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originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: Sabrechucker
Trust sessions is key component of the Q philosophy. Are you saying that we should start to back away from Q now?
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: crankyoldman
I've been reading them all backwards Cranky. based on the way they are formatted, some make sense either way with no relevance. On the other hand some provide a clear pattern of events, such as this one.
originally posted by: dashen
looks like the other shoe is about to drop
President Trump calls on AG Jeff Sessions to investigate 'the other side'
originally posted by: whereismyusername
Friendly nudge here. Neon revolt has a new drop about as lengthy as the payseur one... and there's a non-Q, but good information giving anon that started the digging #skullandbonesanon
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday issued a forcefully worded response to President Donald Trump’s claim that Sessions “never took control” of the Justice Department (DOJ); then, hours later, the two reportedly worked together without incident.
Shortly after the meeting let out, two sources told Axios’s Jonathan Swan that Trump’s harsh words and Sessions’ sharp official riposte went totally unmentioned, both men sticking to the business of the day.
According to Sessions’ office, the attorney general even scored something of a victory at the meeting, with the president nixing some of the penalty reduction proposals afoot. “We’re pleased the President agreed that we shouldn’t support criminal justice reform that would reduce sentences, put drug traffickers back on our streets, and undermine our law enforcement officers who are working night and day to reduce violent crime and drug trafficking in the middle of an opioid crisis,” Sessions said in a statement after the Axios report dropped.