- It would seem AG Jeff Sessions perjured himself. The ACLU is already seeking an investigation on the charge. Yes, Sessions met with 25 other Ambassadors, but forget? In his position, as an attorney and a former member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, he understood what was being asked of him during the confirmation hearings. So, to meet with Sergey Kislyak twice in 2016 as a Trump surrogate in foreign affairs and claim amnesia is a hard sell.
- December 29, 2016: Remember Obama’s massive firing of Russian diplomats for alleged involvement in U.S. elections before exiting stage left? Well the 35 folks expelled were part of Ambassador Sergey Kislyak’s team.
- Gen. Flynn Gets Fired: Kislyak chatted with Flynn before the inauguration to discuss Obama’s Dec. 29th actions. Intel agencies have also intercepted a handful of chats between the two. The retired general was cozying up to Putin before joining the Trump team. See photo below.
- Both sides of the aisle apparently experience memory loss after a meeting with the Ukraine-born Sergey Kislyak, who was Moscow’s deputy minister of foreign affairs before taking the post of U.S. Ambassador in 2008. Hmm, wonder if Kislyak has sway?
- History: Leaks could arguably be the last resort within government unrest and an out-of-the-know Press. Pressure will mount for his resignation. If Trump wants this to “go away” he will need to say bye-bye to AG Sessions.
- And let’s not forget, Sessions heads the FBI, DOJ and is the chief law enforcement officer of this country. See photo of Obama’s brief Sept. 2016 meeting with Putin.
It’s a matter of time. Recommendation: Click on the links!
Below: A retired Gen. Flynn–the “lock her up” man–still doing our bidding? Dec. 15th. Right before inking his book deal–Field of Fight: How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and its Allies.
Below: Pictures, a thousand words, and our former President’s disposition.
Vladimir Putin talks to Barack Obama during a meeting at the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China, on 5 September 2016. Photograph: Alexei Druzhinin/Sputnik/Kremlin/EPA
Below: Today’s ACLU Statement