Sessions delivered a strong opening statement especially challenging those with whom he had worked respectfully for so long. He found their appearance of disdain and discord disgusting, asking them why they had all admitted previously that they had no evidence yet falsely claiming that they "knew something was there." Well, it's because their Left Wing sponsors tell them there is something there, no proof needed, and they puppet that line for the campaign funds. Nothing more and nothing less and it is an absolute disgrace.
He called them out individually as they attempted to belittle him, from Ron "Mr. Innuendo" Wyden of Oregon, to the illogical Mark Warner of Virginia, and to the rude and obnoxious Kamala Harris of California, just to name a few. This marked the third big hearing in a row in which she asked questions without affording the time for the person testifying to answer, and Sessions called her on it in a gentlemanly way. And he was frequently chided over his strident resolve to protect the President's executive privilege authority, something anyone working for him should do regarding personal conversations with the President. After all, it is one of the important components of the separation of the Executive from the Legislature as established by the Constitution. If the President wants to surrender his executive authority on a particular subject, he will tell his subordinate that he may do so, but at his discretion, not because Congress says so.
Sadly, with only a few exceptions, most notable of whom was Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, the Republicans did little if anything to protect one of their own. It is truly amazing that after last week they continue to harp on Trump and Russia when we now know that the Special Prosecutor only came about because of James Comey's leak of information which sought just such a response. And with information coming out concerning Loretta Lynch's standing down Comey on the Clinton email scandal, that also has not even been mentioned.
When you look at both of those revelations, however, it becomes more and more obvious that the investigation is focused in the wrong direction, because the real culprits on the scene today are Comey, Lynch, and Clinton, husband and wife, who obviously colluded to insure that the truth remains hidden. Trump and Russia were created by them to make an excuse for the fact that Hillary's campaign failed again. the truth will get sufficient traction that the mainstream media can no longer look the other way. It will do so because President Trump, along with good men like Sessions, will not be scared off.
And now, before it drags on any longer, Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller needs to be challenged on the make up of his prosecutorial team, which includes a major attorney who worked on Clinton Foundation legal issues as well as other Clinton donors.
Bias? You betcha'. But no matter, because the world will continue to turn and the Washington Swamp will continue to exude its stench. Stay tuned, America, we'll be on this lousy ride for a while.