Attorney General Sessions Also Spoke With Russian Ambassador Without Disclosure

This is the same Jeff Sessions who recently announced that he is going to back-off from filing law suits against police departments for violating the civil rights of citizens.

Gronda Morin

Image result for photo of jeff sessionsThere is breaking news by the Washington Post. It seems that the former Alabama Senator  Jeff Sessions had conducted at least two discussions with the same U.S. Russian Ambassador that the former National Security Advisor was forced to resign over; and Mr. Sessions never disclosed this information prior to his becoming the new U.S. attorney general.

This discovery makes it virtually impossible for the Attorney General Jeff Sessions to not recuse himself from any investigations into ties between the president’s administration and Russia.

According to CNN’s reporter Evan Perez, the Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak is considered by the Intelligence Community to be Russia’s number one spy on U.S. soil.

As per a 3/1/17 WSJ report, “U.S. investigators have examined contacts Attorney General Jeff Sessions had with Russian officials during the time he was advising Donald Trump’s presidential campaign but the outcome of the inquiry, and whether it is ongoing, wasn’t clear.”

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Posted on 03/02/2017, in politics and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. The games that have been played before and during the campaign Mr Trump’s inability to play his role have eroded international confidence in the governance of the US, but we stand with you. For eight years, the US was the best.

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  2. crustyolemothman

    Here we find yet another one of the “Alt” facts from the court of King tRump! This man and the shadow president we have (Bannon) are doing their best to destroy this nation and make it into a possession of their Russian hero! Does anyone actually think that an investigation any where close to that was conducted into Mz. Clintons email will take place under the GOPTP regime?

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    • crustyolemothman

      yahtzeebutterfly: the disgusting thing is, most of this information was on the internet long before the election, and the people that voted for King tRump simply ignored the information or because of the hate for Mz. Clinton simply voted for him anyway!

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  3. This thug should be in jail. These are the real thugs my friend.

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  4. yahtzeebutterfly

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  5. Dear Xena,

    It turns out that when the Attorney General Jeff Sessions talked about his recusal from being a party into investigations regarding DT, his associates and their connections to Russia, he was talking about a partial recusal.

    Last night (3/2/17), he went on FOX TV to say that he was recusing himself until up to the election date 11/8/17.

    Hugs, Gronda

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  6. crustyolemothman

    It has been said many times that the best way to control the situation is to accuse the other person of the crime you have committed! Now we come to the latest from King tRump, he is accusing President Obama of spying on him illegally, during the election! Of course as usual he offers not one shred of evidence, some of his minions are offering an article from a Brefart affiliate as evidence, however only the most rabid of his supporters are using that evidence. I find it almost amusing that the FBI is headed by a man (who is supposed to be the ones spying on King tRump) who is a die hard member of the tRump camp is the one supposedly following President Obama’s orders to spy on the tRump during the campaign…

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    • Mothman,
      Trump’s latest accusation has motivated me to go back and see what happened with wiretapping and former Illinois Governor Blagojevich. If I remember correctly, his phone was tapped. The government is allowed to do that when they suspect corruption. Unlike Trump’s representation, it makes no difference WHEN. When running for elected office or after winning, it doesn’t make the candidate immune to investigation.

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      • crustyolemothman

        The tRump also does not seem to realize that the President normally would not have been directly involved in seeking a court order for a wire tap. Regardless, I have searched and can find no legitimate source that claims that a wire tap was actually placed. One small detail that seems to escape his supporters is that if a wiretap was indeed allowed, there was quite a bit of evidence provided to convince the court to allow it. Perhaps we should see that evidence? How many of us recall the tRump saying he would be a hands on leader, so it would only stand to reason if there was illegal contact with the Russians, he would have been in the chain of command that ordered it to happen…


  7. The man is a virus. He is a pernicious venereal disease.

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  8. yahtzeebutterfly


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