Did the American media celebrate Labor Day — Monday, September 3 — by revealing the positive news about the economy this year?

Probably not.

However, they did latch on to two Trump tweets:

Did the Mockingbird sing? Click on the QAnon.app link to enlarge:

Q posted the image, made by a QAnon follower, in message 2073 of September 3.

President Trump’s tweet refers to Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-California) and Rep. Chris Collins (R-New York).

It is a strange thing that Attorney General Jeff Sessions, even indirectly, would take action against two fellow Republicans when mid-term elections are only weeks away.

As Trump points out, it’s too late now for other Republicans to replace them. As Duncan Hunter’s Republican primary rival Bill Wells told NPR on August 23 (emphases mine):

my main concern was that we would end up with a Democrat representative in this very conservative district, and I wanted to make sure that didn’t happen. So I ran hoping that if an indictment came, it would come during the primary, but it didn’t. And I was narrowly edged out of the second-place spot. So I couldn’t be on the ballot now even if I wanted to be.

That means only one thing: this will probably open the door to two Democrat wins.

Although CBS News reported that Chris Collins is in a good position to win re-election since other candidates in recent history have run while being under indictment, nearly all were either convicted, pressured to withdraw/resign or expelled from office.

The question remains: whose side is Jeff Sessions on?

Trump is right. The Left will adopt Sessions as one of their own now.