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Thursday, May 11, 2017

Sessions will never do what he should

Quit. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is a career politician who has reached his pinnacle. Against criticism and the odds, he is where he is and won't depart on his own.

The fact is we citizens are witnessing a President about which there is a cloud of suspicion, who selected a deficient individual for AG that was approved by an equally flawed Senate. These actions are examples of why the US Government has been downgraded as a Democracy to a classification of "flawed democracy."

Under Trump's bogus logic, Sessions should be fired for reasons akin to why he fired FBI Director Comey.

"Did AG Sessions Violate His Recusal by Advising on Comey Firing?
If Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from presidential campaign investigations, how could he participate in the firing of FBI Director James Comey?
The question has dogged the Department of Justice since the moment Comey's firing was announced with the release of three odd letters: from Sessions, his deputy Rod Rosenstein, and President Trump. 
Legal experts say Sessions may have indeed violated his own recusal standard, though the unusual issue is by no means clear-cut. Sessions, who has said he has had no improper contact with the Russians, concluded after meeting with DOJ ethics lawyers in March "I should not be involved in investigating a campaign I had a role in."

Highly flawed Attorney General Sessions

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