DOJ agrees to allow extraordinary access to FISA applications

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Pictured: Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.)

ㅤ”The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Friday agreed to allow additional access by the House Intelligence Committee to view four surveillance applications, calling it an ‘extraordinary accommodation.’
ㅤThe DOJ said in a letter to the committee that it will allow all members of both the House and Senate Intelligence committees private access to view the classified documents at the Justice Department, emphasizing ‘unique facts and circumstances.'”


Full story at The Hill, image from wsj(.net) – 4/6/18. Tags: doj, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, sessions, fisa, house intelligence committee. 𑗉

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Department of Justice sues California over sanctuary status

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ㅤ”The Department of Justice is taking action against the state of California — including Gov. Jerry Brown and Attorney General Xavier Becerra — for three laws they say obstruct the enforcement of federal immigration law.
ㅤThe Justice Department’s lawsuit — expected to be filed Tuesday night in the Eastern District of California — is asking for Assembly Bill 450, Senate Bill 54, and Assembly Bill 103 to be nullified.
ㅤJustice Department officials explained ahead of the filing that the three laws — which were all passed within the past year — are pre-empted by federal law and therefore violate the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution.”


Full story at The Washington Examiner, image from washingtonexaminer(.com) – 3/6/18.ㅤTags: doj, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, sessions, california, jerry brown, xavier becerra.

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US attorney general to talk sanctuary policy in California

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ㅤ”Attorney General Jeff Sessions is traveling to California to make a major announcement about sanctuary policies that limit local and state cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
ㅤThe U.S. Department of Justice says Sessions will speak Wednesday at an annual gathering of law enforcement officials in Sacramento.”


Full story at The Washington Times, image from npr(.org) – 3/6/18.ㅤTags: doj, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, sanctuary cities, sessions.

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Sessions pushes back on Trump

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ㅤ”‘We have initiated the appropriate process that will ensure complaints against this Department will be fully and fairly acted upon if necessary,’ Sessions said in a statement.
ㅤ’As long as I am the Attorney General, I will continue to discharge my duties with integrity and honor, and this Department will continue to do its work in a fair and impartial manner according to the law and Constitution,’ he added.”


Full story at The Hill, image from wennermedia(.com) – 2/28/18.ㅤTags: doj, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, sessions.

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Trump broke with Justice Dept, called for release of memo: report

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ㅤ”Despite warnings from top officials at the agency, Trump reportedly told Attorney General Jeff Sessions through Chief of Staff John Kelly that he wants to see the memo released, believing that it will shed light on the special counsel investigation.
ㅤTrump ‘is inclined to have that released just because it will shed light,’ a senior administration official told the Post.
ㅤ’Apparently all the rumors are that it will shed light, it will help the investigators come to a conclusion,’ the official added.”


Full story at The Hill, image from thehill.com (tags doj, donald trump, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, potus, president, sessions, trump, memo, stephen boyd, conservative, politics) – 1/27/18

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It begins: Trump DOJ goes after sanctuary cities/states

ㅤStory via the NZ Conservative Coalition – “Unfortunately, Democrats in Congress not only oppose our efforts to stop illegal immigration and crack down on Sanctuary Cities – now they are demanding amnesty as a condition for funding the government.” — President Trump


Full story at Fellowship of the Minds, image from thecollegeconservative.com (tags doj, donald trump, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, potus, president, sanctuary cities, sessions, trump) – 1/25/18

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BOOM: DOJ Issues Indictment Over Russian Bribery Scandal Tied to Hillary and Uranium One Deal

ㅤô¿ô …Lock her up !!


Full story at The Independent Journal Review, image from northwestlibertynews.com (clinton, clinton foundation, crooked hillary, doj, fbi, hillary clinton, jeff sessions, justice department, lock her up, sessions, uranium deal, uranium one, mark lambert, lambert) – 1/13/18

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Cory Gardner vows to hold Trump’s judicial nominees until marijuana decision is reversed


ㅤPictured: Republican Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado

ㅤ”Sessions on Thursday rescinded the so-called Cole memorandum, which deprioritized federal marijuana laws and was seen as a move that allowed some states to legalize the drug.”

Full story at The Washington Examiner, image from washingtonexaminer.com. (doj, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, sessions, gardner, cory gardner, marijuana, colorado) 1/4/18ㅤHome

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DOJ: Rolling back Obama-era marijuana rules a return to the rule of law

ㅤ”‘This return to the rule of law is also a return of trust and local control to federal prosecutors who know where and how to deploy Justice Department resources most effectively to reduce violent crime, stem the tide of the drug crisis, and dismantle criminal gangs,’ a statement from the department reads.”

Full story at The Hill, image from thehill.com. (doj, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, sessions, marijuana) 1/4/18ㅤHome

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Sessions will end policy that allowed marijuana to prosper: report

ㅤ”The Justice Department on Thursday afternoon released a memo announcing that the so-called Cole memo — which ordered U.S. attorneys in states where marijuana has been legalized to deprioritize prosecution of marijuana-related cases — would be rescinded effective immediately.”

Full story at The Hill, image from cbsistatic.com. (doj, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, sessions, marijuana) 1/4/18ㅤHome

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