Have you no shame, republicans, in your collective profiles in cowardice so abysmal that you had to wait for Trump to torment one of your own before you offered rebukes? Of course, since Sessions was a senator from Alabama, one of the poorest states in the country, where destitute whites and blacks live in third world despair and receive nothing from their politicians, his biggest defenders are fellow gutless senators who talk of his integrity because he recused himself from the investigation.
These chicken-hearted weasels cannot figure out how Trump can turn his back on an attorney general who wants to lengthen prison terms for smoking marijuana, wants to eliminate medical marijuana, wants to throw just about every Mexican in the country who doesn't have papers into jail or deport them, wants to take money away from sanctuary cities who protect these people, wants in fact to accomplish just about every mean-spirited act to appease his party's constituents while enforcing upon ithe rest of America massive inhumanity—a GOP doctrine.
Republican senators are aghast that President Trump, supposedly a republican, can turn on his own, when all the while they had to know he'd turn on anyone, has no loyalty to anyone, is not about the country but instead himself as an entity bullet proof from criticism or insubordination, which makes them all fair game, and especially the twerp from Alabama, who had no right going along with the law and the Constitution, an act the GOP falls all over themselves as they praise him for doing what he absolutely had to do. Poor little Jeff.
Boohoo, the outraged but nevertheless tempered GOP, wanting to defend the pig-eyed twerp, yet at the same time not wanting to expose themselves to the reckless, vicious vituperation of their beloved President, who might, if he feels like it, do everything in his power to humiliate and, if he could, fire them if they don't defend and heap praise on him 24/7. Don't they realize they are just pieces, like chess pieces, on the czar/messiah's big board, and he can do what he wants with them? That. To him, like everybody else, they're peons?
Every democrat in the country, engaged in this class war, in this liberal versus conservative, poor versus rich, who are witnessing the dismantling of every right and privilege handed down over the decades, ought to rejoice at the squirming self-righteous right wing and the suffering little shit currently absorbing the wrath of a demented, hating, hateful President. We should be salivating like biting into a good steak at the thrill of watching the AG writhe in the clutches of the big cobra while all the little snakes surrounding the scene slither around on their bellies, looking at each other for help in defusing this horrible situation, secretly confiding in each other that yes, yes, the big cobra is the most obscene, horrendous pile of shit ever to rule anything, much less a country, but how do we protect our fellow snake, the one with all the powers in the world to torture any worthwhile representatives of humanity in this country? Our devoted comrade, Jeff Sessions.