Deep State Star Rod Rosenstein Refuses to Turn Over Subpoenaed Memos - No Show For Committee Hearing
By: Dr. Jake Baker – TapWires News Service
Deep State star Rod Rosenstein whose corruption has been reported by TapWires.com more often than we can count, has revealed yet again why we believe that he is one of the most corrupt and conflicted officials in the nation and he is directing the Mueller witch hunt aimed at destroying the Trump presidency.
Last week Rosenstein agreed to testify before congress after a call from Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) who, as you may recall previously filed articles of impeachment against Rosenstein, demanded that the Deputy AG appear before the congress and testify under oath regarding his alleged plan to wear a wire and secretly bait and record the president.
This story stems from multi-source allegations including the testimony of James A Baker, former Chief Legal Counsel for the FBI, that Rosenstein allegedly had a plan which involved wearing a wire to record his scripted conversations with the president to corroborate his belief that the White House was in chaos and the president was unfit for office. His plan reportedly was to gather enough damning information that he could force the cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove Trump from office.
But today Rosenstein notified Congress he will not turn over the subpoenaed memos and will not appear before the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday. This from Mark Meadows.
-NYT reports (McCabe memos) Rosenstein discussed recording the President— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) October 10, 2018
-FBI Chief Counsel Jim Baker: Rosenstein was serious about recording POTUS
-McCabe memos subpoenaed by Congress
Rosenstein won’t turn over memos, and he’s a no-show for tomorrow’s scheduled questioning.
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Rosenstein a no show for tomorrow. Wonder why?https://t.co/e2OOdpFJET— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) October 10, 2018