GOP lawmakers have had enough of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ nonsense, so they are finally taking action against him.

The Gateway Pundit reported that Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) and his fellow GOP Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) are giving Sessions’ Department of Justice seven days to turn over the documents that they owe to Congress. Jordan announced on Wednesday afternoon that he is teaming Meadows to introduce a resolution that would give the DOJ one week to comply.

“Mark Meadows and I are introducing a resolution that would give the DOJ seven days to turn over the documents that they owe Congress. We need to vote on this immediately,” Jordan announced on Twitter.

Jordan then called out Sessions’ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

“Rod Rosenstein threatened congressional staff. When the bully picks on your little brother, you have to respond. It’s time for House Leadership to stand up,” Jordan tweeted.

This will also send a brutal message to Sessions, who has defended Rosenstein by saying that he does not believe he actually threatened staffers. On Tuesday night, after hearing that Sessions defended his deputy attorney general, Meadows said that he is “confident” Sessions didn’t know “what he was talking about.”

“We’re fed up with it,” Meadows said.

Republicans have clearly had enough of Sessions, and with even President Donald Trump turning against him, it seems like his days in the Department of Justice may be numbered!

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