Sessions Considering Giving Lie Detector Tests to All National Security Council

There can be little doubt that one of the most damaging things to occur to the Trump presidency is the almost constant leaks of information about documents and meetings from inside the White House. The worst of which seems to have come from the National Security Council staff (NSC).

According to Axios, Attorney general Jeff Sessions has had enough and is seriously considering giving Lie Detector Tests to all members of staff.

The reality is that the holdovers from the Obama Administration are actively working against President Trump because they don’t agree with his policies and platforms. But they have NO RIGHT! If they wanted to be the ones to shape policy, then they should try and get themselves elected and gain a mandate!

These are people working directly against the very principles of Democracy! They are disenfranchising millions of voters because they think they are better than you. They think they have the moral superiority and that beats your democratic right to vote for the leader you want.

These people are a disgrace to America. The sooner Jeff Sessions starts weeding them out the better.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is considering giving lie detector tests to the  entire staff of the National Security Council (NSC) in an effort to weed out leakers, Axios reported on Sunday.

The attorney general’s idea is reportedly to have every NSC staffer interrogated about the leaked transcripts of phone conversations between President Trump and world leaders.

While it’s unclear if he actually plans to go through with the idea, Sessions has raised the subject with multiple people, according to Axios.

Leaks about Russian election interference and the Trump administration have been a recurring burden for the president, who this past summer criticized Sessions after the attorney general formally recused himself from the Russia investigation.

In August, Sessions announced a government-wide crackdown on leakers, prompting Trump to once again praise his Justice Department head.

A spokesman for the attorney general declined to comment on the story to Axios.

H/T: The Hill

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