good advice from Sessions to Yates, which he should take

Sessions did not “testify,” per se, yesterday. He offered a defense of himself, free of the annoyance of cross-examination and kept his consistently partisan blinders as high as always.

I have no doubt that he does not question his own integrity.

That was believable. And not shocking.

I think this Jeff Sessions was actually the best counter-argument to yesterday’s Jeff Sessions. It’s oddly on point. (And prescient, as well.)

One comment on “good advice from Sessions to Yates, which he should take

  1. Tim says:

    I haven’t grown to the point where I can deign to listen to the lip flapping of someone low enough to have risen high in the GOP, especially Alabama’s variant of that legal mafia. Actually, I’m trying and believe I need to be able not to close myself off from painful reminders of stunted lives like Sessions’. It’s a process.

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