Rosenstein, a Wire and Obstruction of Justice
How serious was the firing of former FBI Director James Comey?
Serious enough that once Comey was given his walking papers, top officials in the Justice Department along with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein started an obstruction of justice investigation against President Trump.
The investigation took place after Comey’s firing and before Robert Mueller was appointed.
Previously, there were reports that Rosenstein offered to wear a wire, a claim that he strongly denied, even saying he was joking.
Analyze that logically and you will reach the conclusion that is an odd joke to make considering the circumstances. I believed that reporting to be true and wrote about it in September. That story is available below.
Apparently, Rosenstein had discussed removing the President via the 25th Amendment, which Omarosa had said in prior interviews that there was a joke within the corridors of the White House where staffers would say or text one another #TFA, meaning the Twenty-Fifth Amendment.
That prior post is available below.
Rosenstein was scheduled to meet with President Trump at the White House and we all thought he was getting the boot, but as luck would have it, that was the week Trump was dealing with Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation and the accusations by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
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