Rosenstein has more than nine lives

Rod Rosenstein appears to have more lives within the FBI than any toothless cat roaming the streets of New York.

The question is why?

Is he a white hat ally of the Trump Administration, who is being set up to lure out other Obama era black hats into the trap?

Or is he one of the cabal, who did offer to wear a wire to gather evidence for a 25th Amendment case against Trump’s ability to hold office? Rosenstein denies this charge against him.

Trump had frozen Rosenstein out recently only to have a meeting on Air Force One with him on Monday. As Assistant Attorney General handling the Russian Dossier probe, it appears his time is short as evidence piles up that the actual collusion was between the Obama DOJ/FBI and Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

However Rosenstein was in the middle of all that and may have also signed off on a FISA application. He certainly knows all the players quite well including Former FBI Directors James Comey and Robert Mueller, who he assigned as a Special Council to probe the Trump Russia collusion case. Rosenstein also worked closely with Ex-AG Loretta Lynch and ex-AAG Sally Yates among others implicated in the 2016 Presidential election fraud.

So how does Rosenstein survive the purge? Or will he?

It is believed that the Presidential order to declassify the FISA warrant documents still sit on Rosenstein’s desk and has not made it up to the Director of National Intelligence’s office for approval. It is also reported that DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz has been tasked with approving the FISA docs release that sits on Rosenstein’s desk. But we are still waiting on that.

Of course with the release of these documents it is believed Rosenstein will be forced to resign since there is self-incriminating evidence contained within implicating him directly into the 2016 Presidential election fraud.

We shall see, but I believe this cat has more than nine lives.

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Trump getting push back from Brits, DS to not release FISA documents

This may be a great example of the Panic in US and Panic in UK, but don’t blink Mr. President.

There are too many consequences for not releasing the documents. Besides exonerating your campaign, what negative impact besides exposing Obama administration officials in fraud and worse could there be?

Counting on DOJ IG Horowitz to see clear to release the FISA application and documents.

DOJ report confirms Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting planned

As I have written many times, the President Bill Clinton- Attorney General Loretta Lynch June 2016 tarmac meeting in Phoenix was not a friendly get-together that happen spontaneously, according to the DOJ Inspector General’s report.

Michael Horowitz’s report states that Lynch’s public affairs supervisor, who was traveling with her, informed DOJ investigators that President Clinton’s Secret Service detail contacted Lynch’s security detail well ahead of time to arrange the meeting.

This goes against the narrative both players have said that the rendezvous was a friendly stop and chat for the last two years.

As I have reported this “casual get-together to talk about the grand kids,” was followed days later by then-FBI Director James Comey stating that his agency, which reports to the DOJ chief,  would not recommend criminal charges against Clinton for using a private email server while Secretary of State.

On page 203 of the report it states:

The OPA Supervisor said that he later learned that former President Clinton’s Secret Service detail had contacted Lynch’s FBI security detail and let them know that the former President wanted to meet with Lynch. Although Lynch’s staff was supposed to receive notice of such requests, witnesses told us that they were not informed of the request from former President Clinton.

So President Clinton knew Lynch’s plane was there and scheduled a meeting with the Attorney General. The same woman would was probing his wife’s use of a private email server to save top-secret government documents.

Although not mentioned in the report, I have a source stating that President Barack Obama was on a call to the plane from the Oval Office at the time of the meeting. The source claims NSA recordings of the meeting exist.

Twenty minutes into the meeting a Lynch senior staffer entered the plane to break up the meeting as a photographer was spotted in the area.

Rosenstein to take the fall to hide Obama administration’s dirty secrets

Today may be Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s last full day in the job.

Rosenstein has been stonewalling Congress on the release of the DOJ’s Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on the FBI having spies in the Trump campaign prior to any probe into Russian collusion despite facing congressional subpoenas.

Rosenstein was told on Monday by House leadership to supply relevant materials by Friday or face impeachment hearings.

The House Freedom Caucus — a conservative group — last month drafted impeachment articles against Rosenstein, which House leadership has said it will consider should  Rosenstein not comply.

Republican House member Rep. Matt Gaetz tweeted this below Wednesday:

“If we were really serious about oversight we’d say the documents will be present at 10:00a.m. tomorrow, if they’re not, at 10:01 we start the impeachment proceedings regarding Rod Rosenstein.”

The House Judiciary Committee has requested from Rosenstein’s office more than a million documents from the FBI and DOJ relating to the Hillary Clinton email probe, the firing of former top FBI official Andrew McCabe, and reported surveillance of a Trump aide during the 2016 presidential election.

Remember Rosenstein is on the hot seat because Attorney General Jeff Sessions recuse himself soon after his appointment of any dealing with DOJ’s Russian probe.

Congress does not have the right to fire Rosenstein, that can only come from Sessions. However they can impeach or charge him with contempt and jail him until the documents are released. The latter is highly unlikely to happen.

Just what is Rosenstein protecting by ignoring the congressional subpoenas is anyone’s guess, but I’ll put a few thoughts out there.

  • The transcript of the tarmac meeting between President Bill Clinton and AG Loretta Lynch, which may include a call from the Obama Oval Office.
  • More details into the death of Hillary Clinton aide Seth Rich and his dealings with Julian Assange.
  • Rosenstein and FBI working through the Five Eyes protocol to spy on Americans here in the US.

Those are just a few bombshells that may be contained in Horowitz’s report, which have been redacted.

Remember Horowitz’s report does not have the weight that Utah US attorney John Huber’s investigation. Huber can and will indict individuals involved in obscuring the FBI and DOJ investigations into the Clinton’s email server and the hiring of Fusion/GPS to produce the “Russian Dossier”.

Just who was put in cages by news media Monday?

I wondered yesterday why did the immigration issue of splitting up families come out all over the place on Sunday?

The law to do just that with illegal immigrants was signed by President Clinton in 1996. This is not a President Trump initiative. I remember the young Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez deportation case that Clinton’s Attorney General Janet Reno prosecuted in 2000.

So why was this coming up in the news now? Then I looked at the TV at work and the Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz was testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on his report regarding the problems with the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was Secretary of State.

So look at the media coverage of that and it’s almost non-existent on Tuesday.

Kids in cages is what dominates the news today. Even The New York Post has a full-cover treatment of the immigration story. Throw in an audio purported to be children in the cages and you have a heart-tugging story that could have been reported anytime during the Obama and Bush terms.

No, don’t look behind the curtain. Don’t hear Horowitz desperately trying to defend himself and his report when it comes to no FBI political biases against Trump and the bungling of the probe into Hillary Clinton’s email server.

Most people won’t hear of the testimony that most of the team that exonerated Hillary Clinton then moved on to probe Trump and the alleged Russian collusion.

Republicans senators pointed out that Horowitz’s report found instances where FBI employees improperly received tickets to sporting events, golfing outings and drinks from reporters.

Or that why it took more than a month for FBI Agent Peter Strzok to subpoena Clinton aide Huma Abedin’s husband Anthony Weiner’s laptop after NYPD found treasure trove of classified information and child porn on it.

When asked about the delay in seizing Weiner’s laptop, Horowitz said, he did “not have confidence [the decision was] free from bias.”

Strzok ran both the Clinton email and Trump Russia probes and texted anti-Trump sentiments to Lisa Page a FBI attorney. Those texted included the infamous one where Page asks if Trump will be elected and Strzok writes, “No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it.”

But most Americans will not hear of these and many more exchanges because they were put in their own cages by the media on Tuesday.