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Sunday, April 22, 2018

Good riddance to bad bipartisanship

The New York Times lead could have been written about three people: Jim Shady Comey, Bumbling Bob Mueller, or Reckless Rod Rosenstein.

" He has a reputation as a principled lawyer. He has worked for both Republican and Democratic attorneys general. He has a jugular instinct in courtroom battles but a distaste for political ones. Now Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, is confronting the political fight of his career," the Times reported.

Good.

Rosenstein worked in cahoots with others to frame the duly elected President of the United States so that Mueller and company could launch a witch hunt that is out of control as Mueller's henchmen seized Trump's lawyer's personal files and leaked them to the press.

Besides, if Rosenstein were "a principled lawyer" then he would not be engaged in political fights, and instead would serve the public.

"The Republicans complain that Mr. Rosenstein and other Justice Department officials have slow-walked or outright stonewalled their requests for reams of documents and other information they need to conduct oversight. When they do receive documents, they say, too many are showing up with critical content blacked out," the Times reported.

Like a mafioso -- to use Comey's crude analogy -- Rosenstein and company are ignoring congressional subpoenas.

They act like they are above the law.

And consider this: in the swamp, these critters are considered the paragons of virtue.

We were so screwed.

18 comments:

  1. Don,Bravo,you are one of us now,
    "We were so screwed"

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  2. Signed off on at least one of the FISA warrants, iirc. He should have recused himself rather than Sessions. Probably trying to cover his own tracks now. Start picking out a sturdy lamppost.

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  3. If they're ignoring Congressional subpoenas, they shouldn't be walking around. Haul 'em off to jail.

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  4. So why does Sessionzzzz say he will resign if Trump fires Rosenstein? Is he protecting Rosenstein, and if so, why? Once Mueller files his final report, which should be (but may not be) soon, Trump should fire Rosenstein and let Beauregard leave with him. It's a twofer. Good riddance to both. Perhaps the IG report (if it ever gets released) will make the firing of Rosenstein easy. We'll have to wait and see.

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    1. The “threat” from Jeff Sessions is probably fake news. If he goes, no way to confirm an AG who is kicking ass on illegal aliens AND working quietly behind the scenes to drain the swamp and round up all of the FBI and DOJ criminals in one fell swoop.

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    2. So who said Sessions will resign. Sessions, no. A hidden video recording of him saying it, no. Maybe it was a Democrat or so lackey media person giving out an anonymous fake news report.

      Hey, I could anonymously report and MSNBC broadcast Trump is dissolving Congress and setting up an election day sometime in the future and half the country would believe it.

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  5. If NYT feels that they have to defend Rosenstein they may be scared about what will come out in the OIG's next reports.

    I hope he opens the lid on the Uranium One scandal. That could take down Hillary, Mueller, Comey and Rosenstein too, who were all involved.

    Why would Trump need to fire Rosenstein and Mueller when the OIG will refer them for prosecution? Wouldn't be fun if the FBI perp-walked their own bosses?

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    1. If Rosenstein let the Uranium One scandal fly under the radar he has no conscience, sense of shame, or patriotism. He is a swamp critter and needs a long vacation in the Graybar Hotel with Hillary, Bill, Mueller, Comey, and the rest. - Elric

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    2. Elric, he’s a Liberal Jew. They have never ever been professing their love to the state of Israel, or America.

      They’re traitors. Like the Rosenbergs. Fry em.

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    3. Wow. "A liberal Jew" Surber: You condone this blatant racism?

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    4. Say, Anon@8:23-

      Now you've got me puzzled. What race is a Jew? Do Liberal Jews and Conservative Jews belong to different races, or the same one?

      Do you see racism wherever you go, or is it just apparent to you here?

      Oh, and what race are you? Or doesn't that matter? Please explain.

      We really do have to stamp out this nasty racism, don't we... but you seem to be the only one infected with it!

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  6. If Congress was smart...(famous last words)...they'd zero out DOJ salaries executive salaries. It's like the farmer says about his mule, "Sometimes ya gotta whack him in the head to get his attention."

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  7. They’re Democrat apparatchiks, so that should be “screwed, blued, and tattooed”.

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  8. Good to see Rudy fighting the Mob again.

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    1. Yep - just like Trump appointees Comey and Rosenstein.

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  9. Hey Esky -
    Esky - I could care less what a bigot like you thinks. But to humor you: Racism: "Racism is the belief in the superiority of one race over another, which often results in discrimination and prejudice towards people based on their race or ethnicity." Happy?

    My question remains aimed at Surber. Do you approve of bigotry and racism on your blog?

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    1. You sidestepped Esky's question. Why are you equating a religion with a race? - Elric

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  10. A colloquy from a deep state chat room plotting Trump's removal was allegedly captured by a hacker on the afternoon of May 17, 2017. The first line reads: "RR isn't taking sh*t... and he knows our friends have stuff on him."

    That evening, Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller Special Counsel in the Russia investigation.

    Was Rosenstein compromised?

    Source of chat: http://archive.is/KdbdJ

    Chat with a key to its codenames: http://img.4plebs.org/boards/pol/image/1524/09/1524092576499.png

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