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Ronald Reagan’s Attorney General Endorses Jeff Sessions For Alabama Senate

Ed Meese was Attorney General from 1985 to 1988.

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Ed Meese, an attorney who served as Ronald Reagan’s Attorney General from 1985 to 1988, announced his endorsement of Jeff Sessions in the Alabama U.S. Senate Republican runoff election on Wednesday.

Meese made his case for endorsing Jeff Sessions in a radio ad now airing throughout Alabama.

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Meese, an Alabaman, broke down why Sessions recused himself from the Russia conspiracy probe, and how his recusal was ultimately instrumental in ensuring that allegations of Russian collusion were throughout debunked and President Trump vindicated.

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88-year old Meese recieved a Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Donald Trump in 2019. He was a longtime associate of Ronald Reagan’s, beginning his relationship with the iconic conservative President in the 1960’s as Reagan’s Chief of Staff when he served as the Governor of California.

Sessions in running for the Republican nomination for Senate against Tommy Tuberville, a football coach making an entry in national politics despite little experience in the field. Tubervile has been questioned by some leading America First advocates for his connections to liberal Republicans and mass immigration lobbyists.

Jeff Sessions, however, is known to possess one of the strongest conservative track records on immigration policy for any federal legislator. Sessions recently was the first national political figure to call for an immigration moratorium in the wake of the coronavirus recession rendering tens of millions of Americans unemployed, a policy proposal that President Trump himself later went on to partially implement.

Recent polling shows Sessions handily cutting into the lead of Tuberville, who is generously funded by establishment Republican donors and political consultants. The football coach has steadfastly refused to debate Sessions, who formerly held the Senate seat in addition to serving as Attorney General, and the runoff election for the nomination is set to occur on July 14th. The winner will go on to face Democratic Senator Doug Jones in the November general election.

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Pelosi May Try to Impeach President Trump AGAIN For Nominating a SCOTUS Judge Before Election

Turning impeachment into a partisan joke.

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Nancy Pelosi refused to rule out trying to impeach President Donald Trump AGAIN if he nominates a Supreme Court justice to replace the recently deceased Ruth Bader Ginsberg before the November election.

Pelosi was speaking to corporate news operative George Stephanopoulos on Sunday.

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Well, we have our options… We have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now.” Pelosi was speaking about the possibility of impeaching Attorney General Bill Barr as well as Trump, who has increasingly become a source of extreme frustration for D.C. liberals who desire a Justice Department beholden to their policy priorities.

President Trump has confirmed that he plans on nominating a Justice to fill the vacancy, revealing he’s planning on selecting a woman for the court seat at a North Carolina rally over the weekend.

If Trump nominates a justice who is confirmed and goes on to secure a second term in the November presidential election, a hypothetical second impeachment proceeding could set up a truly hilarious scenario. Democrats would be trying to impeach a President who just secured victory in a democratic election, truly going above and beyond in trying to override the decision of the people.

Perhaps the impeachment powers of the House of Representatives are destined to become merely another partisan, political trick utilized by the Democratic Party against any Republican President. This could basically turn the American political system into a de facto parliamentary system in which the opposition party seeks to impeach the head of state on a routine, political basis.

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