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Attacks on Jeff Sessions hit rock bottom with spy recruitment innuendo

Attacks on Jeff Sessions hit rock bottom with spy recruitment innuendo

Sessions met Russian Ambassador with two senior staffers present, just like all Russian spies?

In a post two weeks ago, I suggested that Trump was being put on trial in the media based on fact-less innuendo, The fact-free Intelligence Community-Media trial of Trump by innuendo:

I don’t know whether Donald Trump or his aides had any improper contacts with Russian Intelligence officers.

Neither do you, or the media. The Intelligence Community might know, but they have provided zero facts either officially or through leaks to prove any improper, much less illegal, conduct took place.

Instead, we have trial by innuendo based on there being “contacts” between Trump campaign aides and Russian intelligence….

In this fact-free environment, imaginations and malicious intentions can run wild. We have round-the-clock media and social media speculation and frenzy throwing around terms like impeachment, treason, and so on.

It is, in some ways, worse than harmful facts, because there is no clear accusation against which to defend, and no factual basis upon which the public can judge.

Since that time, the innuendo campaign has intensified, and reached its pinnacle overnight accusations against Jeff Sessions and his meeting with the Russian Ambassador. Kemberlee and Mary covered earlier why the allegations of perjury or lying are wrong.

But there’s a worse smear being stoked.

One implication of this frenzy is that the Russian Ambassador was a spy recruiter and that’s why he met with Sessions.

Here’s what CNN reported:

Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador, is considered by US intelligence to be one of Russia’s top spies and spy-recruiters in Washington, according to current and former senior US government officials.

Russian officials dispute this characterization.

Get it, the clear implication is that Sessions met with a spy recruiter.

Which was then widely shared on Twitter.

The ACLU picked up on the suggestions:

According to The Washington Post last night, Sessions spoke at least twice with Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the US who is reportedly a top spy recruiter for Russia, when he was a senior member of the Armed Services Committee as well as an early and trusted adviser to the Trump campaign. One of the encounters was a September meeting between the two men in Sessions’ Senate office.

As did The Daily Beast, Did Sessions Meet With a Spymaster? Questions Swirl Around Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak.

According to Sessions, when he met the Russian Ambassador in early September at Sessions Senate office, there were two senior staffers in the room.

Sessions repeated the statement about staffers being present on Tucker Carlson tonight.

The presence of the staffers is easily verifiable. The fact that we have not yet heard any “leaks” that Sessions was lying about the staffers being present is telling.

That’s quite remarkable, isn’t it? A supposedly secretive meeting in which it is implied that something improper took place taking place in the presence of congressional staffers. Because that’s how the Russians recruit spies, right?

There is a concerted effort to pick off Trump advisors, and to freeze the administration with leaks and innuendo.

Unless the media and Democrats come up with more than innuendo, I think they will pay a price. They should.


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Russia didn’t hack the elections. The Democrats did by letting in tens of millions upon tens of millions of illegal aliens and 3rd world legal immigrants to ethnically transform the United States of America.

    n.n in reply to BillyHW. | March 2, 2017 at 9:55 pm

    Ah, yes. Waging social justice, committing elective regime changes, and denying responsibility are first-order causes of catastrophic anthropogenic immigration reform. It is also a cover-up of the collateral damage in the wake of catastrophic anthropogenic climate change in disrupted nations, abortion fields, and a trail of tears from Benghazi to Damascus to Kiev.

    n.n in reply to BillyHW. | March 2, 2017 at 10:00 pm

    Their presumption is that through decimation of communities, disruption of families, and denying traditional loyalties, we will not know war anymore, as people cannot effectively mount a resistance. Perhaps they are right. Unfortunately, their strategies including: [class] diversity, denying life unworthy, selective exclusion, and progressive wars, leaves a lot to be desired, and casts doubt on their virtuousness of their motives.

And Trump allows Session’s to neuter himself in response to these false allegations. The head of the DOJ is going to clean house? Ha!

    Sanddog in reply to MSO. | March 2, 2017 at 11:30 pm

    I’m sure here was a lot of pressure from Congress for the recusal. Why anyone would take the advice of that spineless bunch of cowards is beyond me. It’s time to start circling the wagons and preparing for battle. The left is going to take down the entire republican party if they refuse to fight back. Cowards like McCain and Graham aren’t safe from them either. No republican should appear on any cable or network news show that is working for the DNC. The WH needs to cut off their access. Let them froth at the mouth and get more hysterical until you can’t distinguish between Meet The Press and the Rachel Maddow show.

      snopercod in reply to Sanddog. | March 3, 2017 at 8:16 am

      The left is going to take down the entire republican party if they refuse to fight back.

      That’s the money quote right there! Like Rush said yesterday, “The Republicans have learned NOTHING over the past 30(?) years. Once they accept the premise of the enemy, they’re done for.” Come to think of it, though, Ayn Rand wrote essentially the same thing in her 1960 essay, Conservativism, an Obituary.

    HarrietHT in reply to MSO. | March 3, 2017 at 12:25 am

    That term “neutered” seems to be the meme sent out to trolls today in order to create yet another false narrative. Reminds me of the VFNMedia all having the identical talking points on the various Sunday “news” shows. Neutered here, neutered there, everywhere neutered neutered. The gig is up; give it a rest

    AG Sessions is anything but neutered.
    Rather, he’s busy at the DOJ doing his job, which I think is what has sent the criminals into such a frenzy.

      MSO in reply to HarrietHT. | March 3, 2017 at 1:21 am

      “Rather, he’s busy at the DOJ doing his job, which I think is what has sent the criminals into such a frenzy”

      I thought that this morning, but this afternoon I heard him say he’s not going to be doing his job anymore. So if any evidence turns up in the Russia scam, Sessions isn’t going to handle it, nor is he going to assign it to somebody else.

      As the Attorney General of the United States, his job is to run the DOJ, not just to sit back and let Obama’s embeds handle the DOJ as they have in the past.

      If Sessions isn’t going to run the DOJ, then he ought to resign and Trump can get somebody in there who isn’t intimidated by the wacky left and can do the whole job that so badly needs doing.

They totally ignored the real collusion, caught on video with audio for all the world to see & hear: “I’ll have more flexibility after my re-election.”

They can take their outrage and SIWTSDS… Bunch of shameless, evil hypocrites.

    Milwaukee in reply to Daiwa. | March 3, 2017 at 1:03 am

    Milhouse. Please set Daiwa straight on this matter. Since the election is over you probably have loads of flexibility yourself.

    puhiawa in reply to Daiwa. | March 3, 2017 at 1:05 am

    That was the decimation of our nuclear weapons as the same time Russia increased their own.

The baby hunt began with Trump. He stood his ground and confronted the abortionists. Other Republicans did to varying degrees. We’ll see if Trump will waver or persevere as the scalpels are drawn to cannibalize his administration.

This is truly pathetic

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | March 2, 2017 at 10:08 pm


Pakistani Suspects In House IT Probe Received $4 Million From Democrat Reps

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    How is that relevant to anything? This is not a national security issue, it’s just an ordinary theft. There’s no indication that these alleged thieves had access to any state secrets.

      Milwaukee in reply to Milhouse. | March 3, 2017 at 1:01 am

      Milhouse. Don’t you see. Sessions is such a brazen mole that he meets with the Russian-spy-recruiter-in-chief right in front of two staffers in broad daylight. Talk about thumbing his nose at America and the whole “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happyness” stuff.


      Halfway through typing what sure to be a stinging rebuke to Milhouse, I realized, by gum, he is probably right. (She is probably right? Ze is probably right? Whatever.) That the Democrats for years have paid millions to Pakistani nationals, who are probably Sharia-believing-Mohammedans, to run their IT network and compromise national security has nothing to do with Sessions brazenness*. Nothing. Nothing to see here. Perhaps Milhouse should report notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital to the Professor for trying to hijack the thread. Tell me, notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital, do you know people who have made thousands selling junk on the internet? Why don’t you tell us about them as well, you thread hijacker you.

      *Not Islamophobia. Totally not. A phobia is an irrational fear. I know those boys want me dead. I wear a crucifix so when they come looking for Christians it will be easier for them to identify me as such. You remember the guys beheaded on the beach for being Christian? One didn’t belong, wrong color. Even the Bishop said ‘we didn’t know who he was’. But after watching the others being beheaded for Christ, when they got to him he had a good answer. He said something about, ‘Whatever they have I want too.’ and was promptly martyred.

      Satire, folks, satire. Sarcasm involves rending raw flesh.

Oh look. Dozens of democrat collude with Russian sy at Trump’s speech.

Ah. So that’s why the Russian foreign ministry is all upset. It’s one thing to assume, as a matter of course, that an ambassador is part of a nation’s intelligence gathering by virtue of reporting that which he sees and hears… failure to do so would be strange for any diplomat. But this? Open accusations of being a spymaster? That’s definitely new.

legalizehazing | March 3, 2017 at 12:44 am

Is this their 2018 strategy??? That’s a pretty dangerous bet.. Especially because the facts are out there.. they’re jumping the shark with this stunt…. mainly because it’s clearly specious and contrived

So did Obama, Clinton, or Kerry ever meet with the Russian ambassador?

    Milwaukee in reply to malclave. | March 3, 2017 at 1:08 am

    Malclave: have you not been warned? Suggesting President Barack Hussein Obama might have done something maybe inappropriate is racist. Somebody should report you to the Professor. The nerve.

    Clinton collected millions for speeches for the foundation. But the Clinton Crime Family Foundation did not collect one red cent for anything that was illegal. Unethical and immoral, maybe. But illegal, no.

The American media has infantilized itself. Just like the Democratic Party.

I think the question is, puhiwa, why is the media colluding so much with the Democrats?

Why it’s almost as if we are back in 2016 with the media actively working to support HiLIARy???


A secret spy recruitment meeting between one of the best known US Senators and the Russian Ambassador, held in the Senator’s very public office in the Senate Office Building full of other Senators, hundreds of staff members, press and members of the public?

Just exactly how stupid do the Democrats and their media cronies think the American public is?

Hmm … this “spy recruiter” attended Trump’s address to congress, and sat with the Democrats. I sure hope that no Democrat talked to him. ツ

With all the fake news uproar over Attorney General Sessions meeting with the Russian ambassador, perhaps this photograph provides some ‘nothingburger’ perspective:

Just last Tuesday night Ambassador Kislyak attended President Trump’s speech to a Joint Session of congress. The Russian ambassador was noted in numerous conversations with Senate Democrats and was seated on the Democrat side of the venue.

The fact-free Intelligence Community-Media trial of Trump by innuendo

After the NYTimes story yesterday, I’m beginning to doubt that this has anything to do with the “Intelligence Community”.

Instead, with Obama distributing intelligence to a bunch of surrogates, this is The fact-free Obama Surrogates-Media trial of Trump by innuendo

assemblerhead | March 3, 2017 at 7:41 am

The next target is showing up already in the crosshairs :

You have to get to the last bit of the article to find out that what he did … was NOT illegal.

Bucky Barkingham | March 3, 2017 at 8:22 am

The LibDem attack dogs and their FakeNews enablers will never relent. Now we have war hawks McRino and Gramnesty jumping on the band wagon to denounce Sessions (and weaken Trump). Sessions has already buckled under the pressure by saying he will recuse himself from any DOJ investigation of these lies. How soon before he caves and resigns? Long years as a Roll-Over Party Senator has made giving in a part of his DNA. Trump should have chosen Christie.

Hot News Flash !! Trump seen putting Russian dressing on his salad at dinner, details to follow.

NEWS FLASH: The identity of the two other staffers at the meeting has been revealed. Their names are:

Moose and Squirrel.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming. (/snark)