Immigration patriot Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions is President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to be the next Attorney General of the United States.
Sen. Sessions was an early backer of Trump for President and has a sterling reputation when it comes to battling illegal immigration.
The 69-year-old, four-term Alabama Republican is a hard-liner on free trade and immigration, arguing that prospective immigrants don’t have constitutional protections.
Sessions has been outspoken on the need to defend American sovereignty as well:
Sessions, a former federal prosecutor, was one of the few lawmakers to defend Trump after he proposed a complete shutdown on Muslims entering the U.S. He told Stephen Bannon — the former Breitbart News chief named as Trump’s chief White House strategist — on a radio show in 2015 that Trump was “treading on dangerous ground” but it is “appropriate to begin to discuss” the issue.
Expect the mainstream media and liberal politicians to smear Sessions with their “racist” label as soon and as hard as they can:
There could be some hurdles for Sessions, even with Republicans in control of the chamber. When Sessions was nominated to be a federal judge in 1986, he was dogged by racist comments he was accused of making while serving as U.S. attorney in Alabama.
Really, the only ones with anything to fear from Attorney General Sessions are those illegally resident in the United States and those who seek to enter the country for the purpose of terrorism.