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Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III

Friday, November 18, 2016 12:20
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(Before It's News)

Do you know what this news feels like? It feels like waking up on Christmas morning and finding out not only that Santa Claus has come, but that Santa Claus is real:

“WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump has selected Senator Jeff Sessions, a conservative from Alabama who became a close adviser after endorsing him early in his campaign, to be the attorney general of the United States, according to officials close to the transition.

Mr. Sessions was also under consideration for secretary of defense, creating debate within the Trump transition team over which job he should fill.

Mr. Sessions, a former prosecutor elected to the Senate in 1996, serves on the Judiciary Committee and has opposed immigration reform as well as bipartisan proposals to cut mandatory minimum prison sentences. …”

Renee and I were there that day in Madison, AL when Sen. Jeff Sessions endorsed Donald Trump.

For years, I hated virtually the entire Republican Party with the exception of one man, Sen. Jeff Sessions, who was the sole voice of national populism in Congress. I felt that no else in politics represented me. Sen. Jeff Sessions as our next Attorney General is a massive victory on three fronts:

1.) It is a victory for law-and-order over the anarchy that the Black Lives Matter movement has unleashed in our streets. The days of black mobs rioting and torching our cities and beating people up and pulling them out of their cars on the interstate and assassinating police officers are OVER.

2.) It is a victory for law-and-order over the “anti-fascist” movement which routinely engages in street violence, which pressures employers to engage in job discrimination, and which pressures hotels to breach contracts. There is a new sheriff in town and their days of getting away with that are OVER.

3.) It is a victory for law-and-order at the Mexican border and the beginning of a nightmare for illegal aliens and their employers. Their days of getting away with that are also OVER.

Donald Trump promised a New World Order and with this pick his base will be very, very happy.

Note: I can’t wait to open up the next Christmas present. Will it be Sheriff Joe or Kris Kobach as DHS Secretary?


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