AG Jeff Sessions Slays Senate Spy-Fiction

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions defended his integrity earlier on Tuesday by testifying in front of the US Senate and he called the suggestion about him colluding with Russia to be a detestable lie, while refusing to answer a number of questions with regard to his private conversations with President Trump.

The public hearing took more than two hours before the Senate Intelligence Committee, which investigates the alleged collusion between Russian spies/government officials and members of Donald Trump’s staff during the 2016 election cycle. After Jeff Session’s hearing, we are still unable (as usual) to find any shred of evidence as to the validity of mainstream media/Democrats’ wild claims and conspiracy theories about the alleged Russian interference.

Nonetheless, these hearings make for excellent political theater and that’s why we choose politicians to represents us, right? After all, politics is show-business for ugly people. Jeff Sessions started his “one man show” in an aggressive stance, saying that, let me quote:

“Let me state this clearly, colleagues, I have never met with or had any conversation with any Russians or any foreign officials concerning any type of interference with any campaign or election in the United States, further I have no knowledge of any such conversations by anyone connected to the Trump campaign… any suggestion I participated in or was aware of collusion with the Russians is an appalling and detestable lie.” 

Sessions was delivering a beat-down today folks,  #COVFEFE style. The Russian collusion never-ending story was pretty much dismantled by Senator Tom Cotton, who brilliantly pointed out that nobody, including former FBI Director James Comey has seen/provided a single shred of tangible evidence for their extraordinary claims. And extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, especially when you’re alleging that Russian spies hacked the DNC and/or stole Hillary Clinton’s emails, basically staging a coup d’etat in the land of the free, home of the brave. In Tom Cotton’s immortal words: