Giuliani Nipping At His Heels, Sessions Needs To Prosecute Criminal Democrats

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It seems President Trump is becoming just as frustrated and disgusted as we are with the lack of prosecution of any of the countless Democrat criminals who have been exploiting and preying upon our nation and the American people in the pursuit of personal wealth and power.

Candidate Trump leading crowds in cheers of “lock her up” seems like an awful long time ago and the prospect of Clinton or any of her cohorts and co-conspirators actually going to prison for their crimes seems increasingly unlikely.

As the President reaches the end of his patience and tolerance with the criminal, corrupt Democrats pursuing him, his administration and his family with their fake, malicious, subversive coup attempt, rumblings in recognition of the fact that Attorney General Sessions is doing nothing are being heard. He needs to listen up and get in gear, convene some grand juries or get the hell out of the way. And take Deputy AG Rodentstein with him.

Rumors are circulating, likely deliberately leaked by the White House, of the prospect of replacing AG Sessions with former US Attorney and New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Whether that is an effort to test the waters or to light a fire under Sessions, only the President and those he tells know, but clearly he is not satisfied with the performance of his AG to this point.

On Monday President Trump tweeted, “So why aren’t the Committees and investigators, and of course our beleaguered A.G., looking into Crooked Hillarys crimes & Russia relations?” Axios’ Mike Allen wrote that President Trump “often muses about personnel moves he never makes,” noting Giuliani would  have a difficult time getting through the Senate.

In theory the party of the President, the Republicans, is in power but DC Republicans are cowards and are as often as not owned by their political enablers. In practice the President is almost operating without a party. Having an Attorney General who is unwilling to prosecute the criminal enemy that is circling like wolves is, to say the least, unhelpful.

President Trump had, a couple of days earlier, sent out a series of tweets, also directed at the invisible Attorney General.

Giuliani has downplayed the situation, stating that under the circumstances Sessions did the right thing in recusing himself, a position that Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) agrees with. That’s a diplomatic and politically proper statement for him to make, but just as it’s hard to argue with success, it’s equally difficult to ignore failure or a simple failure to act. A recusal from the Russia hoax in no way prevents his investigating the cascade of offenses by leading Democrats. The evidence on Clinton is begging for action, as are the American people.

Convening grand juries is not a terribly difficult thing to do and much of the evidence in the Clinton and related cases has already been gathered. There is an apparent lack of will on the part of AG Sessions and many Americans who cheered his appointment to the position now have serious concerns. Sessions was hired to do a job. He needs to do it and a priority needs to be the prosecution of the criminal Democrats. Sessions must either get moving on Clinton and the others or just get moving, make room for someone who will.


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