Sessions was apparently filled with disbelief that some judge on "an island in the Pacific" could take the president to the constitutional woodshed.
Which makes me wonder:
Given Sessions' views on the legitimacy of Hawaii, what does he think about America's entrance into World War II after the bombing of Pearl Harbor?
Here's a great essay by Lawrence Downes in the New York Times about Sessions and some history about Hawaii. You will both laugh and learn a lot.
And while on the subject of Hawaii, I have a question about the remake of "Hawaii Five-0" on CBS, now in its seventh season.
I'm not a huge fan, but I confess to clicking to the show during commercials. I've even watched a few episodes in entirety.
But how come this remake still has a couple of white Europeans in charge?
You would think the modern show would reflect our much-needed heightened sensitivities and give those roles to Islanders or Asians.
Perhaps the producers and writers wanted to keep a connection to the old days of Jack Lord and James MacArthur, but not bringing the show up to date to reflect the true ethnic makeup of Hawaii is glaring.
But not as glaring as Jeff Sessions' ignorance.
Book him, Danno!
On first-degree stupid.