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Into the lion’s den: Senators, Sessions joust in DC Swamp showdown

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The nation’s top law enforcement officer testified Wednesday at a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill, as part of the committee’s regular oversight.

Attorney General Jefferson B. “Jeff” Sessions, a past member of the committee, testified for the first time as the leader of the Department of Justice.

Sessions answered senator inquiries ranging from gun violence to immigration, to changes in legal policy, to conspiracy theories about Russian involvement with the 2016 presidential election.

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Vermont Democrat Sen. Patrick J. Leahy pressed Sessions on his role as a go-between during the last campaign for the Russians and the camp of candidate Donald J. Trump.

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“My concern is you were part of the Russian facade and went along with it. I’m sorry, I’ve known you for years, and I’m sorry you would do that,” said Leahy, who was once chairman of the committee.

Leahy’s communications director David Carle told Big League Politics the Vermont senator was not accusing Sessions of breaking the law.

“No, he was not accusing him of a crime,” he said.

Senator Leahy pointed to reports that President Trump dictated a letter outlining his reasons for firing FBI Director James B. Comey, which revolved around the Russia investigation, he said.

The senator’s concern was that Sessions was reportedly present during meetings in the Oval Office concerning the letter. Subsequent to that, the attorney general signed off on and agreed with the Rosenstein a May 9 memo, which pointed to the handling of the Hillary Clinton investigation as the reason for the president to fire Comey, he said.

Senator Leahy asked the Attorney General if he was simply aware of the earlier letter. Sessions declined to answer.

“Is there a difference as saying no and I do not recall?” Leahy asked.

Carle said Leahy is concerned that the May 9 memorandum was a facade and only served to obfuscate the real reason President Trump fired Director Comey: the Russia investigation, as the President has publicly said. Leahy is concerned that Sessions may have been a participant in that facade.

Republican Senators had a wide array of concerns and questions.

The Republican senators, led by the committee’s chairman Iowa’s Sen. Charles Grassley, were curious about how far the DOJ would go to investigate the Uranium One deal and Secretary Hillary R. Clinton’s involvement with the Russian company looking to take over control the mineral company that had to rights to 20 percent of the country’s uranium.

The hearing was a tale of two Russian inquires. Democrats asking about Russian interference in the 2016 political cycle and the Republicans asking about the corrupt practices of the Clintons during the Russian acquistion of Uranium One.

The Democrat Senators did seem more unified in their line of questions, as most were focused on the events surrounding the firing of once FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by President Trump.

Sessions made the point numerous times that the decision to fire Comey was Trump’s  and that he had written his opinion of why Comey should be fired, as instructed to do by the president.

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HUGE: Court Documents Reveal Shot Kenosha Rioter Joseph Rosenbaum Was a Convicted Child Rapist

Convicted pedophile Joseph Rosenbaum was killed in an altercation at the Kenosha riots.

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New court documents of the Pima County, Arizona circuit court reveal that Joseph Rosenbaum was convicted of various sex crimes against children in Arizona in 2002.

Rosenbaum was killed in an altercation while rioting in Kenosha, Wisconsin last week. He is seen on camera lunging at 17-year old Kyle Rittenhouse, who eventually shot him, claiming he acted in self defense when Rosenbaum attempted to take the AR-15 rifle he was carrying. Rittenhouse attempted to flee the scene, and was pursued by two other rioters, one armed with a gun. He tripped and fell, and when the other rioters assailed him, he shot them both. Rosenbaum and one other rioter were killed, and a third wounded. Rittenhouse has been charged with first-degree murder in the shootings.

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Shortly after Rosenbaum was identified as one of the deceased individuals, it became public knowledge that he was on the Wisconsin sex offender registry, for crimes committed in Arizona.

The man who may very well have set off the violent altercation is a convicted pedophile, judging from the court documents that were published Wednesday. A presentence report reveals that Rosenbaum committed a range of sex crimes against several boys from the ages of nine to eleven years old, including outright rape.

More documents reveal the legal proceedings against Rosenbaum.

Rosenbaum would be convicted of two of the eleven total charges.

Some leftists had speculated that Rosenbaum was merely a victim of the criminal justice system upon the revelation that he was a convicted sex offender, claiming he had been merely been railroaded for sexual activity with his 17-year old girlfriend as an adult, or something of the like. The new documents disprove such an assertion, demonstrating that Rosenbaum was convicted for some of the most heinous child sex crimes known to society, including the outright rape of children.

Previous criminal records of parties involved in use-of-force incidences aren’t usually admissible in court cases, but Rittenhouse’s argument of self defense appears more credible when his word is placed against the conduct of a convicted pedophile.

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