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Like rabbit, Rosenstein is systematically tearing him away during the hearing of the Senate

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Like rabbit, Rosenstein is systematically tearing him away during the hearing of the Senate
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In his appearance at the Senate Committee on Justice, Texas Senator Ted Cruz brutally decided to oversee a ‘Russian collusion’ inquiry into the Trump Presidential Campaign and President Donald Trump during an intense grilling by former Deputy Prosecutor General on Wednesday.

Was it because he had been complicit in his many shortcomings that Rosenstein allowed the son who consumed the Trump Presidency for the first years to continue to do so? Or was he simply incapable of holding his position?

In a damning report by the Justice Department, Inspector General Michael Horowitz in December, Cruz’s peppered Rosenstein with problems around the sonde.

Sen. @TedCruz: “We were either compelled by the wrongdoing … or we were seriously negligent in performing your duties.”

— Benny June 3, 2020 (@bennyjohnson).

Clinton and the former Obamah consultant’s attempt to slam trump fires TRENDING:

The study reported 17 significant “errors” of the FBI’s appeal or refusal to perform an investigation before a secret trial, including one in which the FBI counsel changed a records to hide the reality that Trump’s campaign partner Carter Page was in reality a conduit of a US governmental department (presumably the CIA) in the past.

The FBI ‘s efforts to portray Page as a suspected agent working for the government would have been damaged by this fact.

In much of his testimony on Wednesday, Rosenstein – who was the official in charge of the “Russian conspiracy” trial by the Justice Department and the prosecution of Special Counsel Robert Mueller because General Attorney Jeff Session had dismissed himself at the time – attempted to blame the FBI for the issue.

Do you believe that the anti-Trump movement included Rod Rosenstein?

For a second, Cruz hadn’t bought it.

“You came into a world deeply politized but, under your leadership, all this was permitted,” said Cruz.

“This, obviously, points to two plausible assumptions, either that I don’t think you have been involved in misconduct, or that it is massively incompetent in serving you.”

Cruz’s questioning wasn’t the only damaging point. In his questions, Rosenstein’s supervision of the Mueller investigation repeatedly suggested skepticism.

Check it here to interrogate Cruz. Worth watching every minute.

Cruz really came to business in one series of questions.

When Rosenstein, who left the government to exercise the company law, examined his FISA application for surveillance, Cruz asked that he knew that the “primary source,” a substantial part of the FBI ‘s research, behind the now-debunked Steeles dossier had rejected it? (Rosenstein claimed at that time that he hadn’t known it.)

Were he aware that the FISA application did not contain “substantial exculpatory information” — like the alteration about Page’s previous work in the U.S. government? (“Not at all,” said Rosenstein.)

Were you aware, as a FISA application, that the FBI lawyer had “fairly altered the material” used? (“I didn’t know,” said Rosenstein.)

Did Rosenstein know the now-debunked Steele dossier paid for by Hillary Clinton’s and the Democratic National Committee, which was so crucial to the investigation? (The “believers” of Rosenstein were not so).

The evasiveness, the hunt for a pitch room was almost always obvious, and Cruz obviously could feel it. He bore on a trapped rabbit like a hunting dog.

“Any of those questions were you asking? Pleading Cruz.

Rosenstein obviously could not, or could not copy, be complicit in what was clearly a fabricated attempt to smear the presidency of the Trump and potentially remove it from office in the background.

(Trump supporters don’t need that retrospect; it was obvious all the time, no matter how lied about Adam Schiff.)

However, the questioning that Cruz did — together with that of other Republican Senators — showed the Americans just how poorly they were served by some of America’s highest law and justice officers and how politics were pervasive in the course of the Obama years of critical institutions like the FBI and the Department of Justice.

The Trump administration overlapped and worked constantly against the US president who had been duly elected by the Constitutional process.

The enemies of Trump tried to make a trap of the Presidency itself in a plot that is being progressively revealed.

One of the most crucial issues at the November elections is the continuation of these revelations.

Every American, regardless of politics, must help the truth behind the Trump plot.

Officials like Rod Rosenstein could continue by answering each question.

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