Is Sessions Cracking Down on Sanctuary Cities to Save Face with Trump?

The liberal rumor mill has been heating up lately, meaning it must be a slow hard news month on the left. Their favorite thing to do lately seems to be propping up some sort of schism between the president and the nation’s top law enforcement officer.

The flare ups that naturally occur in the stressful environment of high level politics are being grossly highlighted in the Trump administration. There are no legs behind the rumors of problems between Attorney General Jeff Sessions and President Donald Trump – none noteworthy enough to lead a news cycle, anyway.

Jeff Sessions is a career politician with a healthy base down South. This is a man who has navigated some of the most toxic politics this country has ever known during the Civil Rights and Affirmative Action eras. He has come out smiling on both ends. As Attorney General, Sessions has not been a man to trifle with.

His crackdown on sanctuary cities has served notice to liberal hubs of crime like Chicago. The message is clear: disobey the directives of the federal government at your own risk.

This crackdown is not without good reason. All it takes is a look at the front page of any of these liberal rags to see why sanctuary cities are an awful idea. Rape in Sweden. Rape in Germany. Rape across the continent of Europe – with the more liberal countries on the continent suffering the worst of the epidemic.

Is the liberal media seriously taking Jeff Sessions to task for trying to protect our country’s women from unhinged, desperate immigrants?

Chicago, seriously. You are suing the federal government for trying to help clean up crime? Why don’t you sue some of the criminals who are making that beautiful city the laughingstock of the Free World?

No, instead of addressing the problem directly, and possibly saving lives in the process, the media has chosen to try and dust up some differences between Sessions and Trump. What differences? It doesn’t really matter. Anything is good enough for the mainstream. If Trump coughs while meeting with Sessions, liberals will say that there is a dust up.

It is also enormously disingenuous to compare the recent changing of the guard in the Trump administration to any relationship that Sessions and Trump have. Each position is individual, and Trump has greatly improved his advisory positions in an unapologetic way since he took office from Obama. Efficiency is not a character trait to make fun of.

Here’s the bottom line: Both Sessions and Trump are men who understand each other. They know how to get the job done and work under pressure. Each of them has held steady to firm beliefs under an inordinate amount of fire in his career — Trump in business, Sessions in law.

Being a consummate businessman, Trump knows that Sessions has a bit more of a solid base than any of the people he has had to release from duty lately. Sessions is a career politician, yes. However, this is a man who has credentials that come forged in fire. He is not a boyish press secretary with more bluster than balls.

Firing Sessions could lead to real problems in 2020, and possibly in 2018 during the mid terms. Trump’s team is firmly aware of this, meaning the attorney general’s job is probably the safest place in the administration.

No, Sessions is not cracking down on sanctuary cities in order to avoid the wrath of Trump. Sessions is cracking down on sanctuary cities because sanctuary cities are stupid, dangerous ideas. No amount of spin is going to detract from the fact that our attorney general is protecting the American people. If that takes a few misinterpreted statements on Twitter, then so be it.

~ Conservative Zone


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