AG Sessions reaffirmed his support for the deep state before Congress on Thursday. He pledged to do nothing and allow the COUP and cover up of Dem crimes to…
AG “Absent Guy” Jeff Sessions brought his sputtering, uncertain, fumbling and bumbling testimony to the House of Representatives on Thursday, sounding more like a suspect in a crime trying to get his story straight for shoplifting or pilfering a corndog at a 7-11 than anything remotely resembling an Attorney General of the United States. There’s a good reason why he sounds like a crook; the best of reasons. [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
Rep Evan Jenkins (R-WV), who, unlike Sessions really does support President Trump, expressed his concern over the never-ending witch hunt that Sessions is watching from the sidelines. He began his time by referencing a letter that Sessions sent on March 29th to Sen Grassley and Reps Goodlatte and Gowdy, regarding the appointment of a second special counsel to look into Justice Department crimes and cover ups.
Jenkins points out that Sessions determined that a second special counsel wasn’t warranted and at the same time indicated when one would be, citing his choice of words of “in extraordinary circumstances.” He notes that his constituents “are angry, they see a double standard and they want justice.” Jenkins thinks we’re in those extraordinary circumstances now but asks Sessions if it will ever be possible for him to get to that point.
Sessions says he understands President Trump’s frustrations and those of the American people, and speaking strictly as a highly paid spectator, understands that “this thing needs to conclude.” That doesn’t mean he’s going to do anything to impede the Democrats march towards successful completion of their COUP nor does it mean he’s going to spill the beans on the rampant corruption at DOJ or in the Obama regime. He’s enjoying his popcorn, might go for some Milk Duds, let him know if he misses anything good.
The “I am not a crook” testimony then begins in earnest, with Sessions describing the DOJ as more open than it’s ever been and citing the burying of 800,000 documents in exchange for 12 members of Goodlatte’s staff being able to look at the cherry picked, safe documents under a gag order, as an example of that false, non-existent openness.
He says, “if there’s wrongdoing we’re going to take action about it.” It will only be when he’s forced to do so, when all efforts to ignore the problem or divert attention have failed. One result of the rampant corruption is the presence of what Sessions calls “entirely new top leadership at the FBI.” That’s not because of anything Sessions did.
In fact he fought the removal of the dirty cops tooth and nail, but it’s an indication of just how deep the corruption goes and what a boob he is to proclaim the housecleaning as something that is either finished or was done by him voluntarily out of duty. Sessions was kicking and screaming all the way and he’s still fighting against justice.
He points out the new Director, Deputy Director, Legal Counsel and Chief of Staff, all of which are replacing a dirty, corrupted predecessor who deserves prosecution. He then makes the familiar “we’ve got to be careful we don’t smear everybody,” clearly satisfied in his own, clouded and corrupt mind, that enough has been done and it’s time for business as usual and protecting the deep state criminals, and treating DOJ offenses as mere errors whenever possible.
In putting new window dressing on the cover up, Sessions says, “We’re determined to be disciplined, to stay within our classical procedures and rules. I do not think that we need to willy-nilly appoint special counsels.”
Sessions couldn’t have said it any clearer if he was screaming at the top of his lungs. He’s hiding behind “classical procedure” and the walls of the Hoover Building. Nothing will happen, evidence will not be forthcoming, obstructionism will rule the day, and if Sessions has his way, Clinton and Obama, who Jenkins referenced but Sessions completely ignored in his response, will never see prosecution for any of their mountain of felonies, racketeering and acts of sedition and espionage against our nation.
Sessions needs to not only be fired, he needs to be locked up for obstruction. There’s no telling what all he’s been complicit in keeping hidden from the American people but we need to start finding out. He looks and sounds guilty for a reason, because he is.
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