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Jeff Sessions Destroys Comey ‘Obstruction of Justice’ Narrative

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What have we learned from the Jeff Sessions testimony?

There was no collusion between Jeff Sessions and the Russians.

Most importantly, he outlined under oath why James Comey was fired.

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“Feinstein: “Do you really believe he was fired for cause?”

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Sessions: “It was my best judgement that a fresh start was needed at the FBI.”

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“Rosenstein’s letter dealt with a number of things. When Comey declined the Clinton prosecution, this was a usurpation of the authority of the DOJ. A stunning development. The FBI is the investigative team, they don’t decide prosecution policies,” Sessions said.

“He also commented at some length on the declination of the Clinton prosecution, which he should not do. Policies are set. If you decline, you decline, you don’t talk about it,” Sessions said.

When questioned about the meeting with Comey where Trump asked everyone to leave the room, Sessions also provided a clear, concise answer.

Sessions: “There is no prohibition against one on one speaking with the President. Comey has done it a half dozen times in the past, with President Obama.”

“He could have complained to me or the deputy at any time.  He did not.  Nor do I suspect that he would cave under any sort of pressure,” Sessions said.

Senate Intelligence Committee vice chairman Mark Warner was very concerned that Jeff Sessions *may* have been in a VIP reception with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, without disclosing it.  Why is it a problem to speak to the Russian Ambassador during a VIP reception?  Why must every Republican mentally track every conversation they have ever had with a Russian?  Because we are living in a Neo McCarthy era where Democrats are searching high and low for a crime.  They have co-conspirators, The Russians.  No specific crime, just that ‘The election was hacked’.

Sometime Macedonian trolls are blamed.  Now we see that voter registration databases were accessed.  Perhaps if the NSA under Barack Hussein Obama spent more time on national security and less time spying on every American via PRISM, our systems would be secure.

Feinstein, Warner and the other Democrats tried their best to paint Russian spies at every doorstep.  It failed.

Instead we have Jeff Sessions, a stalwart alpha male, in stark contrast to the betas and sheep of The Hill, stating clearly and directly that there was absolutely no collusion.

The conversation between Senator Wyden of Oregon and Jeff Sessions was a treat. Wyden tried to portray Sessions as “Stonewalling,” to which Sessions replied, “I was following the historic policies of the Department of Justice.  You don’t walk into any committee meeting and reveal conversations with the POTUS, who is entitled to receive confidentiality. I will push back on your accusation of stonewalling.”

“Secondly, perhaps he didn’t know, but I basically recused myself the first day I got into office.  I never accessed file, never asked for any documentation, what little I received was already in the media,” Sessions said.

Wyden: “Respectfully, you are not answering the question.

Sessions: “What is the question?”

Wyden: “The question is Comey said that there were matters with respect to the recusal which were problematic and he could not talk about them.  What are they?”

Sessions: “Why don’t you tell me Senator Wyden?  There are none.  I can tell you that for absolute certainty.  This is a secret innuendo being leaked about me, and I’m trying to do my best to give truthful answers in any committee I have appeared before and it’s really a suggestion through innuendo that I have not been honest about matters.”

Wyden: “Why did you sign the memo when it violated your recusal?”

Sessions: “It did not violate my recusal.  The letter that I signed represented my views that had been formulated for some time.”

Wyden then went on to grandstand about how this answer did not pass his “smell test” because of various tweets.

We have seen Jeff Sessions, a man of integrity speak.  The truth was heard and recognized by those that chose to listen.

The “Russian narrative” is fiction. Written to distract Democrat voters from the fact that the DNC was corrupted by the Clintons, who ran the “worst campaign in modern history.”

There was no collusion between Trump and Russia. There is only a witch hunt.

Then we heard much bluster from Sen. Heinrich who tried to get Sessions to reveal private conversations with President Trump, to no avail.

Heinrich tried to blame Comey’s firing soley on “The Russian Narrative”.

Then came the facts.

Sessions:  “On May 3rd Comey testified that he agreed with his handling of the Clinton matter.  His declination to prosecute.  Something that most professionals in the Department of Justice disagreed with. That the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Investigation does not decline criminal cases. Pretty breathtaking usurpation of the responsibility of the AG.  That’s how we felt. We had concern that someone heading the FBI had boldly asserted the right to continue these decisions.  That is what we discussed.  It was in the memorandum.”

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Buffalo Police Officers are Back on Payroll After Encounter with Far-Left Activist Who Took a Fall

This is good news for the rule of law.

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Buffalo, N.Y. officers Aaron Torgalski and Robert McCabe, who were suspended last month following an encounter with a left-wing agitator, are back on payroll despite being hit with felony assault charges.

Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn Jr. filed the charges to appease the mob, but law enforcement has stood with Torgalski and McCabe. Hundreds of cops have lent their support to the duo, and a petition in favor of their reinstatement has been signed 2,700 times. Capt. Jeff Rinaldo confirmed on Monday that the men are back on the city’s payroll.

57 Buffalo police officers resigned from the city’s Emergency Response Team after Torgalski and McCabe were suspended for attempting to keep the peace against the mob.

“Fifty-seven resigned in disgust because of the treatment of two of their members, who were simply executing orders,” said John Evans, president of the Buffalo Police Benevolent Association.

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The fake news media rallied around 75-year-old Martin Gugino after he did his fall following a police encounter at a Black Lives Matter (BLM) rally last month. However, President Donald Trump never bought the hype, suggesting in a controversial tweet that Gugino staged the incident to demonize law enforcement.

Former FBI agent Gary DiLaura echoed the President’s sentiments, saying that Torgalski and McCabe showed impressive restraint while dealing with Gugino as he accosted them.

“I can’t believe that they didn’t deck him. If that would have been a 40-year-old guy going up there, I guarantee you they’d have been all over him,” DiLaura said.

“He absolutely got away lightly. He got a light push and in my humble opinion, he took a dive and the dive backfired because he hit his head. Maybe it’ll knock a little bit of sense into him,” continued the ex-fed, who has trained Buffalo police on proper defensive tactics when dealing with threats.

“These cops were acting how they have been trained to act. There’s no way they are going to be convicted of assault,” DiLaura added.

Gugino also has a long history of arrests due to his left-wing activism. He has a long record of being involved with illicit and unlawful demonstrations but was ultimately shielded for the consequences of his behavior because of lax criminal justice policies.

Buffalo reinstating pay for Torgalski and McCabe is a good sign for the rule of law, but they must be exonerated completely for justice to truly be served against the left-wing mob.

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