Jeff Sessions just got some bad news that ended his career for good

Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions was looking at making a comeback.

Those plans just went down in flames.

That’s because Jeff Sessions just got some bad news that ended his career for good.

Sessions has not ruled out running for his old Senate seat against Democrat Doug Jones in 2020.

But that possibility was made less likely after Alabama Republican Senator Richard Shelby said Donald Trump would not support Sessions’ candidacy.

The Washington Post reports:

President Trump is “not on board” with his former attorney general, Jeff Sessions, running for the Senate, Sen. Richard C. Shelby (R-Ala.) told the Hill on Thursday.

The Alabama Senate seat is considered a prime pickup opportunity for Republicans, and Sessions’s name has been in the mix as a potential candidate who could win it.

Shelby said Sessions would be a strong candidate for a seat he held before joining the Trump administration, but could “struggle if the president was against him.” In conversations with Trump about the race, Shelby said Trump “was not encouraging” of Sessions running.

“How do I say it? He was not on board, okay?” Shelby said.

Trump became enraged with Sessions after Sessions recused himself from the Russia probe.

That allowed Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to appoint Robert Mueller as special counsel, which began the two-year-long Russia Witch Hunt.

That decision poisoned Sessions’ relationship with not just the President, but the President’s supporters as well.

If Sessions were to run for Senate in Alabama, President Trump would likely endorse another candidate.

And a Trump endorsement in Republican primaries means the difference between winning and losing.

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39 Responses

  1. Nancy S. says:

    Did Jeff Sessions do ANYTHING when he was AG? Because I cannot recall any major prosecutions, investigations, etc. that he was involved in.

  2. Jobert Ronson says:

    Jo: Even that position is questionable

  3. Haviette says:

    Crossover voting is a very common tactic which is used by your Democrat neighbors during every primary, to put RINOs on the ballot. Why these people want to keep their lying Party in office, is beyond me…

  4. Buddy says:

    I don’t approve of Sessions but this “ended his career” crap is nonsense. MANY, MANY, Democrats will vote for Sessions because they think he purposely hurt Trump. I happen to agree with that viewpoint and it’s why I wouldn’t vote him for garbage collector.

  5. Maxx says:

    You are correct sir. If we seriously analyze all of Sessions actions one might be safe to assume Sessions was a mole put in Trumps cabinet as a “mole”. It was easy for Sessions to give Trump lots of support before the election just like democrat voters are encouraged to vote for a Republican opposing a democrat because the Republicans are usually RINO’s and it’s better to have a Republican traitor in a seat since they help more by gathering all sorts of intelligence to hand over to the democrats. This goes on in the South all the time. Mitch McConnell is one Republican that is kept in Congress by crossover democrat votes. Sadly the GOP is too stupid to see the forest for the trees but there are no people in Congress that are called DINO’s.

  6. Mama says:

    Good 0ne !. Yep_

  7. Ken Marx says:

    Sessions was a major disappointment when he became Attorney General. He isn’t needed in the Senate either. Good riddance!

  8. Ronald Gonshorowski says:

    Seriously, how do you swim in a swamp without making friends with the alligators.

  9. Mona says:

    Anyone would be preferable than a Democrat.

  10. Robert powell says:

    sessions was just as useless as any of obummers groupies. no consideration for the people just themselves pack away the cash ,kiss ass on the lobbyists, pass all information to the crooked group of congress and justice departments.JUST ONE MORE GRAY-MOUSE IN THE COOKIE JAR.

  11. Bill says:

    This is something that the people of Alabama must decide. My home is approximately five miles from the Alabama border and who they choose to elect is none of my business and none of anyone else not a resident of that state. But, as an aside, I think Sessions did a bang up job as Senator and I would probably vote for him if I were eligible.

  12. J says:

    Wow, dreaming with your eyes wide open,. Just how in the heck do you do that?

  13. jace says:

    99% of these comments are from democrat shills giving dis-information. They don’t even know who Q+ is judging by their comments.

  14. Patricia K. says:

    Far as I’m concerned Jeff Sessions should have retired long ago. He is just one of the to old, to connected to the lobbyists, to busy taking care of himself and not worrying about the people. He should just go quietly and collect his pension that he did little or nothing to earn.

  15. zee says:

    Sessions KNOWS his ‘shortcoming(s) In Previous ‘Role’.
    I’m SURE he Can Find Another VENUE to DO GOOD.
    Good Luck ! Find Your Another ‘calling’ &&&
    Find ‘it’ FAST.

  16. Unfortunately Sessions choose to halfass do his job as AG, by riding on the rail of doing part of his job and trying to protect his NWO friends, it made the Trump supporters call for his dismissal long before the president concluded that Sessions was not AG material, don’t believe Sessions could win again in Alabama even if he did have the presidents endorsement, too many people saw thru his weak efforts as AG and wouldn’t trust him not too derail Trump out of spite

  17. Deplorable Lanie says:

    Jeff Sessions made more mistakes that just recusing himself from the “Russia witch-hunt”. He was also a crappy AG. He had no bark, no bite and no guts. He should never have accepted the job, he wasn’t up for the challenges it was going to throw at him, he is too soft!

  18. Noel says:

    Jeff Sessions is a decent guy who felt that by removing himself from deciding the Russia Issue he was protecting the Trump presidency. Few people remember the Democratic hits on him in comfermation and office as attorney general.
    His voting record and prior service were the right side of any conservatives position. This is one case in which I believe the Trump Administration erred. I support Trump as he is the best party for our American Ideals but the lack of vindication for Sessions was poor.

  19. Jo says:

    The only office Sessions is fit for , is dog catcher.

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