Congressman’s Stunning Revelation: Sessions Won’t Prosecute Anyone

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Nothing is getting passed by our Senate. There are three hundred – that’s 300 – bills passed by the House that the Senate won’t even debate. They are just sitting there. Axios reported that Bob Corker and Rand Paul won’t vote for the tax bill. It’s doubtful the three Republicrats will vote for it — McCain, Collins and Murkowski. Tax reform is likely dead. Judge Jeanine said the people are fed up and they also want to know why Barack Obama and his administration as well as Hillary were not prosecuted.

Former congressman Jason Chaffetz’s stunning answer will send you reeling.

Maybe if we put him on a milk cartoon someone will locate him.

The Judge, who was a prosecutor as well as a judge, asked, “when you’ve got Eric Holder committing perjury and being held in contempt. You were Head of Government Oversight and Reform, correct? You guys held him in contempt, yes or no?”

Chaffetz gave an enthusiastic ‘yes’ and Judge Jeanine proceeded to her next question,”why is he not being charged with a crime?”

The former congressman said:” I can tell you that while I was in Congress and the Chairman of the Oversight Committee, I did go over and visit with Attorney General Sessions and it was one of the most frustrating discussions I had because whether it was the IRS, Fast and Furious, the email scandal that we went through, I did not see the Attorney General willing to just let Lady Justice administer justice and then follow through. I understood maybe the last six months of the Obama Administration…”

Judge Jeanine interrupted Chaffetz and asked if Sessions had a reason and did he say he would present anything to a grand jury?

Chaffetz’s stunning answer was: “No, he basically let me know he wasn’t going to pursue anything on the major cases.”

Judge Jeanine then asked: “So IRS, on the major cases? Are we talking about Hillary Clinton, because I haven’t even gotten to her yet.”

Chaffetz: “Yes, the email scandal of Hillary Clinton. We had Bryan Pagliano. I issued a subpoena for him to appear before the Committee and he said ‘No’. He didn’t even show up. We issued another subpoena. The US Marshals served it. And you know in my world, if you’re in court, I guarantee you that a subpoena is not an optional activity. We wanted the Attorney General to prosecute him and he said ‘No’.”

There you have it. Jeff Sessions is a potted plant and Trump was right again when he said he wanted to fire him.

This is the Deep State people are talking about. It’s the bureaucratic status quo.

Mark Steyn responded by saying we have a corrupt Justice Department and IRS and a new party in power that can’t clean it up.

The equality before the law issue is what the American people have revolted against, but Republicans won’t do a thing about it.

 

The Judge is worried this nation isn’t concerned about America’s constitution or the law, and it’s becoming a global society where people worry about crazy things.
Sessions was put in office to clean up and he can’t.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. There is only one alternative left and as the saying goes, it will take an act of Congress. The Congress has the power to set up a Judicial system and just as the FISA court was set up a new court that specifically deals with internal Government Corruption should be enacted.

  2. The disgraced Sessions is the most dangerous person in the administration. As a senator he said a few good things and made some good votes, but when to comes to policy, he is poor and cowardly. He has chosen to disgrace himself and the nation at the end of his career. And, no republican other than Trump will criticize him.

    • You are exactly right. I was a big Sessions fan until he actually started his new job. He immediately dropped all the Obama era corruption cases. In my book, that is the WORST thing he could have done. Even MS-13 does not pose as much of a threat as letting them go without consequence.

      Basically, Sessions is SANCTIONING the use of government power for corrupt political purposes.

      If they are not investigated, and prosecuted where appropriate, then the next administration will know they have pretty much absolute power to be corrupt.

  3. I’m not buying it. There is no way Trump wouldn’t fire Sessions if he wasn’t going to help drain the swamp. I think this is subterfuge. Yeah, Sessions himself is not going to pursue anything but I’ll be damned if there isn’t already a grand jury convened going through this stuff. Prob special prosecutor we don’t know about. Locking up Hillary is more important to me than the wall.

    • If it weren’t Chaffetz saying it, i might agree. But i am afraid that this is the swamp at it’s worse. There is an “unwritten” rule that the next administration does not go after people in the previous administration for crimes. They fear that next it will be them. The problem is, republicans seldom DO NOT police themselves, and democrats NEVER police themselves. So it’s a permanent one-way street for corruption by the democrats.

      Next democrat administration is being told by Sessions, “Use the IRS, use the ATF, use the FBI, use them all for political purposes, corrupt them as much as you want, the next administration will give you a pass.”

  4. Crabby Abbey, I too hope you’re correct. But, with all the leaking in DC, if this were the case, can’t help but think something would have been leaked by now.
    I think we’re going to need to make a concerted effort, ALL OF US, to uniformly DEMAND Sessions does his job. This is a guy who proclaimed himself a law and order devotee. He’s either going to prove that or resign.
    The American people have HAD ENOUGH of watching a judicial system about as corrupted as it could be. We are either a nation of laws which apply equally to all, or we are nothing.

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