There is a mystery surrounding Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
President Trump has blasted Sessions for his recusal in the Russia investigation, which has led to serious questions about his future.
In one interview, Sessions delivered an answer that helped solve this riddle.
While President Trump routinely criticizes Sessions for not being upfront about having to recuse himself, Trump supporters wonder why he keeps Sessions running the Justice Department despite his questionable loyalty.
One answer to that question could be that there are two Jeff Sessions.
There is the Jeff Sessions who caved to the swamp and anti-Trump media pressure by recusing himself from the Russia investigation.
The second Jeff Sessions has been a fearless champion in implementing and defending Donald Trump’s America First crackdown on illegal immigration.
Sessions proved this an in a recent radio interview when he defended the administration’s zero-tolerance policy for referring all illegal border crossings to prosecutions.
This has led to the children of illegal aliens being separated from their parents after the adults are processed for crimes.
The children are released into the custody of either relatives or the least restrictive shelter possible.
Journalists and Democratic operatives used this policy to spread fake news and score cheap political points at the administration’s expense by smearing Trump an inhuman racist.
Over the Memorial Day weekend holiday, Democratic operatives and so-called “journalists” spread photos of children in cages at a detention center in Arizona like wildfire across social media.
But it blew up in the left’s face when alert readers quickly realized the photographs were from 2014 – when Barack Obama was in the White House.
But as usual, the correction got far fewer coverage than the explosive allegations that Trump was caging minor children because he enjoys being cruel to illegal aliens.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions defended the policy of separating illegal alien minors from their parents as a sensible deterrent to illegal border crossings.
In an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt, Sessions stated:
“Well, we can, we’d be glad to work at that, and actually, to keep them as close as possible, and then they’re deported. But the law requires us to keep children in a different facility than we do for adults. And every time somebody, Hugh, gets prosecuted in America for a crime, American citizens, and they go to jail, they’re separated from their children. We don’t want to do this at all. If people don’t want to be separated from their children, they should not bring them with them. We’ve got to get this message out. You’re not given immunity. You have to, you will be prosecuted if you bring, if you come illegally. And if you bring children, you’ll still be prosecuted.”
The reality is quite simple.
If illegal aliens don’t want to be separated from their children, they should not attempt to sneak into the country.
The Trump administration – as Sessions explained – is not carrying out a zero-tolerance policy to prosecute illegal aliens out of cruelty.
Their goal is to protect American sovereignty and the country’s workers from the harmful effects of illegal immigration.