Jeff Sessions

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Shameful Treatment of Sessions Harms Our Interests

Pete Wilson, Real Clear Politics

Calling for a special prosecutor when there is no evidence to justify it is an irresponsible ploy. Its purpose is to delay Jeff Sessions from launching needed reform for months. It is pure political obstructionism, putting party ahead of country. The American people should reject this disgraceful performance by the Democratic national leadership and demand that they honor the Constitution and the 2016 election that preserved it.

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The Smearing of Jeff Sessions

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

The media and Dems are looking to scalp Sessions not for any misdeeds but for his conservatism, and these Republican frauds are helping them. That the chattering has even turned to whether he should “resign” is a measure of the partisan hysteria of the moment. Every Dem under the sun is rushing to a microphone to call for his resignation. With a straight face, Nancy Pelosi even called for prosecuting him: “Jeff Sessions lied under oath during his confirmation hearing before the Senate.”

Jeff Sessions and the Democrats' Politburo Politics

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

Inadvertently, but perhaps inevitably, just as life imitates art, America is now imitating Russia. Our political life is beginning to resemble the Soviet Politburo, where out of favor politicians were suddenly disappeared or, at the height of the Stalin era, simply murdered.  We're not murdering anybody yet, but we're certainly disappearing them.