Was Texas Representative Pete Sessions the congressman that warned Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne about a "physical" plot to remove President Trump from office last month?
(VERO BEACH, FL) In July Pastor Howard-Browne made an explosive claim on TRUNEWS and other programs, that an unnamed senior Congressman had confided to him that there is an active plot to suddenly remove President Trump from office.
“He said there is a plot on Capitol Hill to take the president out, I said you mean by impeachment or by indictment – he said no, to take him out, he will be removed suddenly from office,” Pastor Howard-Browne first said during a July 16th sermon, before adding ominously, “you can read between the lines.”
According to Pastor Howard-Browne, the Congressman also went on to say “there’s nothing we can do to stop it.”
In a July 27th interview with TRUNEWS host Rick Wiles, Pastor Howard-Browne confirmed that the plot described by the senior member of congress was a “physical” threat against President Trump’s life, and not just a move to politically immobilize him.
Since this secretive meeting on the night of July 11th, Pastor Howard-Browne has disclosed three important clues about the identity of his source.
On July 16th Pastor Howard-Browne revealed that the “senior ranking member of Congress” who shared the news about the plot against President Trump, is a man who has been working as a lawmaker on Capitol Hill since 1996, has at least two sons, one of which suffers from Down syndrome, and lastly, is extremely well versed on the rules and laws of Congress.
“This congressman I was with, he’s been working there since ’96’, one of his children is Down syndrome,” Pastor Howard-Browne said. “He reads all the rules, so when we left at 12:30 there were three thick books, and he opened them and showed, he said ‘I’m going to stop this, I’m stopping this, I’m stopping that, I’m stopping this.’”
Regarding the first two clues, Congressman Pete Sessions is the only male lawmaker who has continuously been in office since 1996, and has at least two sons, one of which suffers from Down syndrome.
This statement is based on an analysis of the profile of every member of both the House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as statements made in Rep. Sessions’ official GOP bio page.
Rep. Pete Sessions’ official GOP bio page states he was elected to the House of Representatives in 1996 out of Texas’s 5th Congressional District. That election was held in November, 1996, and he subsequently took office in 1997. In 2002, Rep. Sessions began representing the 32nd Congressional District, created from redistricting, and has been consecutively re-elected by those constituents ever since.
Also detailed on the official bio page are Rep. Sessions’ children, Bill and Alex, his two biological sons, and Conor, Liam and Nicholas, his three stepsons. The bio confirms that Rep. Sessions is a parent of a child with down syndrome, and according to a 2011 post on the Global Down Syndrome Foundation website, Alex Sessions is the son who suffers from that disease.
Regarding the third clue shared by Pastor Howard-Browne, the senior ranking member of Congress “reads all the rules” and had three thick Congressional rule books in his office.
According to the official government website for the House of Representatives Committee on Rules, Rep. Sessions has been the Chairman since 2013. As head of Congress’ Rules Committee for the past 4 years, it’s fair to say that he would be “well-versed” in the rules that govern Capitol Hill’s legislature, especially regarding the hot button Obamacare repeal bill, and its very likely he’d personally keep copies of Congressional Rules books in his office.
Was Rep. Sessions in Washington D.C. on the night of July 11th? Yes.
According to a livestream posted to the House Rules Committee’s YouTube Channel, Rep. Sessions chaired “Rules Committee Hearing H.R. 2810” in room H-313, and personally adjourned the meeting at 7:50 PM ET.
This would place Rep. Sessions on Capitol Hill grounds approximately two hours before Pastor Howard-Browne’s meeting with a unnamed “senior ranking Congressman.”