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I'm not talking about the little fish that get thrown out for failing background checks, or that the Emperor fires when he learns they said something not positive about him. I'm talking the Bigly positions, appointed by Trump, going down in flames and shame. And with any luck prison. I know this was mentioned in another thread, but it's big enough so it deserves its own. Sessions is on record at his hearing, under oath, stating that while many viewed him as a "campaign surrogate" for Trump, at no time did he have contact with the Russians. The Washington Post is now reporting that he met with the Russian Ambassador (and top spy) Sergey Kislyak. http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/01/politics/jeff-sessions-russian-ambassador-meetings/ Clearly he has perjured himself in his sworn testimony. Never mind any Russian contact that he was selling us out for. On an unrelated note, Sen. Luther Strange, the appointment to replace Sessions, is up for a special election next year. Strange was the Alabama AG, who was appointed by the governor he was investigating to replace Sessions, which allowed the AL governor to appoint a new AG that would drop the investigation. A culture of corruption for a different thread, but interesting.