REPUBLICAN LAWMAKERS Prepare Contempt of Congress Resolution Against Top Deep State Operatives
FBI Director Chris Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein
As most Americans now know, former US Senator Jeff Sessions was sworn in as US Attorney General under President Donald Trump on Thursday, February 9th, 2017. Then less than a month later, Sessions recused himself from any investigation into whether the Trump Administration colluded with Russians to swing the US 2016 election.
Next on April 25th, 2017, Rod Rosenstein was confirmed to be deputy attorney general by a vote of 94-6 in the Senate and on April 26th he was sworn in. Then less than a month later, on May 17th, Rosenstein appointed a special counsel and appointed his old friend from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Robert Mueller to investigate President Trump.
It appears that the special investigation created by crooked Rosenstein and his appointed special counsel Robert Mueller is not legal. It is not based on the law. It is a fraud. It was only meant to take down President Trump.
It was Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller approved the Uranium One deal allowing the Clintons to pocket MEGA-MILLIONS from the Russians.
Now they are trying to cover their tracks.
For the past several weeks top FBI operatives, including Rod Rosenstein and Director Christopher Wray, have stonewalled in producing material related to the Russia-Trump probe to Congress.
President Trump tweeted about this on Sunday morning.
Wray needs to clean house. Now we know the politicization even worse than McCabe’s ties to McAuliffe/Clinton. It also infected his top investigator PETER STRZOK, who sent texts bashing Trump & praising Hillary during campaign. Strzok led Hillary probe & supervised Trump probe! https://t.co/0y403oeqvX
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) December 2, 2017
Lawmakers are preparing contempt of Congress resolution against Deep State operatives for refusing to release material related to their Trump probe to Congress.
U.S. House Republicans are drafting a contempt of Congress resolution against Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray, claiming stonewalling in producing material related to the Russia-Trump probes and other matters.
Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes and other committee Republicans, after considering such action for several weeks, decided to move after media including the New York Times reported Saturday on why a top FBI official assigned to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of Russia-Trump election collusion had been removed from the investigation.
Republicans, including the president, pointed to the reports as evidence that the entire probe into Russian meddling has been politically motivated.
“Now it all starts to make sense,” Trump said on Twitter Sunday.
In his statement Saturday, Nunes pointed to the reports that the official, Peter Strzok, was removed after allegedly having exchanged anti-Trump and pro-Hillary Clinton text messages with his mistress, who was an FBI lawyer working for Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe.