AG Sessions, who has just been occupying space where a real AG might investigate DOJ corruption, warned he might quit if Rosenstein was fired, a win-win for the…
It’s what many American patriots would refer to as a “two-fer,” taking out two turkeys with one stone, if the phantom Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned from his position following the firing of Rod Rosenstein.
From all appearances it seems that Sessions has quit already. Aside from stumbling through a speech here or there, he’s been completely MIA, especially when it comes to matters of holding his allies in the Obama-Clinton-Soros Mafia deep state accountable for their crimes and subversion against our President.
Maybe he could persuade Christopher Wray to join him in the walk out. We could easily arrange plenty of help packing up their paperweights and pictures, although they’d need to carry the classified documents they plan on stealing out the doors themselves. Let us get that door for you, Jeff.
The Washington Post reported Friday that absentee AG Sessions phoned White House counsel Don McGahn last weekend and warned that he would consider leaving the Justice Department if Rosenstein were fired. It could be a practical move on Sessions’ part, as he has no idea what an Attorney General is supposed to do aside from getting coffee for his Deputy, who is actually running things.
That prospect must be terrifying to sissy boy Henry Gibson, er, Jeff Sessions. He also reportedly asked McGahn for details of a meeting between President Trump and Rosenstein that took place on April 12th. If they wanted you involved or felt your presence would have been productive, Jeffy boy, you would have been invited. It’s reported that Sessions was relieved to learn the meeting was “cordial.”
One of those leaking the phone call to the Washington Post stated that it wasn’t a threat from Sessions that he would quit, perhaps too much of a coward and too fearful that this time President Trump would take him up on his offer. He merely wanted, they claim, to “express his concern that Rosenstein’s ouster would put him in a difficult position.”
He’d have to find someone else to pretend to be Attorney General or risk going to work himself and failing even worse than he is now as the empty suit figurehead.
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