What about Jeff Sessions?

So what do you think? Here is what Judge Jeanine said yesterday:

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8 Responses to What about Jeff Sessions?

  1. hocuspocus13 says:

    I 2nd the motion


  2. auscitizenmom says:

    I’m not giving up completely on Jeff Sessions until the final bell. I don’t know what is going on. It looks like he needs to go. But, this whole thing is giving me a heartache because I always had a lot of respect for Jeff.

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  3. litenmaus says:

    Judge Janine starts off on the premise that PDJT wasn’t aware that Jeff Sessions was going to recuse and I don’t buy into that premise. I also got very tired of the “REEEEEEEEE’ attitude after the first couple of minutes.

    IMO, DOJ Jeff Sessions is working with the WH Admin. I cannot imagine that ever-analyzing, PEDJT, wasn’t aware that the nominating committee could ask Jeff Sessions to recuse and yet, failed to have multiple plans in place for just that contingency.

    I also believe that if Jeff Sessions wasn’t performing up to the President’s expectations, the President could have reassigned Sessions to a different agency, and he didn’t, which makes me think AG Sessions is doing something, unknown to us, that the President approves of.

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  4. lovely says:

    My thoughts on Jeff Sessions.


    Hopefully not too boring. This is my opinion, I do not mind if you disagree with me 100%, I could be wrong, rationally this is the picture that has been painted in my mind.

    At the risk of shouting into the wind and offending people who I care for and respect, here I go. 

    Jeff Sessions is not an alcoholic, he is not an abuser or any other awful thing that is being thrown at him, he is as he always has been, Jeff Sessions, a man of his word, a man of conscience, a patriot, a DC outsider despised by all of the elites within both parties. 

    No the ever wise and witty President Trump did not pick a nincompoop, a “Deep State Agent” or Rip Van Winkle for his Attorney General.

    President Trump found an honest man, a true patriot amongst the dregs of DC. PresidentTrump didn’t pick Jeff Sessions because he liked his smile he picked Jeff Sessions because he knew exactly who Jeff Sessions is. Period.

    While that in not the intended conclusion that the NYT wants you to draw from this piece on Sessions it is the only reasonable conclusion to draw.

    But last January (2016), the Alabama Republican, afraid that his party was floundering, sent a five-point questionnaire to all its presidential contenders to determine who might deserve his support.

    Only one candidate took the time to read and respond to Jeff Sessions query. 

    Can you guess who? 

    Donald J. Trump.

    Jeff Sessions learned thriftiness from his parents, who grew up during the Depression. Upon becoming a United States attorney in 1981, he had only $750 in the bank, records show. Friends joke that even after he attained the comfortable life of a senator decades later, he refused to replace an aging car or the outdated kitchen countertops at his home in Mobile.

    It was an environment that fostered Mr. Sessions’s belief in frugality and self-reliance, bounded by a strict — if much disputed — code of what was and was not fair.

    It also bred, even early on, a skeptic’s eye toward elites.

    It also bred, even early on, a skeptic’s eye toward elites.

    Well that sure is a familiar trait, one that is endowed in our president in spades. 

    “Sessions had a Trump movement before there was a Trump,” Professor Flynt, of Auburn University, said.

    Mr. Sessions’s nomination to a federal judgeship in 1986 foundered when senators of both parties questioned his commitment to civil rights.

    A very similar sentence is just as true when it reads Mr. Trump’s nomination as the republican presidential nominee flourished in spite of senators of his own party questioning his commitment to civil rights.

    He hates Mexicans! 

    He hates Muslims! 

    He hates blacks! 

    He hates women! 

    He hates gays!

    He’s a nazi!!!

    He loves the KKK!!

    Those statements have been lobbed repeatedly at both men.

    Meh. They are boring.

    The establishment has long hated Jeff Sessions, that same establishment despises President Trump with even greater ferocity because President Trump has the power to not only bend their knees but to break them and he has shown that he is willing to do so.

    Sessions now also has that power.

    Jeff Sessions’ support of candidate Trump never buckled not even during p*ssy-gate. He has always been a solid Trump supporter, perhaps because so much of what President Trump endured under the heavy fist of establishment republicans was also endured in the public and personal life of Jeff Sessions himself.

    Sessions is a fierce loyalist to the law. 

    Sessions is by his nature, by his upbringing and by his life experiences has a curious and prosecutorial mindset. When he swings he will not be bunting on a wing and a prayer. Not hoping to get to first base, swing for the fences baby or go home. 

    Jeff Sessions like President Trump learns on his feet. Sessions himself said that he was naive when it came to the politics of the courtroom and learned invaluable lessons in the Hogue trial. Lessons that Sessions is using today.

    United States v. Spencer Hogue, Jr., 812 F.2d 1568 (11th Cir. 1987)


    Fast forward to 2018. 

    Cases like those before Sessions require simultaneous precisions strikes not carpet bombing. Too many cockroaches escape carpet bombings.

    So rest your weary heads Trump supporters, you worry too much, nothing has changed since the day that this photo was taken.

    AG Sessions and President Trump’s admiration for each other has grown and their skeptic eye toward the elite, especially the political class has become a fine tuned precision laser beam. 

    Don’t Give Up

    Think things through. 

    How on earth do Trump supporters look at the last 2 and a half years and think in the core of their being that President Trump picked a moron or an enemy for his Attorney General? 

    President Trump “Jeff Sessions is a rascal. I never would have chosen him if he I knew what he said at his confirmation hearing was true.” 

    Jeff Sessions “Such hurtful remarks.”

    Trump supporters;

    My leverage came from confirming an impression they were already predisposed to believe. You can’t be scared. You do your thing, you hold your ground, you stand up tall, and whatever happens, happens.”__Donald Trump, The Art of the Deal

    “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”

    “Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.”__Sun Tzu, The Art of War

    President Trump has earned my confidence.

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