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Sessions Is Compromised: Here's Why

Sessions Is Compromised: Here's Why
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, with Deputy U.S. Atty General Rod Rosenstein. (AP)  

By    |   Tuesday, 01 May 2018 01:12 PM

Yesterday, The New York Times reported that U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his prosecutorial staff had issued a series of 44 questions to President Trump, which they hope to ask him at an interview in the near future.

While the president would be foolhardy to agree to this, as Mueller’s intent, as I have said for many months, is only to work The Donald into a perjury trap, the leaking of these proposed questions not only supports my claims that the special counsel has acted criminally by disclosing grand jury information into the public domain, but that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is fatally compromised and must be immediately removed from his post as the head of the Justice Department.

Here is what The New York Times disclosed with regard to Sessions, "The open-ended queries appear to be an attempt to penetrate the president’s thinking, to get at the motivation behind some of his most combative Twitter posts and to examine his relationships with his family and his closest advisers. They deal chiefly with the president’s high-profile firings of the FBI director and his first national security adviser, his treatment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and a 2016 meeting between campaign officials and Russians offering dirt on Hillary Clinton."

…"Many of the (leaked) questions surround Mr. Trump’s relationship with Mr. Sessions, including the attorney general’s decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation and whether Mr. Trump told Mr. Sessions that he needed him in place for protection."

Michael S. Schmidt, "Mueller Has Dozes of Inquires for Trump in Broad Quest on Russia Ties and Obstrution," New York Times, Page 1, April 30 and Updated on May 1, 2018.

It thus crystal clear that Sessions is at least a subject if not target of Mueller’s criminal grand jury investigations. As such, this explains why the attorney general has been inert, if not buried his head in the sand, and thus has refused to fire U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who has "rubber stamped" anything that Mueller and his leftist prosecutors want — including the raid on the offices and residence of President Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen.

This also explains why Sessions will not name a second special counsel to commence grand jury proceedings into the alleged criminality of the Clintons with regard to their use of the Clinton Foundation to allegedly shake down donors in enterprises like Fusion GPS, Uranium One, and a host of others.

And, it explains why the alleged criminal misuse of the intelligence agencies by former President Barack Obama and his henchmen former Director of National Intelligence and former CIA Director John Brennan are "off limits" when it comes to federal law enforcement.

Finally, it also explains why Sessions had been such a failure in monitoring and stepping in meaningfully to redress the misconduct of his own department and its FBI, which involves the actions of former FBI Director James Comey, former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, and former FBI General Counsel Jim Baker, the later of which covered up unconstitutional mass surveillance by the agency and the CIA and NSA.

Any inspector general investigations, which do not have prosecutorial powers, into these serious matters, are just a smokescreen to for Sessions to in effect do little.

The point is this: Sessions knows that if he pushes too hard on Mueller for his illegal grand jury leaks and other misconduct, the alleged crimes of Comey, the Clintons, Obama and the former intelligence chiefs, that he will be either indicted himself, or he will be irreparably smeared by them, ending his career and perhaps destroying his personal life.

They undoubtedly have collected "dirt" on him, as they have others who may seek to hold them legally accountable, which will fly out of government files if the attorney general actually does his job!

Having been exposed as fatally compromised, for the good of the nation Attorney General Jeff Sessions must now either be fired or resign. His exit from my alma mater the Justice Department is no longer even debatable, for the good of the country and to restore integrity and restore an equal system of justice, rather than an unequal one for the elites of our nation’s capital — who are presently above the law — and another system of justice for the rest of us!

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Larry Klayman, founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, is known for his strong public interest advocacy in furtherance of ethics in government and individual freedoms and liberties. To read more of his reports, Go Here Now.

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions must now either be fired or resign. His exit from the Justice Department is no longer debatable, for the good of the country and to restore integrity and restore an equal system of justice, rather than an unequal one for the elites of our nation.
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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 01:12 PM
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