by Ruby Henley
The American people have been betrayed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, so it is time to move on. In fact, there is no time to waste. There is too much work to be done right now, and Larry Klayman is the one man who knows that. He says Attorney General Jeff Sessions is afraid to move forward to do the right thing, as he fears Mueller. Jason Chaffetz says Sessions has told him point blank he will not prosecute Clinton.
Chaffetz told Judge Jeanine, “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. He basically let me know he wasn’t going to pursue anything on the major cases.”
As Judge Jeanine was shocked and irate, Chaffetz went on to say, Sessions said no to the email scandal on Hillary Clinton. Chaffetz continued that as Clinton’s staff ignored court subpoenas, Sessions looked the other way. I wondered how Clinton’s staff got away with not showing up for court even when subpoenaed – now I know.
A question begging to be asked is why did John Kelly tell Sessions his job is safe from President Trump? I thought Kelly worked for President Trump…not the other way around. As it turns out Sessions and Kelly are old pals, who have worked together on immigration. Two important things Sessions has done during his time as Attorney General is to work on eliminating the MS-13 gang and his work on immigration reform.
Trump traveled to Long Island, New York, to combat the MS-13 gang at the same time Sessions was in El Salvador for events concerning the same violent cartel. Though Trump had not mentioned Sessions by name, the attorney general told The Associated Press that he hoped to remain in the post and would serve as long as Trump wanted him.
White House aide Stephen Miller, a former Sessions staffer, who has written most of Trump’s speeches on immigration, delivered a powerful case for slashing legal immigration. The proposal is unlikely to become law since it is opposed by several Republican senators, yet it is popular among much of the President’s base.
Despite of the works Sessions has done on immigration, President Trump is very upset with him, as he is doing nothing on prosecuting Clinton. It seems to me Sessions is acting very much like the past Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Let’s look at the developing situation with Paul Manafort and his colleagues. Here is a good clip that has up-to-date information.
Is there really anything to worry about? I think so, but it is not what you think. I think that we should be worried, because Sessions is taking no action to fight back by prosecuting Hillary Clinton on Uranium One. Uranium One is a case which needs to be brought to the public, and in my opinion, it created a national security risk for the United States. It is imperative that it be brought to the American people at this very time.
How does President Trump feel about the Manafort indiction? Trump and his aides are downplaying the significance of the charges, saying the work they did in Ukraine was unconnected to the campaign. President Trump tweeted: “Sorry, but this is years ago, before Paul Manafort was part of the Trump campaign. But why aren’t Crooked Hillary and the Dems the focus?????”
Again, if Jeff Sessions lets the Uranium One deal go uninvestigated and unprosecuted, We The People lose along with President Trump. After the State Department under Clinton signed off on the U.S. sale of one-fifth of our nation’s uranium production capacity to the Russians, millions of dollars from Russian sources connected to the Kremlin began to flow to the Clinton Foundation, and Bill Clinton received $500,000 for a speech in Moscow. Coincidence? Or criminal “pay-to-play?”
In his confirmation hearing, Sessions promised to recuse himself from any matter involving Hillary Clinton. Therefore, before he resigns, Sessions must appoint a special counsel to reopen the Clinton investigation and decide anew whether criminal charges are merited. If Sessions does not do the right thing and resign now, President Trump must fire him.
Back to Larry Klayman, he is the man to step in and investigate Clinton. This is what Klayman has to say about the issue: www.freedomwatchusa.org/urgent-klayman-needs-to-be-named-special-counsel QUOTE
These major scandals, next to the Clinton Chinagate scandal of the late 1990s, when I exposed the Bonnie and Clyde of American politics taking bribes from the communist Chinese, much like they did with the Russians — the Clinton Foundation took hundreds of millions of dollars and Bill Clinton took large bogus speaking fees from the Russians, in exchange for Bonnie, the Wicked Witch of the Left Hillary Clinton, greasing as Obama’s Secretary of State, the sale of America’s strategic reserves of uranium, are a major affront to the rule of law and imperil our survival as a free nation. Uranium, as you know, is used to build atom bombs and the Russians, after bribing the Clintons and Obama, likely peddled this uranium to the Iranians and North Koreans, as well as used the uranium to build more atomic weapons for themselves.
BOTH THE CLINTONS AND OBAMA, AND THOSE CONSPIRATORS AROUND THEM, MUST BE PROSECUTED FOR THESE CRIMES. WHILE THEY THINK THAT THEY ARE ABOVE THE LAW, THEY ARE NOT! THIS NATION CANNOT HAVE TWO SYSTEMS OF JUSTICE, ONE FOR THE POLITICAL ELITE CLUB IN WASHINGTON, D.C., AND ONE FOR THE REST OF US, WHO ARE ACCOUNTABLE UNDER THE RULE OF LAW.
But the problem is that our current Attorney General, as I demonstrate in the enclosed column which I recently wrote for WND.com, is too cowardly to do his job and prosecute either the Clintons or Obamas. And, Congress will not get to the bottom of these scandals either. If the past is a prologue, the Republicans will simply use these Clinton-Obama scandals to go on Fox News and try to raise money and win reelection. In the last eight years under Obama they did not bring either the former president or those criminals around him to justice — corrupt public officials like former Attorneys General Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch, and former FBI Director James Comey.
The embedded video below on Fox News’ “Hannity” underscores why a Special Counsel now needs to be appointed, as AG Sessions is too scared he will be prosecuted by Robert Mueller for alleged Russian collusion and lying to Congress about his meetings with the Russian Ambassador during the months leading up to last fall’s presidential elections. Sessions is worried that if he goes after the Clintons and the Obamas, he will be indicted by the pro-Clinton and Obama prosecutors on Special Counsel Mueller’s conflicted staff. END OF QUOTE
There you go, read the last paragraph. In fact, I will put in in all caps right now, as it explains what Larry Klayman thinks about the problems AG Sessions has, which are keeping him from going after Clinton.
Larry Klayman explains: WHY AG SESSIONS WILL NOT GO AFTER CLINTON: AG SESSIONS IS TOO SCARED HE WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ROBERT MUELLER FOR ALLEGED RUSSIAN COLLUSION AND LYING TO CONGRESS ABOUT HIS MEETINGS WITH THE RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR DURING THE MONTHS LEADING UP TO LAST FALL’S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS. SESSIONS IS WORRIED THAT IF HE GOES AFTER THE CLINTONS AND THE OBAMAS, HE WILL BE INDICTED BY THE PRO-CLINTON AND OBAMA PROSECUTORS ON SPECIAL COUNSEL MUELLER’S CONFLICTED STAFF.
Please sign the petition on Larry Klayman’s website to support his plea to be appointed Special Counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton and Uranium One.
by Ruby Henley