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Trump Tells Sessions to ‘Drop Out’ of Senate Race, Claims He has ‘No Courage’ and ‘Ruined Many Lives’

Trump Tells Sessions to ‘Drop Out’ of Senate Race, Claims He has ‘No Courage’ and ‘Ruined Many Lives’

Ann Coulter steps in, calling Trump the “most disloyal actual retard that has ever set foot in the Oval Office is trying to lose AND take the Senate with him.”

President Donald Trump went off on his former attorney general Jeff Sessions on Twitter after Sessions claimed Alabama “can and does trust” him.

Sessions is running for his old Alabama Senate seat. He will face off against former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville, who has received Trump’s endorsement.

I guess Sessions had a problem with Trump’s tweet that praised Tuberville.

Sessions responded:

Trump criticized Sessions for recusing himself from the collusion investigation. He also said Sessions “had no courage, & ruined many lives.”

Sessions pointed out that he had to recuse himself based on the law and recommended firing James Comey from day one.

Ann Coulter waded into the fight, sticking up for Sessions against Trump. She even called Trump the “most disloyal actual retard that has ever set foot in the Oval Office.”

Here are a few of her tweets. It was a long rant.


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Saw this hullaballoo yesterday…

Ann C. looking for attention much? She loved Romney, right?


Legally, or so I’ve read, Sessions was supposed to investigate exactly what type of ‘conflict’ he would have had – but no, he BAILED out because he has NO courage to fight the SWAMP he’s so cozy with…

3 years of FAKE “Russian collusion” bull hockey no thanks to Sessions INACTIONS…

Trump echos what MANY of us think about Benedict Sessions.

    Don in reply to LisaGinNZ. | May 25, 2020 at 4:20 pm

    It was Session who also recommended Rosenstein. Sessions was a deep-state plant in the Trump machinery.

      Milhouse in reply to Don. | May 26, 2020 at 2:14 am

      It was Session who also recommended Rosenstein.

      No, it was not. Sessions didn’t even know the guy until the White House foisted him on him.

    Milhouse in reply to LisaGinNZ. | May 25, 2020 at 5:18 pm

    You read wrong. The conflict was very simple: a person can’t be in charge of an investigation into a campaign that he was personally involved in.

    The only complication is that this was initially presented as not being a criminal investigation into the campaign but merely a counterintelligence investigation, in which case there should never have been a special prosecutor appointed. Once he saw that happening, and especially once he saw Mueller hiring a dozen or more lawyers, all Democrats, he should have un-recused himself and taken things in hand. Certainly once it became clear that the whole thing was a hoax, he should have done that.

      Mac45 in reply to Milhouse. | May 25, 2020 at 6:09 pm

      No, there was no reason for Sessions to “recuse” himself from any oversight of the Trump Russia collusion investigation. He was the head of the DOJ and, as such, was ultimately responsible for the actions of his subordinates. Now the head of an agency usually appoints a trusted subordinate to run a program, project or investigation. And, he can exercise only loose oversight of that operation, while allowing day-to-day management of that operation of the operation to be done by his subordinate. What Sessions did is divorce himself entirely from not only the Trump investigation but from any DOJ investigation which touched on any aspect of the Trump campaign or Presidency. He bailed on his responsibilities as AG. And, it was not required of him by any statute or official regulation.

      Jeff Sessions is an establishment politician and, in my observation, a pussy.

      What he should have done doesn’t matter. He did what he did.

      He now owns it.

      Sucks to be a sellout loser.

      Sessions was well aware of these conflicts while he was campaigning very hard to be appointed the AG. Once in, he recused himself. So why exactly did he want the job so badly only to delegate the job to someone else? This isn’t a misunderstanding. It was one of many ploys by the GOP establishment to hobble the Trump administration.

        Milhouse in reply to Pasadena Phil. | May 26, 2020 at 2:23 am

        Sessions was well aware of these conflicts while he was campaigning very hard to be appointed the AG.

        No, he was not. How could he possibly have been aware of it, when the whole Russia hoax didn’t become public until much later? How could he have known, when he was lobbying for AG, that there would be an investigation into the campaign?

        And even if he had known, why on earth would that mean he shouldn’t have become AG? How would the need to recuse himself from one insignificant investigation affect his ability to do the job? How could any AG guarantee that no investigation would ever come up during his term that he couldn’t get involved with?

          Sessions didn’t recuse himself months after being installed, it was practically part of his installation ceremony. By not warning Trump before his appointment, he stabbed him in the back. He is a first-class scoundrel and traitor. “Mr. Magoo” doesn’t properly capture the snake-like nature of this man.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | May 26, 2020 at 10:02 pm

          Wrong. Sessions took office on Feb 9, and recused himself from investigations of the Trump campaign nearly a month later, on March 2. There was no was he could have known before he took office that this investigation would happen, and would pose a conflict for him.

          But even if he had known that there would be one investigation he’d have to recuse himself from, why would that be a reason not to take the job? How did his recusal from this one investigation affect his ability to function as AG?

      puhiawa in reply to Milhouse. | May 26, 2020 at 12:09 am

      Exactly. Should have been done in a flash.

    Barry in reply to LisaGinNZ. | May 25, 2020 at 7:01 pm

    “She loved Romney, right?”

    And fatso from New Jersey. She seems to love the faux conservatives doesn’t she.

    I’m guessing she wanted some position in the Trump cabinet and Trump wisely said hell no.

    Sessions sucks: either he’s an incompetent boob, or he’s a rat.

    I don’t think he’s a boob.

    Coulter, on the other hand, has become a boob.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | May 25, 2020 at 4:07 pm

Sessions is deep state, or controlled by the Deep state by blackmail.

Ann Coulter acts as though she’s deep State controlled opposition.

Which candidate is the GOPe pushing? That will determine if Sessions drops out or not.

    Coulter seems to have forgotten (or has chosen to forget) that Trump endorses Luther Strange in the runoff against Roy Moore (that endorsement raised quite a few eyebrows). It was the GOPe’s decision to sabotage Moore’s campaign (based upon fake charges) that ultimately delivered the seat to Democrats. So why can’t Coulter reserve at least a little outrage for the way the GOPe deliberately threw away that seat?

    Coulter – like George Will and several other so-called conservatives – are self-revealed as Democrat Party shills.

      McConnell sabotaged that election.

      McConnell is par the swamp, let’s be honest. Worse, his wife is deeply entangled with the ChiComms.

      Then again, aside from a handful of conservatives, what person on House or the Senate hasn’t sold themselves to the Chi Comms?

I know this isn’t going to play on this blog, but Trump cost the GOP this seat, and looks like he’s trying to make sure it stays that way. If Tubby wins the primary, a lot of angry people will stay home – and the same goes for Sessions. Trump shouldn’t have endorsed a primary candidate either time, and both times he picked the wrong one. Vilifying Sessions in Alabama won’t win him many presidential voters, either, although there’s no way a Dem can win the state – oh wait a minute, that’s what we said about the Senate seat.

    tz in reply to txvet2. | May 25, 2020 at 4:26 pm

    villifying a traitor, a Judas, a betrayer is justified.

    Your criticism of Trump throwing Moore under the bus is justified as well.

    I hope some ditzy woman accuses Sessions of bad touch 30 years ago but Avenatti isn’t around.

    Tom Servo in reply to txvet2. | May 25, 2020 at 5:53 pm

    Tubeerville is going to do a great job as the Next Senator from Alabama!

    Olinser in reply to txvet2. | May 25, 2020 at 6:31 pm

    Is that a joke? The RINOs are the ones that cost the Senate seat, by bailing on Roy Moore in the face of the utterly LAUGHABLE sexual assault accusations by Democrat operatives.

    And of course their weakness DIRECTLY lead to the Democrats attempting the same thing with Kavanaugh.

    Sessions was a ludicrously bad AG. Setting aside the idiocy of his recusal (which he STILL REFUSES to admit was a mistake), he did nothing meaningful in his entire time in office. He limp-dicked immigration enforcement and refused to hold sanctuary cities accountable, and spent all his time dicking around with pot sentences.

    And now that he conclusively failed as AG, he wants his old Senate seat back. So he can do what, exactly? HELL no.

      txvet2 in reply to Olinser. | May 26, 2020 at 12:49 am

      Go back and read the articles here on LI during the Senate race in Alabama, and see who was screaming for Moore’s head. It wasn’t the GOPe. There aren’t enough of them on this board to make up a chess game.

    rdm in reply to txvet2. | May 26, 2020 at 8:19 am

    It’s not going to play because it isn’t true, as you know.

A master politician, Trump is not. Kind of gives new meaning to the term being your own worst enemy.

    tz in reply to Rand. | May 25, 2020 at 4:23 pm

    Why support someone who allowed a meaningless attack for over 2 years?

      txvet2 in reply to tz. | May 25, 2020 at 4:46 pm

      He doesn’t have to support him. He just needs to keep his big mouth shut and let the people of Alabama pick their own senator. I don’t disagree that the appropriate thing for Sessions to do was to resign instead of recusing himself, but that’s water over the dam. The result wouldn’t have been much different under another AG, because Rosenstein would undoubtedly have still been acting AG long enough to set up the Mueller fiasco,and with Trump’s demonstrated incompetence at picking staff, the next AG would probably have been just another establishment slug anyway. Frankly I’m shocked that he finally came up with Barr, and his reward has been constant vilification of his choice on this blog.

        Tiki in reply to txvet2. | May 25, 2020 at 6:43 pm

        I agree that Trump should stfu.

        I know you didn’t intend it to come off as such but Sessions’ “water over the dam” ruined lives, irreparably damaged our republic and darn near toppled the executive.

        Sessions fvcked all of us. Hard. He’s a quietly vainglorious f’ing loser. The hubris of it all! F Sessions. And F the filthy southern honeycake horse he rode in on.

          txvet2 in reply to Tiki. | May 26, 2020 at 12:43 am

          As I pointed out, Rosenstein would have undoubtedly been named interim AG, and events would have proceeded exactly as they did until Trump could get a new AG, and given his track record early in his administration, he would have picked another swamprat.

        Barry in reply to txvet2. | May 25, 2020 at 7:06 pm

        Trump should speak loudly and call out Sessions for what he is, a traitor. He alone allowed everything that occurred, all illegal.

        3 years of shit thrown at Trump, all lies, all illegal, and all because that pipsqueak from Alabama is a pussy or compromised.

        I’d support the devil over Sessions.

          txvet2 in reply to Barry. | May 26, 2020 at 12:37 am

          I’d support the devil over Sessions.

          Yup, just like you Trump people supported the devil over Moore, although I see some Trumpbots are trying to rewrite history and blame in on somebody else.

          Barry in reply to Barry. | May 26, 2020 at 9:03 pm

          Actually idiot, I was one of the few commenting on this blog that stood up for Moore, and I don’t even like the a**hole.

          Sessions didn’t just make a minor mistake. His perfidy allowed and encouraged a 3 year witch hunt. He should be ashamed to go out in public and you should be ashamed of supporting him.

    Reformed Trombonist in reply to Rand. | May 25, 2020 at 8:31 pm

    Guess he’s just lucky as hell.

    Rand, go back into your mother’s basement.

Ann is like the Leftists that will vote for rapist Democrats.

Ann Coulter has rendered herself irrelevant for some time now.

Sessions could have resigned.
Instead he let Mike Flynn and Roger Stone be attacked (literally latter), and twist in the wind while sitting there DOING NOTHING.
If Sessions can get either Stone’s or Flynn’s endorsement there would be a point.
Beyond that Stupid Ann doesn’t realize that if there were no Mueller constant attacks, maybe Trump could have done more. You don’t care that Trump was crippled by investigations, then complain that he doesn’t endorse the person that allowed his legs to be broken?

What was Ann’s man name?

If Coulter is going to go all H.L. Mencken on us, she’s going to have to polish up her act. Mencken could be as content-free as anybody, but he didn’t just insult and rant; he did it with unmatched style and panache.

As for Sessions, well, he was in a position to move mountains, but he didn’t do it. Maybe he was too Deep State, or perhaps simply not up to the challenge, but for whatever reason he didn’t come through when his country needed him.

    I think Coulter has realized that her generation of pundits who got headlines by flinging “zingers” is being overtaken by a new generation of pundits flinging zingers, led by Ben Shapiro. She’s desperately trying to stay relevant.

Sessions trying like Lindsay Graham, to be brave while cozy with Washington cocktail parties.

Ann Coulter/ Joe Biden 2020!

Without a doubt, Sessions is a nice man, but if you go to the dictionary and look up the word “milquetoast,” you’ll see his picture.

He is not a man of principle or a man of courage. He allowed himself to be manipulated—and manipulated badly— by members of the deep state who were his subordinates. He had a profound affect on the fist 20 months of Trump’s presidency … and not in a good way. His passivity didn’t just hurt Trump; it hurt our country as well.

Moreover, he never showed any regret, remorse, or contrition for failing to protect the guy who hired him or the rule of law. He simply hid in the corner.

Sessions is clearly one of those get along to go along types. He failed our country and he failed our presdent.

I hope the fine folks in Alabama will recognize the damage that Sessions wrought and send him packing. For him to even consider running for public office again after his disgraceful performance as AG is an affront to democracy.

Good riddance, Jeff. Get thee hence.

    tiger66 in reply to tiger66. | May 25, 2020 at 9:06 pm

    If I may, let me add that when Sessions recused himself, he handed the keys to the kingdom to none other than … Rod Rosenstein. Rosenstein is an arrogant, sanctimonious Øbama disciple of the first order.

    That in itself disqualifies Sessions from any public-sector position, up to and including dog catcher.


    I’d rather sessions be a prick and a brave patriot than a nice wimp, or stood aside and allowed traitors to put the nation through hell.

    txvet2 in reply to tiger66. | May 26, 2020 at 12:40 am

    “”He allowed himself to be manipulated—and manipulated badly— by members of the deep state who were his subordinates.””

    An interesting statement, given Trump’s actions during the current COVID insanity.

Don’t forget that a big part of the reason Sessions got the AG post in the first place was because he was the first senator, and either the first or second person in all of Congress, to endorse Trump during the GOP primary.

I have absolutely no use for Coulter, and Sessions was a disaster as AG. I love that President Trump is a fighter, but he needs to pick his battles. This just makes him look bad! Why not just endorse Tuberville, and call it a day?

    txvet2 in reply to budmania. | May 26, 2020 at 12:57 am

    Because Tubby is (allegedly) an open borders guy, and Trump claims to be opposed to illegal immigration (although, as Coulter points out, Sessions was a lot stronger on that problem). Better that he not endorse anybody and let Alabama handle their own business. I don’t care whether it’s Trump, Bush, Reagan, or Teddy Roosevelt, it isn’t the president’s place to endorse (or vilify) candidates during the primaries. The states have the right to their own choices, whether the rest of us like it or not.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | May 25, 2020 at 5:28 pm

Maybe Sessions can run in Nevada as a Democrat.

Democrat Congressman Steven Horsford Admits Sex Scandal With Ex-Senate Intern. Resignation Calls Grow.

Sessions through his actions did ruin General Flynn’s life through his recusal, putting him through 3 years of Hell. As well as the others that were caught up in Obamagate. Roger Stone being taken in on a predawn SWAT Type raid?

There is a lot of the GOP, that allowed or helped Obamagate. It’s amazing how little the GOP got done in the two years they had both houses. Molly Hemingway has a good article to this point.

On Mr. Sessions, good person and Senator, but over his head as A.G. And through his inactions, allowed evil to happen. I wish he had stayed Senator. I hope the GOP keeps the seat.

    But wait: Sessions was the driving force in going after hillary clinton for her limitess treason and corruption.

    Unfortunately, he drove off a cliff.

    txvet2 in reply to Ray - SoCa. | May 26, 2020 at 1:02 am

    The GOP can’t “keep” the seat, because the incumbent is a Democrat, thanks to those who couldn’t stomach voting for Moore. Right now, the odds are better than even that the same thing is going to happen again, in a state where a Democrat shouldn’t even be able to be elected dog catcher. In the end, Democrats always stay united, and Republicans always cut each others’ throats.

I wish men like Sessions and Moore would have the courtesy to retire from public life. But power is a very seductive thing.

Tuberville may have been a good football coach, but he comes off as a political lightweight. I wonder if he realizes that he won’t be part of the coaching staff; he’ll be the third string waterboy to men like Mitt Romney. Or that McConnell will use him like linemen use blocking dummies.

Sessions was intimidated by the devious deep state uber lawyer insiders to recuse; should have talked with President Trump, but acted on his own; led to the witch hunt.

Coulter missed the boat, and now displaying the wandering womb syndrome, ”Hell Hath no Foolishness Like The Fury of a Wrong Woman Scorned”.

(Slightly paraphrased).

According to my bro-in-law, who lives in Birmingham and is a staunch R and Trump supporter, Alabamians are not happy Trump is going after Sessions so aggressively. I sure hope Trump doesn’t doom GOP chances to flip the seat.

Sessions spent 37 years in government service and 20 years in the Senate. No one, who is not part of the Establishment or controlled by it, can do that. And, Sessions was not about to go against the Establishment in the case of DJT. As we can now all see, being a career politician, he was nit going to burn his political bridges with the Establishment as AG.

Just what we need in the Senate. Another proven spineless phony. We already have enough Democrat enablers there. We need to clean house in the Senate and retake the House in order to prevent another four-year impeachment circus and maybe even impeach Obama. Coulter can eat shit.

Reformed Trombonist | May 25, 2020 at 8:28 pm

Well, I’m sure glad Legal Insurrection allowed Ann Coulter to have her say. Wondering by what reasoning she concluded that Sessions had to recuse himself.

Two things can be true at once.
1) Sessions did a good job at the DOJ on issues he paid attention to.
2) Sessions did a lousy job at the DOJ by allowing certain things to continue without serious neutral oversight. (‘certain things’ being the unprecedented assault on an elected President by remnants of the former administration, the criminal prosecution of Flynn where he was framed and set up by the FBI. So yes, certain BIG things.)

Letting the FBI run wild without oversight was a bad decision, which let bad employees do bad things. In hindsight, canning the entire 7th floor on inauguration day would have been a magnificent decision. No notice, nothing but a cardboard box, cancelled passwords and keys, and six weeks of ‘if you expect to have a pension, you will give a full and complete briefing of all active cases you are working on to your recess-appointed replacement.’ Unfortunately, we can’t use 20/20 hindsight in the real world like the Dems seem to think it works.

Katy L. Stamper | May 25, 2020 at 8:37 pm

I’m unsurprised by the comments here, but 95% of y’all are wrong.

Sessions shouldn’t have recused, sure.

But Sessions was the ONLY senator fighting illegal aliens in the Senate. Recall the fight over SB744 in 2013. Sessions and Eric what’s his name losing, stopped it.

Tommy T. is all in for more immigration. Sessions isn’t.

“The Future Belongs to Those That Show Up For It.”
Mark Steyn

Sessions was a BAD BAD BAD BAD BAD A.G., but in a senate with only 100 members, he was a real force styming amnesties, etc.

This is what Coulter is focused on. Demography.

All the ranting above just takes our eyes off the prize: who will live in America?

Hate Jeff Sessions? Fine. Show me someone else running for the seat that will actively work to thwart amnesty for illegal aliens. It AIN’T Tommy Tuberville.

Don’t be so emotional and consequently so stupid.

That seat is a 6 year term. Amnesty could easily come up and be passed in that time. They’re constantly, constantly, constantly trying to do it.

    He was a typical RINO who waxed eloquently against amnesty and voted that way when there was no way of winning. But once the game is on the line, “crickets”. He is in the same category of almost all Republican senators which include such world-class hypocrites as McConnell, McCain, Graham and so many others. Good riddens.

    PLEASE Alabama! Vote for Tom Tuberville! The only thing worse than a Democrat is a Democrat running as a Republican.

      Katy L. Stamper in reply to Pasadena Phil. | May 25, 2020 at 9:16 pm

      You’re wrong. In 2013, amnesty was a bout to be a done deal.

      Jeff Sessions in the Senate and Eric Cantor in the House, made it a dead letter.

      Rather than spouting off, you should go do some research.

      Because if I’m right, and you’re wrong, that means so many more foreigners in America that we won’t have another GOP president, much less a Trump. Trump won by about 70,000 votes scattered in 3 states. That’s it.

      Ever look at the rate at which foreigners vote for dems and socialism? It’s shocking, really.

      Quit emoting. Start thinking. If our children and our grandchildren live in third-world squalor, it will be OUR fault.

        You are trying to dress up one issue to inflate it as his saving grace. We don’t need small-time fighters. In the biggest, most monumental opportunity in his life to make a difference in the big fight, he recused himself. Why did he want to be AG so bad only to recuse himself as soon as he is gets it?

        Benedict Arnold won bigger battles for the revolutionary cause than Sessions did on lesser issues. Yet both sold out when it really counted. Just like single-issue Coulter.

          Katy L. Stamper in reply to Pasadena Phil. | May 25, 2020 at 10:18 pm

          “Small time”?!?! “Small time”?!?!

          Whether we turn into Venezuela ISN’T a “small time” issue! It’s THE issue.

          Sessions was wrong. But he’s right on the biggest issue in our lifetimes, immigration.


          Emotional outbursts are not persuasive. As a senator Sessions was one vote. But as AG, he immediately was presented with the most important and impactful opportunity of his life. He demurred and disappeared into the crowd again.

          You are too caught up in your emotions. Your loyalty is not merited. The GOP is cluttered with spineless polymorphs who do some things right and usually talk a good game. But you are judged in the end by what you did when YOU had the chance to win the game. Those are the defining moments. Batting titles (which Sessions never ever won) don’t win championships, especially when you hit mostly singles with no one on base, are personal accomplishments that don’t get the big job done.

          If Sessions is so great, give me one example where he figured prominently in winning an important battle. There are none. He had his moment and not only failed, he chose to take a pass.

          Katy L. Stamper in reply to Pasadena Phil. | May 26, 2020 at 9:17 am

          Under Senate rules, one member is a LOT more powerful than one member on the house or in the supreme court.

          Katy L. Stamper in reply to Pasadena Phil. | May 26, 2020 at 9:18 am

          SB744 in the Senate in 2013.

          Big deal. Very big deal.

          Also, re: immigration judges in DOJ, and other immigration matters as AG, he was returning many precepts back to their original meaning and intent, turning back hoardes of people who wanted in, effectively permanently.

          I pay attention to immigration because it’s for ALL the marbles.

      Sessions failed to come to the assistance of The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. When states balked at helping they needed the AG to compel them, Sessions failed.

        Katy L. Stamper in reply to Don. | May 25, 2020 at 9:39 pm

        I didn’t catch that.

        Nonetheless, my point still holds: Bad AG, good Senator.

    healthguyfsu in reply to Katy L. Stamper. | May 25, 2020 at 10:51 pm

    No, Katy, you are 100% wrong and have been on this issue repeatedly in multiple posts.

    Neither Sessions nor Tubberville have a problem with legal immigration. They both want to curb illegal immigration. Sessions has more experience doing it; he also has more experience being a swamp creature in the executive branch and should not be rewarded for it.

    You’ve been called on this many times, repeatedly, and you continue to conflate legal and illegal immigration issues. At this point, it is deliberate and ignorant of you.

    Ok, Sessions was right – once.

    Later, he was wrong a thousand times and put the nation through hell.

    MarkSmith in reply to Katy L. Stamper. | May 26, 2020 at 12:04 am

    Coulter is a hack. She says stupid things just like a monkey writing Shakespeare.

    Like many bad picks by Trump, Sessions as AG was a bad choice.

    Lost a Senate seat over it and got no traction in his cabinet.

    I blame Trump for one of many of his poor choices.

    Session’s does not have the power anymore. This is a stupid discussion and Session should step aside.

    If Repub. loose the Senate, it is all Mitch’s fault.

    post where tuberville has indicated in some way he is “all in” for immigration.

Katy L. Stamper | May 25, 2020 at 8:41 pm

Remember, Stephen Miller came from Sessions’ office.

Amnesty, H-1Bs, all of it, bills are constantly proposed, giving more and more foreigners American jobs.

If you have a young relative just starting their employment life, you WANT Jeff Sessions in that chair. Your relative NEEDS him in that chair.

harleycowboy | May 25, 2020 at 9:07 pm

Sessions has shown his true colors many times over and it’s past time for him to go.

    Katy L. Stamper in reply to harleycowboy. | May 25, 2020 at 9:10 pm

    His true colors are reducing legal immigration and stopping amnesties.


    He endorsed Trump early.
    He worked to stop SB744.
    Stephen Miller came from his office.
    He made many changes to immigration courts to tighten up the requirements.

    Yes, he’s proved himself. BAD AG, good Senator.

    Alabama, do you REALLY want to be even MORE overrun with foreigners? REALLY?

I have to believe it was made very clear to Sessions that he wasn’t going to have Trumps endorsement, but he went ahead anyway. Well, this is what you get, Jeff. And if you think getting on the wrong side of Trump is going to win you Alabama, GL your judgement sucks. No wonder you got so completely rolled at Justice.

    Katy L. Stamper in reply to danoso. | May 25, 2020 at 9:30 pm

    We still have birthright citizenship.

    We still have H-1Bs all over the place.

    We’re still admitting 1 million foreigners a year, legally.

    So, I’m all in for Jeff Sessions, since no candidate has stepped forward for that seat that will defend Americans’ livelihoods from companies that want cheaper labor.

    Do you have any relatives that work in tech? 75% of Silicon valley’s employees are foreigners. SEVENTY-FIVE percent. And we wonder why they call patriots oddballs.

    You can be bad at one thing, yet good at another. I’m betting that is true for everyone on here.

      healthguyfsu in reply to Katy L. Stamper. | May 25, 2020 at 10:53 pm

      Legal immigrants aren’t “cheap labor” because they are entitled to the same pay rate as a citizen. Therefore, they don’t undercut American workers unless they do a job better or do a job that is hard to find work for (like manual labor).

      You continue to make crap up about this issue, day after day, month after month.

        MarkSmith in reply to healthguyfsu. | May 26, 2020 at 10:11 am

        In the technical field it is cheap labor. I watches several of my friends loose their jobs to this stupid thing called globalization only to be forced in to lower paying jobs after extended unemployment. You have no clue to the real world globalization activities. This is the Thomas Friedman Ryan Republican The World is Flat, BS that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

        Any candidate that strikes a blow to that will be good in my book. They have abused their position too long. Session shelf life has expired. We need something new.

          healthguyfsu in reply to MarkSmith. | May 26, 2020 at 2:42 pm

          Legal immigration of a productive labor force is healthy for our tax burdens.

          Younger taxpayers are what we need to import. Our birth rate simply is not keeping up with the retirement rate.

      MarkSmith in reply to Katy L. Stamper. | May 26, 2020 at 10:39 am

      Katy you did not respond to Danoso post. He does not have Trump’s endorsement. Maybe Sessions should work to get Tommy Tuberville elected instead. Then maybe he could actually be a mentor and effective.

Trump’s a fighter and willing to push back. Thats why we elected him, to finally kick the dems in the teeth (politically) Sessions should have gotten to the bottom of what was going on first, before making a decision about recusal and he should have discussed with his boss-Trump. They had a lawful right to know everything and a political right to defend his new presidency. Sessions let the dem/media complex and his own doj/fbi staff roll him into recusal. Weak, not what we wanted in as part of Trump’s admin. I don’t always like how Trump gets there, but I almost always do like the results. Sessions has had ALL this time to talk to Trump and smooth things over. He tried to be “independent” in his roll as AG (another democrat ruse) and now he’s trying to win back his senate seat “independent of Trump”. I don’t like them fighting, but its on Sessions to prove he’s learned his lesson and is back on the Trump train. Yes,it’d be nice to see Trump meet with him privately and bring him back, but that’s not Trump’s style. Ultimate responsibility for this minor fiasco falls on Sessions.

Katy L. Stamper | May 25, 2020 at 10:22 pm

I don’t give one damn if Trump and Sessions get along.

I care if we turn into Venezuela.

Trump is right to be furious.

But Trump being furious doesn’t alter the fact: unless we have immigration hawks IN THE SENATE, we are going to continue to be drowned in foreigners.

V. D. Hanson said it, and his analysis is sound: foreigners will stop coming here WHEN IT IS AS BAD HERE AS IN THEIR HOME COUNTRIES.

And unless we stop the immigration, it’s going to come to be.

Sorry, Trump, the country is more important than one big mistake.

    MarkSmith in reply to Katy L. Stamper. | May 26, 2020 at 10:17 am

    Actually two mistakes, his decision to leave the Senate and his role as AG. I like Session, but his judgement has slipped twice when we needed it.

I was always a backer of Sessions. Like him in the senate. I have wondered if his power was more wrapped up in his right hand man, Miller.

Once Miller was out of Sessions orbit, Session seem to fail.

Session was a poor choice for AG. Like many key political positions, Trump has made a lot of poor political appointments.

With the Pandemic, he continues to make poor choices. He should be rolling some heads right now.

    Yes, Trump made decisons on people who later turned out to be beholden to the Swamp, Inc. rather than to America. In other words: traitors.

    But how could he have known?? The fact remains that PDJT remains, shows this man’s genius.

    A patriot genius, too.

    We can’t blame him ONE IOTA for the people decisions he made. In a way, it’s great he made them, because it has exposed the human sh*t infesting our government that is posing as oath-taking Americans.

      MarkSmith in reply to | May 26, 2020 at 9:47 am

      But how could he have known??

      After almost 5 years of this political crap and him dealing with business for over 40 years, he should have known.

      Either he is stupid or he had to play the game to get what he needed.

      His execution sucks. From a conservative prospective, Brett Kavenaugh was not the strongest pick. I am on the fence about Tillison. Mattis did ok, but nothing that impressive, Elaine Chao – enough said here; then there is Kelly.

      MarkSmith in reply to | May 26, 2020 at 10:01 am

      But how could he have known??

      After almost 5 years of this political crap and him dealing with business for over 40 years, he should have known.

      Either he is stupid or he had to play the game to get what he needed.

      His execution sucks. From a conservative prospective, Brett Kavenaugh was not the strongest pick. I am on the fence about Tillison. Mattis did ok, but nothing that impressive, Elaine Chao – enough said here; then there is Kelly.

      As for Fauci, come on man.

Final verdict: his fault, not his fault: Sessions is tainted.

Move aside.

Some have at first for wits, then poets pass’d /
Turn’d critics next, and prov’d plain fools at last;

– Pope

every time I read something that ann coulter wrote all I see is a huge throat. go away coulter, your act is old. I can’t remember the last time she said anything profound.

sessions blew it, pure and simple and the country paid the price for 3 years of stupidity. I was actually surprised he had the nerve to enter the race.

Sessions is and always was a RINO of the first order.
When Trump nominated him as AG,I knew there wasn’t going to be any swamp draining as Sessions is a waste.

Roy Moore is a charlatan who emotionally manipulated too many of my fellow Alabamians to advance himself politically. Setting the Ten Commandments monument up in the dead of night was an obvious ploy (google it). He did some goofy crap. I was glad to see him come in so far behind in the Republican primary.

In many ways I like Doug Jones because how he thinks but he’ll never stay a senator from Alabama for two reasons: He favors abortion and he votes with the other Dimocrats in the Senate. He honestly has the state at heart, but it’s too bad he’s not more independent. I’ll regret having to vote for his opponent this fall.

Sessions was in some ways acceptable as a senator but he’s part of the Washington establishment. It’s time for him to retire.

This leaves Tuberville who will soon face Sessions in a runoff. In some ways he’s an unknown but so was Trump. The fact he retired to Florida (what the hey – millions do) doesn’t bother me as long as he represents Alabama’s interests in the Senate. We got turnover when Jones was elected, just not exactly as we wanted it, but the alternative was being humiliated by Roy Moore’s antics and NOBODY with a brain wanted that embarrassment. Now we can “do turnover” again and, hopefully, do well with it.

    Katy L. Stamper in reply to DSHornet. | May 26, 2020 at 9:23 am

    Moore believes in the Constitution.

    I’ll take his “antics” over Doug Jones any day of the week, and 20 times on Sunday.

    He would FIGHT for American rights. The rest, Pffffttt, no, not at all.

    Just nice sound bites.

    Roy Moore has American grit in him.

      MarkSmith in reply to Katy L. Stamper. | May 26, 2020 at 10:29 am

      Moore was an amateur in a professional fight. He may have been principled, but lacked the talent to beat the media.

      People need to remember, Trump won because people wanted to change things and hated Hilary.

      Will trillions of more debt and a stupid pandemic that we shut down our economy over (when we did not do that for the 100 K dead Hong Kong Flu). Trump is skating on thin ice.

      The GOP screwed up 2 years of majority. Why? Voting Dem is bad news, but the GOP is not delivering the groceries and I don’t see that changing.

Phuck Ann Coulter and Jeff Sessions.

Ann, Jonah, Beck, etc.

Trump is the Scooby Doo President. He always manages to get people to eagerly rip off their masks and fess up their motivations.

That’s right! I only support the Uni-party Republicans! I have for decades. If it wasn’t for that meddling Trump!!

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.