Even in admitting to a problem at DOJ that everyone else can see, AG Sessions is covering up, unwilling to call corruption and subversion for what it is and instead using terms
The heat has been increasing on Attorney General Jeff Sessions for months due to his failure to act in matters of government corruption and conflict of interest, most notably those that involve Hillary Clinton and the Mueller witch hunt.
Following the Rosenstein testimony, and calls by Lou Dobbs and Newt Gingrich on national television for Sessions to “do his job,” Katherine Herridge reports on a suddenly more visible and interested Attorney General. Sessions announced, “We’re going to take seriously the concerns that have been expressed.” What took you so long, Jeff?
He also promised, “We will never fail to monitor our people and we’re going to insist on the highest standards of behavior.” Is he admitting that they’ve failed to monitor their people in the past and have not insisted on the highest standards of behavior? He must be or there would be no reason for his statements to be made in defense of the DOJ.
If Sessions is finally waking up to the corruption within what is a fortress against the American people then he needs to take action, we’re not going to be satisfied with empty promises by a feckless political space-holding appointee.
As if to intentionally sow doubt in his commitment to clean things up, Sessions said, “Everybody has to be accountable and responsible. You can have arrogance [seep] into sometimes an institution. And that’s not acceptable.” It’s not arrogance, Sessions, it’s corruption and a vicious deep state attack on our President by subversives. Their arrogance in the process of engaging in their acts of sedition is irrelevant. They deliberately abused their power for political purposes and many individuals that work under him continue to do so daily.
Herridge also points out that Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Charles Grassley (R-IA) is on the trail, along with Devin Nunes of the House Intelligence Committee and Jim Jordan (R-OH), Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and others, filling the void left by the absentee AG.
Grassley wants details on the text messages exchanged between FBI anti-Trump subversive Peter Strzok and DOJ anti-Trump lawyer Lisa Page, his partner in an extra-marital affair. He is also seeking their communications with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, also a player in both the Clinton cover up and the Trump persecution.
McCabe is set to testify on Tuesday in a closed door congressional hearing. One of the texts shows the three conspirators taking official action in carrying out their efforts to prevent President Trump from being elected, and Grassley wants to know more about what was going on, including their statements that they want to create “an insurance policy” against a Trump Presidency through the abuse of their positions.
Herridge also points out that one of the few admissions of wrongdoing that was acknowledged by the obfuscating Rod Rosenstein during his House testimony came under questioning by Rep Louie Gohmert (R-TX), that the classified documents released by James Comey in his efforts to force the appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel involved government, not personal property.
The corruption is being exposed thanks to the fact that President Trump ran for President and won, standing up to the GOP establishment, the globalist Democrats and other anti-America parasites. They never expected to be held accountable and their efforts to hide from public scrutiny are rapidly falling apart. It’s at the point where they will not be able to maintain their charade much longer. With any luck we’re witnessing the beginning of their end.
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