Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III

Do you know what this news feels like? It feels like waking up on Christmas morning and finding out not only that Santa Claus has come, but that Santa Claus is real:

“WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump has selected Senator Jeff Sessions, a conservative from Alabama who became a close adviser after endorsing him early in his campaign, to be the attorney general of the United States, according to officials close to the transition.

Mr. Sessions was also under consideration for secretary of defense, creating debate within the Trump transition team over which job he should fill.

Mr. Sessions, a former prosecutor elected to the Senate in 1996, serves on the Judiciary Committee and has opposed immigration reform as well as bipartisan proposals to cut mandatory minimum prison sentences. …”

Renee and I were there that day in Madison, AL when Sen. Jeff Sessions endorsed Donald Trump.

For years, I hated virtually the entire Republican Party with the exception of one man, Sen. Jeff Sessions, who was the sole voice of national populism in Congress. I felt that no else in politics represented me. Sen. Jeff Sessions as our next Attorney General is a massive victory on three fronts:

1.) It is a victory for law-and-order over the anarchy that the Black Lives Matter movement has unleashed in our streets. The days of black mobs rioting and torching our cities and beating people up and pulling them out of their cars on the interstate and assassinating police officers are OVER.

2.) It is a victory for law-and-order over the “anti-fascist” movement which routinely engages in street violence, which pressures employers to engage in job discrimination, and which pressures hotels to breach contracts. There is a new sheriff in town and their days of getting away with that are OVER.

3.) It is a victory for law-and-order at the Mexican border and the beginning of a nightmare for illegal aliens and their employers. Their days of getting away with that are also OVER.

Donald Trump promised a New World Order and with this pick his base will be very, very happy.

Note: I can’t wait to open up the next Christmas present. Will it be Sheriff Joe or Kris Kobach as DHS Secretary?


18 Comments

  1. @Mr. Griffin…

    Sir, will you please employ your connections to get it to Mr. Bannon to ask the president to unfund the SPLC?

    At the very least, it will spare the noble sacrifice of some fine Klansmen from having to do a partial job.

  2. Buchanan could still be on his national security advisory team. Pat would be a good voice for non-interventionism and repairing relations with Russia.

  3. No, gay marriage will be staying. A very large number of Southerners now support it; also, Trump is very pro-gay. This victory was made possible by abandoning unhelpful social policies like abortion and gay issues. Let’s not return to embracing what was previously costing us victories.

  4. 1. Kobach for FBI director. 2. Floating the idea of Kobach for AG makes it more likely for Sessions to be approved by the senate because many consider Kobach to be the more extreme of the two. Trump could always go Kobach if Sessions is cheated out of the position.

  5. I remember that statement. What happened, though, did he end up cucking or did he stick to his guns?

  6. Oh, shut the fuck up, silvio. I’m tired of hearing from you. What do you want me to do? Give those stupid Tucker Carlson posts a thumbs up? You should be asking what the persons who are wasting your time with such posts are doing around here.

  7. I don’t understand why you don’t just fuck off and stop hassling people over minutiae. It’s all you do. I can recall nothing of substance you’ve ever said, and I strongly doubt I’m alone in that. It’s good that you’re concerned about our collective racial interests (supposedly, anyway), but if all you’re going to do is bitch and moan, I don’t see what good you are to anyone.

  8. Congratulations, Southrons!

    I never saw Mr. Sessions or knew who he was before I watched him endorse Mr. Trump at the Alabama rally and fell in love with this man’s unassuming manner, his gorgeous accent and sweet smile. (I know, splashing in the shallow end). But I started researching him and following his television appearances whenever he is on. He impresses me as a great American with much integrity. I believe he would be a huge asset to President-elect Trump’s team wherever he is placed. Hunter, I share your hopes that he is our next Attorney General so he can help restore some law and order and end all the third world banana republic corruption in this country.

    Yay, Trump and Go, Jeff!

  9. I’ve been a fan of Jeff Sessions since he was a frequent guest of Lou Dobbs when he was still on CNN. He’s the greatest patriot in Congress.

  10. You may be right, Mr. Point; you may not be.

    Mr Trump will not decide the issue of gay marriage, Mr. Point, but ,the states who will sue against it; and with Alito, and Thomas (both having spoken out against the court’s overriding of the states on this issue) receiving reinforcement from those news States’ Rights justices which Mr. Trump is planning on appointing, it will be likely revoket, in The South and much of the Midwest and Plains’ States.

    Now, as to your notion of leaving New England values in the place of Southern values, in The South, for fear of ‘losing again’ – I cannot think of anything remotely positive about that.

    People uset to tell me when I was a kid : ‘better do as everyone else does, or you will be rejected and talkt about, and girls won’t love you, and you will get no work.’

    Like all the lectures about Trump never being able to win, never being able to campaign as he did, and still win, it has not proven to be true.

    We have already seen what leaving ‘civil rights’ in place has done to The South, and, most especially to the negro community.

    The notion of beginning another failed social experiment, when the failures of the previous have not yet even been addresst, is not a recommendable path, not in the least.

    Furthermore, the notion of equal rights to unequal people, following unequal life paths is New England style thinking; (anti-God, anti-nature, anti reality, anti-traditional, anti-gender, anti-race, anti-diversity) and, thus, most folks, in Dixie, will not cotton to it – outside of the Yankee occupied federal fort immigration cities.

    Southerners believe in diversity – all people unequal,, thus, all paths must be so held. Do this, you reap that; do that, you reap this.

    Moreover, Sir, I don’t base my values on what will win or lose, but, what is right – and we, of The Traditional South, have our own time-honoured views on that, which we will not relinquish to Northern RINO culture.

    Gays have a place in The South – always have had; but, gay marriage does not, never will.

    Gay marriage, like hammering in the heads of fetuses, or letting our daughters think it is okay to ‘date’ negroes, is NEVER going to be alright in The South.

    Be that as it may be, Mr. Point, I thank you for your thoughts, and pray that you are not in the Carolinas.

  11. ‘This victory was made possible by abandoning unhelpful social policies
    like abortion and gay issues. Let’s not return to embracing what was
    previously costing us victories.’

    After pondering this a little further, I would like to say that this statement is incredibly incorrect, Mr. Point.

    First of all, your ideas, of not advocating our social order – in order to maintain political power – is the Yankee RINO establishment way, and, speaking of that…

    Of 16 candidates, in the GOP primary election, 14 advocated variants of your views. They were soundly trouncet by both Trump and Cruz, and now Trump is president-elect.

    Mr. Trump achieved all this by ruffling feathers, and by three issues : race (immigration) economick (trade) and social values (future jurisprudential appointments)

    This whole election was a repudiation of what you advocate, both in policy and strategy.

    If we had followed your advice, Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush would now be waiting to take office – and the victories you refer to, would be, at best, a four year future hypothesis.

    I hope it is not lost on you how much race figured in this election, because most people I know voted for Trump, because he is planning on defending White Civilization, instead of advocating for a New South Africa- Western Arabia, here.

Comments are closed.