Kikes Use Russian Kookspiracy to Attack Sessions – He Will Testify Before Sanhedrin

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 11, 2017

So Jimmy Boy’s testimony for sure was a major blow to the kookspiracy, but it is marching directly on and the strategy is the same: isolate Trump from the representatives of Trumpism.

For those who don’t remember, Trumpism was about, among other things:

  • Peace with Russia, involving a military alliance against NATO
  • Trade protectionism
  • Restoring law and order and ending the black and leftist violence spree
  • Building a wall
  • Mass deporting Mexicans
  • Stopping Immigration
  • Dealing with the drug epidemic

Quite a few of those things are linked to the Department of Justice, and Jeff Sessions as a person.

He is still a pure representative of stopping the blacks, ending the drugs and getting these Mexican “people” the hell out of our country.

He’s like the last guy that it makes sense would be a Soviet KGB agent – a conservative Methodist Sunday school teacher from Alabama with a life-long record of doing exactly what you would expect a person with that profile to have been doing – but they don’t care.


Well, Sessions is too honest of a boy scout type person, and recused himself without the boss’ approval.

So the voluntary appearance before the Sanhedrin does give one pause. Not that I would expect him to lie in the first place, just that I fear he could get trapped by these kikes, due to his honest and trusting Southern disposition.

LA Times:

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Saturday that he will testify next week before the Senate Intelligence Committee on matters connected to the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

In a letter to his former colleagues in the House and Senate, Sessions canceled a planned appearance before Congress’ appropriations committees. Sessions said he instead plans to appear on Tuesday before the Intelligence panel to respond to questions stemming from FBI director James Comey’s bombshell testimony last Thursday.

If this is an open session – it is still unclear at this point, but Senate aides believe it will be public – Sessions will likely face a barrage of questions over his role in Comey’s dismissal, his independence from President Donald Trump, and allegations of additional unreported meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Sessions has already recused himself from the Russia probe after failing to tell the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation of two meetings with Kislyak, and there have been reports of additional sessions.

During his testimony, Comey asserted he was aware of non-public information that helped lead to Sessions’ decision in February to recuse himself from the FBI’s Russia investigation.

“Our judgment, as I recall, is that [Sessions] was very close to and inevitably going to recuse himself for a variety of reasons,” Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee. “We also were aware of facts that I can’t discuss in an opening setting that would make his continued engagement in a Russia-related investigation problematic.”

Yeah, see, this is how the kikes and their Danny Boy’s get you – “he’s an overly honest boy scout – must be KGB, I assume.”

When he described the meeting with Kislyak, he even described a confrontation of a type between a Soviet type guy and a guy who had been a Christian missionary in the forever USSR (which Sessions was).

This is exactly the type of white guy that demonic kikes like Al Franken are able to trip up with their own honesty.

Comey also portrayed Sessions as unwilling or unable to stand up to President Donald Trump, something the former Alabama GOP senator vowed to do when asked during his confirmation hearing. For instance, Comey stated that Sessions “did not reply” when Comey complained about Trump asking to be alone with the former FBI director following a Feb. 14 Oval Office meeting.

“I have a recollection of him just kind of looking at me – and there’s a danger here I’m projecting onto him, so this may be a faulty memory, but I kind of got – his body language gave me the sense that, ‘What am I going to do?’” Comey said.

Well, firstly, Comey probably made up that body language session with Sessions as he made up most of this shit.

Secondly, even if it was real, the “don’t leave me alone with him” request was bizarre and nonsensical.

If the “I hope you let this go” comment actually had happened, and he thought it was inappropriate, Comey should have immediately just said “Mr. President, I know you’re new to this type of a role, and used to working in a private business environment, but it isn’t really appropriate for you to hold me privately and make a comment like that.”

Trump would have been like “yeah, okay, sure.” And talked to his lawyers about it.

If the lawyers would have said “yeah that’s not standard procedure, and could be construed as blah blah blah and he may have taken it as whatever,” then Trump could have called Comey, said he’s new to the job and made a mistake, he knows now he’s not supposed to do that, and won’t do it again in the future.

Problem solved.

Instead, Comey snuck off to write little notes about how he thought Trump must be a KGB agent because “I hope you let this go” was reminiscent of “who will rid me of this meddlesome priest.” And then went to Sessions and secretly whined about it. I would make the same gestures Comey described (that gesture description – wow – that might have been second to the McCain part in lulziness).

I can imagine that happening, then Sessions calling Trump and being like “yeah, the FBI director came to see me. He was talkin a bit weird, not sure what he was getting at,” and Trump replying “yeah, he’s a weird guy. Who acts like this? Don’t worry about it, I’ll handle it. How are things going otherwise?”

Following Comey’s testimony, the Justice Department released a statement trying to counter some of the former FBI director’s claims, including disputing the assertion that Sessions was silent following the Feb. 14 incident.

“The Attorney General was not silent; he responded to this comment by saying that the FBI and Department of Justice needed to be careful about following appropriate policies regarding contacts with the White House,” the DOJ statement said.

The Justice Department also said Sessions began looking into the issue of recusing himself from the Russia investigation shortly after he took office. According to DOJ, Sessions believed his prominent role in the Trump campaign would conflict with allegations of collusion between Russian officials and Trump aides.

Trump has privately expressed frustration about Sessions’ decision to recuse himself, and the two have had a tense relationship in recent weeks. Sessions even offered to resign before Trump left on his first foreign trip, but the president ultimately declined the offer, according to a person who regularly speaks with Sessions.

Sessions announced his decision to testify in a letter to his former Senate colleagues. He had been scheduled to testify before the House and Senate appropriations committees in support of DOJ’s annual budget request, but he nixed his appearance after learning that lawmakers wanted to ask him about the Russia investigation. Instead, Sessions will appear Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee to address Comey’s cryptic testimony.

Yeah, Trump’s frustrated because of this Southern Christian boy scout bullshit which is out of place when you’re in the middle of a war against Jews.

But I still think Sessions, as a true believer in Trumpism, and as an otherwise totally competent individual, should be kept on. of course he should be. There aren’t that many honest people in Washington. I mean, everything is give and take, and if you’re going to have someone who is not a backstabbing schemer, he may also happen to be a conservative Christian boy scout.

But. The Comey hearing was certain good for Team Goyim.

I think Sessions publicly confirming, under oath, The President’s story, so you have two against Comey, will be a good thing.