Track #621: He Wants Me if He Can Keep Me in Line

621 He Wants Me If He Can Keep Me in Line

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Senator Tom Cotton’s fawning questioning of Jeff Sessions was treacly to the point of inducing diabetes. You should watch it–but only in small doses.

Seriously, he asked THE QUESTION and insinuated that Democrats just wouldn’t ask the question because Jeff Sessions’ brilliant answer would shut down the investigation cold. Then, Jeffereson Beauregard proceeded to . . . not answer the question. Beyond that, Tom Cotton proceeded to answer unasked questions for him, created a narrative that was (slightly) more coherent than any Sessions ever offered, continued to kiss his ass, then concluded by calling the Democrats liars, and never came back to his opening question, you know, the only important one.

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