To Recuse or Not to Recuse

Mirengoff is ticked off with the results of the Alabama Senate Republican primary. It’s not an annoyed or irritated or angry ticked off, it’s that sort of shoulder shrugging “sigh”. Why won’t people give real conservatives like himself and Sessions their due? Why indeed.

Sessions backed out of a fight he could win and in point of fact, did so with a number of cases during his time as evidenced by the following comment to the same post:

If G-d came down from heaven and told me that Sessions should have recused I’ll accept it.

However, his recusal didn’t prevent him from prosecuting Lois Lerner. He chose not to.

His recusal Didn’t prevent him from prosecuting Hillary for her illegal server or her involvement with the Uranium scandal. He chose not to.

His recusal didn’t prevent him from prosecuting Hillary/Obama for Benghazi he chose not to.

His recusal didn’t prevent him from stopping the raid on Trumps lawyer – it had nothing to do with Russia. He chose not to.

His recusal didn’t prevent him from prosecuting the beautiful Wasserman Shultz and her Pakistani IT experts. He chose not to.

His recusal Didn’t prevent him from telling Rodentstein that Mueller was conflicted and should be ineligible for the hoax investigation.

He’s recusal didn’t prevent him from getting preliminary information from Rodentstein and determining that it was a hoax from the get-go and stopping it.

His recusal didn’t prevent him from telling Rodentstein that Mueller couldn’t have a team of only partisan Democrats.

I could go on and on but it seems like the McClellan wing of the Republican Party believes in recusal for me but not for thee

Good list. True too.

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