By: Red Pill | 12-17-2017 | News
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AG Jeff Sessions DEFENDS Corrupt FBI Agent Peter Strzok: It's Time for Sessions to Go

Today we've learned that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has defended the corrupt Clinton puppet and now disgraced FBI Agent Peter Strzok, which means it's time for Jeff Sessions to go.

Now hear me out: I'm an Alabama voter, from Jeff's city of Mobile, who loves and knows Jeff Sessions personally. We attended the same church, and he's a man of strong traditional values and morals, who I hold a great deal of respect for.

Despite this, “America First” means exactly that and even with my Alabama bias, I cannot, and will not support Jeff Sessions remaining as Attorney General after today's revelation that he defended FBI Agent Peter Strzok.

Do I believe Jeff Sessions is a good man? I <i>know</i> he is. Loving father, husband, and community member who represents everything about a Christian that I find to be worthwhile in the sanctity of America.

Now I'm going to repeat Jeff's remarks several times, because they're so preposterous.

When questioned about a need for a<a href=""> second special counsel to investigate the Justice Department</a>, Jeff Sessions response, was actually quite tone-deaf and that's me being friendly about it, with the Attorney General saying, “Sometimes things that might appear to be bad in the press have more innocent explanations, so fairness and justice should also be provided to our personnel.”

“Innocent explanations” Jeff?

Peter Strzok sent multiple text messages, while he was investigating Hillary Clinton for Federal Crimes, and she could have easily become the damn President of the United States of America, saying things like “America will get what the voting public deserves” and “God Hillary should win. 100,000,000-0.”

Is that an “innocent explanation” Jeff? What about these messages Jeff?

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Strzok/Page texts obtained by Fox's <a href="">@JakeBGibson</a> - August 2016<br><br>"PS – Just went to a southern Virginia Walmart. I could SMELL the Trump support…<br><br>LP – Yep. Out to lunch with (redacted) We both hate everyone and everything."</p>&mdash; Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) <a href="">December 13, 2017</a></blockquote>

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More “innocent explanations” as well, Jeff?

What about the texts as Lisa Page said to Peter Strzok, “God, it’s just a two-bit organization. I do so hope his disorganization comes to bite him hard in November.”

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Strzok/Page texts obtained by Fox&#39;s <a href="">@JakeBGibson</a> re: Trump campaign July 2016<br><br>&quot;LP – God, it’s just a two-bit organization. I do so hope his disorganization comes to bite him hard in November. <br><br>PS – It HAS to, right? Right?!? Panicked&quot;</p>&mdash; Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) <a href="">December 13, 2017</a></blockquote>

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In which he replied to her, ”It HAS to, right? Right?!? Panicked.”

This was the <i>number two in charge of Hillary's criminal investigation</i>, that should have sent her to prison, sending Anti-Trump messages. There's no way to misunderstand this Jeff. None.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Strzok/Page texts 10/20/16<br><br>PS - I am riled up. Trump is a f*cking idiot, is unable to provide a coherent answer.<br><br>PS - I CAN&#39;T PULL AWAY, WHAT THE F*CK HAPPENED TO OUR COUNTRY (redacted)??!?! <br><br>LP - I don&#39;t know. But we&#39;ll get it back. …</p>&mdash; Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) <a href="">December 13, 2017</a></blockquote>

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He even went on to spew his outright hatred of Trump, Mr. Attorney General. Unless you're blind, there is no “innocent explanation”.

You have Senator Chuck Grassley pointing towards the notion that the Justice Department Inspector General is investigating whether Andrew McCabe should have recused himself from the Hillary Clinton email probe, since Andrew McCabe’s wife took donations from Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, a Clinton ally, when she ran for a Virginia state Senate seat.

There's literally actual evidence, that the people in charge of investigating Hillary Clinton, and covering up her crimes, were on her payroll.

What more do you need Jeff? No, the media isn't just making things “appear to be bad in the press”, and no, the truth does not “have more innocent explanations”.

You have to go Jeff. This was supposed to be the leading criminal case, unbiased, into criminal activity.

This very same man went on to get a plea agreement and a confession from a lifelong patriot in General Michael Flynn.

No Jeff. No. I have no idea if you even understand the implications of this.

Throw that into the cauldron along with the fact that the<a href=""> Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr </a>was demoted for his ties to Fusion GPS and you don't just have a case, you have a volcano heading towards eruption; but the Attorney General says there's “innocent explanations”. No Jeff. No.

Now, with all due respect to Jeff Sessions (and I do respect him greatly) there's no other way to look at this, and there is no “Innocent explanation” to this.

The fact that Hillary Clinton, a Federal Criminal, and Barack Obama, a former President of the United States of America who's also a Federal Criminal, should be in handcuffs, and that Peter Strzok,<a href=""> number two FBI Agent in charge of her email investigation </a>not only assisted in covering up Hillary Clinton's server case, in which he actually changed James Comey’s phrasing of the crimes committed by Hillary Clinton, but then continued to investigate the Trump's whole team while maintaining this bias.

They both worked together for personal profit to sell<a href=""> America's Uranium components to Russia</a>, where the Clinton Foundation personally received well over $220 million dollars, all while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, and Barack Obama signed off on the order.

To Make matters worse (this isn't just an innocent explanation, Jeff, you must not see how bad things really are), Robert Mueller, who Rod Rosenstein appointed, has a career of criminal-like behavior,<a href=""> including covering up murders committed by the FBI Mafia informants</a>, that sent four innocent men to prison when he was an acting US Attorney in Boston, which in turn cost $100 million to taxpayers, later receiving a promotion to the FBI as Director when 9/11 happened,<a href="> later lying about “Weapons of Mass Destruction” that took America into the Iraq war</a>, and even later,<a href=""> as revealed by Wikileaks Cables, show that Robert Mueller personally has ties to Russia </a>when he hand-delivered Highly Enriched Uranium to Russia.

For those who don't know, the delivery of the Highly Enriched Uranium to Russia, means that Robert Mueller should have been disqualified as per federal law from ever being a “Special Counsel” overseeing the Russia investigation, combined with the fact that he has a personal relationship with James Comey.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-conversation="none" data-lang="en"><p lang="und" dir="ltr"> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; TruthInGovernment (@TruthinGov2016) <a href="">July 30, 2017</a></blockquote>

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So there is no doubt, as<a href=""> I've reported multiple times now</a>, that Robert Mueller overseeing the investigation into Russian ties (which is a complete farce to begin with) is a terrifying tragedy.

There's no four-dimensional chess angle to Sessions recusing himself, which is what led to Mueller's appointment to begin with.

If anything that was a Globalist chess move, where they forced their Sessions into check by eliminating his capabilities of even performing his full duties as Attorney General.

It's the brutal, hard truth that some people don't want to admit. It's also why President Trump was furious about the recusal, and rightfully so.

The Democrats and their Globalist handlers forced Sessions into agreement of recusal during his confirmation hearings, because of two key reasons.

One, those leading Democrats all knew that both the Obama Administration, and the Clintons, as well as their handpicked puppet Robert Mueller had ties to the Russian Uranium One deal, and that by removing Trump's attack dog in Jeff Sessions it would shield them.

Two, preventing Jeff Sessions from being able to investigate anything in regard to Russia they could save the Obama Administration and the Clinton Campaign from being implicated in the fake Trump Dossier’s funding and creation, which is what Barack Obama used, after it was financed by Hillary Clinton, to obtain FISA warrants and wiretaps to monitor the Trump Campaign pre-election as well as it being used again to monitor the Trump transition team before his inauguration.

This is how they took down General Michael Flynn, in part, because Peter Strzok was their Clinton Puppet inside the investigation and interrogation process.

If James Comey hadn't been fired by President they'd have likely went after Don Jr. for the meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya, who we were able to prove was a Deep State plant tied to both Fusion GPS and the Obama Administration.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Here&#39;s a photo of Natalia Veselnitskaya sitting w/ an Obama Ambassador 8 days after her meeting with Donald Trump Jr<br>Deep State plant? <br> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Red Pill (@IWillRedPillYou) <a href="">July 12, 2017</a></blockquote>

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The Deep State, Globalist Coalition amongst the Special Counsel had intended to link Donald Trump Jr. To Veselnitskaya, and it was foiled by investigative journalism.

So yes, some wrenches have been thrown into the wheels of their plans, but it all could have been avoided entirely had Jeff Sessions not recused himself and forced him to be chained to a short leash as Attorney General, leaving puppet Robert Murray to continue to attack the Trump team including Michael Flynn.

It's also the result of investigative journalists that uncovered FBI Agent Strzok’s text messages that showed his Anti-Trump bias, which has exposed both<a href=""> Peter Strzok and his own wife's attempts to remove their ties to the Democrats</a>, shed light upon Andrew McCabe, and even Robert Mueller himself to entirely new levels as the<a href="">entire investigation begins to crumble. </a>

Just last week Jeff Sessions responded to the ever-increasing pressure from Trump Supporters to launch a second Special Counsel, stating “I've put a Senior Attorney, with the resources he may need, to review cases in our office and make a recommendation to me, if things aren't being pursued that need to be pursued, if cases may need more resources to complete in a proper manner, and to recommend to me if the standards for a special counsel are met.”

Just stop already. The fact that there even has to be a single Special Counsel due to his recusal to begin with, and now we're talking about appointing a second Special Counsel to investigate the first Special Counsel, as if this is some kind of soap opera, is outright both a waste of millions of taxpayer ads and an embarrassment to our Department of Justice.

You know how it all could have been avoided? If Jeff Sessions had not recused himself. Don't forget this crucial point folks. This investigation and all the controversy surrounding it is a total sham and its making a mockery of our system.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions could have just resigned, and we wouldn't be in this predicament to begin with, okay? I love Jeff and I respect him but dammit guys, this is a joke right now.

The Attorney General (one who had not recused himself) could have very easily used what we already know about the Clintons paying Fusion GPS (foreign spies) to interfere in our election to take her down.

Now there's a third party (really a Globalist Puppet) River Mueller in charge who's never going to touch her himself.

Then the fact that Barack Hussein Obama used the fraudulent Dossier to wiretap a political opponent's campaign as he did with the Trump's, is also a serious crime.

An untethered Attorney General could have ended all of this and brought forth charges, including the fact that the Justice Department under Loretta Lynch met with Bill Clinton on the tarmac in the infamous meeting, where it's almost a guarantee that's where they discussed using the Dossier (remember this is fake, foreign intelligence) to obtain the wiretaps to give Hillary Clinton an advantage (there are so many felonies that have been committed just because of this Dossier it's unbelievable).

At this point it's become so much of a sham that even Fox News (who really are weeks behind investigative journalism) has Jason Chaffetz agreeing that it's time for Jeff Sessions to go.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">.<a href="">@jasoninthehouse</a>: &quot;I think it&#39;s time for [Jeff Sessions] to go.&quot; <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Fox News (@FoxNews) <a href="">December 16, 2017</a></blockquote>

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It would have helped had he went back to Alabama prior to the Alabama Senate Special Election, and he'd have crushed Doug Jones even though it's very likely the Democrats ran their dirty tricks in that race to help steal it from Judge Roy Moore.

Not to get too far off topic, but we know the Democrats registered convicted felons in Alabama, we know almost every accusation against Roy Moore was bogus and could be proven as wrong, and we know there is some evidence of Democrats coming in from out of state to vote en masse to vote into Alabama; but the fake news smears against him turned off a lot of voters who would have otherwise turned out to vote.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">And that my friends, is how Democrats roll. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Red Pill (@IWillRedPillYou) <a href="">December 14, 2017</a></blockquote>

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Jeff Sessions would have won that election hands down, and there's no debating that argument; he'd have won in a landslide.

Jeff Sessions, with these statements now, have shown how out of touch he is.

Innocent people's lives have been destroyed for simply supporting the President of the United States of America, such as Michael Flynn, and likely more would have followed if not exposed.

Actual criminals are still free, in part due to Jeff Sessions’ recusal.

Find another job for Jeff Sessions. We need a real Attorney General, and Jeff cannot fulfill his duties because of the recusal.

That's what this boils down too, and his ignorance in the statements in regard to Strzok confirm this.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I love Jeff Sessions.<br>Attended church together in Mobile. I know he&#39;s an honorable, moral family man w/ strong traditional values.<br>BUT<a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#AmericaFirst</a> means exactly that.<br>Recusal = he&#39;s chained on a leash.<br>Defending Peter Strzok?<br>Final straw.<br>Sorry Jeff.<br>You Have to Go Back.</p>&mdash; Red Pill (@IWillRedPillYou) <a href="">December 17, 2017</a></blockquote>

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16 Comment/s
Bill S. No. 14136 2017-12-17 : 11:04

I love all of your work @IWillRedPillYou. This is one of your best yet. You clearly and concisely laid out the case for Jeff Sessions to un-recuse himself and fire Mueller, Rosenstein, McCabe, Ohr et al. He can't resign now because then Rosenstein would be in charge and he is either stupid and blind or part of the problem. I figure the latter. Keep up the good reporting.

Anonymous No. 14143 2017-12-17 : 15:05

The problem now is going to be that msm hasn't said shit about the emails and texts let alone play Gowdys ripping apart of Rod the other day. But I'll bet they all cover the duffer saying "don't look here, nothing to see here, it's Russia's propaganda absolutely no bias in the investigation, oh look that guy asked a woman out 20 years ago let's get that animal" time for Sessions to retire.

Sam Dennis No. 14160 2017-12-17 : 19:14

The problem with Sessions is that he was appointed by Trump out of loyalty without regard for his ability to lead an agency such as the DOJ. Sessions may have the necessary legal experience, but when all is said and done, he does not really have a leadership personality. He is NOT an Alpha Male, which is what the DOJ needs to operate as a fair and unbiased Justice Agency. Clinton42 and Bush43's disappointing AG appointments and Obama's wimpy Eric Holder and the preposterous Loretta Lynch prove the point that a truly strong leader is more than ever needed. It's not acceptable to have a rogue DOJ and FBI!

Southern Gentry No. 14164 2017-12-17 : 19:59

In retrospect, President Trump was wrong to appoint any sitting Republican Senator to his cabinet. The lack of Republican Party cohesiveness and the slim majority position of Republicans in the Senate, have proven an enormous obstacle to implementing Trump's

legislative agenda. That said, AG Sessions now finds himself in the same position as President Trump. He was rendered impotent to intercede in all matters relating to Hillary Clinton during the confirmation process, is unable to intervene in any matter closely relating to Mueller's investigation due to his recusal. He did not appoint Mueller, and cannot fire Mueller without fear of Congressional reprisal in the form of (politically charged) impeachment proceedings against President Trump. This begs the question for all political pundits and Trump supporters: Is firing Mueller and company worth the possible impeachment of President Trump? I think not…

jpass No. 14165 2017-12-17 : 20:08

Perhaps Sessions can run in 2018 for his old seat,resign now to prepare

SkipBreakfast No. 14167 2017-12-17 : 21:51

I was hoping that he is just waiting on the IG reports conclusion to clean house but my confidence in that is fading FAST.

Jon Franks No. 14170 2017-12-17 : 22:54

Red Pill

" Robert Mueller, who Rod Rosenstein appointed, has a career of criminal-like behavior, including covering up murders committed by the FBI Mafia informants, that sent four innocent men to prison when he was an acting US Attorney in Boston, which in turn cost $100 million to taxpayers, later receiving a promotion to the FBI as Director.> "

This is the first time that I've read where someone actually wrote about Mueller's malfeasance in the case of the 4 men who were sentence to life in prison over the murder of Teddy Deegan in a Chelsea, MA alley in 1965.

This story is a lot deeper and shows how Robert Mueller has zero regard for the law. Of the 4 men who were convicted and sentenced, two of them died in prison before they could be exonerated. At first, they were all sentenced to death but Massachusetts did away with capitol punishment in 1972.

As US Attorney for Massachusetts, Mueller had exculpatory evidence that would've freed all four men. The guy who actually committed the murders, Joe Barboza, of New Bedford, MA told the Suffolk County, MA DA, The Massachusetts State Police and the FBI that it was he who killed Teddy Deegan in that alley back in 1965.

Mueller didn't care and he held back this knowledge. This is who Mueller really is. A man with a total disregard for the rule of law and justice. Here is another story from the Boston Globe where Mueller was interviewed. Pay very close attention to Mueller's comment at the end of the article, it's sickening.

Greg No. 14172 2017-12-17 : 23:49

Independent journalist along with Judicial Watch and Wikileaks are the only reason we know anything. Thanks for the info.

El Bro No. 14174 2017-12-18 : 00:13

Defending Sessions is defending a criminal that obstructs justice.

He is helping traitors that should be put to death imo, yet instead sessions covers up their crimes and this article covers up for sessions calling him a good man. pssssh

tina johnson No. 14178 2017-12-18 : 01:11

Perhaps it's time to question whether or not Jeff Sessions from the beginning was part of this attempt to impeach and remove Trump.

Arnold No. 14181 2017-12-18 : 02:21

Sessions is a swamp man he's gotta go noe

Dan No. 14182 2017-12-18 : 02:30

Sessions sadly has been compromised or threatened and is no longer of any value as A.G.

and now is actually dragging the country down with his non actions.

Gotta go Jeff!

How about Rudy?

Ralph No. 14183 2017-12-18 : 06:06

He is just incompetent, I don't care if he was a Senator, he is simply not an administrator.

Anonymous No. 14195 2017-12-18 : 10:53

Let him finish out the year and appoint him to a knew position. Then bring in a real b*ll buster

peinal No. 14216 2017-12-18 : 14:26

I completely agree. His not going after the Uranium deal scam by Clinton is when he lost my support.

Sessions Gotta Go No. 14230 2017-12-18 : 18:09

I think Sessions has been a card carrying member of the deep state for a long time. Apparently all his anti-immigration blasphemy was an orchestrated and rehearsed act as his part in our corrupt congress theatrical production. Apparently Jeff may have been a plant to appear to be loyal to Trump so he could dig dirt. From what little I know about Jeff Sessions past, it is highly likely that he is trying to cover something up himself and doesn't want this investigation to go forward as he will be exposed. Yes, I was told by a local Alabama businessman that the way he raised money to win his seat was by getting a lot of the state's bigger farmers in a room and threatening to sue them under EPA laws unless they provided funds for his senatorial race. Not sure how true that is, but seeing what I have now, could be very true.

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