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Have You Seen This Man, Attorney General Jeff Sessions?

Inquiring minds want to know – where is Jeff Sessions?

The Attorney General has been missing in action since named to the role, and everyone is wondering just what the heck happened to him.

In opposition to Barack Obama’s ‘wingman,’ who, whether he was illegally running guns across the border, implementing a racially driven agenda, or covering up indiscretions by the administration leading to his contempt of Congress charge, one thing was for sure – Eric Holder did his boss’s bidding.

Now, we’re not suggesting Sessions has to do the bidding of President Trump, but it would sure be nice to see him investigate corruption on both sides of the political aisle.

“I put an attorney general that never took control of the Justice Department, Jeff Sessions,” Trump complained. “Never took control of the Justice Department.”

So where is he? Where is the man who is in charge of the Justice Department? The man who has a myriad of corruption investigations he could start against Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, or their aides?

We’d sure like to know. Maybe this will help locate AG Sessions:

Trump fire sessions

We have yet to see Sessions do anything involving Hillary Clinton’s criminal behavior, FISA abuses from the Obama administration, collusion on the part of Democrats with foreign officials, etcetera, etcetera.

President Trump agrees, running off a laundry list of items Sessions has failed to act on while mocking him with the line, “Come on Jeff, you can do it, the country is waiting!”

The country is waiting. So where are you, Jeff?

Even political cartoonist AF Branco is wondering what Sessions is doing, exactly?

“Sessions says he won’t allow the D.O.J to be politically influenced while appearing blind to the major influences of the Left,” he wrote.

Trump fire sessions

Senator Lindsey Graham has suggested that President Trump is “very likely” to fire Sessions after the midterm elections.

Great. But he’s going to have to find him first.

Source: The Federalist Papers