President Trump Tweets Support for Tommy Tuberville on Eve of Alabama Primary…

Alabama is a closed primary with ballots determined by party affiliation. Former Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions is facing off against candidate Tommy Tuberville tomorrow in what will likely be one of the most watched primary races of the evening.

Jeff Sessions was an abject failure as U.S. Attorney General. After spending two years targeted by a fraudulent special counsel investigation as a result of Sessions’ recusal; there will forever be a strong dislike by President Trump toward Jeff Sessions.

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For those who have forgotten just how bad it was, it’s worth revisiting Jeff Sessions testimony to congress (November of 2017) when he admitted there were approximately ten ongoing investigations -that he knew of- that he was recused from.

Jeff Sessions recommended Rod Rosenstein. Rod Rosenstein recommended Chris Wray. Three years of abject misery was the result.  See below:

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476 Responses to President Trump Tweets Support for Tommy Tuberville on Eve of Alabama Primary…

  1. Liked by 1 person

    • Lawton says:

      Lol going for “trust the plan” vote

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      I was disgusted when I saw that ‘Sessions Activated’ tweet he put out. Yes, as Lawton notes, he’s going for the Trusty Planners. However, beyond that, it’s the ultimate in irony. Now, after all this crap, where he did NOTHING, he’s ‘activated’ on the eve of the runoff election. What a farce this guy is!

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      • Raven says:

        Went and read a bunch of #TrustSessions tweets. Seems like people are trusting everything their almighty “Q” says more than anything else.

        For all I know Q could be a deep, dark swamp creature who is playing people.

        For now I’m going to stay in the sunlight and trust what I’ve seen with my own eyes.

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        • jeff montanye says:

          always. believe no speeches. actions and only actions count.

          the clinton/bush/obama rule.

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        • TPW says:

          Q is fooling the people …controlled……sessions is the uniparty pick ….think McConnell…X22 is another site intertwined with Q with the uniparty.

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          • ichicinnabar says:

            TPW,

            Thank you. Q is disinformation. A lot of people have been fooled by his cryptic and vague messages.

            I saw that technique tried out on the conservative community several years ago. During one of the Bush elections, a poster turned up on Free Republic who posted in riddles, He had a nonsense name like “Eschoir” or something like that. I forget.

            Rumor was he was part of the intelligence community or an insider from the Bush campaign. He led us on for months signalling vague outcome predictions and talking in riddles. He developed a following.

            The morning after the election, people logged on to FR to see what “Eschoir” had to say about the results and what his take on it was. He never posted again. Cold turkey silence.

            In retrospect, I think it was an op to deceive conservatives and lull them into complacency. Also it was a test run to see how well this type of deception worked on the conservative community. When “Q” started up I saw it was exactly the same type of op that was pulled on FR years ago.

            We need to wise up and realize the level of ops used against us. Does “Q” post good info from time to time? Maybe. It is an old trick. Salt the disinformation with real intelligence to string the dupe along. Go back and watch the Alec Guinness version of “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”. When the mole was discovered, and the head of the Circus excuses why he was strung along for so long he whines, “But the intelligence we got from him was so good.”

            I know many here see through “Q”. We, as a wider conservative and patriot community, need to grow up and see that we are in a serious war and the enemy is clever.

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          • Kaco says:

            Oh, my, my husband’s cousin’s wife I found out is a big Q follower. She had never heard of the Conservative Treehouse and told me she watched the X22 report!

            What have you seen with the X22 that shows they are uniparty affiliated?

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      • Pokey says:

        Sessions actually thought PDJT would endorse him and has finally gotten the message that he will not. Not sure what I think of Tuberville, but he has no track record to run away from. Sessions is toast, and the RINOs will take his departure as the price you might have to pay for trying to hide in plain site. The bozos won’t even expose themselves to protect their own. Sessions is dead as a politician, I hope. You people in Alabama better go vote.

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      • chojun says:

        I don’t have anything against the QAnon crowd per-se but I will say it’s interesting that they ignore the high-stakes game of chess going on in Washington in favor of assuming the Deep State has no power and that America’s enemies are completely neutered and are just sitting and waiting to get what’s coming.

        With that said it does appear that Gen Flynn has signed onto QAnon which is a data point hard to ignore.

        That’s why I’m firmly neutral on Q, on account of it being a psyop and a manipulation that’s attempting to be pro-Trump.

        Can’t be too careful these days. We’re being hit by disinfo from every angle.

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      • Sam Fox says:

        Sharon, I feel ya. BUT please read this article & reconsider. Thank you.

        https://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/chris-chmielenski/alabama-voters-should-consider-immigration-sessions-vs-tuberville

        Sessions is MUCH better on illegal immigration than T Tuberville.

        SamFox

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    • henry says:

      Trust Rod.
      Trust Strozk.
      Trust Mueller.
      Trust Weisman.

      they got your xis, Jeff.

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    • SanJac says:

      How many in the “Intelligence” community have been “activated” to make sure Jefferson Beauregard Sessions win that election ?

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    • ichicinnabar says:

      Random Comment,

      So who is activating their puppet, Jeff Sessions? Jeff has tipped his hand here.

      Jeff is not of the age to typically be using Reddit type memes. Someone is instructing him.

      Random, Thanks for letting us know.

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      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        That’s an old “trusty planner” meme from 2017-18. People were certain Jeff was about to “wake up” after his massive head fake recusal and get medieval on the Deep State.

        Alas, he never did.

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    • Brian Baker says:

      When history called on Sessions to fight DOJ corruption he didn’t active, he recused.
      He should have activated when he was put in a position to actually do something about it as Attorney General.

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    • TMonroe says:

      Is this the official account?

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    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      Isn’t that a “Stealth Jeff” meme, anticipating him finally waking up and doing his job? Because nobody could believe Jeff Sessions was really that stupid, he HAD to be sandbagging! Any moment now he’ll wake up and do what everybody knows he should have already done a long time ago.

      To tweet a meme that reminds everyone what a crushing disappointment you were as Attorney General shows an amazing lack of self-awareness.

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    • NvMtnOldMan says:

      Ransom–Will sessie recuse himself if he wins?

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    • Hoop says:

      Tuberville is a MASS IMMIGRATION SUPPORTER… against Border Security… will melt on Amnesty.

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      • III% says:

        Nope.

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      • Ozark says:

        Heard the same thing.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        Provide some evidence that Tuberville is pro “mass immigration”.

        Here’s what his web site says:

        It’s Simple — A Secure Border Means a More Secure Nation

        We must first secure our border as we attempt real immigration reforms that will impact our nation for decades to come. I fully support President Trump’s plan to build a wall and make our nation more secure. And I will make sure our border patrol, detention centers, and law enforcement officers along and near the border have the resources they need to fight the scourge of illegal immigration that brings drugs, terrorists, and criminals into our country on a daily basis.

        And here’s what he said at a recent GOP event:

        the hottest argument was over whether Tuberville is “for amnesty” for migrants crossing the U.S. border with Mexico. Speaking first, Tuberville called that claim “fake news” and said exactly how angry it makes him.

        “They’re running fake news on me that I believe in amnesty,” Tuberville said. “They need to go home! I don’t believe in amnesty. You come here the right way. If you’re here illegal, you ain’t got no pathway to citizenship. It pisses me off. So, when you start seeing that fake news, think about it because they’re lying to you.”

        One of his initial primary opponents, Bradley Byrne,claimed Tuberville supports amnesty because of a single sentence Tuberville spoke during an event. Sessions made the same claim. But here’s what Tuberville said:

        “There are people coming across the border that need jobs, okay, and we want them to come over here. We just need to know who’s here, okay?” he said. “Put the wall up, then we let them come in and become citizens like we all became citizens.”

        Sounds to me like Tuberville is telling these people to come in legally, not illegally.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Something satanic about that post. Seriously. Lord, please deactivated sessions.

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  2. Retired USMC says:

    Sessions is a COWARD…we do not need COWARDS on the front line. Sessions should RETIRE and leave the real fight to those who are capable and are warriors. Jeff Sessions is a COWARD!

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    • Telly says:

      Maybe he is a coward. Even as a coward he could have done the honourable thing and resigned rather than recuse himself. Then his cowardice would not have had all of the horrible results that ultimately ensued. Because of his vanity he could not value the greater good over his career ambitions. Now he is a source of disgust and revulsion to patriots with brain cells.

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      • mayflowerchild says:

        I believe Sessions offered his resignation at that time – Trump refused it. Trump clearly has a problem with “personnel selection”.

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        • GB Bari says:

          President Trump offered the job to Sessions based on recommendations and Sessions well known history of supporting conservative values. The President did not personally know Sessions and had to make a decision with the information in hand.

          You cannot possibly be a Trump supporter and make that statement in July of 2020, knowing everything we now know about the deceitful RepubliCONs who surrounded the President after he won the election. President Trump had no way of knowing that early after his arrival in Washington how truly despicable those RINOs really were and are.

          IMHO, the President has learned the hard way but learned very well that most of those Republicans in DC are not truly trustworthy. He has been far more circumspect in his appointments over the past two years, yet I would bet even he would tell us that in several instances he has had to pick several people who weren’t his preferred choice.

          The President won a tough campaign with all the odds against him. He has battled his way through every week during his first term, fighting legions of traitors and liars. His personnel picks look like pure genius next to your very naive and uninformed statement.

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          • c gen says:

            I agree with your post! On one of Trump’s stops, maybe Tulsa, he remarked about the depth of the swamp! No one knew how really bad it is! Every agency is corrupted. And now we know that all the public health agencies are too! CDC, NIH and WHO, And we all know about Fauci and Birxs! I might also add in the Surgeon General!

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          • Please says:

            Agree with most of this. Two points I’d add:

            One, POTUSVSG had claimed during his campaign that he *knew* all the politicians and had donated to most of them. He claimed he knew what he was getting into, so appointments are on him, even if he got bad/evil advice.

            I whole-heartedly agree with the assessment that 98% of GOP was/is against him. They feigned support and gave intentionally malicious advice.

            Two, Sessions was an early supporter of Trump. I believe POTUSVSG trusted Sessions early on ad rewarded Sessions with the position. I believe Trump felt Sessions had the courage and conviction to fight the Deep State. POTUSVSG was wrong.

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            • GB Bari says:

              Yes the President has often said “I know…”. But he rarely qualifies that with exactly how well he knows the person or how long he’s known them. PDJT likes to personalize his relationships that he feels are important ones. I have never inferred that he REALLY knows them well unless he expands on the relationship and cites their mutual history.

              He often says he doesn’t really know someone, especially when that person doesn’t work directly for him and that person screwed up somehow. I always infer that – he does know OF them, or maybe even has spoken with them. But truly “knowing” them?

              I have a lot of acquaintances that I know about but don’t really KNOW….

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          • ichicinnabar says:

            GB,

            Thanks for setting the record straight.

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          • nats1mom says:

            Perfectly stated GB! I always enjoy reading your posts!

            Liked by 1 person

          • decisiontime16 says:

            Every single pick of PTrump has been fantastic when chosen outside of DC swamp water. They are wolverines of the highest order. Wilbur Ross just for one example.

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        • MicD says:

          You pretend not to know the facts.

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        • Free Speech says:

          POTUS didn’t take Sessions’ resignation because Mitch and Lindsey both stated publicly that they wouldn’t vote on another AG nomination for that Congress. If he fires Sessions, he’s stuck with Rosenstein because, most likely, he didn’t have 50 votes until he upped his Senate advantage after the mid terms.

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          • offtv says:

            @ Free Speech…exactly. Quit a few here miss the confirmation process, and who runs it. The TURDle Mc CONnell will not allow anyone to be nominated that would jeopardize his china racket and the senate slush funds from other countries like Ukraine etc.

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          • Free Speech:
            I’m not a believer in dredging up past grudges, especially given how arduous it turned out for the President to gain support on the Hill, a support that Republican Senate leadership shamefully withheld for too long.

            However, my view is that this very Republican Senate leadership bears the brunt of the blame, not for the monumentally bad choice of Jeff Sessions (AG from Hell), but rather for the President’s inability to correct his own biggest mistake which should not have been met with so flippant, disrespectful and patronizing a congressional response as he received about re-confirming a new nominee (the judiciary committee was already booked up??).

            In this sense, the Republican Senate leadership bears almost ALL the responsibility for the ensuing, disastrous aftermath, including: the Mueller investigation, the impeachment fiasco, but most importantly the utter failure of DOJ to reform itself through effective prosecution of their own department abuses.

            All of this occurred because certain Republican senators claimed not to have the time to reconfirm a new AG nominee?? Simply shameful!! AND LOOK WHAT HAPPENED AS A RESULT!

            Loyalty to their close friend and former colleague allowed them to literally botch the President’s first term which, however, the latter more than salvaged through his magnificent stewardship.

            We will vote straight Republican ticket in November. But not because of these political cowards who focus on their own wealth, but rather because of our great 45th President and HIS agenda for the United States America.

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        • Chewbarkah says:

          I have to agree with you, mayflowerchild. Trump has selected duds over and over again, retained Obama personnel with ruinous results, and keeps appointees on way past their “best used by” date. We can massively prefer Trump to the communist alternatives, and still face reality.

          In private business, Trump could dismiss non-performers (fairly) easily, until he had strong performers in the right positions. In DC, any dismissal becomes a political covfefe, with political costs; filling some jobs requiring consent of the Senate is a negotiation, with political baksheesh for its “support”. Opposed by the Deep State including the Republican portion, Trump arrived bereft of a deep bench of good potential appointees. Sessions was the first and one of few Republicans who truly supported Trump’s election; Trump thus politically “owed” Sessions the AG position. That unfortunately did not mean he was a good choice. Hopefully Trump will have built up his human resources stable for his second term.

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          • Jeffrey Coley says:

            Strictly based upon his resume and public positions, Sessions seemed like a fine choice for Attorney General: A former US Attorney, one time nominated to a judgeship on the federal bench which was torpedoed for political reasons, an immigration hawk, a rock-ribbed law-and-order conservative, and by all accounts a decent and honorable man.

            Who knew he would be so woefully inept as a leader, a manager, and a man. Joe DiGenova describes Sessions as a “frightened little rabbit” with no backbone whatsoever. Clearly, Sessions suffered from a severe case of battered conservative syndrome. Stage 4, general metastasis. Sessions was so afraid of being thought of as biased he wouldn’t do anything at all.

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        • bleep21k says:

          @mayflowerchild – “Trump clearly has a problem with “personnel selection”.

          You share this same sentiment with Ann Coulter, such as she tweeted lately.

          I don’t believe anyone here feels that President Trump is without any responsibility for some of his “hires”, yet are also aware of what he actually had/has to work with – “swamp critters” all, with many personal agendas. Not many altruistic folk to say the least lol!

          Ms. Coulter could step up for example – being so intellectual and well versed, and herself a “swamp” denizen (actions used to speak louder…) – and offer services within the administration. But it appears she’s cowardly, staying safe where she is opining about actual policy decisions the President has to make.

          Not just Ms Coulter, I’m sure you yourself could formulate a list of persons that would work with President Trump, unflinchingly supporting his America First platform (could you?).

          From my perspective – for all intents and purposes, President Trump stands alone.

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          • Jeffrey Coley says:

            President Trump has a problem with “personnel selection” only because he has a hard time finding good personnel. That’s why he routinely fires people and brings in new talent: He isn’t going to accept poor performance.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          He only offered to resign the time when Mueller was appointed SC.

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    • A coward is someone who runs and hides to avoid any kind of harm to himself. Sessions’ actions have brought him tremendous harm. If you say he is a coward, you also have to make the case that he is incredibly stupid.

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      • Bruce Fauth says:

        not mutually exclusive there

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      • Paul Dillon says:

        Trump has a good excuse for not knowing the poisonous nature of the eCons in Washington. Sessions does not have that excuse. So I conclude that Sessions recusal was due either to either his incredible stupidity (read incompetence) or his deceitful and calculated cunning. You should not trust Sessions.

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      • Retired USMC says:

        Isn’t running and hiding exactly what he did? How else to you put it? Treason? No matter how you frame it, he has noting to ring to the table…he needs to stay in the rear with the gear…..and go fishing with his grand kids..and stay the f away from politics.

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  3. Legion of One says:

    Alabama- primary this backstabbing Rino. Send a clear message to the GOP Rinos.

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  4. susanphd says:

    Sessions looked very vulnerable in that video and unsure of himself. Matt Gaetz made him look weak and pathetic. Republicans need warriors. Let’s try someone new.

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  5. Mike in a Truck says:

    I think Sessions is/was blackmailed. Just like most of the wet noodle Republicans. Just like most of D.C..Just like most of Hollywood. Oh what oh what could it possibly be? Gizzy Max on line one.

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  6. I believe that sessions was Dem deep state coup’s,
    Hope that people Go for Tuberville,

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    • Kathleen03 says:

      Tuberville is to serve as yet one more of Mitch McConnell’s useful idiots in his quest to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens who roam our country with impunity, costing taxpayers trillions of dollars a year. These invaders are here as the result of dereliction of duty and violation of their oath of office and federal law on the part of Mitch McConnell and 99.9% of every other corrupted elected representative.

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      • LKAinLA says:

        Yes. They invaded Alabama at great levels under the leadership of Sessions and McConnell. Entire counties are over run with illegals but Tuberville had nothing to do with it.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        McConnell may think he’s got a new puppet to groom in Tuberville. Maybe he does. You know, Tuberville, while he does not have Trump or even Romney wealth, is comfortable. So he doesn’t need the dosh to put a roof over his head. Additionally, he is a winning coach. IMO, people who are winning coaches aren’t easily steamrolled. So, maybe Tuberville, after some coaching from POTUS (and an invite to an open phone from POTUS-which he gave TT last night on the AL town hall- gives him a lot of prestige McConnell can’t provide) will prove to be a pleasant surprise.

        After Sessions’ disastrous ‘reign’ as somnolent AG, I wouldn’t be able to vote for him in the primary or the general as I’d never know if he was owned by the UniParty. At least with Tuberville, he hasn’t betrayed POTUS & his Admin with a recusal, and I’m willing to gamble that the personality traits of a winning coach has a strong enough backbone to make up his own mind, not be controlled by others.

        Last of all, our beloved POTUS asked people to support Tuberville. Not a wishy washy endorsement either, as his AL voter town hall last night has shown. It’s clear he doesn’t trust Sessions’.

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      • decisiontime16 says:

        Really? POTUS wants Tuberville and no doubt he knows a lot more than anyone why that is.

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  7. TradeBait says:

    I just ask all Bammers to remember why Sessions supported Trump so big in the beginning. He believed in many of the things PDT wanted to do. He did not want to see him get elected as POTUS just to fail as some suggest. He thought he wanted the AG job.

    When it all happened he way he wanted he just blew it. Bigly. We don’t need losers to MAGA. They can sit it out and enjoy the benefits, but not lead.

    Tubs is a rookie, but he has good potential. He needed coached up on MAGA, just like the players he used to coach. He got the coaching, developed well, and PDT says it is time for him to start at his position. So Bammers, you know how to win bigly at football. Now go win bigly for MAGA.

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  8. Lawton says:

    Sessions was 100% useless.

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  9. Michael Hennessy says:

    He’s just THE glaring example of weak kneed “Honorable” Republican representatives. As a matter of fact, they’re probably more compromised than weak.

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  10. kaste668 says:

    I asked this yesterday, if Sessions is elected will he turn into a bitter replica of Romney and do whatever he can to hurt POTUS?

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  11. onekamaman says:

    Jeffy Pop was the fifth plant in the Trump campaign.

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  12. Truthfilter says:

    IIRC, Sessions chose to become AG during the transition period. PDJT gave him his choice of cabinet positions. Lots of sketchy stuff went on during transition—as we all know. The Deep State was all over him and his staff even as they relocated to other buildings. I remember reading about this. A lot of his staff went on to serve honorably in the Administration instead of transferring with him to the Justice Department.

    I don’t believe Sessions planned to be a backstabbed. There’s no way he didn’t hear the “Lock Her Up” and “Drain the Swamp” chants at our rallies in 2015-16. He knew what we expected of a future President Trump. I think his buddies in the Senate got to him during transition. They convinced him to take the AG position as a way to block the MAGA agenda—to protect THEMSELVES from exposure. He was part of the Swamp by our definition— but perhaps not by his. He was protecting his beloved institutions. Somebody in the mold of Lindsey Graham, McCain, or McConnell convinced him that DJT was a threat to the US Senate. Just my theory.

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  13. gingergal says:

    I never understood the hype behind Sessions. He never seemed quite “there” to me. Judging by Trump’s comments after the fact, that he didn’t go with his gut, I think Sessions has a way about him that is simple minded and therefore seems easy to trust. With all the snakes in Washington, finding loyalty where you can is not easy.

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  14. LKAinLA says:

    I grew up and lived 50 yrs in the state of Alabama. I decided to make a lot of calls yesterday in support of new blood Tuberville. The momentum seems to be on his side. Sadly, the football rivalry in that state is real sick between Alabama and Auburn. They take it too far every year and usually someone dies. I digress. My own personal poll tells me Tuberville might actually win. I was happy with that. I had to verbally slap several voters with facts and realty regarding our country because they all want to bring up Tuberville representing Auburn football. Isn’t that the most ignorant bs ever? Anyway I bit my tongue and hammered facts in support of President Trump and his fight to MAGA.

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    • Raven says:

      Thank you for all the work you are doing, LKAinLA. And thank you for your report on how you believe the voting may actually go.

      “…I bit my tongue and hammered facts in support of President Trump and his fight to MAGA.” Great job done for all of us!

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    • Whistling_Past says:

      Sports is a religion to lots of people and therefore their primary consideration.

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  15. mayflowerchild says:

    Funny that Jeff Sessions is the reason I switched support from Cruz to Trump in 2016. I figured, if Sessions trusts this man on illegal immigration, then I can. What a disappointment he was (Sessions).

    Can any Alabama-voter here assess the chances Tuberville will have in the general election – should he win tonight?

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  16. Mark James says:

    Sessions appears to be a very decent person but unfortunately is like a lot of other Republicans, a gentleman without the spine to do what we need done. We need to clean those people out of this party McConnell included

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I’m beginning to think he’s not a decent person. Didn’t President Trump complain that Sessions knew in advance of his AG confirmation that he would recuse himself? But he failed to tell President Trump that important fact. And IIRC, President Trump said he would have retracted the nomination because, hey, why hire an AG who is going to immediately be unable to do much of his job?? I fear Sessions was thirsty for that AG job, and he was utterly selfish about it. He didn’t care about President Trump … and he didn’t care about all of us either. He put us ALL through misery!.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        July 19 2017 NYT article:

        President Trump said on Wednesday that he never would have appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions had he known Mr. Sessions would recuse himself from overseeing the Russia investigation that has dogged his presidency, calling the decision “very unfair to the president.”

        In a remarkable public break with one of his earliest political supporters, Mr. Trump complained that Mr. Sessions’s decision ultimately led to the appointment of a special counsel that should not have happened. “Sessions should have never recused himself, and if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job and I would have picked somebody else,” Mr. Trump said. […]

        “Jeff Sessions takes the job, gets into the job, recuses himself, which frankly I think is very unfair to the president,” he added. “How do you take a job and then recuse yourself? If he would have recused himself before the job, I would have said, ‘Thanks, Jeff, but I’m not going to take you.’ It’s extremely unfair — and that’s a mild word — to the president.”

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      • gingergal says:

        Correct! Being AG was to be the crowning glory of his career, not an opportunity to do right by the country and enforce the law/root out corruption. This is the problem with career politicians; it becomes about THEM and not love of country.

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  17. what the heck did I just watch Sessions mumble about? go retire you slug of a human.

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  18. GGHD says:

    Donald Trump’s nickname for Jeff Sessions, must be a nickname NOT politely said around the faint of heart, the elderly, and small children. … Trump denies calling Sessions ~ Mr. Magoo.
    … … Giving people nicknames or mentally remembering certain characteristics is a mnemonic aid, used in remembering people and names. … Many people use memory aids, when trying to remember the names of a lot of people.

    The spelling aid, “I before E, except after C or when sounded as A, as in neighbor and weigh” is a type of spelling mnemonic aid. … Successful people usually do NOT reveal the nicknames used to remembering real names.
    … … +The use of nicknames can be used as an effective political weapon. Calling Richard Nixon, ‘Tricky Dick’ was effectively used to disparage Nixon. +There is an enormous amount of photographic evidence, that Joe Biden is really a Creepy Joe.

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  19. MikeN says:

    Jeff Session’s actions on immigration were excellent as attorney general. He took direct control of immigration courts. He was there with Stephen Miller to have Elaine Duke as head of DHS sign a memo to eliminate DACA. Duke now writes that she deliberately sabotaged it, and is claiming this is why the Supreme Court kept DACA alive.
    Meanwhile, Trump is handing out work permits to illegals against federal law.
    Tuberville would be part of team McConnell. Despite his talk, he would support amnesty and open borders.
    Note Sessions hasn’t badmouthed Trump since being fired, unlike McMaster, Kelly, Bannon, Omarosa, Scaramucci(still suspect he’s faking), Nielsen, etc.

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  20. If Sessions was truly sincere with his original resignation to POTUS, and POTUS supposedly declined the resignation; Sessions could have and should have Resigned Immediately upon his Recusal. But he Did Not.
    That should tell the story to anyone really ready to listen.

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  21. tav144 says:

    He was as feckless and easily manipulated as Mueller.

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  22. Rileytrips says:

    The fact that he recommended Rosenstein and FBI Wray, clearly shows he as terrible judgement.

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    • Free Speech says:

      Bingo. I was a big Sessions fan in the Senate, but THIS is what turned me against him. Not his recusal. I can understand why he would have been gullible and let the Resistance talk him into that. But how do you explain him recommending Rod Rosenstein as his AAG??? That was straight up sabotage. Add Jessie Liu, Wray and Boente on top of it all. He should have jerked Jessie Liu up after she let the Awan spies off with a hand slap. How was he recused from that one?

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  23. revarmegeddontthunderbird says:

    It boils down to Auburn vs Alabama. Bama fans say that Auburn stands for….
    A Alabama
    U Usually
    B Beats
    U US
    R Round
    N November

    Vote for Tuberville!!!!

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  24. Clay More says:

    Sessions was targeted for Removal by the Coup plotters. There has not been a bigger advocate in Washington, DC of ending illegal immigration to the USA than AG Sessions. His role in restoring Law&Order to the US borders was paramount to the MAGA agenda. Democrats, MSM and Coup plotters muddied up the AG with Muh Russia BS, which led to his recusal. Sessions is far better choice for the United States Senate than the Democrat Jones or a McConnell shill in the form of “Fear the Thumb” Tuberville. Tommy Tuberville was the manager of a catfish house in Arkansas when Jimmy Johnson rescued him and put him on the coaching staff at University of Miami. People of Alabama will vote for and get what they deserve, just like the rest of the USA.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Trump wants Tuberville to win this runoff. Trump apparently feels that he can work with Tuberville but cannot work with Sessions.

      Support your President.

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      • Clay More says:

        Tommy Tuberville owes no allegiance to anyone except himself. He was neither born nor raised in Alabama, and he has not resided in Alabama for 12 years. He is dumb as a box of hammers, and he will not represent Alabama with the same zeal and vigor as AG Sessions. Tuberville will be bought and sold to the highest bidder; he ihas no MAGA agenda

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    • Brian Baker says:

      McConnell favors Sessions.
      Trump favors Tuberville.
      That should tell you all you need to know.

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      • lolli says:

        Brian Baker 🇺🇸
        Turtle will do all he can to get Sessions back in there. He knows he can control Sessions.
        If turtle didn’t have Jeff’s back, he would not have joined this race.
        They want to prove to all R’s, they can stab us in the back, and we will still vote for them.
        “Battered Conservative Syndrome” coined by Sundance.

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      • Clay More says:

        Tuberville is not from Alabama, he is from Arkansas, he lives in Florida and he has not demonstrated any form of MAGA. He will not be a supporter of anyone except Tommy Tuberville. I seriously doubt Tuberville’s intelligence quotient is above 100. Money from SuperPacs aligned against Donald Trump have poured $7 million into The Thumb’s campaign in the last 90 days. That tells me all I need to know. You should try researching a little deeper, less emotion with regard to Sessions

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        • kimosaabe says:

          We got corrupt Rosenstein, corrupt Mueller and his corrupt special counsel and years of Russia Collusion hoax because of spineless Sessions. Any Questions?

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        • Rileytrips says:

          Clay Moore, the Tuberville’s have owned a home in Auburn, AL since early 2017. Yes, they own a beach house in FL – on the beach – but many residents of AL do, too. Tuberville has been paying AL property taxes since he was coaching in AL, his neighbors in AL say they see him walking or in his yard all the time. He moved back to Auburn full time when he stopped coaching.

          Why would you go against what our President has asked us to do?

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          • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

            Why would you go against what our President has asked us to do?

            Exactly.

            It’s this same type of voter who gave away the House majority to the Dems. Voters who thought they knew better, didn’t think that supporting their President was a top priority.

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            • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

              And by the way, how ironic is is that Alabama gave Sessions’ Senate seat to a Dem???? That was an awful mistake. Thankfully we had enough other GOP Senators to absorb the loss but the GOP lead is slim. If the Dems had control of the Senate too, Trump would have been removed from office in a post-shampeachment kangaroo court. People need to understand the importance of majorities. Hopefully 1.5 years of Pelosi as speaker and non-stop anti-Trump crap by the House has awakened them.

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    • Free Speech says:

      See my response above. Sticking POTUS with Rosenstein and Wray was inexcusible. And he was NOT recused from the Awan case, which had nothing to do with the election. The Awans were SPIES who put hardware hacks in the blackberries of House members, and got off with a hand slap. They’re back in Pakistan, scot-free now, I believe. He should have intervened against the obviously corrupt Jessie Liu. I don’t know the reason, but the Deep State had absolute free reign under Sessions.

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      • Clay More says:

        They seem to still have free reign with Bill Barr as well. BTW, who appointed Durham? Why are never “Trump” superpacs backing Tuberville’s campaign? Do you think HRC should have been arrested right after the election and prosecuted? That would not have any appearance of political retribution would it? Tuberville is Mitt Romney with a twang

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Sorry, but none of that means anything to me. The only thing Sessions did that is relevant is his recusal PAVED THE WAY to PT’s impeachment!!!

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      • Clay More says:

        Trump was not convicted. Sessions had a proven conservative voting record. Tuberville has a record of deceit if you cared to do any research. This vindictiveness toward AG Sessions is not going to be assuaged by installing someone who poses as an “outsider”. Tuberville is in the swamp’s back pocket, he does not have permanent residence in Alabama. He is the Confederacy’s answer to Pierre Delicto. Great job Alabama

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  25. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Thank you for this article, Sundance. It’s so important.

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  26. SnapperCheeks says:

    Just a thought in this complex game of political chess: what are the chances that Sessions’ recusal, subsequent recommendation of Rod Rosenstein and Rosenstein’s recommendation of Chris Wray was actually a way to bring out (prove) the corruption of those two? (I live in Alabama, have supported Sessions for years. I was mortified and totally surprised when his recusal came about…something just wasn’t right and his behavior “on the stand” just wasn’t his style it seemed.) Sessions has not ever trash talked Trump…even after Trump’s public humiliation of him. Just thinking out loud…

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    • SnapperCheeks says:

      Oh! And I’m a HUGE Trump supporter.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Sessions did indeed trash talk Trump including recently during thisGOP primary.. Sessions wants the Senate seat very badly. He has no respect for President Trump right now.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        Here’s just one example, from May 22:

        @realdonaldtrump
        Look, I know your anger, but recusal was required by law. I did my duty & you’re damn fortunate I did. It protected the rule of law & resulted in your exoneration. Your personal feelings don’t dictate who Alabama picks as their senator, the people of Alabama do.

        Trump has a right to be angry, we all do, because Sessions was (as Sundance says) an abject failure as AG. If Sessions were a truly decent person he wouldn’t criticize Trump, he’d APOLOGiZE. IMO Sessions is just another career politician prima donna. He has zero respect for Trump, it was all about himself.

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        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

          It protected the rule of law & resulted in your exoneration.

          He doesn’t even have the sense and/or decency to say it straight. The Mueller witch hunt was NOT the rule of law. It was a nearly 2 year long scam, a waste of time and millions of dollars, and it stopped Trump from doing things that he should have been able to do.

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        • jimrockfish says:

          SuperElite- I had not seen that tweet by Sessions before. Looked it up. That makes me even more disgusted than before. If he felt his recusal was required, tell the president first. And RESIGN.

          Instead, he put down the red carpet for the coup plotters and impeachers. He totally threw President Trump under the bus. Can he have been that stupid to not realize what was going to happen when he recused? I doubt it. Don’t know why he did it and don’t care. It happened. Just go away.

          Alabama- Vote today for Tuberville.

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  27. jnearen2013 says:

    My wife and I just voted for Tuberville.

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  28. roy_batty says:

    Doesn’t Alabama have an open primary?

    https://www.openprimaries.org/states_alabama

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  29. rickinhouston says:

    He is SO OLD. Why would he keep doing this? He’s useless. If there was something to ‘activate’ wouldn’t he have done it BEFORE the election?

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  30. thedoc00 says:

    Argue the recusal decision until you blue in the face. Sessions cannot escape two facts that made him either knowingly or naively part of the coup.

    1. He knew he was going to face the recusal questions and did not address it with the President.
    2. Recusal did not equal abrogation of oversight responsibilities to ensure the law as well as even the Special Counsel Order was followed by Mueller’s team, Rosenstein, et al. he failed miserably on this count, again either on purpose or out of cowardness and naivete.

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  31. Rusty says:

    I get that Sessions is ineffective but Trump is making a huge mistake….Tubberville is a snake

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    • lolli says:

      Sessions already proved he is a snake, why not let Tuberville have a chance?

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Trump is making a huge mistake

      Because you know better? Have you talked to Tuberville? Have you worked out any deals with him?

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    • 4sure says:

      Well, so was McCain, Romney, Rubio, McConnell and others PTrump endorsed. They are all snakes. Every damn one. PTrump is in a pit of vipers. And we keep throwing more of them in the pit to attack him. And Sessions will be crawling over all of them to get at PTrump if he is thrown back in the pit.

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      • Whistling_Past says:

        I’m still waiting to read an explanation why PT brought in Karl Rove (spit).
        And please, no “keep your enemies closer” nonsense. We’ve seen how that bombed.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          Keeps him off of the payroll of the Lincoln Project, for one.

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        • swissik says:

          I choked also when I heard about Karl Rove. Didn’t see any discussion on this site so I am inclined to think that Treepers like Rove:-(( Personally I can’t stand the guy, he is yet another poor appointment made by the president!

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          • sbostian says:

            I despise Rove as well. However, I doubt that Trump takes advice from him. It is more likely Trump will keep him around long enough to milk him for information, then push him aside. Also, perhaps Trump would prefer him inside the tent “peeing out” rather that outside “peeing in”.

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    • III% says:

      Think he can be worse than Dougie? Sessions doesn’t beat Dougie….Tubberville does.

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  32. Giant Ground Sloth says:

    If Sessions wins, will President Trump publicly support Democrat Doug Jones in November? Is the President’s hatred for Sessions so great that he would do something like that?

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  33. pattykins says:

    I remember watching Sessions during his AG confirmation hearings. To say I was unimpressed would be putting it mildly. He stuttered and stammered throughout. He looked rather feeble. I was embarrassed for him and America . . . he’s the best man for the job? No.

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  34. Gary Lacey says:

    Thanks for the Sessions refresher course. I had forgotten how truly inept.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. AG Barr has been abject failure so far too. ZERO INDICTMENTS

    Liked by 1 person

    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      That shouldn’t be your measure.

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      • Huh? The AG’s job is to ADMINISTER JUSTICE, not talk about injustice.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

          He’s handling all sorts of issues right now, and doing very well at it. He has assigned a prosecutor to investigate the coup plots, that work is ongoing. You are wanting indictments now, I get it, but we have to allow Barr and Durham to work through the process. If you think you can do a better job, get your JD (if you don’t have it already), work your way up, and become the AG.

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          • You remind of the generals that told President Trump it would take years to destroy ISIS. Then another general talked to our President Trump and said he could do it in two weeks. And he did.

            Don’t be like the first set of generals.

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            • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

              Why do you think that Durham and investigate multiple complex schemes with dozens of participants in two weeks? I think you don’t understand the difficulty of any of it. It’s always easy for the armchair AGs ….

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  36. Screaming Eagle says:

    Think back Treepers. President Trump admired Sessions because he had proven a record of being tough on illegal immigration. That was at the core of their alliance during the campaign. Sessions early endorsement of MAGA literally shocked the UNIPARTY into action and gave birth to Crossfire Hurricane. I think Sessions is at heart a good man, but was focused on stopping illegal immigration as the AG. That’s what the President wanted him to do and that’s why he got the AG job. Remember, it was not an easy approval process. Corey Booker, Kam-Allah, and team Gimmydat excoriated him as being a racist and sprinkled in a little Russia-Russia bullshit too. He couldn’t have known at the time what the evil Gimmydats were hatching could he?….. That said, just out of common courtesy he should have had a discussion with the President on his intention to recuse himself from all things Muh-Russia investigation. As AG of the United States of America, how do you not have that conversation ? A colossal F-UP, now, look where we are today. ……. Sorry Jeff, you gotta go.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Sessions’ recusal was by far the worst and most damaging thing that happened during Trump’s first term. It was a million times worse than shampeachment.

      Sessions should have some humility and just disappear. Apparently he has none. Just looking at that “Sessions Activated” tweet (posted upstream) gives me bad chills. He thinks he’s special, he thinks he’s going to save the day. Scary.

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  37. Summer says:

    I seriously hope Sessions would lose badly today. Everyone I view as The Enemy Within is for Sessions.

    Drama Queen Coulter contradicts herself. Sessions whose idiotic recusal triggered the Mueller Witch Hunt, jeopardized the Presidency and, arguably, caused the loss of the House in ‘18 was obviously a “good pick.” He was one of the worst, Ann. He publicly sided with Rosenstein AGAINST PDJT, for crying out loud. Someone might have forgotten this little detail but I remember.

    Sessions is praised for his anti-immigration stance, his allegedly strong suit. But what are his achievements re:illegal immigration while he was AG? Zero. All hat and no cattle.

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    • Kaco says:

      He was too busy going after pot smokers (and I’m no fan of legalizing marijuana) while the administration was on fire with the Mueller witch hunt. “But I am doing the President’s agenda” while he looked the other way, was his excuse. Didn’t he know the fake Russia collusion was aimed to destroy that very administration he is trying to follow? He allowed that to go on and pretend he didn’t see it. He is weak and negligent to say the least. Complicit is my suspicion, because how could he be so stupid? How can anyone forgive him for his praises for Rosenstein?

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      You have got to be kidding me! She’s disgusting. I used to like her.

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  38. SharonKinDC says:

    Timely tweet from Larry Schweikert:
    Larry Schweikart
    @LarrySchweikart
    ·
    13m
    Alabama friends: if you think Jeff Sessions will be “tough on immigration,” note that as AG he did NOT:
    *enforce any sanctions on Sanctuary Cities
    *arrest or indict a single Sanctuary City mayor or Sanctuary State governor
    *arrest or prosecute a single member of antifa.

    Link if you want to RT:

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  39. TexanInFL says:

    After reading all the Treepers comments…I have to say, there were many of us who were willing to give JS the shadow of the doubt. But I now realize. You are correct. His comments now are the clincher. He is NOT sorry for the mess he created.

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    • Parker Longbaugh says:

      He is not only not sorry he was laughing and joking with RR while a title 1 FISA was spying on the sitting President of the United States of America, Donald Trump.
      Want to bet if the same had occurred to Obama he would have raised serious questions about the legitimacy of any such action against the Executive Branch in a nanosecond.

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  40. Winston says:

    Don’t forget:

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  41. rustybritches says:

    I watched every thing that Sessions did for a long time, and this i know to be true, The President offered Sessions another job because he wanted to appoint someone stronger to the Job of AG and Sessions said, NO That was the only job he would accept and so PT gave him the job,

    During his confirmation, The Dems kept asking him what he would do if the President ordered him to go after Hillary and he said he was certain the President wouldn’t do that, but He would just say no.. He also refused to go after Lois Lerner from the IRS and He gave her a free pass.

    The day he recused him self He had met early with some Dems and then some people in his office and instead of going to the President when they told him the only right thing to do is recuse
    because he was apart of the campaign He just went on TV and announced he was going to step down and that he was going to recommend RR, He didn’t even bother to go talk to the President until the next day Yes The President was told that if he fired Sessions the congress would not give him a new AG. Little did he know that He could have done a lot of things which at the time He didn’t know enough about how things worked in Washington to kick Jeff sessions threw an open window to the ground below and tell that traiter to keep going.

    Jeff Sessions made a lot of statements about what he did and none of them hold water.

    He was also seen more than one time hanging out with RR and the bottom line here is that Sessions is nothing but a traitor.
    Watch what he does when he loses ? then the dirty little rat will come out and bash the President just like all the rest of the losers that have been hoisted upon him because of the house and senate not being on his side in anything Time will tell But I hope that the Couch is someone trustworthy but not going to hold my breath however I pray that Sessions loses and loses big time because he does not deserve another chance to stab the President in the back and mark my word He did it once to save himself Not the house or the senate and He will do it again..
    Get over the fact he said he did to save the senate He didnt do any of that, go back and listen to what he has said about why he recused himself… Bottom line He did it to save face

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  42. RedNeckJohnGalt says:

    What a horrible choice. Tubberville is a complete fraud. He has a long history of screwing young men that committed to his football programs over. But we know what tool Sessions is. Ugh. We need more Cottons and Hawleys and fewer Tubbervilles and Sessions. This is what happen when conservatives refuse to engage in the culture war. You settle for worn out losers like Tubberville and Sessions. Glad I’m not in Alabama and I don’t have choose between these two fools. Regardless, one or the other of them will wind up in the Senate under the thumb of either McConnell or Schumer. I doubt either will stand up for what’s right. We need a deeper bench with better players!

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  43. William the Comptroller says:

    Can somebody in Alabama park a van outside his house with a good speaker system and blare at 140 dB a continuous recording of someone screaming “HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER HUBER…!!!”

    GAH!!!

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  44. Merkin Muffley says:

    Now watch! If Sessions loses, he’s going to say he has direct information of “impeachable acts” committed by Trump and asks to appear before Jerrold Nadler’s committee. You heard it hear first!

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Sadly, I wouldn’t be surprised if he does something to retaliate. Romney will probably have something to say too.

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  45. Hailey says:

    Leading up to 2:00 Central time here in south

    Alabama, the enthusiasm for Mr. Turberville is

    strong. My granddaughter in Dothan, AL, says it

    is the same for him over there. (SE AL), and perhaps

    the most conservative part of the state, known as

    the “Wiregrass”.

    I haven’t heard one person say that they will vote for

    Jeff Sessions. That’s because we all feel that he

    betrayed, deliberately so, President Trump.

    Also, I haven’t seen a single yard sign for Mr.

    Sessions, but I have seen several for Mr. Tuberville.

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  46. kleen says:

    Another Senile, too old, power hungry imbecile that just won’t go away.
    Retire already, stay home with family.

    Go be a Sunday school teacher.

    Give up, you are a failure.

    I think I know exactly which “Republicans” are encouraging him behind the scenes.

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  47. avi says:

    did his cowardly recusal for a hoax mean that:
    1. he couldn’t tell the rodent that Muller was unacceptable and ineligible and himself should have recused?
    2. He could tell the rodent and muller that 17 democrat apparatchiks was unacceptable?
    3.He couldn’t tell Muller that not vetting his conspirators was unacceptable?
    4. he couldn’t tell the rodent that if no evidence in 1 month to stop it
    etc etc

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  48. Richard Whitney says:

    Sessions had to recuse himself from any investigation into spying on the Trump campaign because he would be the VICTIM of that crime along with the prosecutor. Had he not recused, every action would have been thrown out of court when the defendants claimed conflict of interest.
    PDJT himself is essentially refusing himself, turning over authority to declassify to AG Bar, and PDJT only repeats what is in the news as if that is all he knows about the matter.
    Session restarted the Epstein investigation, restarted Operation Cassandra, hired Huber, Durham and many of the prosecutors working behind the scenes.
    Rosenstein, Comey, Wray, they were not part of the coup. The enormous sting operation continues.

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  49. Nate says:

    I find it very interesting reading all the anti-Q posts on conservative treehouse. Sundance has brought much light to the corruption that pervades DC. If Q is not real then what is the point to reading this site. It is over. Finished. However, Q has encouraged and caused a vast number of people to research and become aware of what Sundance has been espousing. The public is slowly awakening. There is hope.

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    • III% says:

      Interesting take. You expect someone to save you.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Sundance does research. Sundance provides evidence and draws clear, logical conclusions.

      Q offers up vague riddles which even his most devoted fans have trouble interpreting.

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      • lolli says:

        And Q was so wrong. Trust mueller, trust Rosie, trust Sessions.
        Then it was trust Rosie and sessions. Then trust Sessions. Lol.
        Some alphabet guys running Q, kept everyone “trusting the plan” while coverups continued.

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    • iswhatitis says:

      If ‘Q’ is not real, then the end is nigh?

      Sorry, not buying that (unless you have a bridge to toss-in with it – I’m a sucker for bridges).

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    • Kaco says:

      We don’t need Q and never did. Sundance posts documents and tons of evidence, Q says nothing coherent. Sundance has all but banned Q from this forum and website. The Q followers went elsewhere. That is the point of this website, over for Q followers, but not for Patriots living in reality. The public is awakening because they see the Dems are a freaking nightmare. Sundance doesn’t post about adrenochrome and the like, he sticks to politics and globalism, and actual policies. Sundance has nothing to do with Q. Also, Sundance is taking action with all his evidence, unlike Q followers that sit on their @$$ and wait for new Q posts like some TV watcher. The whole point of Q is to lull you into complacency while the communists take over the culture and the globalists win because you think someone is doing something for you, and you do not worry about the actual immediate concern of reelecting our President and giving him a Congress he could actually work with.

      I’ve been bitter about what this site went through because the gullible fell for some anonymous b.s. larper and many people here were vilified because we saw Sessions was a do nothing, but our President had his hands tied. They said we were stupid because we didn’t trust our President and claimed he still approved of Sessions because as long as Sessions remained in office, we are to trust Sessions. They couldn’t comprehend our President couldn’t fire Sessions until he was clear to. POTUS bitched up and down about Sessions in the meantime but the Q larpers thought is was “chess”. Our President has asked us to Stand, and to stand up for what’s right. Listen to his July 4th speech. We need to back our President and good people. Not back Q.

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  50. superfly007 says:

    Looking forward I think the Bush Team will incrementally bring ALL of its assets to bear against Donald Trump, and many people will be shocked at how deep the Deep State goes in the ranks of the GOP – especially among “conservatives.” (Jeff Sessions is not an anomaly.)

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