Rep Matt Gaetz and Lou Dobbs agree, AG Jeff Sessions is disengaged and deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is the one running DOJ, managing the cover up of deep state…
Lou Dobbs built upon information about Attorney General Jeff Sessions provided by Rep Matt Gaetz (R-FL), who revealed he has met with the figurehead AG and that his conduct and level of awareness were consistent with President Trump’s description of Sessions as Mr. Magoo.
Gaetz described the meeting, saying, “I did sit down with the Attorney General along with Judiciary chair Bob Goodlatte [R-Va.] and many others and I was disappointed that the Attorney General didn’t seem to be very engaged on any of these issues regarding existential threats to the Trump administration. He was deferring to a team that answered to Rod Rosenstein, for goodness sakes.”
Of course Rod Rosenstein is the last guy who should be running the Department of Justice, given the evidence that he is severely compromised and heavily involved in the Mueller effort to evict President Trump from the White House. Yet Sessions seemed clueless and was leaving policy and prosecution decisions to the enemy.
That revelation prompted Dobbs to respond on Twitter, writing, “Sessions has fallen ill, he’s incapacitated in some fashion, or he’s been co-opted or captured: to preserve any dignity, for the good of the country he needs to resign.”
With all due respect to Mr. Dobbs and his effort to be civil to the corrupt boob occupying the Attorney General’s office, most of us could not care less about preserving the dignity of Jeff Sessions. We’re extremely interested in preserving our nation, though, and AG Sessions stands in the way of us being able to do that. We also want to see the criminals in our government prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, something he opposes.
One would have to be an absolute blind fool or a totally owned tool of the enemy to engage in the conduct that Sessions has. Either way, he needs to be gone. It falls once again to the American people to apply the pressure because without it nothing will happen.
Sessions hold the keys to prosecution and he’s apparently forgotten where he left them. The few honest individuals in Congress, such as Gaetz, Nunes, Jordan and Meadows, can only do so much. Congress has no prosecutorial powers and those who do are the very criminals who are the subject of the investigation.
They’re not going to investigate themselves. Public sentiment must be mobilized against Sessions and Rosenstein in order to provide President Trump the political cover he needs to get rid of them, and Christopher Wray at the FBI. Gaetz, Jordan, Nunez and others have been calling for a second special counsel for months and have been ignored by Sessions. We need to make that stop. Let him ignore their calls from his rocking chair, on his porch, in Alabama.
Sessions has fallen ill, he’s incapacitated in some fashion, or he’s been coopted or captured: to preserve any dignity, for the good of the country he needs to resign. #MAGA @realDonaldTrump #TrumpTrain #AmericaFirst https://t.co/D0q4ff2JVI
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) March 3, 2018
MUST-READ: “GOP Lawmaker: Jeff Sessions Won’t Answer Question at Meetings – Defers to Rosenstein’s Aides” https://t.co/LkUpmxPJrK
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) March 3, 2018
Gaetz’s statement regarding the meeting with Sessions begins at the 5:55 point in the video below.
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