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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

'That I was aware of any collusion'

Jeff Sessions railed and then proceeded to stonewall in a blatant coverup that included not answering questions to give the President and opportunity to invoke the privilege. His memory is so poor that he should be removed from office for being mentally incapacitated.
“I was your colleague in this body for 20 years, and the suggestion that I participated in any collusion, that I was aware of any collusion with the Russian government to hurt this country that I have served with honor for 35 years, to undermine the integrity of our democratic process, is an appalling and detestable lie,” Sessions railed in his opening statement.
The Hill 
What about the picture of you with Russian ambassador at the Mayflower Hotel? You didn't recall? Sessions seems to be hip on some things and derelict on others. He is surely inconsistent and uncooperative. All of that points to his hiding something.

Oh, was that the Russian Ambassador with whom I was speaking at the Mayflower Hotel?

1 comment:

  1. During this week's hearing, Sessions repeatedly explained his non-disclosures of Russian contacts by citing what he called a longstanding Department of Justice policy. Asked by Harris about the policy's origin, he began discussing its principle.
    Harris followed up, "Sir, I am not asking about you the principle. I am asking -- when you knew that you would be asked these questions and you would rely on that policy, did you not ask your staff to show you the policy that would be the basis for your refusing--"
    At this point, McCain spoke over Harris, saying, "Chairman, the witness should be allowed to answer the question."
    Harris went on to finish the question just before committee chairman Richard Burr chimed in that the panel would allow the chair to control the hearing.
    Shortly after the exchange, Harris tweeted, "It was a simple question. Can Sessions point to the policy, in writing, that allows him to not answer a whole host of our questions today."