Trump’s own words indicate that Sessions was sent into his campaign as a “Trojan horse” by Deep State

Would you trust the guy in the middle with “draining the swamp”? No, we wouldn’t either!                             GETTY IMAGES – From left: Mr Rosenstein, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and Mr McCabe

SOTN Editor’s Note: The following boldfaced quote from President Trump really does indicate that Sen. Jeff Sessions was sent into the Trump campaign by his Deep State masters to secure the U.S. Attorney General position—the most powerful post in the U.S. Federal Government.  SES Sessions simply was not the type of individual to seek that high office; he’s way too much of a political wimp and milquetoast to do that job.  And he knew it. See: Jeff Sessions: SES Member Since 1988 (Video)

*SES = Senior Executive Service

“I’m so sad over Jeff Sessions because he came to me. He was the first Senator that endorsed me. And he wanted to be Attorney General, and I didn’t see it,” he said.
(Source: “I Don’t Have An Attorney General”: Trump Blasts Sessions, Says FBI Is A “Cancer In Our Country”)

With this understanding, the real question is how did they coerce Sessions to take such a thankless job?  And how did they compel him to betray Trump with the Mueller investigation?  As follows:

There can only be one or two answers to this critical question.  Either Sessions is being bribed or blackmailed or both.  He would have to be compensated handsomely (i.e. bribery) to be willing to be painted as such a vile villain, so it’s unlikely that this alone would compel him.  Therefore, it’s quite likely he is being coerced via blackmail for either a criminal act (or acts) hidden in his personal or professional history.  Or perhaps Sessions is being framed for a Pedogate-type of transgression, or worse.[1]
(Source: JEFF SESSIONS: A Bush plant, SES pawn and agent of Deep State)

Now, exactly who are these people out there saying: “Trust Sessions!”

State of the Nation
September 21, 2018

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