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Don ' t know how the Twit Linking goes .

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I know nothing about the guy. I assume POTUS trusts him
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigns at Donald Trump’s request

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(reading on one computer and replying on another, so still can't copy/ paste. Sorry!)
But it's the top story at zerohedge. This Matthew Whitaker is looking pretty good!
Heh. Bet Nancy and Chuckie are apoplectic.
Here's the heading

Sessions Was Told Wednesday That Trump Wanted Him To Resign: BBG
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You know what they say about bald guys...

Look who wrote this:
I would indict Hillary Clinton: Opposing view
Sessions for Senate 2020

(11-07-2018, 06:34 PM)FlyoverCountry Wrote: [ -> ]I know nothing about the guy.  I assume POTUS trusts him


(11-07-2018, 07:18 PM)Capnron Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-07-2018, 06:34 PM)FlyoverCountry Wrote: [ -> ]I know nothing about the guy.  I assume POTUS trusts him

Dare we say... Lock her up! ;-)
(11-07-2018, 06:34 PM)FlyoverCountry Wrote: [ -> ]I know nothing about the guy.  I assume POTUS trusts him

I just did a quick search and found:

Matthew Whitaker's troubling opinion: Judges need a biblical view

Editor's note: This column was originally published on May 4, 2014.

"I'd like to see things like their world view, what informs them. Are they people of faith? Do they have a biblical view of justice?"

— Matt Whitaker, during Iowa Family Leader debate

If elected to the U.S. Senate, former U.S. Attorney Matt Whitaker says he would only support federal judges who have a Biblical view, and specifically a New Testament view, of justice. "If they have a secular world view, then I'm going to be very concerned about how they judge," Whitaker said at an April 25, 2014, Family Leader debate.

Whitaker didn't return my call to his office, but as a lawyer, one might expect him to know that setting religious conditions for holding a public office would violate the Iowa and U.S. constitutions. He was effectively saying that if elected, he would see no place for a judge of Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist, agnostic or other faith, or of no faith. Yet no one in the audience or on the podium seemed to have a problem with that, and his answer drew applause.

The debate venue had something to do with that. The event was sponsored by the Family Leader, the conservative Christian organization that engineered the ouster by voters in 2010 of three Iowa Supreme Court justices who ruled in favor of same-sex marriage. The moderator, blogger Erick Erickson, asked questions designed to compel the four Republican candidates to prove their Christian credentials. And though U.S. senator is a secular office, they mostly obliged.

Candidate Sam Clovis responded to Erickson's question about what criteria he would use to block President Obama's judicial nominees by saying he would vote for a judge who could link "natural law" to the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. Mark Jacobs said he would look for someone who would "not legislate from the bench." Joni Ernst echoed that view, adding the judge would need to understand that America's laws "all came from God."..

Oh Boy.

Granted I always look for the bad news first, but that's what's important ain't it?
I hope he is a Christian. A good Christian.

The opposite of that blue gummed Loretta Lynch Devil's whore.

Some morals and ethics are a good thing contrary to the stupid suicidal soulless narrative the rest are pushing... A glib bland secular humanism.

I am 100% opposed to more of that crap. We see how the other side behaves already. No pesky conscience or bothersome morality or inconvenient empathy for those other than themselves.

At least a good Christian understands WHY other people matter. Compassion is a virtue. Honor is a virtue. Self-discipline is a virtue.
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