Attorney General Jeff Sessions made an appearance on the O’Reilly factor, addressing the topic of Sanctuary Cities first, citing the statistic that 80% of the American people disagree with them. He says, “It clearly makes their own cities less safe,” pointing to the Kate Steinle murder by a multiple deportation illegal as an example.
O’Reilly and Sessions reassure the illegals who are only violating immigration law or using an American’s stolen identity that they are a low priority for legal sanctions. If an American commits fraud it’s a felony, but they’re illegals, so it’s okay.
The AG points out that illegal border crossings appear to be down approximately 60 percent, which he attributes to President Trump’s strong leadership on the issue. He says, “As we continue to build a wall and beef up our forces and bring in more judges, we’ll be even more successful there. That’s the way to solve this problem, and if we stay at it we can create a lawful system of immigration, one that admits 1.1 million people lawfully right now, every year, and one that we can be proud of as a nation.
O’Reilly doesn’t bother to ask the Attorney General about employer sanctions enforcement which would force the illegals to leave voluntarily by prosecuting those who enable their immigration law violations and fraud, the employers who are themselves accessories to the crimes. It seems we’re going to be lulled into accepting these millions of illegals over time in the interest of future elections. Senator Sessions thought it was a high enough priority to address it multiple times from the Senate floor. Maybe he’s just got a lot on his mind, with all of the non-prosecution of Hillary Clinton, John Podesta, Jeh Johnson and the other big fish that are being allowed to slip off the hook and swim away.
O’Reilly asks if there is any way to force sanctuary cities into compliance with the law. Of course there is, there is the avenue of personal responsibility, either through criminal or civil actions against the officials. Sessions attempted to dodge the question by pointing to two situations where the officials did the right thing, but that wasn’t what he asked. After O’Reilly repeats the question, Sessions responds, “We are looking at other possibilities that would be detrimental to people…” O’Reilly interrupts and asks for an example, which he is refused.
Sessions does admit they are discussing other possibilities. He then goes into a sort of disjointed reminder that they’re working off of the Obama system of grant law compliance affirmation. He cryptically says “So we’ll continue to pursue that and go further.
After he makes some glowing comments about the anti-American snake who occupied his office prior to his confirmation, Loretta Lynch, Sessions is asked about the plans for dealing with the leakers, who coincidentally, Loretta Lynch greatly enabled by her signing off on the changes to executive order 13222 and expanding the dissemination of intelligence data.
Attorney General Sessions attempts to at least sound determined, saying in a rather non-committal and qualified manner, “I expect we’ll get to the bottom of some of this. This is not right. We’ve never seen this kind of leaking. It’s almost as if people think they have a right to violate the law and this has got to end. And probably it will take some convictions to put an end to it.
Sessions won’t predict indictments in the near future, saying only that he takes it very seriously. It’s okay to make predictions of success if you’re pursuing actions, Mr. Attorney General. We expect results and that you would be intense and engaged. We actually had hoped for indictments of your predecessors not niceties and being hoodwinked into ignoring their crimes out of professional courtesy and respect for the office.
They showed us no respect when they abused the American people, the illegals show us no respect in invading our country or stealing our identification, the illegal alien employers show us no respect in excluding us from the job market, local governments show us no respect in handing out our tax dollars like they’re Halloween candy to any illegal that can say “Tricko y Treato.” How about some respect for the American people for a change and a little results from all of this hard work we put into electing Mr. Trump.
We could have voted for John Kasich and had 11 million illegals as permanent residents. The Jeff Sessions who gave powerful speeches in the Senate targeting the “masters of the universe” such as Zuckerberg is nowhere to be seen and facing no pressure to end either his illegal employment practices or censorship of that antiquated concept of Free Speech. This wasn’t the deal. We’re not big fans of bait and switch. We the people want our country back. We want results, we want our jobs and our wages returned to their rightful owners. American citizens. As a long time supporter, understand, we want you to do the job we entrusted you to do.
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