As was once said "let he who is without sin throw the first stone". We have all sinned to one extent or another. In the corporate controlled, CIA/FBI managed and NSA monitored world of our nation's capital not only is sin the common bond between all who live in the cesspool of corruption, pedophilia, subversion and treason that is Washington, D.C. it is monitored and preserved. Time erodes all moral fortitude in this quasi city-state. The longer one operates within its fetid miasma, which permeates every crevice and office of the halls of power, the more corrupt one becomes. A Senator from the deep south is far from immune from the scourge of office. I hope Attorney General Sessions is what he says he is, a hope for all of us.
Of course, given the historical immunity bestowed on those who have climbed over piles of cash to attain political office combined with the inherent almost infinite possibilities for the corrupt to profit, Washington is a magnet for the already corrupt, the psychopaths and those who have visions of the easy riches that can accrue to themselves and their families.
As it was in the Roman senate, so it is in America's. Granted there are those whose sins are of a lessor sort and that still retain a modicum of their integrity. Jason Chaffetz, the former Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee, may have been one of them, so resigning under the likely pressure of the covert state, rather than being pressured to commit greater corruptions of office than he may have executed in the past, was the optimal action to take in order to climb out of the cesspool with his conscience cleaner than many of his remaining comrades will ever be.
Corruption and immorality feeds on itself. It metastasizes and grows in extent and brazenness, delivering ever greater legal and moral depravity, from treasons to pedophilia and murder. And within this modern world of technology and surveillance every act is caught in the web of the NSA/CIA/FBI total surveillance state to be used to bribe and control all those who, mostly willingly, have earned their stripes.
With the accelerating successes of the freedom and truth movement in America, led by the investigators of the alternative, non-corporate controlled media, sans Fox's Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson, truth is forcing the bloodied hands of the Deep State and the hidden hands of the power elite shadow government on to their back heels. However, contingency plans are always ready. Given the reasonable certainty that almost all in in Congress and within the senior administrative positions of the major governmental agencies, even those not placed by the insidious, subversive Obama White House, are tainted and thus controllable, the most direct path may be to attempt to quell to uprising is to negotiate a truce by sacrificing a number of high profile members of the club. Hillary being the most obvious, as is Comey.
However, I do not believe the this gift of justified defilement of these thoroughly corrupt, evil people will end the truth revolt. As more and more Americans are "awakened" sacrificial appeasement of a few that are sitting on an iceberg of corruption and treason that is as large as the recent piece of Antarctica that calved itself from the ice sheet.
Thus, the more odious, criminal and bloody methods may need to be attempted. From the Bush Crime family to the Clinton's and the heroin/cocaine/human trafficking of the CIA and political crime families to satisfy the elites perverse needs for pedophilia and human organs cut from live patients, the crimes, immorality and atrocities of pure evil committed over generations can never be allowed to be made public. Loss of reputation and minor jail time is not comparable to hanging.
Jeff Sessions Is in Charge of a Bribery Prosecution Involving Two of His Top Donors
In recent months, a political bribery scandal has gripped Alabama, ensnaring one state lawmaker and casting attention on the actions of other Alabama politicians, including the one ultimately responsible for overseeing the bribery case and potential environmental litigation: Attorney General Jeff Sessions
In recent months, a political bribery scandal has gripped Alabama involving the state’s largest coal company and the powerful, politically connected law firm it retained to fend off a federal effort to clean up a badly polluted North Birmingham neighborhood—an undertaking that could result in major financial liability for the company. The controversy has already ensnared one state lawmaker, and it has cast attention on the actions of other Alabama politicians, including the one ultimately responsible for overseeing the bribery case and potential environmental litigation: Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
During his 20 years as a US senator, Sessions pocketed hundreds of thousands of campaign dollars from both Drummond Company, the corporation at the heart of this scandal, and its Birmingham-based law firm, Balch & Bingham. But his ties to Drummond and Balch extend beyond the usual political contributions. Last year, according to documents obtained by Mother Jones and the nonprofit Project on Government Oversight, Sessions intervened to oppose the Environmental Protection Agency action at issue in the bribery case, and he did so just weeks after conferring with Balch lawyers.
Sessions could potentially be a witness for the prosecution in the case his agency has been overseeing. And that would pose a serious conflict of interest. Yet Sessions, who filled a key Justice Department position with a Balch lawyer and who was prepped for his confirmation hearing by an attorney at the firm, has so far taken no steps to recuse himself.
“The People Are Dead”
The roots of the Drummond bribery case trace back to one of the South’s most industrialized areas—and one of its sickest. The residential blocks of North Birmingham along 35th Avenue are lined with small, low bungalows on postage-stamp lots, tucked between towering piles of industrial byproducts and sprawling industrial complexes. Among the plants is Drummond’s ABC Coke facility, where raw coal is baked into the dense fuel used in industrial foundries.
This area was once a bustling enclave—one of the few places in the city where African American families could live, due to rampant housing discrimination—but it has fallen eerily quiet. Those who could afford to move away have long since packed up; those who remain, trapped by grinding poverty, try to stay indoors.
In 2012, the EPA reported finding in the neighborhood high levels of chemicals known to cause serious health problems, including lead, arsenic, and benzoapyrene. Federal health authorities have told parents it’s not safe for kids to play in their own yards. Everyone seems to know someone afflicted by cancer or respiratory illnesses.
“In the last 10 or 15 years, everyone is gone, the people are dead,” says Keisha Brown, 44, who has lived in the neighborhood all her life. “Some people out here have two cancers.” Brown says she suffers from respiratory problems and fears for her health. “I pray every day the Lord keep me.”
In a 2014 documentary on the neighborhood made by Gasp, a Birmingham-based clean-air advocacy group, neighborhood residents tick off long lists of people they know who have been diagnosed with cancer. In one heartbreaking scene, Lillie Doss Ford, a resident of the Collegeville section of North Birmingham, described the death of her five-year-old grandson, Mario.
“He developed severe headaches,” she recalls in the video. “His was brain cancer. And by the way, his father died, and his grandmother on his father’s side died. And they lived in that area also; they died from cancer. Cancer did him so bad until he asked us one morning a couple weeks before he died, ‘Mama, when is Jesus going to come get me? I’m tired of hurting.’”