Truth Revolt -- At a Donald Trump campaign rally in Alabama, Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) announced his support for the Business Leader, Real Estate Mogul and reality show host's fight for the presidency.
“I am deeply honored to have the endorsement of Senator Jeff Sessions, leader of congressional conservatives. He has been called the Senate's indispensable man and the gold standard. He led the fight against the Gang of Eight, against Obama's trade deal, against Obama's judges, and for American sovereignty," Trump said in a statement. "He has stood up to special interests as few have. There is no more respected man in Congress and we are closely aligned on many issues, including trade and illegal immigration, and I am proud to consider Jeff Sessions an advisor, friend and ally."
The endorsement comes only two days before Super Tuesday.
"We are nearing fast the point of no return. The people are hurting. Their wages are declining. Their schools are overburdened. Their hospitals are stretched past the breaking point. Crime is up, and community confidence is down," Sessions said, according to Trump's statement. "Americans of all backgrounds and ethnicities, immigrant and US-born, are crying out for leadership that puts their needs first, that takes care of those living and dreaming here today, leadership that understands that there is no constituency other than the American constituency. Mr. Trump is that leader."
Blog Author's Comments -- What Sessions is saying and why he endorsed Donald Trump is because America needs and wants a leader. If the Nation and what's left of American liberties are to be saved at all it will have to come from a different person than what we currently have as so-called leaders in the Republican Party.
It has to come from someone who is not afraid of political pressure. There are a handful in the House and Senate that would show some backbone, but they lack a leader to back them up. That person is Donald Trump who should be the GOP nominee if we want to defeat Hillary Clinton and elect a president.