Friday, February 10, 2017

Senate Confirms Jeff Sessions as Attorney General; Plans Drawn to Crack Down on Government Pedophiles - Videos, Links and Commentary Included

There are countless opinions and discussions about the true nature and implications of a Trump presidency. To add, there is the overwhelming media distortion which causes even more confusion on the matter. This can make discussions on the subject quite difficult.

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It is understandable that many people feel let down due to decisions such as the temporary postponement of immigration from certain countries, the resurrection of the infamous Dakota Access and Keystone Pipeline projects, or the latest dealings with Saudi Arabia. These have created many problems for many people. Whether these consequences were unfortunate accidents, or if they represented carelessness for the situation is not exactly clear at this point. Either way, these apparently poor choices have raised more than a few concerns.

For the sake of time, I will not get into the complexity of the situation behind the Trump presidency. Nor will I make any excuses for any particular choices which he has recently made. I will, however, make one important point. Just as in any situation, there can be extreme benefit to our current situation, but in order to see it, we must have the eyes, the insight, and the initiative to look.

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From a strictly logical perspective, it seems strange that the media focuses purely on the low-points of the Trump presidency, sometimes even lying and bending the truth in order to elicit a reaction from the public. This can make sorting out the truth extremely difficult in any situation. However, when we consider who is largely in control of corporate media, we may understand why news has become so excessively negative in early 2017. (Hint: If it were Trump he would not be a constant target.)

This reason seems to be the same as the reason why we see such an obvious cover-up effort of the issue of rampant pedophilia. This nation-wide pedophile ring is connected to multiple former administrations and officials in the U.S. governments. The unsettling truth behind the media cover-up seems to be a half century's worth of elitist-run pedophilia rings and cooperate crimes beyond measure. This could very well be the ugliness which the media hopes to distract the public from while showing such an unprofessional bias toward attacking the current President.

Again, this is not to defend any poor or questionable decisions on the part of President Trump. It is simply to say that with regard to dealing with the problems of a country, taking care of our children and ensuring their health and safety is paramount. This especially applies if our children are being used a sex slaves and child sacrifices. Though the corporate media encourages us all to coldly turn a blind eye to the possibility, this is still a high priority.

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This need for proper and accurate investigation may be close to being satisfied with the confirmation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. This is an individual who is said to be more than willing to pursue the high-rolling pedophiles hiding in our government and upper levels of the corporate world. This priority may not be very high for those who do not care about the lives of potential victims. However, I do not think there are many people who are that careless in this country (at least I would hope not).

If nothing else, the situation deserves an exhaustive investigation, and from the outcome of the debacle of an investigation in late 2016, it is clear that such an investigation has not yet taken place. I cannot imagine any ethically minded person with a heart and soul expecting anything less than a thoroughly evaluation as to the true state of our offices of government.

Though much of the negative sentiment surrounding some of Trump's recent decisions are understandable, one positive attribute we may consider is his independence from past instances of corruption in America. The next move is uncertain. However, if we maintain our priorities and independently consider what is truly important, we can ensure that justice can be served and maintained for the children of the world.

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Source: Washington Post

Published: February 8, 2017

By: Ellen Nakashima

Photo: The Senate on Feb. 8 confirmed Jeff Sessions as the next attorney general. (Thomas Johnson/The Washington Post)

The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Jeff Sessions as the next attorney general, following a bitter debate in the chamber that saw Republicans formally rebuke Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) for the manner in which she criticized her colleague from Alabama.

Sessions, a four-term U.S. senator, was the first senator to endorse Trump in February 2016, and his conservative, populist views have shaped many of the administration’s early policies, including on immigration.

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The vote, 52-47 in favor of confirmation, ran largely down party lines. Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) was the only Democrat who supported him. Sessions voted present.

Republicans accused Democrats of seeking to undercut Trump by attempting to derail his cabinet choices. “It’s no secret that our Democrat colleagues don’t like the new president and are doing what they can to undermine the new administration,” said Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the Judiciary Committee chairman.

He expressed disappointment in colleagues who, he said, suggested Sessions won’t be able to put aside his policy preferences and enforce the law. “This is especially troubling after he specifically committed to us during his confirmation hearing that, if he’s confirmed, he will follow the law, regardless of whether he supported the statute as a policy matter,” Grassley said.

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Leading Democrats have argued that Trump’s criticisms of the federal courts over his immigration order makes the need for an attorney general who will be willing to disagree with the president even more urgent.

“What we’ve seen is a president who belittles judges when they don’t agree with him,” said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.). “What we’ve seen is a president who is willing to shake the roots of the Constitution and a fundamental premise — no religious test — that’s embodied in our Constitution within his first few weeks in office,” Schumer said. “We certainly need an attorney general who will stand up to that president …. But [Sessions] is not, if you can say one thing about him, he’s not independent of Donald Trump.”

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Sessions, 70, advanced out of the judiciary committee last week after a vote along party lines. The hearing took place after then-acting Attorney General, Sally Yates, an Obama administration holdover, had ordered the department’s lawyers not to defend Trump’s immigration order on grounds that she was not convinced it was lawful. Within hours, Trump fired her.

In his confirmation hearing last month, Sessions repeatedly vowed to put the law above his personal views. He said he would abide by the Supreme Court decision underpinning abortion rights and a court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage. He said he understood that the waterboarding of terrorism suspects to elicit information is “absolutely improper and illegal” and, though he voted against it, he would uphold a law banning the government’s bulk collection of phone records.

He also declared that he would recuse himself from Justice Department probe of Hillary Clinton’s email practices or her family’s charitable foundation, mindful that his previous comments “could place my objectivity in question.”

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But he has repeatedly declined to say whether he would recuse himself from any investigation involving Trump associates and possible links to Russia’s interference in the presidential election, saying he would seek the recommendations of department ethics officials and “value them significantly” in making a decision.

Sessions’ confirmation leaves a vacancy that will be filled by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley, a Republican. That term ends in 2018.

A measure of the hostility that has permeated the confirmation process for Trump’s cabinet nominees was reflected in the rare censure of Warren after she read from a letter written by the late Coretta Scott King in opposition to Sessions’ nomination to the federal bench in 1986.

“The senator has impugned the motives and conduct of our colleague from Alabama,” said Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) of Warren, before the Senate voted along party lines to bar the Massachusetts senator from speaking during the remainder of the nomination debate.

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Sessions, who came of age in the Deep South during the darkest days of the civil rights movement, has struggled to reconcile the charged racial politics of his region with the changing national discourse that has lifted longstanding legal barriers for minorities. His career has long been shadowed by charges that he is racially insensitive, which doomed his bid to become a federal judge.

His supporters have pointed to his prosecution as U.S. Attorney of two Ku Klux Klan members for killing a black youth, and his co-sponsoring of legislation to honor civil rights activist Rosa Parks with the Congressional Gold Medal. To underscore the point, Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.) on Tuesday went to the floor and put on display an enlarged photograph of a “governmental award of excellence” given to Sessions in 2009 by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s Alabama chapter--an award that he said Sessions “forgot to tell us about.” The plaque was engraved with the words “for the outstanding work you do.”

Said Graham: “His biggest crime is, I think, that he’s very conservative. That to me is not a disqualifier, any more than being liberal is a disqualifier.”

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McConnell on Wednesday said, “It’s been tough to watch all this good man has been put through in recent weeks. This is a well-qualified colleague with a deep reverence for the law. He believes strongly in the equal application of it to everyone.”

But Sessions’ critics point to his record on voting rights, same-sex marriage, gender equality and immigration and say they fear he will work to restrict civil rights. They point to his prosecution of voting rights activists in Alabama in the 1980s that resulted in an acquittal for all three defendants, and which was the basis of King’s letter charging him with attempting to “intimidate and frighten elderly black voters.”

He has voted at least twice against comprehensive immigration reform, which was supported by members of his own party. They note he was one of just four senators in 2015 to oppose a Senate resolution affirming that the United States “must not bar individuals from entering into the United States based on their religion.”

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