JW announced it obtained a 2-page memo, dated 5/16/17, by Andrew McCabe detailing how then-Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein proposed wearing a wire into the Oval Office “to collect additional evidence on the president’s true intentions."— Judicial Watch 🔎 (@JudicialWatch) October 3, 2019
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‘DEEP STATE’ BOMBSHELL: Rosenstein Was Part of Anti-Trump Coup Plot - Robert Stacy McCain - The Other McCain
What was widely suspected is now conclusively proven:
Judicial Watch on Wednesday released 145 pages of former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s communications which include a one-line email from Rosenstein to Robert Mueller stating “The boss and his staff do not know about our discussions.” That email came just five days before Rosenstein appointed Mueller to take over the FBI’s Russia investigation as special counsel, roiling Trump’s presidency.
The communications — which include “off the record” emails with major media outlets around the date of Mueller’s appointment — show that Rosenstein did not just dispassionately go along with the fraudulent probe in an attempt to get at the truth, but was an active participant in the deep state coup, secretly plotting with other FBI and DOJ officials against the president of the United States. . . .
BREAKING: JW released 145 pages of Rosenstein’s comms that include an email from Rosenstein to Mueller stating, “The boss & his staff don't know about our discussions”& “off the record” emails w/media outlets around the date of Mueller’s appointment (1/3). https://t.co/zj1peDBnPQ— Judicial Watch 🔎 (@JudicialWatch) October 2, 2019
Coming up: DOJ Rosenstein email:— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) October 4, 2019
"I am with Mueller. He shares my views. Duty Calls. Sometimes the moment chooses us.” https://t.co/kK8eQld00V
On 5/8/17, Rosenstein wrote a memo to @realDonaldTrump recommending that Comey be fired. The next day, Trump fired Comey. Just 3 days later Rosenstein sent an email assuring Mueller that “The boss and his staff do not know about our discussions,” (2/3).https://t.co/zj1peDBnPQ— Judicial Watch 🔎 (@JudicialWatch) October 2, 2019