White Hats on Monday arrested former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on the charge of treason for furthering the long-debunked Russian collusion scandal and, more recently, advising Merrick Garland on which Proud Boys and Oath Keepers to target for visiting the Capitol on January 6.
Sessions is an infamous figure in Trump world. He was among Trump’s most vocal supporters before his appointment on February 19, 2017. In his confirmation hearings, Sessions stated under oath that he did not have contact with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential campaign and was unaware of any communication between Trump campaign members and Russian officials. As the collusion witch hunt kicked into gear, Sessions inexplicably recused himself from the investigation, essentially abandoning Trump.
When Trump fired Sessions on November 7, 2018, alternative media speculated that Sessions’ ouster was either part of Trump’s master plan (some claimed Trump secretly sent Sessions to GITMO to prosecute Deep Staters) or the dismissal of an actual Deep State plant. Afterward, President Trump said Sessions was “VERY weak and DISGRACEFUL.”
White Hats now believe the 76-year-old former attorney general and senator was and still is a Deep State operative. They say Sessions, lurking in the shadows, aided Merrick Garland in prosecuting innocent, patriotic Americans who visited the People’s House on January 6.
Our sources would not disclose their entirety of evidence but said JAG has voice conversations and digital data in which Sessions and Garland discussed arresting Stewart Rhoades, Enrique Tarrio, and 15 other Proud Boys and Oath Keepers. Sessions reportedly told Garland, “It doesn’t matter if they were there [at the Capitol], we have to charge them with seditious conspiracy. Get some to flip. Society is better with these lunatic Trump supporters in jail.” In another clip, Sessions confided in Garland that he despised Trump and planned to betray him. “It’s a shame I was forced to resign. I could have done much damage,” Sessions said in another clip.
Our source said that the betrayal of the Constitution and the President of the United States is treasonous.
JAG, however, debated whether apprehending and prosecuting a 76-year-old fossil with one foot in the grave was worth the time and expense. Vice Adm. Crandall noted that JAG and the Office of Military Commissions had tried persons older than Sessions, and he said Deep Staters must face justice irrespective of age. “If they’re breathing, they’re ours,” he told staff.