By Larry Klayman
December 21, 2017
I have written and talked about this on my show on RadioAmerica.com and in prior columns. Our United States attorney general, Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions, has not been present at my once-proud alma mater, the U.S.. Department of Justice. Instead — save for his abolitionist tendencies toward sanctuary cities and marijuana, and given his confused if not “spaced out” behavior one ironically has to wonder what the AG smokes on his free time — he has been absent when it comes to enforcing the rule of law against those who believe as if they are above the law thanks to their status and power among the political elite. I am talking about the likes of Bill and Hillary Clinton, former FBI Directors James Comey and Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and a host of others who feel license to do as they please when it comes to respecting the ethics expected of the rest of us.