Today more than ever, it is important that the President retain solid Conservatives in his Administration in key positions. The Obama Administration repeatedly defied the Constitution and the rule of law as it attempted to complete his transformation of America from a productive and free state to one of rationing, government control and decision-making based upon who most closely adhered to its governmental dogma. Nowhere was that violation of our Founders intent more prevalent than in the Department of Justice (DOJ), where over eight years two Attorneys Generas, Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch, worked overtime to subvert the rule of law into the law of man in support of their Left Wing ideological leader, Barack Obama.
So, today we find ourselves with the President, angry at his Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his earlier recusal from the Russia-Hillary situation, thereby allowing the derelict media and their Democratic supporters to turn nothing into something which set up the Robert Mueller sham of a legal witch hunt against the President. And while I don't think there was any reason why Sessions should have recused himself, I understand why he might have done so and it was the mixed signals sent by the President in some of his tweets and public announcements. Put yourself in Sessions' shoes and it becomes clear that Sessions was concerned about the proper way the DOJ should deal with issues according to the law. He has a long history of believing in the rule of law and his oversight of the department to date makes it clear that he wants legal actions to be beyond reproach and validated should any court challenge be filed, of which some already have met that fate. Sessions is a mild and soft spoken man, unlike his boss, but he is one of the strongest adherents of constitutional government in this land. His steady hand is needed to guide the department through the maize that Obama set up therein and which takes time to unwind it.
There is no man who has been more loyal to the President concerning his agenda and taking action to right the wrongs of state. He is doggedly going after graft and corruption, immigration and sanctuary city violations, yet he is stuck with large numbers of Obama holdover due to Democratic stonewalling of replacement nominations. It's as if Trump thinks he can do things by the flip of a switch when the President himself faces roadblocks at every turn of the switch. I understand his impatience, but it took eight years of Obama with a compliant Republican Congress to get us here and it will take more than six months to undo the damage.
Sessions was the first Republican Senator to openly support the President when everyone expected him to support Ted Cruz and Sessions is pushing hard to carry out the new President's agenda. So, instead of firing a good man, the President should put down his tweet machine, meet with Sessions and bury the hatchet and give this man the opportunity to clean up the injustice in the Justice Department. The President needs to understand that the mild mannered Jeff Session is not a bomb thrower, but he fully understands what needs to be done in the DOJ and there is no man better suited for the task he has. And what if he did make a mistake, somehow the issue would have found itself forward since the Democrats, the Deep State holdover intelligence minority and the mainstream media would have found their way forward some other way. Until the White House has eliminated its internal leak problem and those holding positions who are fighting the President from within, the problems won't go away. And even then, he still has to fight the RINO Republicans who play "patsy" with the Democrats against Trump on a daily basis. Seriously, how can the President never find fault with the likes of Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski while singling out Jeff Sessions? It makes no sense.
And who is the President going to find to better understand the problems in the DOJ and more vigorously pursue what needs to be done than Jeff Sessions? This much I know, it won't be a lawyer from New York City who is oblivious to what the vast majority of good Americans think in flyover country. Sessions represents what you campaigned on, Mr. President, so do the right thing. Work it out with Attorney General Sessions and let him focus on the job he was selected to carry out.