I was watching Justice with Jeanine Pirro on FOX on Saturday, September 1st and was shocked at her rudeness when referring to A.G. Jeff Sessions, who has never been known for his boldness. She basically said, “Jeff Session has got to go” and she shamed him throughout her entire monologue along with guest, Mike Huckabee who said he liked Jeff, but she was spot on and Jeff had to go because he’s been so quiet on the Mueller Investigation. They both seemed perplexed because Trump says Sessions IS NOT GOING before the mid-term elections.

Kelleigh Nelson, an ardent Trump supporter, wrote on Sept. 6 that AG Jeff Sessions is President Trump’s Judas Iscariot.  Then there was the August 26, 2018 Millennium Report claiming Jeff Sessions was a Bush plant, SES pawn and agent of Deep State and a willing lackey for the Bush political dynasty for decades and slyly presented himself as a patriot friend of Trump but is really a globalist and we’ll have an October SURPRISE of 2018 to be preceded by a September SHOCK & AWE and Sessions is a Deep State Trojan Horse!


I found myself feeling sorry for poor Jeff as I looked at his smiling face on the picture on the screen as though he was saying, “I know something you don’t know” as the Judge continued to belittle him. I asked myself, why would Sessions allow himself such ridicule and remain so quiet without either resigning or having a mental breakdown?


Just what has A.G. Sessions been doing?  I found the answer in the June 2017 The Schwarz Report article entitled “THE WAR ON POLICE” BY Heather MacDonald. After the election of President Barack Obama and the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri in August 2014, officers were backing off of proactive policing and violent crime was rising. In 2015, we saw the largest one-year spike in homicides nationwide in nearly 50 years and continued unabated through 2016 and into the 2017.

The federal government’s practice of slapping years-long Consent Decrees on police departments called out for reform. There is zero chance that Civil Rights attorneys in the federal government know more than police departments do about how to fight crime constitutionally and successfully. Yet the Obama administration opened 25 “pattern-or-practice” Civil Rights investigations, based on the false notions that police bias was widespread and that federal lawyers are qualified to recommend effective police practices.  The Department of Justice was currently enforcing 14 Consent Decrees with local departments, which grew out of such investigations. At a minimum, the Trump administration should have published data on how much the Obama-era-investigations and Consent Decrees have cost those departments.

At the end of March 2017, Sessions announced a review of existing and pending Consent Decrees. The immediate target of this review was a Consent Decree for the Baltimore Police Department, hastily signed in the waning days of the Obama administration and at that point still awaiting final approval from a federal judge. Session’s reevaluation was fully justified. As is typical, the Obama-era DOJ report that preceded the Baltimore decree failed to put numbers behind its charge that the Baltimore PD engaged in a “pattern or practice” of unconstitutional policing. The Obama report blasted the Baltimore cops for “clearing the corners” of miscreants and loiterers, but the police engage in such corner-clearing at the behest of the community. Since the report came out in summer 2016, Baltimore neighborhoods have been overrun by drug dealers, who now believe that they can operate with impunity. Residents have begged the department to return to corner-clearing and other public-order enforcement. The policing-is-racist narrative in Baltimore found five of the seven indicted officers were black ending up with a depleted and demoralized police force and to tens, if not hundreds of millions of dollars of unnecessary costs and fees.

From Baltimore, the next target for the A.G. Sessions Consent Decree review was an as-yet unfinalized Consent Decree in Chicago. The Obama-era report that triggered the pending Consent Decree suffered from the same flaws as the Baltimore report – it provided no quantified evidence for its claim that the Chicago Police Department engaged in systemic Civil Rights abuse.  The mayhem in Chicago in February and March 2017 alone included the slaying of a two-year-old boy and two other children in separate drive-by shootings over four days, and the spread of rape, robberies, car jackings and kidnappings into downtown and other previously safe neighborhoods.

And then in 2012 police Consent Decree in New Orleans, for example, was projected to cost $55 million over five years but the actual costs would be much higher.  Recent news reports said that sexual-assault complaints rose in 2015 (allegedly suggesting greater “gender” sensitivity in the New Orleans Police Department) and New Orleans is in the midst of an ongoing violent-crime spike shootings and homicides more than doubled in January 2017 over January 2016.

Obama’s first attorney general, Eric Holder, called on local US attorneys to involve themselves in prisoner reentry and rehabilitation activities. Heather McDonald said the Trump administration should determine if that initiative is producing enough crime reduction to justify the diversion of scarce prosecutorial resources; arguably, reentry activities are most efficiently carried out by the US Probation officers. Federal prisons, on the other hand, can serve as a model for prison work policies and prisoner education. The Bureau of Prisons should partner with private business for job-skills development, as recommended in the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act of 2015.


And then we have recently declared sanctuary cities, counties, and states that must be severely penalized. These scofflaw jurisdictions mainly controlled by Democrats that number about 300, refuse to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) efforts to deport convicted illegal-alien criminals must be penalized, so it seems obvious to me that A.G. Sessions has been going quietly about the business of undoing all the damage to the system that President Barack Obama caused and without the media reporting something positive.


Perhaps Judge Jeanine forgets that Donald Trump vigorously defended law enforcement during his presidential campaign. He pledged to restore order to the nation’s cities – where violent crime is surging and primarily in black neighborhoods.  The administration should explain that data-driven, proactive policing made possible the country’s 20 year, 50 percent violent-crime decline that began in the mid-1990s.

Recognizing that the Mueller investigation was FAKE and a waste of tax dollars, perhaps Trump and A.G Sessions decided to devote their time on the war we’ve seen on our police thereby encouraging them to be more proactive rather than purely reactive and responding only to crimes after someone has been victimized?

In February, 2018 Sessions made a good start in turning around the false narrative about policing, addressing the National Association of Attorneys General. Session warned that the nation’s violet-crime decline is now at risk, while acknowledging that the crime increase is not happening in every neighborhood. Yet we are diminished as a nation, he said, when citizens “fear for their life when they leave their home.” To be blunt, the violent-crime increase has hit almost exclusively in black neighborhoods.

Believing that A.G. Sessions is a weak scallywag, God brought to my mind the story of Moses, Joshua and Gideon.  Moses lived to be 120 years old (Deut. 34:7) but it wasn’t until he was 80 years old (Ex. 7:7) that God called him to lead His people out of Egypt.  The first 40 years of his life were spent in Egypt, learning first from his mother about God (for 12 years) and then learning from Pharaoh the skills needed to run Egypt. Read the whole story about Moses. When Moses was 80 years old God told him to return to Egypt and He would free the Israelites from slavery. God gave Moses specific directions on what to do and say.

Moses was also told ahead of time that Pharaoh would not let the people go at first, but finally after 10 plagues fell on the Egyptians, Pharaoh sent for Moses and told him to take the Israelites out of Egypt.  (It is interesting to note here that of these 10 plagues, the last 7 plagues that fell on Egypt did not fall on the Israelites. Compare this to the 7 Last Plagues of Revelation that will not fall on God’s people. Also note this indicates that God’s people will still be here on this earth during the Tribulation years. (Rev. 7:3; 9:4)

After leaving Egypt the Israelites passed through the Red Sea, were given Manna to eat and water to drink, were reminded of the Laws of God at Mr. Sinai and saw many other manifestations proving that it was God who was leading them, but when they finally arrived at the Land of Canaan they still did not trust God. Because of their distrust they were forced to spend a total of 40 years in the wilderness before they trusted God enough to actually do what he told them to do.

At one point, while on the way to the Promised Land (during their 40 years of wandering), the people complained of not having water. God told Moses to speak to a specific rock and He would send water but Moses lost his temper with the people and all their bellyaching and struck the rock twice (Numbers 20). Because of that one sin (not doing exactly as God had asked) Moses was told he would not be allowed into the Promised Land (Canaan). Moses died at the end of the 40 years of wandering in the wilderness, but before he died God allowed him to see into Canaan. Moses was very disappointed that he could not go into Canaan, but He still trusted in His Creator. God had a much better plan for him.

Following Moses, God raised up a Joshua Company out from this older generation to go forth to do great exploits in this hour of trial and to push back and to hinder the spirit of Antichrist.  Christian News reported in December 1995 about the Joshua Project 2000 strategic missionary outreach seeking to involve 160 countries, to work together to establish churches among these peoples.  And, then of course, there was cowardly Gideon who we find hiding out behind the threshing machine.


It’s hard to describe how angry Jeanine was that night.  Was there a purpose for this anger? As a former prosecutor herself, I couldn’t help but wonder if she isn’t itching to be appointed a new Attorney General.  Her program on FOX on Saturdays continues to be No. 1.  I get even more suspicious when I recall the Whoopi Goldberg/Judge Jeanine feud back in July when Jeanine was invited on ABC’s “The View” to help sell her book: LIARS, LEAKERS AND LIBERALS only to be summarily told “goodbye” by co-host Goldberg when Jeanine brought up the violence being committed by illegal immigrants and it got even worse backstage, where  Jeanine alleges Goldberg accosted  her and spit in her face and on FOX later, Jeanine thanked Goldberg for the free advertisement for her book which became No. 1 on Amazon but did that bit of “advertisement” later cause her to wonder if she could replace A.G. Sessions?


Jeanine asks Huckabee what can we do about A.G. Sessions? Then they tossed around a few ideas between them.  Who would prosecute? And then there was talk about a Grand Jury. And then I heard the judge answer her own question when she said, “Never under estimate the president…” and I thought BINGO. I had an epiphany as my mind raced to something I found on the Internet about it all being part of a plan Trump and Sessions are putting in place to take down the Deep State and the entire banking industry bankrupting them, and offering a lucrative monthly income of $11,324 a month to Americans.  Retired politicians have been side by side with the banking industry ripping off Americans so now it’s their turn to turn the tables. To give thousands back to the people that has been stolen from us by the IRS. [Link]  And then President Woodrow Wilson sponsored the establishment of the Federal Reserve System of banking in 1913.

And then up popped what I thought was an advertisement mentioning similar big dollars amounts that will be available for Americans. The thought went through my mind, “If it’s too good to be true, it probably isn’t” and I was about to hit the “delete” button when out of the clear dropped an 8 x 11 sheet of paper of many notes I’d taken from a LEGACY Report.

I don’t ever plan to win any journalism awards but after I read the War on Police article by Heather MacDonald in THE SCHWARZ REPORT, I began to have a whole new outlook on why Sessions hasn’t jumped to condemn the Mueller investigation.  And if all else fails, Presidents have been known to go to war when they need a distraction and there is a lot of buzz on the Internet about an attack against Syria and Iran.  All I can say is, may the Lord’s will be done.

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