Attorney General Jeff Sessions is coming under fire for permitting the Deep State conspiracy against Donald Trump to rage on.

Trump supporters are questioning why the President’s allies are being charged and none of the anti-Trump leakers are being prosecuted.

And Sessions could be out of a job soon after this Fox News host dropped the hammer on him.

Judge Jeanine Pirro is an influential Trump supporter.

Pirro and the President are long time friends and Trump regularly promotes her show on his twitter feed.

Trump supporters took note when Pirro savaged Sessions by calling him “the most dangerous man in America” for not stopping the corruption and criminal behavior of the anti-Trump forces within the government.

Fox News reports:

She said that Sessions is now, in fact, the most dangerous person to President Trump’s agenda, the Republican Party and to all Americans.

She said that he has not done anything to make anyone responsible for the “blatant corruption, the unmistakable perjury [and] the in-your-face obstruction of our laws.”

“The most powerful prosecutor in the country … The man who holds the scales of justice in his hands hides behind the coattails of one [Deputy Attorney General] Rod Rosenstein,” she said. “Jeff Sessions is indeed the most dangerous man in America.”

She said that Sessions hasn’t done anything to create confidence on the part of the American people in the justice system.

“With all the power and might of the Department of Justice behind him, he continues to do nothing,” she said.”

Pirro was not the only Fox News host to take aim at Sessions for his incompetence.

Mark Levin – who hosts a Sunday night program on the network – appeared as a guest on Hannity and blasted Sessions as being part of the problem.

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.”

Given Pirro’s status with Trump, her remarks could be laying the ground work to fire the Attorney General.

Sessions has performed an admirable job in implementing the President’s America First immigration agenda.

But Sessions failed his most important test when he caved to pressure and recused himself from the Russia investigation.

That decision led to the appointment of Robert Mueller.

Had Sessions stepped up and began announcing that James Comey, Andrew McCabe and other anti-Trump Deep State operatives would be indicted for their blatant criminal behavior, Sessions would have won back some goodwill.

But Sessions has refused to protect America from this silent coup and therefore is no longer qualified to serve in the administration.

Do you agree?