Attorney General Jeff Sessions spent most of last night denying claims of any wrong doing as it relates to his 2016 contacts with Russian officials. Sessions, who was one of the first elected officials to jump on the “Trump Train”, has acknowledged a closed door meeting that he had with a Russian ambassador in 2016, just weeks after it was revealed that Russia had hacked Hilary Clinton’s email.
The Daily Fabricator has just learned that Sessions’ ties to Russia do not end there. We have spoken to multiple sources that are reporting that Sessions spent “a lot of time in Russia back in the 1980’s.” The source continued, “most of that time was spent with Ivan Drago.” We have confirmed that Jeff Sessions actually served as Drago’s “cutman” (the person responsible for treating and preventing injuries to a boxer during a fight) from 1982 through 1986. This includes Drago’s fight with American icon Apollo Creed. Ultimately, that would be Creed’s last match as he died at the hands of the Russian.
Drago and Sessions went on make millions off of the American blood shed by Creed when they teamed up with disenfranchised Vietnam Vet, John James Rambo, and released footage of the bloodbath in a documentary named “Rocky IV”. This relationship with Rambo has also led to new questions regarding Rambo’s current ties to North Korea.
This story is unfolding by the minute. The Fabricator will keep you updated as new information surfaces.