Earlier today, Jeff Sessions was finally sworn in as Attorney General after weeks of liberal stonewalling in the Senate.
Immediately following the swearing in, Donald Trump sat down and signed several executive orders intended to crack down on crime.
Here’s what went down…
“I’m signing three executive actions today designed to restore safety in America,” Trump said, adding he was fulfilling another campaign promise. “I am directing DOJ and DHS to take all necessary action to break the backs of criminal cartels that have spread across our nation.”
Additionally, Trump announced a directive for DOJ to convene a task force against violent crime and to come up with a plan to combat violence against law enforcement officers.
Hard to argue with that.
Police deaths in the line of duty hit a five-year high in 2016 and clearly law enforcement is being targeted by violent crime all across the country.
Trump appears dead set on changing that.