It’s about time…

Rod Rosenstein has submitted his resignation to President Trump after a two-year stint as Deputy Attorney General.

He will officially leave his position as the Deputy Attorney General next month, as his successor is expected to be sworn in then.

His resignation will be effective, May 11th.

ROSENSTEIN’S STATEMENT TO PRESIDENT TRUMP:

Rosenstein had planned to leave last month but stayed for the completion of Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian collusion. Robert Mueller’s report was submitted to the Justice Department last month concluding that President Trump did not obstruct justice or collude with Russia.

ONE THING ROSENSTEIN WILL BE REMEMBERED FOR IS HIS “DEADPAN EXPRESSION” WHEN AG BARR WAS READING THE STATEMENT ON THE MUELLER INVESTIGATION:

In Rosenstein’s latest public appearance, he addressed questions about his demeanor at the press conference:

“‘What were you thinking when you stood behind Barr at that press conference with a deadpan expression?’ The answer is, I was thinking, ‘My job is to stand here with a deadpan expression.’ Can you imagine if I did anything other than a deadpan expression.”

Rosenstein was the one who appointed Robert Mueller in 2017. This was following the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Who can forget the McCabe bombshell that Rosenstein wanted to wear a wire to spy on President Trump:

The FBI and DOJ have some explaining to do over a 60 Minutes bombshell interview with McCabe in which he reveals that Rod Rosenstein offered to wear a wire with President Trump in the room. The group discussed taking out the president via the 25th Amendment using the vice president and a majority of his cabinet.

This is unreal! Listen to the video below where Scott Pelley discusses how shocked he is about what he was told:

Wow – McCabe also tells CBS that Rosenstein’s offer to wear a wire with the president was raised more than once and that McCabe took it to the lawyers at the FBI to discuss.

on what McCabe told : “There were meetings at the Justice Department at which it was discussed whether the vice president and a majority of the cabinet could be brought together to remove the president of the United States under the 25th Amendment.”

Rep. Jim Jordan calls out Rosenstein for his effort to force President Trump out of office. Challenges Rep. Elijah Cummings:

Rosenstein out talking to the media.

On top of this, earlier we learned Rosenstein was not kidding when he plotted to force the President out of office.

Rosenstein should be compelled to testify immediately. Your move @RepCummings.

 


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