It’s Understandable

April 21, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions from Alabama disregarded the judicial ruling from Judge Derrick Watson about the Muslim travel ban by saying …

I really am amazed that a judge sitting on an island in the Pacific can issue an order that stops the president of the United States from what appears to be clearly his statutory and constitutional power …

Now I don’t dismiss Jeff Sessions because he’s from a hellhole in the middle of the dirty south.  I dismiss him because he’s an idiot.

However, there may be a good reason why Sessions was confused about Hawaii.  Hawaii didn’t become a state until 1958 and Jeff Sessions thinks we’re still living in 1957.

I wonder if there’s any other states Sessions wants to exclude from being legitimate members of the Union.  Oh yeah, wait. Forget I said that.

By the way, this is the same Judge Derrick Watson that Sessions voted to approve while he was in the Senate.

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.

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25 Comments to “It’s Understandable”


  1. An ignorant and provincial man. He didn’t learn much in geography class…

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  2. I would go for excluding Alabama except if we did Texas would be last in all kind of things such as spending for schools.

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  3. I’m pretty sure Sessions thinks that when Trump builds the wall New Mexico will end up on the other side of it.

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  4. One of the reasons why I was so against Sessions as AJ is his very obvious impediments that come with aging. He is losing it and is “mis-speaking” the way Reagan did. Of course, the truth was with held till after he left the Presidency. I am also taking bets that Sessions will lose his position via “obstruction of justice” charges. He just ain’t doing the job cuz he ain’t fit for it.

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  5. Sessions clearly doesn’t understand what those pesky stars on the flag stand for. Either that or he can’t count to 50.

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  6. There are 4 comments above as I write, plus Miz JJ’s. See you all and raise you the fact that he and Ernie the Keebler elf are tins separated at birth. Oh and he has short man disease. Stand up there Jeff. Oh you are. Never mind. etc etc. One of my cousins is 5’2. He will stop your heart if you remind him he’s 5’2. Jeffy is mean and a has a temper – or anger management issues as we call it today. And he thinks he’s smarter than about 99.99999% of the people he encounters. He isn’t.

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  7. Annabelle Lee says:

    “Hawaii didn’t become a state until 1958 and Jeff Sessions thinks we’re still living in 1957.”

    That’s a good line. I may have to ste- er, borrow that.

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  8. Sessions thinks that Pearl Harbor was a stripper in Alabama.

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  9. Sessions is living proof that there was a totally different Republican Party in 1986, when St. Ronnie tried to appoint him as the U.S. District Judge for the Southern District, and he was so reprehensible that even Republicans rejected him. Only fitting that *45 would make him Top LEO in the entire country.

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  10. Micr, Sessions shares the Texas Short Man Syndrome, like Ross Perot, Tom DeLay and a number of others, in that he has about four feet of bad attitude to make up for his lack of height. But really there are so many other things about him to criticize that his height, which is not his fault, should be far down on the list.

    Rush Limbaugh once made fun of Robert Reich by holding up a photo showing only the top of his head. That was nasty and not funny, and it’s still not funny.

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  11. @Rhea

    There was more to that post than just my comment about Jeff’s lack of height.

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  12. maryelle says:

    Amen, Rhea. Sessions’ height is the least of his problems, which begin with Southern Plantation Owner Syndrome. He feels he is so above the common man that his every word should be law.
    So glad we have a few judges who thin otherwise.

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  13. Tilphousia says:

    Little ole Jeff Davis Sessions is so inept that I doubt he can find his own ass with both hands and a good hunting dog. Considering that the schools in Alabama are vying with Mississippi for last place in US schools, his education consisted of “see Spot run”. Maybe.

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  14. Just an FYI, Hawaii became a state in 1959.

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  15. Let’s compare experience with immigrants:

    A judge on a Pacific island familiar with grateful and willing immigrants seeking a new home from many diverse nations.

    A recent senator from Alabama, who did very little to help descendents of former immigrants in his state who arrived by force, or with a bill of sale.

    Who’s experience makes them better qualified?

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  16. This is why I’m so furious at all the Democrats and Independents who (1) voted for Jill Stein or Gary Johnson, or (2) stayed home on 11/9.

    I’m even more furious at the Electors in the Electoral College, whose only real job is to protect us from the likes of Dictator Tot.

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  17. Herr Sessions and I are about the same age and even I can remember when Hawaii became the last new star on the flag way back in 1959. Right after Alaska in 1958. It was a good time to be a flagmaker.

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  18. I saw a clip on the TeeVee of Sessions reading a children’s book at the Easter Egg Hunt at the White House. He sounded terrible, kept stumbling over those big two-syllable words. Even when he reads a speech he sounds terrible, as if he never saw the speech before and is not familiar with English. He’s offal.

    Isn’t his middle name “Beauregard”?

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  19. @june

    So thanks to you I axed the Googley machine whut “Beauregard” meant.

    nameberry.com say it’s French for “beautiful gaze”.

    urban dictionary ignores all that parlez voux francie and says “Designation of male of the human species- generally rich, white, well-bred, conservative, preppy, and well-dressed. Typically East Coast, running the gambit from the more traditional New England Wasp (AKA- the JFK) to the Southern Gentleman.”

    Maybe because I’ve got a barely concealed disgust for Little Jeffy Sessions I tend to get more value from the urban dictionary definition.

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  20. Trump sets the intellectual standard for this administration, and all must conform.

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  21. Hey, over here @ss hole! I live on one of those Islands in the Pacific, where, less we forget, the recent President was born. Remember, the smart ,articulate, nuanced, respected one that we were proud to have representing us? We, in Hawaii, have a lot to be proud of, and no cracker (or is he a cookie?) is going to put us down.

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  22. Jane & PKM says:

    Micr, “Beauregard” it be. Urban Dictionary has some precise definitions of that that means. None of them Mama safe. Poor little twerp is way out over his skis defending his shortness of stature. Seriously, a team from Ward & Ward needs needs to evaluate the entire Dolt45 administration.

    http://www.manta.com/c/mm8wy16/ward-ward-mental-health-services

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  23. Fran Seyer says:

    And sessions committed perjury/under oath, in front of congress……and no one had the balls to do anything about that…? Yes, he is a dummy, but oh so getting away with it……

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  24. Elfin the Oafin.

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  25. Marge Wood says:

    One of Sarah Vowell’s non-fiction books that read like fiction but are real history, is about Hawaii got taken over by the U.S. Teddy Roosevelt needed a place to park his warships, among other things. And there were missionaries involved somewhere in there.
    I just shake my head over Sessions’ with his Southern accent talking about “…a judge sittin’ on an island out in the Pacific….” Doesn’t he think the judge gets to the newsstand once in awhile?Of course, President Obama was a “black boy” so his Presidency don’t count. I’m gonna go fix supper. This is getting tacky.

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