Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III is an American politician and lawyer who served as the 84th United States Attorney General from 2017 to 2018. A Republican, Sessions previously served as United States Senator from Alabama from 1997 to 2017, resigning from the position in order to serve in the T-RUMP administration. What an idiotic move!

Born: December 24, 1946 (age 72 years), Selma, AL

Height: 5′ 5″

Spouse: Mary Blackshear Sessions (m. 1969)

Previous offices: United States Attorney General (2017–2018), MORE

Education: University of Alabama School of Law (1973), Huntingdon College (1969), Wilcox Central High School

Children: Mary Abigail Sessions, Ruth Sessions Walk, Sam Sessions

About as competent as an ass-kisser could be.  In danger from TRUMP, when Trump can’t manipulate him.  But a loyal scumbag, playing all sides.   His other problem is that as a politician, he cannot separate his secular beliefs from the law and rate a big “O” in the Church and State part of the Constitution.   If anything happens to T-RUMP  with VP Mike Pence in the drivers seat, we will have to change our name to the United States of Jesus and elect a new Pentecostal Bible Banging Lunatic Protestant Pope.


Born December 24, 1946, is an American politician and lawyer who is the 84th Attorney General of the United States.  Sessions served as the junior United States Senator from Alabama from 1997 until 2017, and is a member of the Republican Party and is superb at lying and has a masters degree in prejudice.  

Jeff fits well into the TRUMP regime and is awarded the prestigious Scumbag Award five level  (*****)  which is only given to those homophobic white haired older Congressmen and Senators.  You have to claim to be a Christian, using the bible as a tool for prejudice against those with gender issues.

From 1981 to 1993, he served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama. Sessions was nominated in 1986 to be a judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Alabama, but his contentious nomination failed. 

Sessions elected as Attorney General of Alabama in 1994, and to the US Senate in 1996, being re-elected in 2002, 2008, and 2014.  The joke going around was sooner or later when they learn too read in Alabama, Sessions was done.

His position is a champion in the war against gay rights.  He is a gender believer with the right audience, homophobic.  And speaks about rights from the other side of his mouth when necessary.

What I have found in my biblical research, using the most conservative theology, is absolutely mind-boggling. What so called 'Christians' have done is to hide the truth about what God has said about people who are attracted to those of the same gender..... If you are a Christian and you are anti-gay, you are also anti-God. 

Your ignorance will no longer count when you stand before God on that great judgment day in heaven. Because of your disdain and hatred of homosexuals, because of your ignorance, if you do not repent and pray to Jesus Christ for forgiveness you will find yourself in the fiery, burning pit of hell.


During his time in Congress, Sessions was considered one of the most conservative members of the U.S. Senate. He opposed legal and illegal immigration and amnesty and supported expansion of the border fence with Mexico. 

He supported the legislative efforts of the George Bush administration, including the 2001 and 2003 tax cut packages.  
He supported the Iraq War.  
He proposed national amendment to ban same-sex marriage. 
He opposed the establishment of the Troubled Asset Relief Program. He opposed the 2009 stimulus bill, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”), and Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal Act. 
As the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, he opposed all three of President Obama's nominees for the Supreme Court.
An early supporter of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, (Secret ServiceCode :  Small Shit-Talking Dog) Sessions was considered as a possible Vice-Presidential nominee, but Indiana governor Mike Pence was ultimately selected for the ticket. 

In November 2016, then-President-elect Donald Trump nominated Sessions for US Attorney General. He was confirmed on February 8, 2017, with a 52–47 vote in the Senate, and was sworn in on February 9 after long and contentious debates by normal people in Congress who detest scumbags. 

(CNN)More than 600 members of the United Methodist Church have issued a formal complaint against Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a fellow church member, charging that his "zero tolerance" policy on immigration violates church rules and may constitute child abuse. Children and parents are being separated at the border. Here's what we know

Instead, the 640 Methodists charging Sessions, who include both clergy and lay members, have asked for a "reconciling process that will help this longtime member ... step back from his harmful actions and work to repair the damage he is currently causing to immigrants, particularly families and children." 

The complaint is addressed to the pastors at two churches Sessions attends, in Mobile, Alabama, and Clarendon, Virginia. It charges Sessions with violating church rules or principles on child abuse, immorality, racial discrimination and "dissemination of doctrines" contrary to those of the United Methodist Church. 

"While other individuals and areas of the federal government are implicated in each of these examples," the complaint reads, "Mr. Sessions -- as a long-term United Methodist in a tremendously powerful, public position -- is particularly accountable to us, his church." 

The complaint was spearheaded by the Rev. David Wright, a chaplain at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. 

"The goal is to hopefully get Attorney General Sessions to talk to his pastors and church leaders, bring his position in line with the church's doctrines and social principles, and end the damage he is causing," Wright said.

Wright said he does not want Sessions to be removed from the church. "That would be a tragedy. We are a big-tent denomination." A 'publicity stunt'? 

Founded 50 years ago, the United Methodist Church has about 7 million members in the United States and is one of the country's most ideologically diverse Protestant denominations. Hillary Clinton and former President George W. Bush are both members. 

The Rev. William Lawrence, a former professor at Perkins School of Theology and an expert on the United Methodist Church, said it would be "highly unusual" for any charges against Sessions to move beyond the stage of reconciliation, in which Sessions, his local pastor and his local bishop would seek a "just resolution" to settle the matter. 

"In 50 years of the United Methodist Church, I am not aware of any complaint against a lay person moving beyond that stage," Lawrence said. Most often, church trials in recent years have been used for pastors who break church rules by officiating at same-sex weddings. 

A spokeswoman for Sessions said the attorney general has no comment.   Mary Catherine Phillips, a spokesperson for Bishop William Graves, who leads the area that includes Sessions' congregation in Mobile, Alabama, said he has no comment. Phillips noted that Graves released a statement on Monday decrying the "unjust acts" of separating children from their parents at the border. Sessions' United Methodist pastors in Alabama and Virginia, where he now lives, did not immediately respond for a request for comment. 

Mark Tooley, a United Methodist and president of the conservative Institute on Religion & Democracy, called the charges a "publicity stunt."   "It's not going to go anywhere in terms of church action, but it is getting a lot of attention,"  Tooley said. "If they stopped to think about it, most United Methodists would probably be very troubled by the idea that someone who dissented from the political statements of the church could face a formal complaint or even expulsion." 

Trump administration officials have said they do not want to separate children from their parents, but have also defended the policy as it has come under growing scrutiny. A number of religious groups, including Southern Baptists and Catholic bishops, have called for an end to the practice.


In a remarkable speech on Thursday, Sessions responded to the criticisms from “ church friends,” citing Romans 13, a passage in the New Testament that calls on Christians to obey secular authorities.   

What a frickin front and acknowledgement of the code of humanity. ”I would cite you to the Apostle Paul and his clear and wise command in Romans 13, to obey the laws of the government because God has ordained them for the purpose of order.”   

"Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established," the passage says. “ he authorities that exist have been established by God. 

Consequently, whoever rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and those who do so will bring judgment on themselves."

Romans 13 has been cited by Nazi sympathizers and apartheid-enforcers, slave owners and loyalists opposed to the American Revolution. Modern Christians have wrestled with how to apply the passage to issues like abortion, same-sex marriage and taxes.  Obviously an ass-hole like Beauregard Sessions gets it wrong again.


The United Methodists' complaint against Sessions lists four charges: child abuse, immorality, racial discrimination and "dissemination of doctrines contrary to the standards of doctrine of the United Methodist Church." 

On the last charge, the complaint accuses Sessions of "misuse of Romans 13 to indicate the necessity of obedience to secular law.”  What does the Bible verse Jeff Sessions quoted really mean?  Doctors saw immigrant kids separated from their parents. Now they're trying to stop it.

As of May 31, the government had separated nearly 2,000 children from parents at the border since implementing a policy to that effect on April 19, the Department of Homeland Security confirmed Friday.

The president of the American Academy of Pediatrics told CNN the practice is "nothing less than government-sanctioned child abuse."

Administration officials deny that characterization.  "We have high standards," Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said. "We give them meals and we give them education and we give them medical care. There are videos, there are TVs.” And no frickin love, you are really stupid to think we see right through you.  Did the Reaper (TRUMP) make you change your mind after you did speak out against the separation ?  We rate those who falter with no conscience or compassion as scumbags....