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Jeff Sessions talks to Tucker Carlson.

No sanctuary for Jeff Sessions
I think I may have come upon the real reason people aren’t going to jail yet.

Beginning the interview, Jeff Sessions is adamant about making the Mayor of Oakland, California face justice.

It's around the 3:00 mark where the AG showed his true colors. He basically stated what motivates him, and by extension, the political class. He said,

..ultimately, in this country, the American People have the final word, and they have got to analyze what their leaders are doing, and if they're promoting these kinda unlawful and unwise and dangerous policies, they need to be held to account, and when the political needle starts moving I think you'll start seeing politicians start changing.

Jeff Sessions, the top law enforcement officer in the Unites States of America, just said he's waiting for the American People to make these politicians obey the law. Like a true politician, AG Sessions defaults to politics.

I have a question. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, what are we paying you for? If it's our job to enforce the law, what is yours?

It appears Senator Jeff Sessions is still seated. He, obviously, doesn't even realize what he just exposed. He exposed the mindset of the deep state political class. He just described the way they think. He just described why Hillbilly didn't go to jail. The American People didn't force the issue!

Jeff Sessions has his finger in the air. He's waiting to see if this story "has legs".


Posted by Weary_Willie at March 16, 2018 9:35 PM
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Posted by: Royal Flush at March 17, 2018 6:22 PM
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Does anyone else think D.C.’s way of thinking is different than the way the rest of America thinks (bar some)?

One of the impediments to being an excellent teacher is to forget to pass on the things that are taken for granted. In manufacturing there is a thing I call “workplace amnesia”. It’s when a procedure is changed by an employee and trains new employees with the modified procedure. Second and third generation employees trained with the modified know nothing of the original procedure. The management is following the original procedure, but the employees are following the modified procedure. There’s a disconnect between management and the employees.

I think there’s a lot of workplace amnesia taking place in D.C. The D.C. establishment has been dominating the national landscape for three generations. One-hundred years of the federal government flowing from the top-down. One-hundred years of trickle-down government.

Trickle down authority doesn’t work! That’s not how the constitution was designed and it’s not supposed to be this way. The employees changed the procedure and didn’t tell management!

Posted by: Weary Willie at March 18, 2018 11:56 PM
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Great thoughts.

Posted by: DVDFAB at March 20, 2018 8:38 AM
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WW, I believe there is a reason for such madness. Heard on FOX today that the Senate requested FBI documents thru the DOJ relating to Hillary’s emails in 9/16. The request was for thousands and I think they got maybe a hundred.

Now, the Senate has again issued a subpoena for something like tens of thousands of documents re Hillary’s emails. At this time the FBI&DOJ are under GOP control. I guess we wait another six months or so …

But, I do believe it is common practice for the DOJ&FBI to ignore Congress/Senate requests as they are so bad to leak sensitive information. The Senate/Congress has lost credibility with Justice, IMO.

Leaking, IMO, has become detrimental to preferred operation of gov’t. Workers and managers throughout gov’t leak at will with little to no repercussions, nobody gets called on the carpet.

Posted by: Roy Ellis at March 20, 2018 9:05 PM
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Half way through this I thought, “This is why WatchBlog isn’t taken seriously.”.

Sorry, Roy Ellis, “You heard”, “I think”, “for something like”, “I do believe”, “IMO”!

WTF, Roy Ellis!

Posted by: Weary Willie at March 21, 2018 12:01 AM
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I submitted my post to draw a distinction between what we expect from the federal government and what we are getting in return.

Jeff Sessions is waiting for the public to bring to justice what he described as illegal behavior. In the same interview he decried illegal behavior and in his next breath said he is waiting for the voters to solve the problem.

What the hell are we paying this guy for!?

Posted by: Weary Willie at March 21, 2018 12:19 AM
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The political needle in Oakland California may be saying…oops….is definitely without a doubt saying the mayor is doing the right thing Weary. My god I feel like a conservative already. Such exhilaration using this forceful language as if I know what I am saying, yep maybe a Trump conservative even.

Most of us, as…crap…there I go again… All of us, all Americans, all the time even back in 2014, 2015 and 2016 did not want Hillary to go to jail over some trumped up email server charges. Whew that was close. Man expressing myself as if everything I say is a fact irregardless of the issues or facts is so conservative I’m afraid Hillary may go and kick Trumps a**. That is why we still talk about her so much, so all y’all will forget about Trumps crime family and focus on the past.

So Weary isn’t it blasphemy to criticize someone Trump had to pay off with political gain for doing what he wants? I mean he did stiffen the civil forfeiture laws so we can take money from people without charging them for a crime. That is good enough for the rest of us conservatives, what is your deal.

Posted by: j2t2 at March 21, 2018 1:41 PM
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W, rather than go back an analyse the each comment I’ll just sum it up in general.

Like, sometimes when writing a comment I’ll forget the exact numbers involved and if in a hurry I’ll wing it rather than spend time looking to verify information.

Being a mere citizen there are many things you can’t know but hear/read information that leads one to believe in a certain way. Just because the press reports something doesn’t make it so. But, it does bend the needle toward making it so.

Let’s do take a close look at this comment: ” Workers and managers throughout gov’t leak at will with little to no repercussions, nobody gets called on the carpet.”

“leak at will” is wrong, IMO. Better said that “workers and managers have been known to leak”.

“with little to no repercussions”. Somewhat correct but I’m on a limb with that one, IMO.


“nobody gets called on the carpet”. This is wrong in that some leakers do get caught and reprimended.

Some of it is just poor writing, not taking the time to arrange your thoughts properly, not taking the time to verify information, and so on …

Otherwise, to continue the commentary; the House Judiciary received 3000 of the requested emails between 16 and current. With this new subpoena for Hillary’s information the wait time can only be stated to be open ended.

I can state with a high level of confidence that Hillary and the missing emails will be thoroughly investigated at some point in time. The main reason for this is that Hannity/FOX has ripped the scab off this sore over and over again and the people want to know the true story.
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Posted by: Roy Ellis at March 22, 2018 5:51 PM
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Both Hannity and Sessions discussed what they called illegal behavior. Yet Sessions sits and waits for the political winds to change instead of perp walking the person out the door.

It’s the Washington D.C. Mindset. The only people who can punish them are the people that vote for them. If they lose money or support that is the punishment they fear. They apparently have no fear of going to jail, because there is no one willing to send them there. Now that I think of it Kenneth Starr wasn’t willing to have Bill Clinton go to jail for the same thing Scooter Libby went to jail for. Scooter Libby even got pardoned! He wasn’t worried about jail either.

In 1998, the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee voted to cite Reno for contempt of Congress for not turning over documents during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.[32] The full House of Representatives never voted on the resolution and the documents were turned over to the House.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janet_Reno#U.S._Attorney_General

Reno didn’t. Comey didn’t, now Sessions won’t.

Now I know why. Only donors and voters bring justice to D.C.

Posted by: Weary Willie at March 23, 2018 12:30 AM
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