Rosenstein to Leave Justice Department Next Friday, Sources Say. Yes we know it’s another “sources” deal but if true it’s about time. McCabe may have ratted some good stuff. We’ll see this Sunday.

Following the Senate confirmation of William P. Barr to be Attorney General, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is planning to exit the Department of Justice next Friday, according to three DOJ officials who are familiar with his plans and ongoing conversations inside the department.

Rosenstein, 54, initially planned to stay at the Department of Justice for several weeks to ensure a smooth transition for his successor,
Jeffrey Rosen, however, he is quietly working to exit the DOJ next Friday after a scathing interview was given to “60 Minutes” by former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Mr. McCabe, in an interview scheduled to air on Sunday, said that Mr. Rosenstein considered invoking the 25th amendment to oust President Trump in addition to possibly recording the commander-in-chief, directly contradicting a forceful denial issued months earlier by Rosenstein.

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Not so silent

Rumor has it he is going to work for his old friend…
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Politics is not a bad profession. If you succeed there are many rewards, if you disgrace yourself you can always write a book.
Ronald Reagan

StrinaM
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Is he leaving in handcuffs? Otherwise I don’t care.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Learn something from his pal McCabe did he?

TeriDavisNewman
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Treasonous bastard should be leaving in handcuffs to face a firing squad!

deepthinker
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deepthinker

What quagmire and the hildabeast have done is far worse than anything Nixon did. It’s time to charge all involved in the attempted coup with treason Impanel a military tribunal and try all these treasonous bastards. If convicted, let them pay the heavy price. Quantico has some nice accommodations.

JPTravis
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If you are a prosecutor in this country, or have ever been a prosecutor, you are immune from the laws the rest of us live by. I’ve been watching this for years. This is why Mueller is so out of control. Prosecutors at every level are out of control. They break the law with impunity because they know nothing will happen to them. If a judge reads them the riot act, they just shrug their shoulders and find a new judge. They will prosecute a cop to the nth degree if it’s politically popular, to the ruination of the cop’s financial life even though he was innocent and a jury finds him innocent, but a prosecutor? Nobody will touch them. These people you want charged are all current or former members of the AG’s office. Even the FBI agents are all headquarters personnel who worked closely with the AG’s office, not cops per se. You think McCabe ever investigated a real crime as a cop? Hell no. They are all immune, trust me, because none of their fellow prosecutors will take the job of prosecuting them.

deepthinker
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deepthinker

That is why the suggestion of a military tribunal. As for ruining a good officer’s life. I’ve seen it first hand.

Those in the Hoover building are NOT true investigators. They are blow hards, self important DICKS who think those who are doing the investigations are stupid and incomptent. Seen this first hand as well.

As I am not an attorney nor have I played one on TV. I will defer to the likes of you JP and Mr. Dershowitz. He has been vocal that all of this was an attempted coup. In an attempted coup, those who participated in it face grave consequences.

JPTravis
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I can’t remember exactly and I’m too lazy to look it up, but I believe McCabe went to law school. Like many people in the Hoover building, THAT was his qualification for being hired by the FBI. I have never been able to figure out why the FBI thinks that’s a good qualification for being an agent. Accountants, too. They hire a lot of accountants. I was an accountant. I’m the last guy in the world you want to hand a gun and tell him to go after bad guys. Sheesh, it’s just stupid. What does a guy know about investigating crime when he graduates from law school? And those idiotic FBI guys from law schools, THOSE are the guys who were conspiring with the AG’s office to overthrow the president, because they think they’re so damn smart. And they’re lawyers so they and the AG’s office are bosom buddies. The whole thing makes me so mad I can’t see straight.

Joe Redfield
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Joe Redfield

It would be nice to see him exit in handcuffs.

Fenster662
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Fenster662

There’s at least 10 to 20 FBI and Justice Dept employees who need to go to the work farm, ASAP. There also needs to be a complete revamp of the FBI, Justice department, CIA and NSA to eliminate the stink of Obama/Clintonism.