Skip to comments.Jeff Sessions backed 25th amendment removal of Trump
Posted on 10/08/2019 7:59:29 PM PDT by JudgemAll
Among the other revelations in 'Deep State' is that former deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein had the support of two cabinet colleagues for invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.
Stewart claims that it was former chief of staff John Kelly and former Attorney General Jeff Sessions who said they might back it.
Stewart claims that Rosenstein was so concerned about Trump that he twice offered to McCabe to wear a wire to record Trump, not once as previously reported.
Rosenstein supposedly told McCabe: 'I never get searched, no one ever searches me. I could record the President'.
McCabe was stunned and when he got back to his colleagues he told them: 'You're not going to believe this'.
One of them looked like he was going to have a heart attack and said: 'That's a bridge too far. We're not there yet'.
James B. Stewart's new book Deep State: Trump, the FBI, and the Rule of Law is out today.
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Nah. Trump learns from these enemy agents
Sessions is a TRAITOR and Trump learned enough about enemy agents from Comey.
To be so whimsical about this is wrong.
Who’s James Stewart?
We believe him why?
Sessions was fn Judas.
Sessions might one of the Lieutenants of the Deep State. I suspected him the day he recused himself. I suspected Kelly as well. I have heard that those who served with him always said he was a pompous dick.
While I think Session was a waste of a AG and sleeping at the wheel this author trying to tell us that McCabe was almost a benign observer of the coup is laughable. McCabe along with Brennan were obviously two of the ringleaders in all of this that we know for sure
So are they saying John Kelly backed removal when he was White House Chief of Staff, which would be meaningless because he was not part of the cabinet and didnt have a vote? Or are they saying he backed removal when he was Secretary of Homeland Security and then later agreed to be White House Chief of Staff? Or are they full of horse pucky?
Sessions was an outspoken supporter of Trump when he was running for president. What caused him to turn his coat? Blackmail? The promise of some sort of financial reward?
With friends like these.......
Confirms most people’s suspicions. Many snakes in the rose garden. Fatso chris christie is another.
YHO. Mine is that Trump absolutely has to make use of the guys. He is surrounded by them as he trudges through the swamp looking for any loyal brother. Painfully few and far between
My buddies are always saying He should have fired them all! Clean house!
Ok. I agree. Who was he going to employ? Hes got Rudy Now we hope Barr and Durham. Trey gowdy? He might be good. He might turn on him in a minute - not a New York minute.
Everyone turns on him. Even USMC generals. Everyone else the left gets dirt on or makes it up. Whats the deal with jelly Anns husband?
John Bolton turned on him.
Thats where my opinion comes from
He may as well make use of these people.
Watch. In two years hell have a dream team.
“Trust Sessions.”....Yeah, I knew better. Piece of sh!t.
Yeah, thats a good question.
Yeah, and we wonder why some of the kings of the past were the way they were. Wouldn’t be that someone was wanting to take them down now would it????
It is so ignorant. They don’t want someone in their sandbox who they don’t think belongs. But no, it is the public that discriminates, not the elites.
To declare someone mentally incompetent you need like 3 witnesses, only one of which need to be of senior government status
I know in Europe they have put right wing professors to die of electroshock therapy with that method. Some scary stuff..
At least it’s one less rat in the swamp of the Senate. Need to exterminate the rest.
With Republicans like this, who needs Democrats?!
This is the headline that you should have posted:
FBI lover Lisa Page LIED about her affair with Peter Strzok, new book reveals, which also tells how ‘biased’ Loretta Lynch stopped a special counsel taking over Hillary Clinton email probe
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