Sessions the nazi

Attorney General Jeff Sessions attacked federal judges yesterday. He sounded like a nazi.

That’s because he is.

” ‘Some judges have failed to respect our representatives in Congress and failed to appropriately respect the prerogatives and perspectives of the executive branch,’ the attorney general said.”

Some presidents — or at least one — have failed to respect the judicial branch. Does Sessions imagine we all have forgotten what Trump said about the “Mexican” judge?

Sessions is a racist and a nazi, and like everybody else in the Trump administration, his main job is gleichschaltung. That’s the nazi word for “coordinating” all public discussion and action. (See http://www.politico.com/story/2017/10/26/jeff-sessions-criticize-judges-for-ruling-against-trump-policies-244208?lo=ap_b1)

Sessions also said this:

“Sessions also suggested in stark terms that the Justice Department and the Trump administration were saving the republic from a descent into lawlessness under President Barack Obama.

” ‘Many indeed think this election was pretty important. Without what’s happening today, the rule of law may have well be lost behind us in a cloud of dust,’ Sessions declared. “It’s a very significant election I think. . . .for the legal system.’ ”

The examples of American nazism pile up faster than RtO can keep up.

Another tactic of the administration is to constantly press wild ideas to see how far public opinion will end. A good example of that was when the con man Tom Price’s wife suggested putting Americans with HIV in quarantine.

(See http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/20/health/betty-price-hiv-aids-quarantine/index.html)

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