Sheriff bashed, praised for Sessions meeting

Pacific County Sheriff Scott Johnson, right, met with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Sept. 19 in Seattle.

Pacific County Sheriff Scott Johnson says he went to Seattle to hear U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions lay out federal plans for immigration, drugs and other issues that involve local law enforcement. But that doesn’t mean he “drank the Kool-Aid.”

Johnson described his meeting last week with the Trump administration official as “an honor and a privilege” on Facebook.