While I still feel like the Jeff Sessions recusal earlier this year was one of the dumbest things ever done by the Attorney General throughout his long career, my worries are actually slightly tamed after today’s excellent testimony in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Sessions’ statements were clear, concise, and straightforward all across the board, and while we didn’t really get to see fireworks and fiasco like those during last week’s hearings involving the World’s Tallest Cuckold, there were a few highlights that will hopefully one day go down in American history.
Like the chastisement of Oregonian Jew Ron Wyden:
And the show of superior White intelligence against hysterical Mystery Meat Kamala Harris – be careful, Donald, because I see her possibly running in 2020:
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday forcefully denied he engaged in any collusion with Russian officials during the campaign, calling such a suggestion a “detestable lie,” while saying he did not recall having a third undisclosed meeting with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
“The suggestion that I participated in any collusion or that I was aware of any collusion with the Russian government to hurt this country, which I have served with honor for over 35 years, or to undermine the integrity of our democratic process, is an appalling and detestable lie,” Sessions said as he testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Sessions also pushed back against the idea that he had more meetings with Kislyak, after having been forced to clarify remarks from his confirmation hearing in January that he did not have communications with Russian officials during the campaign. Two previous meetings with Kisylak surfaced earlier this year, but Sessions said on Tuesday he doesn’t remember any further encounters, including an allegation he met with Kislyak in April 2016 at the Mayflower Hotel, which hosted a foreign policy speech by Donald Trump.
“I did not have any private meetings nor do I recall any conversations with any Russian officials at the Mayflower Hotel,” Sessions said.
He later elaborated that a brief interaction with Kislyak may have occurred, noting that “I may have had an encounter during the reception” but that would’ve been the extent of any communication.
See, this is the only thing that seriously worries me about Sessions – he’s too honest of a man and too committed to his faith in certain situations.
And while we should obviously aspire to be truthful and pious individuals in certain circumstances, there really ought to be an understanding that when up against the Jew and Communist, all bets need to be off the table.
To fight them, one must be as ruthless as is physically and mentally possible – smash them at their own game or you risk being outmaneuvered and destroyed.
Sessions denied on Tuesday that he stayed silent when Comey urged him never to leave him alone again with Trump — testifying that he urged the FBI and Justice Department officials to follow proper protocol in their communications with the White House.
That directly counters Comey’s testimony from last week, when the ex-FBI chief said Sessions had no response when he told the attorney general that him being left alone with Trump was inappropriate and should not happen. A Justice Department spokesman rejected Comey’s account following the June 8 hearing.
“He didn’t recall this, but I responded to his comment by agreeing that the FBI and the Department of Justice needed to be careful to follow department policies regarding appropriate contacts with the White House,” Sessions testified.
Comey is a liar, and he most certainly perjured himself during his testimony last week.
If I were Sessions and/or Trump, I would unleash the full weight of the Justice Department on the gargantuan coward, and push for his immediate arrest and prosecution – unless he divulges the names of those undermining the current regime, that is.
Sessions also said Tuesday that he would not claim executive privilege as he testifies “because that is the president’s power.” But he added that he would abide by longstanding DOJ practice to shield his discussions with Trump.
“I cannot and will not violate my duty to protect confidential communications with the president,” he said.
Sessions refused to answer a pivotal question from Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.): whether he discussed Comey’s handling of the investigations into the Trump campaign with the president prior to the FBI director’s dismissal.
“I’m not able to discuss with you or confirm or deny the nature of a private conversation that I may have had with the president on this subject or others. I know this will be discussed, but that’s the rules that have been adhered to by the Department of Justice,” Sessions said.
These Jews will try, try, and try again in their mission to break this government – Sessions did very well in deflecting the nonsense back without releasing information that could potentially be used against him and the President in the future.
And on and on the testimony went (you can watch it in its entirety below), but I suppose what we saw today was the best possible outcome with the cards we had on the table.
Nothing was botched, and nothing was left open for further inquiry, although my prediction is that nothing will go away, and we’ll continue to hear agitation until the cuckservatives get torn to shreds next year, and a Democratic majority pushes impeachment.