The Sessions Scenario: Destroying Justice

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, III, the 84th US Attorney General

Amid the flurry of activity at the Senate over repeal/replace, the Congressional investigations of the Trump clan coupled with those of the Special Counsel, scary announcements about North Korea, the ban on transgender soldiers and the president’s politicization of the Boy Scouts comes yet one more headline-grabbing conundrum: the Sessions scenario.

We all know – the president is displeased. He’s complained about his Attorney General for days in a scourge of tweets and words filled with character digs and dares. The press and pundits are all over this newest burp in the Executive branch. Will he fire Sessions? Will the 70-year old AG resign? What happens next? How would this conflict affect the probes into the Russia connection? So many questions, such drama, so much motion without movement. Continue reading “The Sessions Scenario: Destroying Justice”


Be Skeptical Advises Deputy AG Rosenstein

In a terse warning issued late Thursday evening, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein sought to brace American readers from unsourced articles (leaks) originating anywhere from anyone.

“Americans should exercise caution before accepting as true any stories from anonymous “officials,” particularly when they do not identify the country – let alone the branch or agency of government…”

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