By Kelleigh Nelson:
Jeff Sessions needs to say “no more Mr. Nice Guy” and get back to running the Justice Department…
When you’ve made a mistake, admit it and be sorry. No one in history has ever choked to death from swallowing his pride. Anonymous
The Art of the Deal
Our President is the very definition of the American success story. Donald J. Trump is street smart, and a real scrapper when it comes to deals, and he has proven that over and over again in business. His book, Art of the Deal, one of 15 best sellers, makes his business acumen clear, but it’s time he stops publicly attacking the one man who supported him from the very beginning.
As I stated in my last article, our President and our Attorney General need to meet in the White House residence over dinner for a one-on-one chat regarding Sessions’ recusal. Jeff Sessions is a man who is honorable and by the book, and he obviously thought he was doing the right thing, but now he needs to undo his mistake to save the President from Mueller’s witch hunt.
Tom Fitton Says Un-Recuse
Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch has publicly stated that our Attorney General can legally un-recuse himself from the Russia election investigation and fire Robert Mueller. Link
Fitton says that Sessions probably thought he was recusing himself from a limited set of circumstances. He said, “You can’t have an attorney general that is unable to manage the largest case known to the public that is going on in the Justice Department. Now they have moved beyond Russia and are investigating everything.”
In lieu of a finite charge, Sessions could have delayed recusal and would be on solid legal ground, contends Ken Boehm, chairman of the National Legal and Policy Center, a government watchdog group. Boehm said, “I think the world of Jeff Sessions. I think he’s a good man. But, if you look at every other incident, people in positions at Justice in the past administration wouldn’t do it because they would fear a fishing expedition. Before Sessions recused himself, he should have called for an actual crime, a statute. He would have been on firm legal ground.”
On July 24th, Trish Regan interviewed Fitton on Fox Business and asked Fitton why Sessions isn’t being more aggressive.
Fitton stated, “Because he has recused himself from this key rule of law issue, which is the investigation of what went on during the Obama administration, with respect to how it handled the Clinton investigations, and now this whole Russia collusion scandal which has metastasized under a rogue prosecutor into an investigation into anything this prosecutor wants to investigate. You know, the president has a right to expect that his attorney general and his appointees are going to supervise prosecutors appropriately, and that is not happening here.
And he is not really answerable to anyone, Mueller isn’t, which raises constitutional concerns, but you know, just from a practical perspective, who is running the show at Justice Department? This is a major investigation that is being done without any adult supervision, and there are other investigations that many expect to have been done that the administration — the Justice Department is AWOL on.
He can un-recuse himself. I think he was cornered into recusing himself initially, I think he inappropriately recused himself and he should fix the situation and start running the Justice Department and taking control of these investigations as appropriate.”
Ann Coulter Agrees, Un-Recuse
Back on June 12th, Ann Coulter appeared on Sean Hannity’s program before Jeff Sessions upcoming testimony, and stated unequivocally that AG Sessions should come out swinging and defending his meetings with the Russian Ambassador, while making the case for dissolving the FBI’s Special Counsel investigation headed by former FBI head Robert Mueller. Link Watch the video of her interview with Sean.
The only reason Sessions recused himself from this investigation was because he met with the Russian ambassador which every senator has done. The democrats do as well, but the media has an agenda that certainly doesn’t include the truth.
Coulter states, “Claire McKaskill was tweeting out about her meeting with the Russian Ambassador. Dianne Feinstein – there are pictures of them all meeting with the Russian Ambassador. There is nothing improper about Jeff Sessions meeting with the Russian ambassador, and on that, he recuses himself and they demand a special counsel on the false claim, which Comey allowed to sit out there, that Donald Trump himself was personally under investigation.”
She continued, “Sessions has got to say the entire point of having an independent counsel has evaporated with James Comey’s reluctant admission that Trump is not under investigation – so he’s not recusing himself, he’s firing Mueller. The only possible downside is that the media will be hysterical! Will anyone notice the difference? They’ve been calling for Trump’s impeachment before he was sworn in!” Link
Coulter and Limbaugh agree and both say the same thing we all say, that Republicans are instinctive losers; they never fight for what is right and they should never apologize or back down. And that includes Sessions!
Ann was right then and she’s right now. Attorney General Jeff Sessions needs to un-recuse himself and fire Mueller.
President Trump, you need to meet one-on-one with your Attorney General and stop allowing this disagreement to be public. And the Attorney General needs to step up, and tell the public that his recusal is being withdrawn and he’s immediately firing Robert Mueller and the dozens of Clinton/Obama supporting lawyers Mueller has hired. He also might consider firing Rod Rosenstein for even appointing someone like his buddy, Mueller.
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