These days, the person the “Buck Negger” is “negging” the most is his own Attorney General, Jeff Sessions. You remember Sessions – the anti-immigration right-winger who was one of Trump’s earliest and most loyal supporters, and who gave up a safe Senate seat to take the job that the “Buck Negger” is trying to force him out of with a campaign of withering public humiliation and ridicule. That’s the same Sessions whose elevation to Attorney General was claimed by Roissy to be sufficient to justify the “Buck Negger’s” election to the Presidency.
Trump: groveling to DACA “dreamers” while attacking, in the most despicable and disloyal fashion, the most anti-immigration member of his cabinet. Mysteriously, Trump worshippers like Roissy, who squeal in delight when Trump makes off-hand comments to aging French hags, have nothing to say so far about the Sessions fiasco. Is that a shiv too far?
Read this, emphasis added:
President Trump has been on a Twitter and verbal tirade against Attorney General Jeff Sessions the last few days — as if dumping the AG would solve the president’s problems with the Mueller snooping expedition. It’s sad to see such anger toward one of candidate Trump’s earliest and most enthusiastic supporters.
Tucker Carlson declared on his Tuesday show that it would be “Nuts” for Trump to ditch the one man in Washington who fully supports his program of law and sovereignty. But it’s worse than that — throwing Jeff Sessions under the bus might make Trump’s vital immigration enforcement constituency take a more critical look at what the president has actually done.
Candidate Trump promised to end the DACA amnesty immediately, but instead has allowed the program to continue and add new beneficiaries who get work permits and an open door to everything America offers.
Plus, there’s been no push from the White House to get universal e-Verify through the Congress which, as a comprehensive job blocker for illegal aliens, would be a very strong preventative for unlawful entry.
Trump’s immigration enforcement failures seem more egregious in light of his rotten treatment of Jeff Sessions. And would the loss of Sessions signal a flip-flop of Trump toward mass amnesty in the near future?
The basic purpose of Rotten Orange News is to inoculate Der Movement against future infections of The Man on White Horse Syndrome.
I doubt it’ll work though. To the naive, to the weak-minded, to the gullible, to the quota queens and other incompetents, an imaginary top-down “quick fix” is too alluring to ignore.
It’ll happen again, no doubt.