The Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has been exposed in a series of emails which show a desire, if not an outright threat; to take down the GOP-led House Intelligence Committee which Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) sits as Chairman.
The disturbing emails were first published via a report on Fox News today, in which it shows what could be described as a “civil war” occurring within both the DOJ and the House Intelligence Committee; with Rod Rosenstein seemingly covering up the corruption from the FBI with threats of subpoenas to those on the House Intelligence Committee.
Fox reports that the emails surround a closed-door meeting of high-level Department of Justice officials, Representatives from the House Intelligence Committee, and several Special Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation which took place in January of 2018.
“The DAG [Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein] criticized the Committee for sending our requests in writing and was further critical of the Committee’s request to have DOJ/FBI do the same when responding,” a former DOJ Attorney, staffer for Representative Devin Nunes, and Senior-most House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence counsel Kash Patel wrote in a letter directed to the House Office of General Counsel. “Going so far as to say that if the Committee likes being litigators, then ‘we [DOJ] too [are] litigators, and we will subpoena your records and your emails,’ referring to HPSCI [House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence] and Congress overall.”
Many accredited the highly-explosive “Nunes Memo” slamming the Obama Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation to Kash Patel; where's he labeled as Devin Nunes <i>most trusted staffer</i>, a legal genius, and a patriotic Indian-American determined to bring down corruption within the government.
What the letter from Patel suggests is that Rod Rosenstein essentially attempted to blackmail the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and a second staffer who was present at the meetings has also confirmed Patel’s account of Rosenstein’s rage.
Fox News says the staffer wrote the following: “Let me just add that watching the Deputy Attorney General launch a sustained personal attack against a Congressional staffer in retaliation for vigorous oversight was astonishing and disheartening. Also, having the nation’s number one law enforcement officer threaten to 'subpoena your calls and emails was downright chilling.”
<h3>Having the nation's number one law enforcement officer threaten to subpoena your calls and emails was downright chilling.</h3>-<h2>A House Select Committee on Intelligence staffer said about crooked Rod Rosenstein’s blackmail attempts.</h2>
<b>Let that sink in for a minute.</b>
The House Intelligence Committee, per Chairman and California Representative Devin Nunes has dedicated tens of thousands of manpower hours to attempting to uncover the truth about corruption which occurred at the Department of Justice under former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and at the Federal Bureau of Investigation via former Director James Comey; and you have the Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, <i>a man appointed by President Trump</i>, trying to undermine the principles of law and order in the federal government.
My only complaints of the Trump Administration appointments thus far have been Rod Rosenstein, with Christopher Wray as FBI Director also oftentimes seemingly questionable; due to his apparent delays to both the House and Senate Intelligence committees in handing over documents.
The majority of the Inspector General reports, which have been released in increments already, were heavily delayed due to the demands of documents from the FBI which were postponed fourteen days at a time per series of files, extending what could be a six month investigation into nearly sixteen straight months, with<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/25863-Sen-Grassley-R-IA-Calls-Out-Comey-Lies-Demands-FBI-302s"> Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) last month becoming infuriated at the endless delays.</a>.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Someone is scared bigly! The IG report is coming on Thursday so once that’s out his time will be that much shorter. He’s not going to win and it’ll end very badly for this guy. <a href="https://t.co/HeXTih9zMY">https://t.co/HeXTih9zMY</a></p>— Paul Lee (@PaulLee85) <a href="https://twitter.com/PaulLee85/status/1006628355876126720?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">June 12, 2018</a></blockquote>
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Now, we're understanding exactly why the DOJ is at arms with liberty; and if you weren't already aware that Rosenstein was part of the problem, <i>there is now zero doubt.</i>
The second staffer continued in his condemnation of Rosenstein’s actions, saying that, "I also read it as a not-so-veiled threat to unleash the full prosecutorial power of the state against us.”
<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/16775-Unsealed-FISA-Report-Shows-Obama-s-FBI-ILLEGALLY-Spied-on-Americans-and-Shared-Data-with-NGOs">We know Barack Obama is being protected by every cover-up attempt, there is zero doubt, and the evidence supports this. </a>
According to Fox News, the Federal Bureau of Investigation disputed the claims of the Nunes staffers, which for me gives further credence to my belief that Christopher Wray is compromised; or may have always been so.
“The FBI disagrees with a number of characterizations of the meeting as described in the excerpts of a staffer’s emails provided to us by Fox News,” the FBI said in a statement.
Unsurprisingly, the Department of Justice also disputes the reported events, but if you're one of the people who have a longstanding, albeit becoming increasingly unpopular; belief that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is working on the single greatest investigation of government corruption in American history, which I fully believe and I fully <i>trust Sessions</i>, it's not a surprise that the DOJ is trying to contain the investigation to minimize media coverage.
Some of the achievements of Attorney General Jeff Sessions include exposing countless government employees including the likes of Bruce and Nellie Ohr, Christopher Steele, former FBI Director James Comey, Deputy Assistant Director of the Counterintelligence Division and number two FBI Special Agent in charge of Hillary Clinton's email investigation Peter Strzok, former CIA head John Brennan, now-fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Senator John McCain, and countless others so far.
All of this has to be accredited to the Department of Justice’s “silent assassin” Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and his counterpart in the Office of the Inspector General, Michael Horowitz.
“The FBI expects every employee to adhere to the highest standards of honesty, integrity, and accountability,” Sessions said. “As the OPR proposal stated, ‘all FBI employees know that lacking candor under oath results in dismissal and that our integrity is our brand’.”
To boot, the FBI has thus far refused to hand over pertinent information that the Attorney General has requested until they're at the deadline, sometimes taking two weeks to give up a single series of requested documents. The pace of Congress and the Federal Government, in part because of bureaucracy and red-tape, is that of a snail.
Keep in mind this last April House investigators were given what's being described as<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/22682-Clinton-Lynch-Tarmac-Meeting-Just-One-Piece-of-AG-Sessions-Justice-Puzzle"> “unparalleled and unprecedented access” </a>into all remaining investigative documents under a new deal between Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, which is a sign of things to come.
While criticisms of Sessions are fully understandable, anyone who has examined documents and letters from both Senators and Representatives, as well as official press releases, can make some sense of these issues which appear to be “dragging of the feet,” but there's a perfectly logical explanation of why some of this information hasn't been released.
Not only do the American people have a right to know why both James Comey's FBI and Lynch’s DOJ failed to recommend criminal charges for the obvious crimes committed by Hillary Clinton, but they <i>demand justice,</i> because they're fed up with the elite Democrats being able to avoid prosecution for crimes that any average citizen would be in prison over.
Everyone wants transparency, but we want justice to prevail more.
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With both the Department of Justice via the “silent assassin” Jeff Sessions, and the Office of the Inspector General via Michael Horowitz, there are over 470 investigators on the case, and there hasn't been a single leak to date in the investigation.
We're witnessing the single largest criminal cases in American history unfold. Under the leadership of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Office of the Inspector General via Michael Horowitz, the case is running deep.
<i>Some want it running deeper.</i>
There's a perfectly logical explanation of why some of this information hasn't been released, as I repeatedly have argued.
Remember, the Senate Intelligence Committee has already proven itself as a threat when<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/17924-Arrest-Senator-Mark-Warner-D-VA-of-the-Senate-Intelligence-Committee-for-Sedition-NOW"> Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) was found to have been having text-message conversations with a Russian Oligarch </a>to attempt to destroy a sitting President, which some would argue was a criminal act.
So when information hits those in Congress; you're not just talking about Republican patriots like Devin Nunes who receive access. That information goes to Democrats too, and they simply can't be trusted. Not that there isn't RINOs who would love to see Trump impeached as well, but you get my point.
Leaks are phenomenally dangerous in this case, because if either Democrats or RINOs (Republican in name only) were to have access to the crucial details of what the OIG and AG are currently seeking to uncover, it will give precedent to either party to pass along the information which would lead to the destruction of evidence from the guilty criminals involved.
My guess is that this is why the DOJ is denying the allegations reported by Fox News today, even though I fully believe Rod Rosenstein was engaged in a blackmail campaign.
However, we must keep in mind that there's both a logistically important and calculative reasoning behind why both the Department of Justice under Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Office of the Inspector General via Michael Horowitz have remained close-lipped about the case because they're actively engaged in one of the largest criminal investigations in American history.
Let Attorney General Jeff Sessions do his job.
You begin to interfere with what he's doing or leak out the wrong information, it could scare away key witnesses or potential testimonies which have already been agreed upon.
Four-hundred and seventy investigators are on the cases, folks. That's not to be taken lightly. The Omnibus bill also gave enormous funding to the OIG and DOJ, which suggests President Trump is fully aware of what's happening within the halls of both.
He knows about arrests, interrogations, and indictments through back channels.
<b>If President Trump didn't trust Jeff Sessions he'd fire him like he has everyone else.</i>
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President Trump is doing his job, and remaining quite successful in the process.
Again, there's lots of criticism thrown towards AG Sessions from those who are impatient, and it's somewhat understandable because everyone wants to see justice.
The Office of the Inspector General and the OIG himself Michael Horowitz has been hailed as being crucial to leading to future indictments against these corrupt globalist criminals from the Obama Regime and the intelligence community.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions was proven to have been working in the shadows on our side for many months, despite the criticism of his inaction, after he fired Andrew McCabe.
Those who are following breadcrumbs already know that Sessions and the Department of Justice have been hard at work, and actually have always trusted him.
It's understandable for many to be frustrated with the lack of actions taken, when there is overwhelming evidence of crimes committed by the “Deep State,” Barack Hussein Obama, Hillary Clinton, Loretta Lynch, Andrew McCabe, Bruce Ohr, and every other bad actor out of the countless dozens who have destroyed the liberties and rule of law in which everyday Americans value.
<b>There are many bad actors, and Rod Rosenstein is proof of this.</b>
The further he is exposed, the more it showcases an ongoing conspiracy to not only bring down a sitting President of the United States of America but a desire to cover up actual crimes that occurred from every level of the Obama Regime and the Hillary Clinton for President campaign.
We're witnessing the civil war unfold, and the as evidence that this is happening becomes public, it only adds fuel to the fire.
Very soon, most likely this week, we will see an Inspector General report released, that comes after Congress has already named several former officials for criminal charges, and you're going to see the Patriots within the government continue to uncover additional crimes.
Devin Nunes has made clear time after time: the House Intelligence Committee is still uncovering criminal activities of the previous administration.
Any criminal attorney or prosecutor will tell you that charges cannot be brought while an investigation is ongoing. The moment trial begins, all compiled evidence is final. You cannot uncover additional information after.
We want full and complete justice.
I know it's taking what seems to be an indefinite amount of time, and I'm fully aware of the risks of such a delay; <i>but every criminal of the Obama Regime must be brought down for even the slightest crimes committed against our country.</i>
I trust Sessions. I've not seen anything to suggest I shouldn't as of yet. He's actively working on this case with the OIG and Special Prosecutor John Huber, while simultaneously hunting down thousands of pedophiles, and raiding illegal aliens, as well as performing all of the tasks required from the Attorney General at the Department of Justice.
I believe that President Trump is playing chess in this game as well.
Had Sessions not recused himself none of the bad actors would be exposed, and had Trump not been engaged in public relations chess-mastering, the media would accuse any eventual indictments as per being a politically motivated witch hunt against Democrats.
We know that corrupt individuals are being prosecuted too, with little to no media coverage.
<a href="https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndtx/pr/fbi-agent-convicted-falsifying-information-when-applying-passport">One FBI Agent was convicted in March of Falsifying Information and the DOJ reported it but the media didn't touch it. </a>
<a href="https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-fbi-special-agent-pleads-guilty-leaking-classified-national-defense-information">Here's a case of an FBI Agent prosecuted by the DOJ in April for leaking classified information, for another example. </a>
Which ones of those were reported by the media again? Right… none, as the same as many other cases.
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One can only assume these are individuals who will turn State’s evidence and testify in much larger cases in the future.
Meanwhile, the Robert Mueller witch hunt continues, but he has nothing related to the Trump campaign, and his best witnesses are<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/20217-Robert-Mueller-Probe-Turncoat-Can-t-Be-Trusted-George-Nader-Indicted-for-Child-Porn-in-1985"> convicted pedophiles like George Nader</a>.
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