Jeff Sessions, U.S. Attorney General and full-time racist lackey for President Donald Trump, made some offensive remarks regarding a Hawaiin Judges current restraining order against Trump’s illegal, immoral, and unconstitutional Muslim (travel) ban.
CNN reports that during a radio interview with talk show host Mark Levin on Wednesday Sessions expressed dismay at the prospect of a “judge sitting on an island in the Pacific” could sink his master’s executive order.
“I really am amazed that a judge sitting on an island in the Pacific can issue an order that stops the president of the United States from what appears to be clearly his statutory and constitutional power,” Sessions told radio host Mark Levin on Wednesday, as reported by CNN.
Matthew Miller, a former Department of Justice spokesperson under President Barack Obama described Jeff Session’s remarks as “an extraordinary attack on a federal judge’s right to do his job by a sitting AG.”
“Completely inappropriate,” Miller tweeted.
Chelsa Clinton, daughter of former Secretary of State and Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, also had some sharp words for the attorney general.
“Someone please tell Sessions that Hawaii is a state,” Chelsea Clinton replied. “An American in Hawaii is as American as one from Alabama. Or Indiana.”
“The latter part of her comment appeared to be a reference to Trump’s attacks on Judge Gonzalo Curiel, an Indiana-born judge who oversaw a pair of California lawsuits against Trump University.”
Sessions went on to complain that Judges are not reviewing Trump’s executive orders correctly and that they’ve been some “really weird interpretations of the executive orders that he’s put out.”
“It’s either lawful or it’s not,” Sessions continued. “I think that it will be real important for America to have judges in the model of Judge Gorsuch and Scalia, people who serve under the law, under the Constitution, not above it, and they are faithful to the law. They honor it and don’t try to remake it as they’d like it to be.”
Despite being rejected in 1986 by Republicans (his own party) for being too racist to be a federal judge, Sessions manages to prove every day that he’s more than racist enough work for Donald Trump.