Calls For the Resignation of AG Jeff Sessions Emerge

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Earlier today, another call for the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions emerged, reports The Hill.

Calls for Attorney General Sessions to Step Down

Over the past few months, bipartisan criticism of the Attorney General has mounted, although for very different reasons. Many left-leaning Americans have expressed displeasure with Sessions’ policies and commentary. Conversely, right-leaning Americans believe the Attorney General is failing to properly do his job and halt government corruption and potential hidden enemies of President Trump.

Many of the aforementioned calls for the resignation of the Attorney General have taken place via social media. However, Fox Business host Lou Dobbs joined the fray with the hereinafter tweet:

The foregoing tweeted ensued after an article alleging that Sessions failed to answer critical questions during a meeting.

House Republican Matt Gaetz also vocalized his concerns about Sessions’ conduct on Fox News:

I did sit down with the Attorney General along with Judiciary Chair Bob Goodlatte and many others. I was disappointed that the Attorney General didn’t seem to be very engaged on any of these issues regarding existential threats to the Trump administration. He was deferring to a team that answered to Rod Rosenstein, for goodness sakes.

Theories Surrounding Attorney General Jeff Sessions

The displeasure with Sessions’ service as Attorney General has not come without various theories regarding his apparent inaction. Some Americans have speculated that Sessions may, in fact, be working behind the scenes without the knowledge of the general public. Others have opined that some hidden, unknown entity could be blackmailing the Attorney General. Nevertheless, Jeff Sessions certainly has a considerable of Americans shaking their heads and wondering what he is doing.

What Do Americans Think About Calls for the Attorney General’s Resignation?

Like most occurrences in the political climate, virtually everyone has an opinion and rarely abstains from sharing said opinions. Readers of The Hill ultimately weighed in with their thoughts regarding Sessions and individuals who have called for him to step down from his position as Attorney General:

Conservatives are angry that Sessions appears to be almost doing his job instead of wasting all of his time trying to corroborate ridiculous alt-right conspiracy theories harvested from the front page of Russia Today.

Session’s job is to follow the law and the Constitution. He did not take the oath of office to “knuckle under” Trump and Republicans on the far right.

If Sessions felt pressured enough by criticism he would have left a long time ago.