Once Again, Dems Deny Vote on Sessions... Where is GOP Leadership?

Posted: Jan 31, 2017 3:45 PM

The almighty and powerful Republican leadership that has been touted throughout the years is once again at the forefront of another government crisis.

The Senate Judiciary Committee, once again, delayed voting Tuesday morning on the nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions for attorney general, pushing it back to Wednesday.  

Therefore, the people of the United States remain without the proper attorney general, causing confusion and misdirection in the branch of government that ultimately provides safety and security to the American way of life. 

This has caused chaos in both the Executive and Legislative branches of government, forcing President Donald Trump to fire the acting attorney general late Monday night when she failed to uphold an executive order regarding immigration.

Democrats are to blame from a procedural prospective, but doesn't it always seem as if they always win the procedural battle leaving the other side empty handed?

Prominent leaders Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain have turned their back on Trump saying that his order will “become a self-inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism."

It has been nearly one month since the hearings began to nominate Sen. Jeff Sessions.  The Senate, which is controlled by the Republican Party, has failed to pass their colleague through.

Is there more to this story than meets the eye?