[Rushtalk] Crazed Zealot Jeff Sessions Attempts to Enforce Law!

Carl Spitzer {C Juno} cwsiv at juno.com
Sun Nov 11 13:55:56 MST 2018


Looks like Trump has to fire a lot more people in the Attorney Generals
office not just Sessions.



Crazed Zealot Jeff Sessions Attempts to Enforce Law! 
Ann Coulter Follow @AnnCoulter | Thursday Oct 25, 2018 12:41 PM

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The New York Times recently published a snippy attack on Attorney
General Jeff Sessions, portraying him as a single-minded zealot pursuing
crackpot ideas that were putting the Trump administration “on track to
lose in court and prompting high-level departures.”

The Times’ sources were “current and former career department lawyers.”
In other words, Trump-hating Democratic zealots weeks away from their
book contracts.



One attorney who left the Department of Justice during its descent into
madness under Sessions was Stephen J. Buckingham. (Why not “Astor” or
“Carnegie”?)

As at any federal agency, 99 percent of “career” attorneys at DOJ are
left-wing. Social activists move effortlessly from the ACLU, the
Democratic Socialists of America and the Lesbian and Gay Immigration
Rights Task Force to government jobs. Thus, one entry on Buckingham’s
resume is that he “created a program to amend the immigration status of
unaccompanied Sudanese refugee minors.”

During Democratic administrations, these selfless career employees sell
guns to Mexican drug cartels and run around the country making sure
local police forces can’t do their jobs. During Republican
administrations, they spend their time quietly, relentlessly sabotaging
the administration they allegedly serve.

In addition to being a nonstop source of critical remarks about the
Trump administration, “career” DOJ employees also lead mob assaults on
Cabinet members, as Allison Hrabar did to Homeland Security Secretary
Kirstjen Nielsen in June.

Along with a dozen of her friends from the Democratic Socialists of
America, DOJ paralegal Hrabar surrounded Nielsen’s table at a
Washington, D.C., restaurant, shouting: “Kirstjen Nielsen, you’re a
villain!” “If kids don’t eat in peace, you don’t eat in peace!” “The f—
ing gall!” “Shame on you!” “Shame! Shame! Shame!” “Fascist pig!” — which
Nielsen eventually realized was not the evening’s special.

(And it still didn’t occur to Gen. John Kelly’s special friend Nielsen
why voters wanted a wall.)

It took months of complaints about the DOJ not firing Hrabar — and her
own arrogant claim that she couldn’t be fired — for her to finally lose
her job.

In Buckingham’s case, he told the Times that his conscience was shocked
when Sessions asked him a legal question. (God forbid the attorney
general question one of the lawyers working at DOJ!)

The Times reports: “In one instance, Mr. Sessions directly questioned a
career lawyer, Stephen Buckingham, who was asked to find ways to file a
lawsuit to crack down on sanctuary laws protecting undocumented
immigrants. Mr. Buckingham, who had worked at the Justice Department for
about a decade, wrote in a brief” — and presumably his forthcoming
memoirs — “that he could find no legal grounds for such a case.”

Anyone else remember Arizona being denounced for two years during the
Obama administration for trying to enforce immigration laws that the
federal government wouldn’t? Hey, idiots! The feds have total control
over immigration.

Didn’t Khizr Khan give Buckingham a copy of his Constitution?

I have been not practicing law longer than “Buckingham” was at the
Justice Department, but I found possible legal grounds to go after
sanctuary cities in approximately eight seconds on Google.

Title 18 of the U.S. Code is the federal criminal code. Section 3
states: “Accessory after the fact. Whoever, knowing that an offense
against the United States has been committed, receives, relieves,
comforts or assists the offender in order to hinder or prevent his
apprehension, trial or punishment, is an accessory after the fact.”

It’s hard to miss Section 3. Section 1 was repealed in 1984, and Section
2 consists of only 52 words. But Buckingham must have exhausted himself
reading Section 2 and didn’t have the energy to shove ahead to Section
3.

Even if a couple sentences is your maximum reading limit, the crime of
“accessory after the fact” has gotten a lot of airtime since Trump
became president. It is one of the literally millions of laws Trump has
probably broken, demanding his impeachment.

Before Trump was even inaugurated, Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen of
Tennessee was claiming on MSNBC’s Chris Matthews’ show that Trump could
be an “accessory after the fact” to the (nonexistent) Russian collusion.

Earlier this year, Frank Figliuzzi, the former assistant director for
counterintelligence at the FBI, elaborated on this theory on MSNBC’s
“The Last Word With Lawrence O’Donnell,” explaining that the president
may have helped Vladimir Putin avoid punishment for his felonious act of
taking out Facebook ads (or something).

By contrast with the (nonexistent) felony of (nonexistent) Russian
collusion, the whole point of a “sanctuary city” is to shelter known
criminals from arrest and deportation.

Sanctuary cities like Philadelphia expressly prohibit officials from
giving Immigration and Customs Enforcement advance notice before
releasing illegal alien inmates to the public. In California, even if
ICE shows up asking for a specific criminal alien, state and local
government officials are instructed to refuse to comply, except in cases
of certain violent felonies.

Prosecutors in “sanctuary” jurisdictions throughout the country are
dropping criminal charges against immigrants — or allowing them to plea
to minor offenses — for the sole purpose of preventing their
deportation.

In practice, this means less punishment for noncitizens than U.S.
citizens. Talk about the “new Jim Crow.”

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf not only refused to cooperate with federal
law enforcement, she actually warned illegal aliens of an impending ICE
raid.

These government officials are threatening the lives and safety of their
own constituents by actively assisting known criminals escape
apprehension by federal law enforcement. As Democrat Sheila Kuehl, chair
of the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors, put it, Californians should
“lie, cheat and steal” to ensure that no immigrant be deported.

It’s hard to think of a more fundamental betrayal of the public trust.

Yes, you’re right, New York Times. Poor career attorneys are being asked
to do horrible things under Jeff Sessions. Such as enforce the law.


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