Jeff Sessions Shows Up To Senate Testimony Wearing S.S. Lazio Scarf

WASHINGTON - Attorney General of the United States Jeff Sessions showed up to his testimony in front of the Senate wearing an S.S. Lazio scarf as the flabbergasted Senate grilled Sessions over his knowledge of the firing of former F.B.I. Director James Comey and Russian interference into the 2016 Presidential Election.


"I don't recall," stated Sessions when asked about the scarf. "It may have been a gift, I'm not certain, but it is a fine scarf, I do declare. And I do quite like this eagle and S.S. thing, I say, I say."

Sessions was asked, point blank, by Oregon Senator Ron Wyden about whether he was involved in the legendary right wing Lazio supporters group Irriducibili, but Sessions demurred stating, "No statement, I'm not certain what I can say about that until I check to see whether that would be damaging to myself to say that I may or may not be involved in any activities involved in these kind of ideas or things to say."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Sessions salutes the Senate as he leaves.