Shots Fired! Rosenstein Slams Comey For His Corruption, Abuse of Power in Wake of DOJ IG Report


Rod Rosenstein

Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein threw shade at Comey in a series of tweets following the release of the DOJ IG report.

The DOJ Inspector General released a report on James Comey Thursday morning on his mishandling of memos he drafted stemming from nine conversations he had with President Trump.

 

Although it was determined that Comey violated FBI policies pertaining to retention, handling and dissemination of FBI records and information, Barr declined prosecution.

The IG report concluded that Comey “set a dangerous example for the over 35,000 current FBI employees.”

Without mentioning Comey’s name, Rosenstein criticized the former FBI Director on Twitter.

“It is important .. to follow established policies and procedures, especially when the stakes are high…. We should be most on guard when we believe that our own uncomfortable .. circumstances justify ignoring .. principles respected by our predecessors.” Rosenstein said.


Rosenstein linked to a June 2018 letter he sent to Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) that highlighted the importance of “following established policies and procedures.”

Rosenstein fought back against critics and roasted Comey AGAIN for his hypocrisy and abuse of power.

The former DAG linked to a July 2016 WaPo article blasting Comey for usurping the DOJ, holding a press conference where he publicly announced he would not be charging Hillary Clinton.

Both Comey and Rosenstein participated in the failed coup to remove Trump from the White House, but they turned on each other after Spygate began to unravel.

The Inspector General is preparing to release another report on FISA abuse any time between mid-September and early October.

Rosenstein, who is incredibly corrupt, signed the June 2017 FISA warrant to spy on Carter Page one month after he appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel so he really has no room to talk about principles.

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