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Prosecutions Of Illegal Border Jumpers Surged In April After Sessions Issued ‘Zero Tolerance’ Order

  by Will Racke Criminal prosecutions of people arrested trying to cross the southwest border illegally surged in April, following an order from Attorney General Jeff Sessions that adopted a “zero tolerance” policy for unlawful entry. Federal prosecutors accepted 8,298 unlawful entry case referrals from Customs and Border Protection in April, about 30 percent more than the 6,368 they took ...

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Trump: ‘Caravan is largely broken up’

President Donald Trump said Thursday that the army of prospective illegal aliens, called “the caravan” by mainstream media, has been undone by Mexican authorities. “The Caravan is largely broken up thanks to the strong immigration laws of Mexico and their willingness to use them so as not to cause a giant scene at our Border,” the president tweeted. “Because of ...

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Sessions: McCabe, You’re Fired

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced late Friday that he had fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe – just days before McCabe’s retirement benefits would have set in. “The F.B.I. expects every employee to adhere to the highest standards of honesty, integrity and accountability,” Sessions said in a statement. “I have terminated the employment of Andrew McCabe effective immediately.” Sessions said McCabe’s ...

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Sessions Fires McCabe Before He Can Retire; hopefully just the tip of the iceburg

 Attorney General Jeff Sessions late Friday night accepted the recommendation that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who took the reins of the agency during the turbulent days after the abrupt firing of James Comey, be terminated — two days before he was to retire and become eligible for full pension benefits. Though McCabe — who has been attacked by President Donald Trump ...

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Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Sessions’ Anti-Sanctuary Lawsuit

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  by Kevin Daley The U.S. Department of Justice sued California Tuesday over provisions of state law, which allegedly inhibit the enforcement of federal immigration laws. The lawsuit is the first salvo in a new federal effort to aggressively enforce immigration statutes. The suit names California, Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic Attorney General Xavier Becerra as defendants. The suit, ...

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Seeing is Believing – A.F. Branco Cartoon

Seeing is Believing

So many scandals Attorney General Jeff Session could be looking into but seems to not see the urgency or the importance. Maybe that’s why Trump has nicknamed him Mr. Magoo.  Political cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2018. A.F.Branco Coffee Table Book <—- Order Here!

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Jeff Sessions On The Hot Seat

  Attorney General Jeff Sessions pushed back Tuesday against accusations that he lied under oath about his knowledge of contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian officials when he testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The senators fired some hard hitting and rough questions at him for the entire day,but Sessions managed to stay calm and cool in the face ...

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Watch: Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before judicial committee

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is set to testify Tuesday morning before the House Judiciary Committee where he will likely be asked about Russian interference in the 2016 election, the Trump dossier, Fusion GPS and the possible appointment of a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton. The attorney general appeared before congressional committees in June and October on the same topic. ...

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Sessions considers special counsel investigation into Clinton … finally

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After a series of scandals, ethically questionable moves and the outright buyout of the Democratic party, the Justice Department is finally considering an honest, independent investigation into Hillary Clinton. Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered Monday federal prosecutors to evaluate if a special counsel should be appointed to investigate Hillary Clinton’s dealings concerning her foundation and the sale of U.S. uranium assets ...

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DOJ Settles Lawsuits over IRS targeting of Tea Party groups

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The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that they have settled two lawsuits by Tea Party groups who were targeted by the IRS under former President Barack Obama. The IRS substantially delayed applications for tax-exempt status when they included “patriot”, “tea party”, “9/12″ or descriptions that aligned with Tea Party ideals. “As a result of these criteria, the IRS transferred hundreds ...

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It’s Time For Sessions And McConnell to Go

Just whose side is Jeff Sessions on anyway? I was disappointed when Trump nominated him for AG because I wanted a really tough person like Trey Gowdy in there, but apparently, Gowdy was asked and turned it down. When President Trump nominated then-Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama to be Attorney General, Trump was hopeful that Sessions would be a no-nonsense AG. ...

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Should The Federal Government Give Aid To California?

U.A. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has promised sanctuary cities across the nation that they will lose federal grant and assistance money if they continue to disobey federal law and protect illegal criminals from immigration law enforcement. So without batting an eye, California has taken a giant step beyond the sanctuary city declaration and has declared itself a Sanctuary State. The ...

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Report: AG Sessions wants lie detector tests for NSC staff to find leakers

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants lie detector tests for National Security Council staff to find the leakers that have tried to damage the Trump administration according to a report. Sessions’ idea is to do a one-time, one-issue, polygraph test of everyone on the NSC staff. Interrogators would sit down with every single NSC staffer (there’s more than 100 of them), ...

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Sessions announces end of DACA [video]

Jeff Sessions announces end of DACA

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, at the order of President Donald Trump, announced Tuesday that the unconstitutional Deferred Action for Child Arrivals program will be rescinded. DACA was facing mounting legal challenges as 10 states Attorneys General had intended to file suit Tuesday. The suits were likely to succeed as DAPA, another Obama executive action aimed at illegal aliens who were ...

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