Jeff Sessions was a controversial figure as Attorney General.
After President Trump asked him to step down as the head of the Justice Department, many assumed Sessions would look for a chance to seek revenge on the President.
And now Jeff Sessions left jaws on the ground with what he said about Donald Trump.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has remained out of the public eye since President Trump asked for his resignation after the midterm elections last November.
However, that all changed when Sessions appeared with former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie at SkyBridge Capital’s SALT conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
MSNBC fake news journalist Stephanie Ruhle interviewed Sessions, and the topic of discussion quickly turned to his political future.
Alabama Democrat Doug Jones won Sessions Senate seat in a shocking upset in December 2017 after the Republican establishment planted false stories in the liberal media about Republican Roy Moore having inappropriate relationships with teenage girls when he was 34 years-old.
“I haven’t made a formal announcement about the Senate race, but I am interested about the issues,” Sessions told Ruhle. “I’d love to see us bring more intellectual heft behind those positions. I think it exists, and maybe I can contribute some in that.”
His comments raised eyebrows.
Sessions was still on board with Donald Trump’s “America First” agenda, but by saying he wanted to add heft to the issues, Sessions implied that the President was not qualified to defend his own policies.
Doug Jones is the most vulnerable Democrat running for re-election in 2020.
He is a radical leftist who supports killing babies up until the moment of birth—and even after they are born alive from surviving an abortion.
And Senator Jones’ political prospects took a turn for the worse when Alabama State Representative John Rogers opposed a pro-life bill.
Rodgers had shockingly stated that, “Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or you kill them later. You bring them in the world unwanted, unloved, you send them to the electric chair. So, you kill them now or you kill them later.”
In response, Jones criticized Rogers on social media tweeting, “The rhetoric of Rep. John Rogers gets more appalling each time he speaks. He does not speak for the people of Alabama and is in fact offending all Alabamians with his crude and reprehensible comments.”
But Rogers revealed Jones true feelings on the issue when he said Senator Jones had actually agreed with his statement that killing babies in abortion clinics was preferable to bringing them into the world.
“He called me twice. He told me, ‘John, I know you’re right but I [have] to come out against you,’” Rogers told local radio hosts. “I said, ‘Okay, fine, if it’s going to help your campaign, do that.’ That’s the kind of guy I am.”
Donald Trump won Alabama by over 20 points in 2016.
The President figures to carry the state by a similar margin in 2020.
That makes Doug Jones the most vulnerable Democrat in America.
But Republicans must decide if Jeff Sessions is the best candidate to take him on.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.