Fox News host said four words that stunned Jeff Sessions

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is under fire.

Sessions has allowed the Deep State to run amok and has not held Trump’s opponents accountable for breaking the law.

But Sessions could always count on support from this Fox News host. That just changed when the Fox News superstar said these four words.

Fox News Channel’s Mark Levin was furious.

The intelligence community fed illegal leaks to the press and spied on Donald Trump.

Levin was fed up and demanded change in the form of a commission to clean up the intelligence community.

And Levin said this needs to happen even if Sessions resists.

Breitbart reports:

“Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” nationally syndicated radio Mark Levin argued that what the Mueller investigation had revealed was not Russian conclusion in the 2016 presidential election, but that the greatest perpetrator against the American people was the federal government.

Levin argued for President Donald Trump to appoint a commission to clean up agencies within the intelligence community and that it should be done regardless of what Attorney General Jeff Sessions says.

“I would also tell him, and I’ve said this before myself — we need to fix this,” he said. “We can’t have in another election where the federal government, our United States government, is interfering with an election. And so, what I think the president needs to do to appoint a commission of five or seven people … top-notch men from prior administrations and women, and appoint them and say fix the FBI at the top, fix the CIA, fix intelligence agencies. We can’t allow it to happen to another president of the United States. To hell with, sorry Jeff, with Jeff Sessions and all of the other people. The president should take responsibility. You are talking about spies in the Trump administration. You’re talking about a failed FISA court. This is incredible stuff.”

Trump supporters believe Sessions needed to stand firm against the cabal of anti-Trump forces within the government.

Instead, he caved in to pressure and recused himself from the Russia investigation.

That decision led to the appointment of Robert Mueller.

Levin is correct that the intelligence community needs to be cleaned up.

And the first step may be in replacing the Attorney General.