AG Jeff Sessions hasn’t done much other than occupy space and preventing a real AG being appointed, one who would prosecute the criminals connected to his department. Now…
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has apparently been under the misconception that the “AG” in his title had something to do with agriculture and the proper way for him to fulfill his duties was to act like some kind of potted plant or the odd weed occupying valuable soil at the DOJ. Now, perhaps, he’s awakened and recognizes the scent of “Roundup” in the air, realizing he’d better look busy.
Sessions told a group of reporters on Tuesday that the Justice Department would at last investigate the many questions surrounding FISA abuses by the DOJ, which would include the fourth application, the renewal requested by his current deputy, Rod Rosenstein. He did not call for a special counsel, as has been the remedy sought by many Republicans in Congress who don’t trust DOJ to police themselves. Not every cover up can be engineered to have one of the perpetrators handling the investigation, as they did with Mueller.
Normally Sessions would simply instruct Rosenstein to do his job for him but since that would be a bit too obvious and too easy for Rosenstein to make sure nothing came of it, he’s indicating that the Inspector General will handle the duties. Apparently the IG is the only person within the entire DOJ with the integrity to look into the matter. We now must hope he hasn’t fallen under the same influences that turned Sessions from a man of the people into a tool of the corrupt political establishment.
Of course the IG, Michael Horowitz, is already investigating the DOJ corruption in the Russia, Russia, Russia and the sham investigation designed to exonerate Hillary Clinton. That report is due out in March, so there may be a month or so delay before the only trustworthy, honest guy within the Justice Department is available to do the job.
Sessions told reporters, “Yes, it will be investigated.” He said conducting an investigation was the “appropriate thing” to do and then tabbed the Inspector General with the task, saying Horowitz “will take that as one of the matters he’ll deal with.”
It seems Sessions lacks any awareness of the gravity of the situation and he definitely presents no sense of urgency in holding those who have committed abuses, whether they be DOJ, FBI, State Department or Intelligence deep state employees or any politicians connected with them accountable. There are statutes of limitation for many of their crimes. He’s letting those clocks tick.
Maybe President Trump should have appointed Horowitz as AG. Even a potted plant would likely be doing a better job than the guy he selected at this point.
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