(National Sentinel) Missing in Action: Actor James Woods took to Twitter on Wednesday to criticize Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ inaction regarding the various scandals swirling around his Justice Department and the FBI.
Many political observers believe that Sessions has essentially surrendered control over the department to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein after recusing himself from the so-called “Russian collusion” investigation allegedly involving the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.
And while Sessions can reverse that decision, they say, so far he’s seems unwilling to do so, even as multiple scandals involving current FBI and DoJ figures, as well as Obama administration officials, continue to mount.
“So basically we have been without an Attorney General for the duration of this administration. Meanwhile the Democrats and their henchmen are running rampant – destroying files, emails, texts and other evidence. This is a coup d’etat. Make no mistake,” Woods tweeted.
Woods’ tweet came in response to a story reporting that Sessions recently sat down for several hours and was interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller, whom many believe is operating under a bogus “collusion” mandate with a new objective of ensnaring President Donald J. Trump.
In recent days, reports have noted that Sessions turned over some 50,000 text messages between disgraced FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Stzrok and his mistress, FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
But reports also noted that five months’ worth of texts during a crucial period during the 2016 election cycle have since gone missing. The FBI claims it failed to back up those messages, blaming the loss on a “technical” issue.
Also, Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., told Fox News’ Bret Baier on Tuesday evening that there is an informant talking to [Congress] about meetings the people in the ‘secret society’ were having offsite.
“All of this evidence of corruption yet Jeff Sessions continues to sit back and watch Mueller hunt down innocent people in the Trump administration,” The Gateway Pundit noted.
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