Tag: Justice-department

Jeff Sessions Rescinds Documents Protecting Minorities Just Ahead of Independence Day

On July 3rd — the day before America was gearing up to celebrate Independence Day — Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III was busy rescinding guidance intended to protect minorities. In a statement Sessions called the documents “unnecessary, outdated, inconsistent with existing law, or otherwise improper.” Sessions’ action does not…

Sessions' DOJ Has Zero Black Senior Staff Members

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III’s poor relationship with the Black community was brought to the forefront during questioning at a House Judiciary Committee meeting. “I do not have a senior staff member at this time that’s an African American,” Sessions told Democratic Rep. Cedric Richmond of Louisiana. Richmond, who is the…

Jeff Sessions Offered to Resign, Sources Say

The relationship between President Donald Trump and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is on the decline, and sources allege that Sessions went so far as to offer to resign from his position. It is unclear when Sessions made the offer, which the Wall Street Journal reported was not a formal…