Jeff Sessions crossed one final line that won’t make Donald Trump happy
Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned one day after the midterm elections.
But he left the Deep State firmly in control of the Department of Justice.
And before he left, he crossed one final line that won’t make Donald Trump happy.
Under Jeff Sessions, the Justice Department let Deep State criminals like Hillary Clinton, James Comey and Andrew McCabe escape scot free.
Sessions continued that trend up until the very end.
Word leaked out that, under Sessions, the DOJ laid the groundwork for charging WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Plus they jailed Trump supporters left and right.
The Wall Street Journal reports:
The Justice Department is preparing to prosecute WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and is increasingly optimistic it will be able to get him into a U.S. courtroom, according to people in Washington familiar with the matter.
Over the past year, U.S. prosecutors have discussed several types of charges they could potentially bring against Mr. Assange, the people said. Mr. Assange has lived in the Ecuadorean embassy in London since receiving political asylum from the South American country in 2012.
In a court filing in an unrelated case in the Eastern District of Virginia, prosecutors also appeared to reference the prospect that Mr. Assange has already been secretly charged.
The people familiar with the case wouldn’t describe whether discussions were under way with the U.K. or Ecuador about Mr. Assange, but said they were encouraged by recent developments.
The Deep State hates Assange because they believe WikiLeaks cost Hillary the election.
America does not jail journalists.
Reporters at the Amazon Washington Post and the failing New York Times aren’t jailed when their fake news papers publish classified information.
Trump supporters believe Assange should receive the same protection.
But because he made enemies with Deep State queen Hillary Clinton the government wants to jail him.
That Sessions allowed this to go on is his final – and maybe most significant – failure.