Wednesday, January 9, 2019

BREAKING: Dirty Cop Rod Rosenstein to Leave DOJ as Department Continues to Lose Trust of American People

BREAKING: Scandal-plagued Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is resigning

Rosenstein is the deputy Attorney General and presides over the criminal Mueller investigation of President Trump.

Rosenstein was also involved with the Uranium One Scandal.

Rosenstein was also involved in the sham investigation of Hillary Clinton.

And DAG Rosenstein signed a dishonest FISA warrant to spy on Trump in 2017.

The Department of Justice today is a corrupt body of criminals intent on destroying the country and implementing the demands of the radical Democrat Party.

In September The New York Times reported that Rosenstein discussed wearing a wire in a plot to remove the sitting US president.

Rosenstein confirmed the news today. He will be leaving in weeks.
He is dirty cop and a big part of the problem with Washington DC.

FOX News reported:

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to leave his role in the coming weeks, sources familiar with the matter told Fox News.

Rosenstein wants to ensure a smooth transition for incoming Attorney General nominee Bill Barr and plans to transition out of the job in the coming weeks, the sources said.

Rosenstein long thought of his role as a two-year position and the two-year mark is coming soon, officials close to the departing attorney general told Fox News.

AMERICA NEEDS BILL BARR TO TAKE THE REINS AT THE BADLY DAMAGED JUSTICE DEPARTMENT

ABC News was the first to report on Rosenstein’s departure.

Speculation of Rosenstein’s departure mounted after the firing of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in November. He has, until recently, overseen Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into whether Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election and has been a target of Trump on Twitter.

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