Senator Jeff Sessions is this month’s award winner. –
Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions is the Patiot of the Month Award winner for June 2016.
Sessions is not only a nationalist anti-New World Order patriot, he is a Trump supporter who was one of the first U.S. politicians to jump aboard the populist movement that has taken over the Republican party in 2016.
In addition, Sessions vehemently fought back against the globalist Trans-Pacific Partnership “free trade” deal crafted specifically to loot America of millions of jobs while circumventing our national sovereignty.
His statement on the TPP Obamatrade fraud sent shockwaves throughout the political establishment:
“The text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership runs 5,554 pages. This is, by definition, anti-democratic, no individual American has the resources to ensure his or her economic and political interests are safeguarded within this vast global regulatory structure.”
“The predictable and surely desired result of the TPP is to put greater distance between the governed and those who govern. It puts those who make the rules out of reach of those who live under them, empowering unelected regulators who cannot be recalled or voted out of office. In turn, it diminishes the power of the people’s bulwark: their constitutionally-formed Congress.” Source
Sessions served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama for 12 years (1981 to 1993) before being elected as Attorney General of Alabama in 1996.
The National Journal ranked him as the fifth-most conservative U.S. Senator as a result of his support of a national amendment to ban same-sex marriage. Sessions has also made a career out of opposing globalism in the form of sovereignty-destroying trade deals.
Since 2007, the Alabama Senator opposed a Democrat stimulus bill, the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Repeal act, Patient Protection and Obamacare.
He also authored a comprehensive immigration plan aimed at curtailing the illegal immigrant influx, securing the border and ending executive amnesty.
Sessions is rumored to be Republican nominee Donald Trump’s vice presidential pick.