TRUMP TO GET RID OF RAT JEFF SESSIONS - WARNING ISSUED TODAY
Jeff Sessions - Has he always been a Rat?
Sessions is doing nothing, really, that Trump wants, and he tweeted his complaints about inaction on several fronts. We see this as a warning shot, either get with the program or quit, and if you don't quit, then the famous Trump line shall be put forward. At the end of the day, we give long odds for Sessions surviving more than two more weeks.
These are interesting times to be alive. Donald Trump, no matter whether you are for or against, has definitely stirred the pot.
Some people don't respect him at all, but then again, many of those same people would pick Trump to lead them into battle, or back them in a fist fight. Sorry, Bernie and Hillary, it is no contest.
When it comes to drugs and marijuana, Donald Trump has been consistent in his stance, that is until he appointed the seemingly honest - and dated - Jeff Sessions. Trump has repeatedly said since the 1990's, that drugs should be legal and that the War on Drugs is a joke, quote unquote. He said that legalization would take the profits out of the hands of organized crime. And Donald knows organized crime, for it is impossible to be a builder and casino owner in New York and Atlantic City without negotiating with the mob and their trade unions.
CNN and the major mainstream media now speculate that Sessions is on the chopping block. In our opinion, this is not fake news, which is so common these days. Sessions has done a great number of things contrary to Donald Trump's agenda. Sessions wants to ramp up the War on Drugs, has failed to investigate Clinton, Comey, Lynch on many inproprietaries, among other sorted details.
Under the Trump administration ruled illegal a non-intoxicating ingredient found in select marijuana types, CBD or Cannabidiol , a non-psychoactive ingredient - cannot get anyone high to be a Schedule I drug (same category as heroin). CBD has no demand as a street recreational drug and had gained fame for it's ability to stop seizures in epileptics. There are no incidences of lethal overdose using CBD what so ever, and it's become a popular medication for children especially, while heroin, opiates and derivatives like fentanyl kill tens thousands, yes tens of thousands across the country every month.
Given that more than 75% of Americans are for marijuana legalization, Trump will never be reelected if he keeps Sessions and his outdated War on Drugs. The war costs, perhaps more than one hundred billion dollars, in actual and social costs. No joke. After fifty years of dumping money into the war, marijuana is by far the largest cash crop in the United States, by a wide margin and opiate overdose deaths have skyrocketed. All the while real drug issues are swept under the carpet, medical marijuana is demonized, by Jeff Sessions and a very small minority of Americans.
THE GUN IS LOADED - YOU COULD BE FIRED
Donald Trump's seems to be ready to broadcast his famous line, "You're fired." Contrary to the stereotype, Trump does not want to fire anyone, and has been exceedingly patient and hand's off in dealing with his people. But the rubber is hitting the road, with Sessions and many others, who sit in stagnation or don't tow the party line, or should we say, the Trump Army's line. The old Republican guard, the swamp creatures just won't work with Trump on Tax cuts, Obama care recorm, or marijuana.
Like no other, Jeff is pissing off Trump voters, his power base that brought him into office. Sessions is, in effect making Trump a liar.
Michael Flynn, Trump's national security adviser, was let go only after he miscommunicated to Vice President. White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned, but some say that despite his poor performance, there was another role set aside for him. Trump did fire FBI Director James Comey, but then again, after all the spin, most everyone wanted him gone or at least they said so at some point.
Back to Trump's Tweet
"So why aren't the Committees and investigators, and of course our beleaguered A.G., looking into Crooked Hillarys crimes & Russia relations?"
It is clear that Sessions is in deep trouble. While marijuana is not mentioned, we think that Trump will indeed rock the world, and announce the rescheduling of marijuana and Federal action to get out the States dealings with marijuana.
"Sessions should have never recused himself, and if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job, and I would have picked somebody else." - Trump
With this comment, Trump is clearly disagreeing with Sessions behavior from the get go.
"So many people are asking why isn't the A.G. or Special Council looking at the many Hillary Clinton or Comey crimes. 33,000 e-mails deleted?"
Sessions inaction is obviously due to his connections and obligations as a long time politician in Washington. These obligations are obviously contrary to the wishes of the commander and chief, and the American people, especially in the case of medical marijuana and the War on Drugs, where the mandate of the people is loud and clear.
Kaitlan Collins of CNN, cited two sources, indicating that Trump and Sessions haven't spoken since Trump bashed him in the Times last week.
So Trump wants Sessions gone, but it appears to us, both the alternate media and the corporate mass media say that he does not want to use the guillotine, he'd rather Sessions resign. They could kiss and makeup, but, like we said, Sessions is in the pay of other contrary forces. So, Trump will likely make life difficult for Jeff, while Jeff probably does not give a shit and will continue his disastrous performance - or nonperformance (as far as Trumpsters go), until Trump says..
"You're Fired, you stinkin rat."
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President Donald Trump has spoken with advisers about firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, as he continues to rage against Sessions' decision to recuse himself from all matters related to the Russia investigation.
The president's anger again bubbled into public view Monday as he referred to Sessions in a tweet as "beleaguered." Privately, Trump has speculated aloud to allies in recent days about the potential consequences of firing Sessions, according to three people who have recently spoken to the president. They demanded anonymity to discuss private conversations.
Once in America, we had a presumption of innocence. Now all it takes is the feds having a 'suspicion' for them to take your stuff.
Oh, he doesn’t call it that. He calls it “civil forfeiture.” But what it is, is theft by law enforcement. Sessions should be ashamed. If I were president, he’d be fired.
Under “civil forfeiture,” law enforcement can take property from people under the legal fiction that the property itself is guilty of a crime. (“Legal fiction” sounds better than “lie,” but in this case the two terms are near synonyms.) It was originally sold as a tool for going after the assets of drug kingpins, but nowadays it seems to be used against a lot of ordinary Americans who just have things that law enforcement wants. It’s also a way for law enforcement agencies to maintain off-budget slush funds, thus escaping scrutiny.
It sure looks like President Donald Trump is waging a deliberate public campaign to push his own attorney general to resign.
In a remarkable Monday morning tweet, Trump openly mocked Jeff Sessions, calling him “beleaguered,” and asking why he wasn’t looking into “crimes” supposedly committed by Hillary Clinton.
Trump took on Sessions in an interview Wednesday with The New York Times, criticizing the former U.S. senator and early Trump campaign supporter for recusing himself from the FBI investigation into possible ties between Trump’s campaign and Russia.
Trump called Sessions’ decision to step aside “very unfair to the president” and added that he would have chosen someone else to lead the Justice Department if he’d had any inkling that Sessions would take such a step.
It’s no secret that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) isn’t a huge fan of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Warren vocally opposed Sessions’ nomination and has continued to speak out against him.
But the Democratic lawmaker took her criticism one step further on Monday, saying that Sessions “needs to be fired” if allegations that that he lied under oath during his confirmation hearings are true.
“He needs to be fired. He needs to be taken out of that job,” she told David Axelrod, who was an adviser to former President Barack Obama, on his podcast. “If you’re not going to be honest during your confirmation hearing, then you ought to be gone.”