The CNN Fake News Panels and talking heads, including Wolf Blitzer and his White House reporter in the video below, want to speculate as to the reasons why President Trump and Attorney General Sessions might be having a bit of a cold spell in their relationship.
They want to attribute everything President Trump does to their Russia, Russia, Russia obsession and that surely does play a role. It’s a significant part, as President Trump’s comments to the New York Times revealed, but there are other problems that are well within the scope of the Attorney General to take action on.
Those actions might remove some of the pressure from the President and regardless were a campaign promise that we expected to have fulfilled early on, the prosecution of the Democrat criminals. They could start immediately with Hillary Clinton, but move quickly to include Lynch, Rice, Rhodes, Podesta, Abedin, Comey, Mills – the calendar is more limited than the number of potential defendants.
The President’s tweets from the last couple of days tell that story, with him tweeting three times on the 22nd in rapid succession the following:
- “So many people are asking why isn’t the A.G. or Special Council looking at the many Hillary Clinton or Comey crimes. 33,000 e-mails deleted?”
- “What about all of the Clinton ties to Russia, including Podesta Company, Uranium deal, Russian Reset, big dollar speeches etc,” and
- “My son Donald openly gave his e-mails to the media & authorities whereas Crooked Hillary Clinton deleted (& acid washed) her 33,000 e-mails!”
He followed that up on the 24th with “So why aren’t the Committees and investigators, and of course our beleaguered A.G., looking into Crooked Hillary’s crimes & Russia relations?”
Clearly there’s an issue with a failure on the part of the Attorney General to prosecute Democrat criminals. Impaneling a couple of grand juries would likely go a long ways towards soothing the differences between the Attorney General and his President.
If the grand juries decided not to indict, at least the effort was made and Attorney General Sessions would be off the hook. It’s much more likely, particularly considering the mountains of evidence against the Democrats, that indictments would be returned, then Sessions is doing something positive for the administration and he’s likely on the road back to good favor.
At least the number of problems would be being reduced and there would be substantive, ongoing, positive operations for them to discuss between the two of them. There might even be a basis for a few attaboys to be doled out in the process. Nothing soothes hurt feelings like doing a good job and being recognized for it.
CNN is so fixated on their Russia, Russia, Russia they can’t even absorb the plain English words of the President in the tweets.
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