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Sacking Sessions – the New Red Line for Trump and the Alt-Right

Kill that thought, Trump.

When Trump bombed a few empty aircraft hangers in the Syrian desert a couple of months ago, most of the Alt-Right lost its shit and declared war on Trump. This was the right decision.

At the time Steve Bannon (“our guy”) was being sidelined and “Mr. Ivanka” seemed to be calling the shots. There seemed to be a real danger of Trump taking us into another stupid Bush War. But it seems that Trump was just trolling us, or, more accurately, was trying to stir things up with his Neocon and ConZionist opponents. Throwing them a bone like this worked out pretty well, dialing down the shrill chorus of criticism that the mass media was building up to a crescendo over the empty Russia allegations while making Trump look strong in a “madman theory” sort of way without him doing anything stupid on the back of it.

Following what was essentially just a pyrotechnic display, he then preceded to pull back on US involvement in Syria, effectively giving Russia the whip hand. So, the Syrian bombing — no biggie, Trump. We forgave you.

But in recent days a new red line has emerged for the Alt-Right that Trump is well advised not to cross this time. This, of course, is forcing out or sacking Jeff Sessions.

Trump has been publicly criticizing Sessions for a week or more on a host of issues, but mainly on Sessions’ decision to recuse himself from any investigation into Russian interference and his apparent “reluctance” to prosecute Hillary. In the face of a creeping campaign of criticism from the President, Sessions has been standing firm and has no intention of resigning. But he could still be fired.

Although there may be some basis to Trump’s criticisms of Sessions — the Russian collusion thing is obviously getting under his skin — the Alt-Right rightly sees them as minor points and distractions from the vitally important work that Sessions is doing on border security and fighting the evils of mass illegal immigration.

The Alt-Right has correctly judged Trump to be effectively a 1970s Democrat transported to the future (now). Although he has some good instincts and a likable nostalgia about him, he is far from being the radical right-wing President that America needs so badly. That steel has to come from others around him, mainly Steve Bannon and Sessions himself, obviously, a true believer when it comes to border security.

A Trump administration without Sessions, and with someone like Rudolph Giuliani as AG instead, would start to look dangerously weak and watered down. Already the globalist element in the administration is considerable, so sacking Sessions now would clearly endanger many of the policies that the Alt-Right are most enthusiastic about, such as the Muslim travel ban, which Sessions has steadfastly supported, and the increasing pressure he is putting on “sanctuary cities.”

It’s starting to look like Trump’s globalist and big business friends have tapped him on the shoulder and told him to find a reason — any reason — to get rid of Sessions. In fact, this might be the whole point of suddenly coming out and banning transgenders in the military. While in itself a good thing, this is another distraction that seems geared to secure support on the right if and when he loses some of it by sacking Sessions.

A few gender freaks in the military is simply not a major issue right now. Having a true believer in national security as Attorney General is. Therefore, removing Sessions is not just a red line, but a blood red line, and a very dangerous one for Trump to cross if he doesn’t want to piss off the Alt-Right.

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  1. Leon Patton 30 July, 2017 at 13:08 Reply

    Sessions is a master cuck. He recused himself from the very thing he should have been investigating. He is a coward and he can go fuck himself. This propaganda piece trying to paint Sessions as the man is utter BS.

  2. Leon Patton 30 July, 2017 at 13:06 Reply

    Ill translate this article and it stands for all Trump articles within the alt right.

    We sort of like Trump but he isn’t a white ethno nationalist so instead of punching left and attacking our real enemies we choose the easier route of punching right.

  3. Demontage2000 29 July, 2017 at 02:29 Reply

    Trump may be angry with Sessions over recusal, but one could easily imagine these public slaps as strategic theater, e.g., MSM is showing sympathy for Sessions over appeaeance of Trump bullying, which may work to distract them from freaking on border measures.

  4. Evolver1 28 July, 2017 at 20:23 Reply

    Preibus is weak. Kelly is strong and silent and a standup guy. Also, likely armed all the time as a former Marine. Good guy to have near you for a number of reasons.

    Those who don’t understand why Scaramucci is where he is aren’t paying attention. A leader usually has someone below him who will be the tough guy and the hatchet man who will draw the fire as he boldly does what the leader wants, while the leader can be the nice guy. Trump hasn’t had that up until Scaramucci.

      • Evolver1 28 July, 2017 at 20:38 Reply

        Nope. You don’t get it. He has to be big in public to draw the fire. Scaramucci is no fool, he’s a Harvard grad. He had to go big against Priebus to draw fire and get the media reporting on him instead of Trump, and he had to challenge Priebus to deny he was a leaker in a big way.

        Priebus then either had to lie and say he wasn’t a leaker or just shut up. He chose the latter course and in either case his goose was cooked and the skids were greased to get rid of him.

        Scaramucci is a good guy for Trump and has the right personality and smarts. And, Scaramucci knows that his job as the hatchet man is one that is designed to be expendable.

          • Evolver1 28 July, 2017 at 21:15

            When you’re in biz, at a certain level, you donate to all sides. It’s good biz. Maybe, you’ve never been there.

          • Evolver1 28 July, 2017 at 21:27

            Jared is trusted only because he’s married to Ivanka. At the slightest hint that he’s leaking or is bad for Trump,he’ll be jettisoned and will only be seen for Thanksgiving dinner.

            Just my instinct here, now, but I wonder if their marriage will last. I just have a feeling all’s not well there.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 28 July, 2017 at 22:03

            I doubt Trump fires his own daughter and son in law, however incompetent they are.

          • Riopel 28 July, 2017 at 22:40

            “Jared is trusted only because he’s married to Ivanka. At the slightest
            hint that he’s leaking or is bad for Trump,he’ll be jettisoned and will
            only be seen for Thanksgiving dinner.”

            You’re crazy. Trump will keep those idiots on til the bitter end. He’s a boomercuck who simply does not understand that the jews are his enemy. His own daughter obviously hates him.

            “Just my instinct here, now, but I wonder if their marriage will last. I just have a feeling all’s not well there.”

            He will certainly leave her and move on to knock up some other White race traitor. And Ivanka is so stupid she’ll probably never even ask herself why she converted for such an obvious sleazeball.

  5. Clytemnestra 28 July, 2017 at 17:47 Reply

    It looks like Trump may not sack Sessions but transfer him. Trump just replaced Reince Preibus with General John Kelly, Department of Homeland Security. I think Trump will offer that position to Sessions which is probably where he should have put Sessions to begin with. Sessions can continue to do what he does so well … border security, taking down gangs and not be in a position to obstruct (however unintentionally) Trump’s defense where it comes to those clowns Comey and Mueller et al.

    Let’s hope that my guess is true and Sessions assumes control of Homeland Security. And then pray that Trump finds an aggressive AG who will fire Rosenstein AND Mueller and pursue charges against the real candidate who colluded with the Russians: Hillary Rodham Clinton. LOCK HER UP!

  6. Riopel 28 July, 2017 at 14:27 Reply

    Trump was a fool to put his (((bimbo daughter and her greasball husband))) into the White House instead of Don Jr. or Eric. Kushner is literally from a criminal family, and that’s not including his connections to Russian jews that the media is now ranting about. He should have had some foresight there. More importantly he should not have let his daughter marry the guy to begin with.

    Sessions may leave a lot to be desired, but Trump shouldn’t fire him just yet, especially when there’s no one else in Washington who’s as good as him on immigration. The Kushners need to go before anyone else does. Trump does himself no favors by having them there.

    • Yehudah Finkelstein 28 July, 2017 at 14:54 Reply

      What’s funny is all these characters in the Trump Admin are playing to their stereotypes. Shady, behind the scenes Jew Kushner. Foul Mouthed Wop Gangster Mooch. Wisconsin nice ineffectual Cuck Priebus. Redfaced Irish madman Bannon.

      • Evolver1 28 July, 2017 at 21:19 Reply

        Think deeper. You think Scaramucci is just a foul-mouthed wop. You imply he can’t control his emotions and just mouths off. You’re easily fooled. He’s a Harvard grad and knows exactly what he is saying at all times. He’s a smart guy.

        • Yehudah Finkelstein 28 July, 2017 at 22:04 Reply

          You sound like Marco Rubio: Scaramucci knows exactly what he’s doing! Scaramucci is in fact a foul mouthed wop with little self control. Harvard Grad does not mean he can control his emotions.

    • Clytemnestra 28 July, 2017 at 18:29 Reply

      Agree about the Kushners, but totally disagree that he should have brought Don Jr. or Eric into the White House in their place.

      Trump (who was a Democrat) and whose children are all Democrats totally underestimated the animus of the Democrats against him and his family for keeping Hillaroid from parking her broom at the White House and forcing them to have to consider pondering the thought of actually having to work for the working class White vote.

      The last thing these Democrats want to do is hang out in Ohiondiana or Pennsyltucky and press the flesh of the hayseeds and hicks out there to haggle with a bunch of Republican lossers for votes when they can import voters from the turd world. That’s Trump’s unforgivable sin.

      Trump should have relegated his children to simply showing up at events where their presence was needed; puff piece interviews and otherwise kept them busy at Trump Industries. The moment he won, he should have shuttled them back to Trump Industries and encouraged them to keep a low profile.

      It’s Trump’s own ego that trips him up. He keeps trying to break into an exclusive clique that has historically cold-shouldered him unless they needed campaign contributions. They have never liked him; he should have understood and accepted that fact and did his best to shield his children from that fact.

      All he had to do was accept things as they are and encourage his children to let everyone believe that they supported his campaign ONLY from a sense of filial duty but still remained sympathetic to the Democrat agenda (which they do, actually). Limit their public appearances with him except for family gatherings and stay out of the politics.

      Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham and other prominent female conservatives should be filling whatever position Trump created for Ivanka and Kushner’s position should be deleted or filled by a populist.

      Trump needed to blow off the Democrats and the establishment Republicans (who are already well represented in Congress) and fill his cabinet with populist Democrats and Republicans. He needed to focus on creating a new party with his cabinet as his home base, not woo either progressive Democrats or establishment Republicans.

  7. Rastignac 28 July, 2017 at 07:55 Reply

    what you guys think of mooch the new retard? Is mooch one of (((them)))? I think he is a SON OF WHORE.

  8. John Shantz 28 July, 2017 at 00:56 Reply

    Sessions not getting out of the way is basically permitting a hostile special counsel to legally dig through the affairs of Trump, his family, and his associates. Not only is it a distraction, but it is essentially allowing government-sponsored oppo-research for 2020. Below Rosenstein, Trump has some broad already Senate-confirmed he can rely open to limit the scope of this Mueller investigation.

  9. Gabriel 27 July, 2017 at 23:50 Reply

    I disagree with the article.

    Going after Hillary is VERY important. It would be a major blow to the establishment elites. If Sessions is refusing to do that, Trump can easily replace him with someone with a as strong as stance on immigration, that goes after Hillary and does not give credit to the bullshit Russia narrative.

  10. greg789 27 July, 2017 at 20:39 Reply

    Good article. Trump has placed too many Goldman-Sachs, NY liberals in his administration. Sessions, Bannon and Miller are about the only nationalist/populist there.

    • Robert Bruce 27 July, 2017 at 22:41 Reply

      Exactly, the whole thing is probably a charade. Trump is like speaking out of two sides of his mouth.

          • Magister Judah Pepewitz 27 July, 2017 at 22:50

            I think they will like Mr. White Vanilla Anglin there. He’s like 5-3, 5-4. Easy for one of those goons to bang.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 22:52

            You sound very concerned about Andrew Anglin. Was it your mom who he unleashed his troll storm on, reactivating your inherited Holocaust PTSD?

          • Magister Judah Pepewitz 27 July, 2017 at 22:56

            But I’m Magister Pepewitz. Muh Hook Nose is where I store all the shekels that I take from you dirty goyim!! Its great!

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 22:58

            It really is amazing, some of these miracles from G-d that allowed Jews to survive the Holocaust. One Jewess even ate the same diamond over and over again in the death camps and pooped it out until the camp was liberated!

          • Magister Judah Pepewitz 27 July, 2017 at 23:02

            lol fuck God and Jesus and Muhammad and that fat fuck Buddha and the Elephant Ganesh.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 23:03

            Shocking Anti Semitism and Islamophobia and Buddhaphobia and Vedicphobia!

  11. Bob 27 July, 2017 at 19:19 Reply

    ITS VERY EASY – IF YOU WILL NOT DO WHAT THE BOSS MAN WANTS YOU GET FIRED – NO MATTER WHO YOU ARE…. WE WILL MAKE IT THROUGH THIS …

    • Crud Bonemeal 27 July, 2017 at 18:17 Reply

      weak black pilling

      He barely bashed Bannon in that article, just some comical bantz, but he’s looking to go mafia style on Rinsed Pubis, who never should have been involved in the administration in the first place

      • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 19:16 Reply

        Trump has already iced out Bannon because Bannon was on the cover of Time magazine. Someone call Trump and tell him it’s not 1986, Time doesn’t matter anymore.

        • Crud Bonemeal 27 July, 2017 at 19:38 Reply

          I view the GOP establishment as the least trustworthy faction

          Even Kushner doesn’t actually want Trump impeached, he needs Trump around to do favors for Kushner types. But the GOPe will be perfectly happy with president Pence, and the coffin of National Populism nailed shut.

          Mooch looks like a guy who is loyal to Trump, brought in to shake things up, hopefully clean house.

          Why eat black pills when you can eat popcorn?

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 19:49

            Mooch raised money for Jeb and Obama. Why would he stay loyal to Trump? Trump also had no principles so if Bannon is gone, the Kushner / Cohn cabal had total sway over the agenda.

        • Tyron Parsons 27 July, 2017 at 20:28 Reply

          Reince is a deep state operative, leaker and butt buddies with Paul Ryan.

          Look who’s coming to the defense of Reince. Look who’s coming to the defense of Sessions.

          Taking out Reince first is the smart move. Replace him with say Pat Buchanan or that guy from Iowa who’s taken on anti whites.

          Then with the true rightwing crowd’s power secured, go after Ryan and later Sessions if he DOESN’T MOVES AGAINST Mueller when he tries to expand the special investigation beyond the scope of the Russian collusion allegations to which they have ZERO evidence.

          As for the Mooch, he’s Italian, tough, means business and is loyal. The EXACT type of guy Trump needs to clean up the mess inside the WH.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 22:08

            “Taking out Reince first is the smart move. Replace him with say Pat Buchanan or that guy from Iowa who’s taken on anti whites.”

            That’s not happening. Reince goes and he’s replaced by some Wall St Jew or another Useful idiot NY Goy like Mooch.

            This mooch clown is so loyal he’s raised money for Obama, Jeb, and Scott Walker. He’s so loyal he’s attacked Trump aides publically in graphic and disgusting terms. Aides like Steve Bannon who made the Trump Presidency a reality.

          • Tyron Parsons 28 July, 2017 at 00:04

            “That’s not happening. Reince goes and he’s replaced by some Wall St Jew or another Useful idiot NY Goy like Mooch.”

            That’s not backed by logic. Trump knows he needs to pick someone who appears to be a globalist insider but is 100% loyal to him.

            This mooch clown is so loyal he’s raised money for Obama, Jeb, and Scott Walker. He’s so loyal he’s attacked Trump aides publically in graphic and disgusting terms.

            To be in politics as a fund raiser is to have to deal with those you don’t like. Trump had to deal with some of the worst people ever in NY but you do it because you don’t have a choice.

            Besides, if the Mooch doesn’t perform well off the bat he’ll be replaced very soon because technically, he hasn’t even been really hired yet. It’s all pending the sale of his company to some Chicom outfit and only then can he get a security clearance.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 28 July, 2017 at 00:22

            You said Reince would be replaced by someone like Steve King. I repeat, that’s not happening.

          • Tyron Parsons 28 July, 2017 at 01:39

            I said I WOULD REPLACE HIM with King or Buchanan. Trump will have to find someone who appears to be a globalist but is instead a loyal American Firster. Something along those lines.

            Besides, who’re are you anti Trumpers to dictate what Trump will or will not do? Your record toward predictions is nothing short of abysmal.

          • Tyron Parsons 28 July, 2017 at 11:30

            Trump is riding the line between globalists and nationalists. He’s an American first but he’s not a retard and knows that the American Empire requires him to be a “globalist” of sorts since everyone’s economies are intertwined and many other nation’s militaries are either in contract with us or a protectorate of ours.

            Simple reality requires realistic approach.

            Hitler negotiated with the Jews and did their bidding toward Palestine.
            Trump supported Hillary in the past and Bill.

            Politics makes strange bedfellows and one does what he has to in DC if they intend to have a career like a fund raiser that the Mooch was.

            This truth however doesn’t make on disloyal to whom they are working for now. Just as Trump did his companies bidding and outsourced because it was in the best interests of the shareholders, he’s now CEO of the US Corporation and is doing what’s in the best interest of the “shareholders” (Citizens) of that Corporation.

            If you’re looking for historical purity you might as well bow out and wait until Christ’s second coming because NO MAN has a non tainted past.

          • Tyron Parsons 29 July, 2017 at 09:08

            Yeah, purity is pretty much your argument because you attack him at every angle. We all knew Kushner was going to be a bad influence but Trump uses Jews just like the old Monarchs of Europe used them. Fact is, he needed to use the Jews in order to get elected. FACT.

            Comey had to go and anyone who thought the Jews and their leftists wouldn’t have a collective hissy fit at his firing is naive. Neither Kushner or Trump could have ever thought the left would be happy at Comey’s firing because everyone knew he was running cover for the Clintons and others in the deep state.

            Comey, because of this, thought he was untouchable like J Edgar, but all were mistaken. Comey got his ass handed to him, Sessions recused himself, a Jew came in and named a special prosecutor but all of their efforts thus far have all backfired and now it’s only a matter of time before they either become totally irrelevant, dying on the vine, or an all out war erupts at their efforts to expand their investigative powers which is totally against the law.

            This too will backfire. In fact, it will be their dying last gasp..

  12. Klas2 27 July, 2017 at 17:38 Reply

    I do not trust Liddell. His Iran article was truly destructive. Besides, the Syria strike thing turned out to be the right move by Trump. Injust, sure, but the alternative would have been to fight dead children on TV for months, a fight Trump could not win. Hence, he did what was necessary.

  13. Gerald Martin 27 July, 2017 at 16:12 Reply

    Tranny ban? What a joke. It will never be implemented. If Trump actually tried it would be blocked faster than you can say “LGBT” by the federal courts. The generals, including SecDef “Mad Dog” Mattis are so PC they will never back Trump on this, b/c they are flag officers of the Deep State, not the United States. Trump knows this, of course. He knows it will never fly; he will probably forget he tweeted it by next week. The tranny ban is boob bait, rube bait, for Red State patriotards. They will forgive Trump anything, even the firing of Jeff Sessions.

    But we won’t.

    • Jarod 27 July, 2017 at 16:17 Reply

      Banning trannies is a return to standard policy; Or has pre-Obama America already faded from your memory?

      • Gerald Martin 27 July, 2017 at 17:06 Reply

        “Standard policy?” “Pre-Obama America” was a nightmare of bigotry, homophobia and racism – that’s not only the media’s narrative, it’s also the judiciary’s AND the generals’. Just because admitting trannies into the military was done on Obama’s initiative alone, without the sanction of Congress or by order of the courts, don’t think the action can be undone – it can’t. The moment trannies were admitted they became protected by the full panoply of “human rights” now guaranteed by the Constitution. No one is walking this cat back.

        The only thing that will is blood and iron and plenty of both.

        • Tyron Parsons 27 July, 2017 at 20:36 Reply

          Trannies and homos are NOT protected under title 9. And many of you are missing the point. By taking on trannies Trump is shoring up his base and most of America who hate this gay and tranny crap. Let the Dems in the rust belt try to defend Trannies in bathrooms and military to Iron and Coal workers. Lets see them try and defend this leftist insanity publicly to middle America.

          Trump is setting up the left for an epic failure because he will support all loyal rightists who want to challenge Dems and RINOs. We’ll gain seats in the Senate, probably no more in the House but those RINO’s replaced will be rightist GOPers and will be on the Trump train.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 22:17

            This Tranny ban for the UsMil was just another full retard GOP dog whistle to the religious right, a total nothing burger and the same kind of crap the Bush Era typified with Gay marriage bans while ignoring larger issues like immigration.

          • Tyron Parsons 28 July, 2017 at 00:08

            Right , right and that’s why the DOJ filed a brief with the courts outlining their position that Trannies and Gays are NOT protected under title 9 which is 100% true. And as I already pointed out that by doing this not only is he helping the military but he’s also thrown the Dems an impossible issue to publicly defend in the upcoming midterm elections.

            It’s called being smart.

          • Tyron Parsons 28 July, 2017 at 01:28

            Bush’s gay marriage ban wasn’t a ban but a proposal for a Constitutional Amendment.

            Trump isn’t ignoring immigration. The invasion is down 70%. Initial money for the Wall has been allocated. The rest of funding will be tied to the fight coming up for the new 2018 budget this Sept.

            The fact is the Jews control all power levers in the US Gov, plus Media, Finance and Education but they don’t control the Executive.

            (((They))) are using all of their power to oppose Trump and destroy him so please tell me how opposing his efforts to expose the enemy (which he’s doing a good job at) is helping our cause?

            If you haven’t notice the Bush and Clintons hate Trump and want him either assassinated or impeached.
            Who’s side are you on anyhow?

          • Gerald Martin 28 July, 2017 at 05:26

            I hope you are right. I’ll stop dooming and glooming for five minutes and wait & see what happens.

  14. Demography is Destiny 27 July, 2017 at 16:06 Reply

    Without Sessions, Trump’s appeal would be reduced to being not Hillary. Not enough to get the troops back into the trenches for him.

  15. Rascal 27 July, 2017 at 15:39 Reply

    Let’s say he does get rid of Sessions, who replaces him? That is my biggest problem, and no one on “team Trump” seems to have an answer for this… Sessions is going after MS13, essentially a foreign irregular army in the US, and sanctuary cities. Those are two key issues for me, and if his replacement lets up off the gas on immigration issues than Trump’s presidency is pointless.

    • Alek 27 July, 2017 at 22:20 Reply

      Trump actually still being President is a key issue for me, and Sessions screwed him over terribly on the count. Without Trump in the WH, we get absolutely nothing.

          • Rascal 28 July, 2017 at 14:44

            There is no going back. Even if Trump gets impeached. In fact I would argue that Trump would better serve our agenda as a martyr, than as a fledgling politician.

      • Rascal 28 July, 2017 at 01:51 Reply

        So you don’t care who is the Attorney General? It is kind of an important position. Also, Trump brought much of this on himself with his crappy appointment picks. Blame Sessions all you want, but Mueller doesn’t get his investigation without Rosenstein.

        • Alek 28 July, 2017 at 08:17 Reply

          The whole situation is beyond ridiculous, but Trump didn’t know Rosenstein from Rosenberg. He was just told who to pick. That’s how it works for lower level positions considering there are thousands to fill. In general, I do care more about who the President is than the AG.

          • Rascal 28 July, 2017 at 14:41

            Like I said, Trump surrounded himself with idiots, neocons, wall streeters, and good goys who told him to pick Rosenstein. Any group who gives me a list with (((Rosenstein))) on it is a failure. Of course that isn’t being brought up, because (((shut it down))).

      • Rhino 🦏🥛🐸 28 July, 2017 at 08:58 Reply

        Politically, at this point in time, this is all that matters. Trump must continue to dominate as much as he can.

        Sessions allowed endless distractions because he is used to being a fussy old man focused on propriety instead of the inquisitor rooting out our enemies as was promised.

  16. Evolver1 27 July, 2017 at 14:53 Reply

    I think I understand Trump’s psychology and this is why I voted for him and support him.

    He follows the leadership principle (even if he doesn’t call it that). Under this principle, one has to be loyal to the leader. This means that Trump likes stand up guys.

    He also expects those he gives favors to by giving them high ranking positions in his administration to return the favor by being loyal and by carrying out his wishes, by defending him,and by not saying negative things about him. This often works in the private sector.

    However, in the swamp that is D.C. and politics in general, you often have a lot of big egos who only look out for themselves and who will stab you in the back at every chance. Many of these people are very disloyal and can’t be trusted. They simply have no fixed moral code other than to pursue their own agendas and stay on the gravy train. And, it is the gravy train they are mostly on, not the Trump Train.

    Hopefully, Scaramucci will help sort things out and get rid of the phonies and the traitors.

    I’ll be very surprised if Priebus is still in his job soon. Scaramucci is the kind of stand up guy I would want near me if I were President, not weak Priebus.

  17. Alek 27 July, 2017 at 14:19 Reply

    This article fails to take into account that Sessions has given Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller total control of the Russia investigation, which should be renamed “Operation Impeachment”. He made an unforgivable mistake by his recusal, so anyone who wants to throw Trump overboard with regards to Sessions better get used to saying President Pence. The Alt-Right is going to learn to love him.

  18. Marathon-Youth 27 July, 2017 at 12:47 Reply

    I will have to wait and see what the true picture is with Trump and Sessions after the hysterics from the liberal media has died down.

    • DaveMD ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗᴰʳ 27 July, 2017 at 23:44 Reply

      If you wait until the “hysterics from the liberal media has died down”, you’ll be waiting until you arrive at those pearly gates.

  19. Daedra 27 July, 2017 at 12:35 Reply

    Sessions should fire the Jew assistant attorney general for appointing Muller if he wants to prove his loyalty to Trump.

  20. Cam 27 July, 2017 at 12:33 Reply

    Trump may just be diverting the news cycle on this. Seems very calculated, especially considering that Sessions was making some hardcore moves.

    Basically, Trump is diverting attention to himself while Sessions makes hardcore moves against sanctuary cities.

    Just a clever diversion tactic, by Trump, IMO.

      • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 22:25 Reply

        Don’t think so. There’s no 4D chess with Trump. Some of his wounds are self inflicted and reveal a tempestuous personality.

        • Robert Bruce 27 July, 2017 at 22:28 Reply

          True, the guy is self absorbed moron. He was smart enough to see that he would be the only different candidate out of the 12 GOP candidates, with the others being cookie cutter replicas of each other. He couldn’t lose as he was the only one that appealed to populist leanings.

          • Robert Bruce 27 July, 2017 at 22:39

            He had it right and still is the clearest conservative/nationalist thinker out there, even at his age.

  21. Rhino 🦏🥛🐸 27 July, 2017 at 12:14 Reply

    Sessions has already cucked out on Trump. He needs to stop being a fussy old Senator and start being an aggressive prosecutor again.

    He’s just tottering around yacking about the drug war. Worthless.

  22. Riopel 27 July, 2017 at 12:11 Reply

    Trump may just be giving the media some red meat with this stuff. There may not be any conflict with Sessions at all.

    Politics is theater.

  23. Crud Bonemeal 27 July, 2017 at 12:09 Reply

    Trump has actually been doing good stuff lately, canceling CIA terrorism program, refusing to defend DACA in court.

    Why make empty threats of “red lines” over issues where we don’t actually know what’s going on?

  24. Clement Pulaski 27 July, 2017 at 11:43 Reply

    Sessions really does seem like an honest guy, maybe too honest.
    The Russia investigation surely is a witch hunt, but the best way to counter it would be for Sessions to open endless investigations into Clinton and other Democrats, and then leak embarrassing info to the media. This would take the sting out of a lot of the Trump-Russia stories. Sessions definitely is more reliable than Trump on policy, but Trump was elected because of his aggression, not just policy. Sessions seems to lack that aggression.

  25. Pareto 27 July, 2017 at 11:20 Reply

    Sorry but what has Sessions done since he’s been in except throw the Russia investigation in favor of Clinton? I agree it would be a YUGE mistake to get rid of Sessions but the only thing that makes sense is that Trump is publicly shaming Sessions because Sessions was not following instructions issued privately.

  26. Crud Bonemeal 27 July, 2017 at 11:11 Reply

    I don’t know how we’re supposed to have an informed opinion on this. Both sides have good points.

    Jeff Sessions has a good track record on immigration, but is otherwise a weak little boyscout who clearly has failed in his duty to provide Trump with cover on the Russia thing.

    Who is responsible for letting (((Rod Rosenstein))) appoint a special prosecutor to destroy Trump’s presidency? Isn’t Jeff Sessions in part responsible for this?

    Isn’t it just as important for Jeff Sessions to fight the political war, to “drain the swamp” as it is for him to … arrest some beaners? Assuming he’s even responsible for the beaner arrests? There’s a whole different agency for arresting beaners.

    Why is SUPER-IMMIGRATION HAWK Jeff Sessions wasting his time on 420 and asset forfeiture, rather than attacking democrats and/or deep state people? The democrats and deep state people clearly have their priorities straight, they are trying to destroy Trump and prevent him from doing anything. Making new rules about Marijuana just isn’t important compared to that.

    Why are white nationalists so obsessive about Jeff Sessions, a cuck with non-white grandchildren?

    Why are Chuck Schumer and the MSM on the same page as Richard Spencer and Ann Coulter in defending this little keebler elf?

    On the other hand, it’s true that if he leaves, we won’t get anybody with a better immigration track record, and the anti-immigration cred of the Trump administration won’t look too great, with only Bannon left.

    But we might get open conflict between the administration and the deep state / DNC, which is way more likely to destabilize the system than arresting a few beaners.

    It seems like more information is needed to draw any firm conclusion.

    • ShikokuPrincess91 27 July, 2017 at 20:49 Reply

      Sessions isn’t going anywhere. If the criticisms are genuine, he will improve his performance with new aggression.

      If they are theater then there’s some other purpose.

    • Mike549 28 July, 2017 at 02:03 Reply

      I don’t know how long you’ve followed politics, but if not for Sessions, comprehensive immigration reform (amnesty and immigration acceleration) would have passed under Bush. Sessions literally gave us some breathing room. He tried to stop the nation-breaking trade deals when both parties were committing national suicide.

      Sessions’s job is to focus on enforcing our laws, including immigration. He could do better, but he’s the best AG we’ve had in living memory (not that that’s saying much).

  27. Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 09:53 Reply

    Many underestimate the strength of right wing populism in the GOP base. If Trump fires Sessions, Cucks out on the wall, and gets nothing done, then we need to rally behind a Pat Buchanan type who will challenge Trump in the 2020 primaries

    • White Mothership 27 July, 2017 at 11:29 Reply

      My feeling is that Trump has very little core ideology and he seems to bery very easy to influence. I’ve read reports that he basically seems to think the same as the last guy he spoke to on whatever issue they were discussing, and that means the less immigration hawks in his inner circle, the less focus on immigration.

      And even if it was a mistake for Sessions to recuse himself, and it was, nothing will get better if he leaves and replaced by a globalist out of the Goldman Sachs 101 playbook. That mistake is done, and Sessions would do well to learn from it, but absolutely nothing will get better with a useless shill in the Gary Cohn-mold as AG, which is the only type of AG that would have any chance of clearing nominations in the senate before the midterms, if even that is possible.

      • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 12:00 Reply

        Trump is a buffoon who reads nothing. He only talked about immigration because Coulter, Sessions, and Stephen Miller told him to.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 14:01

            I don’t think Trump is dumb, but it’s clear he’s intellectually lazy.

          • Rocco Manzardo 27 July, 2017 at 14:26

            The US political landscape is such a shit show you could probably elect one of Jerry’s Kids at this point.

          • Robert Bruce 27 July, 2017 at 22:18

            We have had buffoons in the White House since 1992, so what is so weird about it? The guy is in there to help implode democracy. Think about the time when Rome went from republic to empire. You have two parties filled with morons, that can’t get anything meaningful done. It really is almost becoming like the US govt portrayed in Idiocracy in a way.

      • Rocco Manzardo 27 July, 2017 at 14:23 Reply

        The problem with Trump is that he’s not really that intelligent. I suspect he’s also suffering from some form of cognitive decline. Look at how much more articulate he was in younger years.

        • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 16:34 Reply

          Trump isn’t stupid, but he doesn’t take the time to read or understand about anything. His campaign was literally just Populist boilerplate he said in The Art of the Deal back in the late 80s.

          • Robert Bruce 27 July, 2017 at 22:20

            You do know that that book was ghost written for Trump and the writer that wrote it told The New Yorker he now wishes he didn’t.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 22:22

            Ghost writers meet with the person and hash out the book, some of Trump’s campaign cheer lines were exactly the same as lines from The Art of the Deal and a full page NY Times ad Trump took out advocating protectionist trade in the late 80s. Just because Trump didn’t write the book doesn’t mean he never said it to the ghost writer.

          • Robert Bruce 27 July, 2017 at 22:31

            Trump really didn’t give the guy much to work with, or made it almost as hard as pulling teeth. He gave the author material, but he spent way more time in the promotion of the book than creating it. Point being, Trump is basically a myth, like Reagan was. A myth created for public consumption.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 22:33

            Agree. But he doesn’t go in depth on politics in the book. It’s like a couple pages and wouldn’t take longer than a 2 minute conversation with the ghost writer.

      • greg789 27 July, 2017 at 20:47 Reply

        “seems to think the same as the last guy he spoke to on whatever issue they were discussing,” That is my impression also.

        I think that when Sessions recused himself, he had no idea how big the Russian thing would get. I think he saw his failure to mention his small meetings with the Russians as the central issue and that by recusing himself it would all quickly blow over.

        • DaveMD ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗᴰʳ 27 July, 2017 at 23:22 Reply

          A mistake typical of the sorry batch of weak Whites that pass as “conservative” politicians today. They do not understand the nature of the Left.

      • Demontage2000 29 July, 2017 at 02:42 Reply

        Trump’s been talking for three decades about bad global trade deals hurting the nation – it’s a limited passion, but it was his authentic motivation to politics and is an area of knowledge. But it’s true, outside of that, he doesn’t hold many core ideological commitments, it’s mostly pragmatism. But he’s still important because his motive on the trade issue is nationalist — thus the illegal immigration issue was a natural compliment.

    • Johnny Fascismo 27 July, 2017 at 13:55 Reply

      I’ve heard it said that “Pat Buchanan was the President that America needed. Trump was the president that America deserved.” I agree with this sentiment.

      • Robert Bruce 27 July, 2017 at 22:22 Reply

        I agree. Sad thing is I think a lot of people in this forum would have made a better POTUS than this guy we have in now. GWB temporarily killed off the GOP brand, but this guy might kill it off for good if he doesn’t start WW III first.

      • Yehudah Finkelstein 28 July, 2017 at 00:21 Reply

        Supposedly Bill Regnery did not want Richard Spencer to take over NPI 6 or 7 years ago. Because Regnery thought Spencer had a huge future. But Spencer just said fuck it, damn the torpedoes.

    • Billy Brown 28 July, 2017 at 18:38 Reply

      2020? sry dude we need to act sooner than that. the alt right needs to replace the police and enforce our own laws or just accept defeat

  28. Tyron Parsons 27 July, 2017 at 09:42 Reply

    Sessions needs to listen to Trump and do as he advises. Trump knows damn well that if he sacks him he has to replace him with someone who’s as good or better so I don’t see the reason in drawing a line especially in light of most on the Alt Right turning on Trump when all he did was troll the (((media))) by bombing essentially NOTHING in Syria and instead directing HALF of the missiles to hit an ISIS training camp responsible for the gas attack and with mind you, BOTH Russia’s and Syria’s agreement!

    How many times do these anti Trumpers on the Alt Right have to have their asses handed to them before they STOP attacking the President who’s ON OUR SIDE?

    • Demography is Destiny 27 July, 2017 at 16:09 Reply

      People are on Trump’s side not because they like his haircut but his patriotic agenda. If he cucks on that, why should he deserve support? No love is unconditional in politics, mate.

      • Tyron Parsons 27 July, 2017 at 16:22 Reply

        Maybe so but take a look at the BS Sessions is pulling! Trump wants a counter offensive since (((their))) Russian narrative and all the other kookery has collapsed and what does Sessions do? He refuses go after Hillary and the rest of the treasonist democratic party which is EASY to do. EASY TO DO!

        Sessions should have started these investigations at the outset but he hasn’t. He’s left the president swinging in the wind being attacked relentlessly and then when there isn’t an excuse left to not go after the real crooks, he stalls some more.

        Sessions is shaping up to be a Comey in disguise thinking he can leverage his time and power in office as long as he plays the game with the left against Trump.

        We don’t need pussies, game players and non team payers in the WH! We need someone who’s going to really put the screws on all of the non white invaders as he attacks the Jew commies and their cronies who’re deadly enemies of this once great, white Supremacist, Republic.

      • Crud Bonemeal 27 July, 2017 at 16:34 Reply

        Trump hasn’t actually gone full cuck on much, has he?

        He has not been perfect, but he is in a very weak position.

        CIA terrorism against Assad maybe ended (which maybe cancels out Syria strike). DACA may not be defended in court. Tranny ban supposedly a way to get money for the Wall.

        It seems decent.

        And it’s not like he is mad at Sessions for no reason, Mueller has an unlimited mandate to target his presidency, his family and his businesses.

    • Robert Bruce 27 July, 2017 at 22:13 Reply

      Trump isn’t on our side. He really hasn’t reversed course from Obama outside of rhetoric and what he has done with the travel ban is nothing more than ratchet up the range and scope of the police state. Cold War 2.0 is now going full tilt as now Trump seems to want to arm the crazy Ukies with tank killing ammo for an upcoming offensive? Then he is basically pissing off our allies in the EU with allowing more Russian sanctions? The guy simply doesn’t know what the hell he is doing and has no consistency or real plan outside of engaging in damaging rhetoric or tweeting. The guy almost seems to have put in place for a purpose and that was to destroy the GOP for good. The guy identified as a liberal Democrat as late as 2000, and sure loved the Clintons during the 90’s. He also is basically owned by Wall St, who bailed his ass out on at least a couple times. I suggest the Alt Right create its own party, because after this train wreck, neither party is going to really be left standing. 1789 anybody?

        • Robert Bruce 27 July, 2017 at 22:37 Reply

          It is the neocon party, and they are anti white and anti nationalist. Create your own party and you don’t have to exhaust yourself with infighting the traitors within. Remember how they treated Buchanan on 2000? They basically kicked him out of the party!!! If Trump doesn’t get his shit straight soon the GOP will be the toxic party and on the way of becoming the new Whigs. Like it or not, for the past 2 decades they really haven’t come up with any fresh ideas, they just are against whatever the Dems come up with. Neo liberalism is not so hot anymore.

          • Yehudah Finkelstein 27 July, 2017 at 22:42

            The Neocons are finished. They’re like the Palecons were in the 90s, completely out in the wildernes and whining about being shut out.

            It’s too hard to start a new party. Conditions are different from 2000. The GOP is firmly a White Populist party now and that trend will only continue. We need to elevate candidates like Kris Kobach to the national scene.

      • Tyron Parsons 27 July, 2017 at 23:58 Reply

        Naa, he hasn’t done anything. Such as avert WW3 over Syria, put NATO on notice, drop the invasion by about 70%, expose the pathological liars in the (((MSM))) to normies killing whatever credibility they had left and the list goes on and on.

        The travel ban is in force although the Jew controlled SCOTUS is still trying to expand their doctoral powers and stop him.

        Sanctions? The original wasn’t done by Trump but obama. The new proposed ones haven’t passed his desk to even sign.

        As for Ukraine, it’s simply leverage because he can’t drop the entire anti Russia momentum otherwise the Trump and the Russians can’t work behind the scenes. Soon enough an agreement will be struck and Ukraine will be left to Russia’s domaine again.

        As for the Alt Right creating their own party that’s a pipe dream. We have few choices and one is support Trump to finish off those destroying America, try and reach the mainstream through the GOP and wait until the inevitable declaration of Martial Law so we can marshal our peoples to make a last stand.