DOJ Official Rachel Brand Resigns…

Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand is leaving the Department of Justice.  Ms. Brand was the #3 official in main justice holding a position immediately behind Rod Rosenstein.

Rachel Brand was to FISA surveillance what Tom Selleck is to reverse home mortgages. Indeed almost all of Ms. Brands’ exclusive recent responsibility has been to advocate for national surveillance authority within the DOJ.   She was a very effective spokesperson.

Ms. Brand is now going to be the legal head of Wal-Mart as the global governance director.

Good luck with that Wal-Mart workers.  Enjoy your future microchip. All your biometrics are belong to us…

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406 Responses to DOJ Official Rachel Brand Resigns…

  1. TomR,Worc,MA,USA says:

    Where is the image in the post from?

    Liked by 2 people

  2. deqwik2 says:

    Rachel Brand was also the top boss over FOIA requests. Everybody blames Sessions for everything but FOIA belongs to Brand.

    Liked by 5 people

    • blind no longer says:

      Rachel must have worked closely with Rosensteins wife to assist in stalling all those FOIA requests. No wonder Rosey thinks so highly of her.

      Liked by 4 people

    • mimbler says:

      Foia belongs to Sessions. He is in charge. If he doesn’t like what Brand is doing, that is why he is paid the big bucks.

      Liked by 4 people

      • deqwik2 says:

        He is Brand’s boss but that’s like saying Walmart’s CEO is responsible for your local cashier. While true there are a lot of supervisors between the cashier & CEO so that means a lot of failure had to happen before it got that high up.

        Who below Sessions is dropping the ball & failing ?

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    • not anymore – besides was Jeff Sessions not HER boss?


    • southernsue says:

      she will answer for her crimes also
      if she did wrong
      it is a matter of time


    • farmhand1927 says:

      Doesn’t Brand ultimately answer to Sessions?

      Seems the Attorney General position is often defanged because people like Brand wield sole control over their areas. If these internal “bosses” operate independently, it’s no wonder we are in the messes we’re in, not just at DOJ, but also at State and FBI. In the private sector, every member of an organization is accountable and answers to someone. Even CEO’s answer to stockholders and boards of directors. Only in the gov’t can people embed like Brand, McCabe, Strzok, etc., and just do as they please. Or as they were told under prior administrations.

      If the Attorney General of the United States has no oversight or influence over the attorneys working inside DOJ, the Swamp apparently won’t be drained unless they start resigning. The President can’t fire any of them because Mueller stands as the firewall protecting them. To fire any of them would result in Mueller launching yet another tentacle of investigation, hire another far Left attorney to chase another avenue of Fake Obstruction. The Mueller gang reportedly is still trying to create an instruction case over Comey’s firing.

      Under the Obama Regime, Inspector General Horowitz was unable to access certain activities and functions inside the DOJ. The reasons why oversight was limited are glaringly apparent now. What’s not clear is why the people that are resigning think if they bail off the ship they’ll be exempt from scrutiny, investigation and whatever may follow after that.

      As for criticism of Jeff Sessions, its been President Trump himself that has publicly expressed disappointment and frustration. If our AG quietly doing great things toward draining the Swamp and weeding out the obstructors, we’ll all be grateful as will the President. In the meantime, our President is hamstrung–he can’t fire Rosenstein or Mueller and he couldn’t ask for Sessions’ resignation, even if he wanted to,

      Liked by 5 people

      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        One wonders whether she saw the proverbial handwriting on the wall: Rosenstein is going to go down; she will be next in charge if prosecutions are in order, and she does not want to be in that position. That could provoke a bail, even if she, herself, did not violate the law.

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      • 108nams says:

        Farmhand1927, you got me to login and hit “like” for your comment, thanks.


      • 108nams says:

        “Defanged” is as good an adjective as any. Explains a lot too. Thx.


      • todayistheday99 says:

        “What’s not clear is why the people that are resigning think if they bail off the ship they’ll be exempt from scrutiny, investigation and whatever may follow after that.”

        They probably think that no one in government is ever held accountable and do what best suits their personal situation.


      • deqwik2 says:

        The problem is that the government is so big, the man at the top can’t possibly know what the little guys are doing.

        Like the military, there is a chain of command. Military starts with a platoon Sgt. If there is a breakdown in the chain, the Post Commander doesn’t get the full picture of what his troops are doing.

        You have to depend on those in charge of Platoons to be the watchdog or the lazy corrupt soldier may go unnoticed by the higher ups.


    • jmclever says:

      This is from the DoJ official site describing the function of the office of the Associate AG. No where do I see FOIA requests. From my reading, each division of the DoJ handles its appropriate FOIA requests.

      The Office of the Associate Attorney General advises and assists the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General in formulating and implementing Departmental policies and programs pertaining to a broad range of civil justice, federal and local law enforcement, and public safety matters. The Office oversees the following DOJ components: Antitrust Division, Civil Division, Civil Rights Division, Environment and Natural Resources Division, Tax Division, Office of Justice Programs, Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), Community Relations Service, Office on Violence Against Women, Office of Information Policy, Executive Office for U.S. Trustees, Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, and the Service Members and Veterans Initiative.


      • jmclever says:

        This is the official info w.r.t FOIA

        DOJ is organized into a number of bureaus, divisions, offices, and boards, which are referred to as “components.” Within DOJ, each component processes its own records in response to FOIA requests. Therefore, your request will receive the quickest possible response if it is addressed directly to the component that you believe has the records you are seeking. If you are unsure of which component would have the records you are seeking, you can read about each component and the types of records they maintain. Once you decide which component is likely to have the records you seek, you can view the list of FOIA contacts to get the address for that component’€™s FOIA office.


      • deqwik2 says:

        Office of Information Policy is the department that FOIA falls under.

        “Melanie Ann Pustay became the Director of the Office of Information Policy of the United States Department of Justice in 2007. The Office of Information Policy is responsible for developing policy guidance for Executive Branch agencies on the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), providing legal counsel and training to agency personnel on the procedural and substantive aspects of the Act, and for overseeing agency compliance with the law.”


    • bob68 says:

      “Ms. Brand is now going to be the legal head of Wal-Mart as the global governance director.”. It would be convenient for Ms. Brand if this office is located outside the U.S.A. .Perhaps in a country with no extradition treaty..


  3. South Col says:

    Rach thinks the Establishment will save their girl and resignation will be the end of it.
    Let’s see if that’s so.
    Rach will be shocked to hear there might have been some criminal events around FISA courts on her watch.
    Naughty Rach.

    Liked by 6 people

    • MR52 says:

      Can you list those criminal events that she is associated with? She could be the link to McCain or Mueller, but I don’t see it yet. I need facts!


  4. Joe S says:

    She is gone, so why the long face?

    Liked by 3 people

    • South Col says:

      Gone but not prosecuted. You do understand the significant difference?

      Liked by 6 people

      • smartyjones1 says:

        Brand was no. 3 and there was expectations she would be a big contributor.
        But she was there for what, nine months?

        So people are saying she will need to lawyer up after being in the DOJ’s upper echelon for less than a year. Makes no sense whatsoever.

        If there’s movement with Rosenstein, DOJ no. 3 becomes a critical role. Brand probably isn’t the right choice. She knew it and knows what’s coming and left.

        We should say thank you. Not speculate about her arrest after nine months as No. 3 in DOJ. You would think it was Brand who begged Paul Ryan not to release the House Intel Memo.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Remington..... says:

      Well, she is just practicing her Kerry look for her new bosses. Got that nasty liberal look. Wished she’d had gone to Costco vs. Walking Mart. Better fit…

      Liked by 1 person

  5. BD says:

    Love the “are belong to us” reference. Soon, all their bases are belong to us!

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Garavaglia says:

    Never heard of her

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Donzo says:

    Why would Walmart give her that position if she’s compromised?


  8. formerdem says:

    Actually she has some great things on her resume. She represented Bush in the election miseries of 2000. She helped prepare Alito and Roberts for their hearings. Maybe though she just doesn’t want to be part of what’s ahead.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Donna in Oregon says:

      If a significant number of co-workers are indicted for felonies…..maybe as an attorney this is not good for the resume.

      Who knows if she’s dirty? It’s easier just to assume they all are and clap and jump for joy if one of them is a good American.

      Lowered expectations…..

      Liked by 2 people

    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      That is to some extent my speculation, formerdem.


  9. Ono says:

    Another Cannery joins the choir.


  10. Attorney says:

    No kidding, Stasi comes to a Walmart near you.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. GOOD GRIEF! that is a man…NO QUESTION! LOL

    no freaking way – that is a TRANNY

    maybe this is why they’ve been trying to destroy the family structure – for secular, economic, and soulless/satanic reasons…

    3-4 percent of the population actually gay (probably less), and point w/e trans, and they are actually dictating policy?

    of course it didn’t hurt that barry and michael were gay, and it looks like ROD HAM took that route too…

    not homophobic – just calling it like it is

    Liked by 1 person

    • georgiafl says:

      She is married, has two little boys. Her husband Jonathan Cohn is an attorney, was DOJ. They met at a Federalist group and they donate to Republicans.

      Liked by 2 people

      • use your eyes – that is a MAN…

        The fact (s)he may be “reported” to be married with 2 children would be irrelevant to that…
        nor does any involvement in the Federalists qualify her/him as a “conservative”/person of integrity, or w/e you were trying to imply.

        A Bush/Obama bad actor – CLEARLY part of the deep state’s foul campaign to indoctrinate/mind control people into their bizarre gender re-shaping HOAX narrative…and apparently, it’s working.

        “In 2012, Brand was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board”

        “In 2015, Brand expressed support for revised guidelines issued by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, arguing that they represented a welcome shift in the intelligence community away from what she termed its historical “reflexive secrecy.”

        this is a globalist swamp pawn, period

        like i said – forced, CONSTANT exposure to images of these transvestite actors in the media on a regular basis,as politicians, Hollywood actors, and professional athletes, has unfortunately succeeded in selling people this baffling and disturbing narrative

        again – just use your eyes

        i’m more concerned with the insults directed at poor Walmart “greeters” in this discussion ;O


    • clarification –

      the top row is Danica Roem, allegedly the first trans person elected to a state legislature (VA), and the bottom is Rachael Brand

      if anything, Brand’s physical structure is MORE masculine than Roem’s.

      again – I’m not posting this with homophobic intent…I have gay friends.
      Nor am I judging in any way these people’s appearance or lifestyle (w/e that may be)

      I am, however, disturbed by the bizarre globalist agenda of “identity” that is clearly accelerating, of attempting to deny biological hard fact (two sexes), and to normalize gender “choice” by flooding the media with this narrative…

      what they’re after is open to discussion, but i think it really important that we identify what is happening in front of us

      Males and females have DISTINCT (‘though diverse) biological characteristics.

      They are not difficult to recognize if you choose to do so.

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      • FWIW I thought the top one was an ugly chick and the bottom one is Loki (Marvel Avengers movies) in drag. Especially the right pic of Brand.

        TruthplusTruth isn’t attacking Branch but rather pointing out a theory based on observation.

        Certainly TruthplusTruth risks offending Brand if turns out Brand is actually a biological female.

        I kind if thought that was the point if the Treehouse. To observe, think, and take risks calling it as one sees it. Not attack and namecall them like an SJW. For those that are “offended” at this non-PC line of thought – hey it’s “Caturday” over on the general daily thread!


        • lol thanks ;O

          I find the groupthink type thought police attempts at censorship here (always with personal attacks and insult rather than discussion) by a certain group of posters, easily rivals that of any “liberal” blog i’ve visited…it’s a bit creepy and cultish –
          precisely like the mindlessness I’ve come to associate with current liberal thinking.

          ironic, because that was one reason I ended up here – to escape that nonsense…that and a shared LOVE for President Trump

          you know – the last refuge

          little did I realize that “conseratives” suffer from it equally

          I have strong opinions, and i post them HOPING for actual discussion, not internet arguing

          Liked by 1 person

          • You bet! 🙂 Progressives, conservatives, we all share the same fallen-from-grace humanity, blessed/cursed with a herd instinct.

            Progs cling to the herd no matter the truth.

            “Conservatives” is the group true critical thinkers fall into. Folks willing to seek the truth regardless if it’s painful.

            I think the Conservative Treehouse was setup as a refuge for this herd of patriots (of all nationalities) and free thinkers. Conflict and debate are healthy. Consensus of goal (MAGA) and morals (God and Country) is fine, but not consensus of thought by shutting down debate. Some here – the pro Session types come to mind – seem to forget that sometimes in their zeal and tell us to shutup we’re rocking the treehouse. Well, pretty sure that is what it was built for, it can take it.

            Liked by 2 people

            • unconqueredone (American Dreamer) says:

              Agree that the CTH can handle the “rocking”- your Sessions example is dead on, In such a situation you are criticizing action/ lack of action (etcetera) which is fair and necessary. I see personal appearance attacks as criticizing the creation and by default the Creator for His creation.

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          • unconqueredone (American Dreamer) says:

            Bashing someone’s appearance is a typical tactic of the left and the left’s “groupthink” forte, not an “actual discussion” with any value to SD posting. Your opinion is yours, but the tactics you are using to excuse posting whatever comes to mind are the tactics of the left which attack a person rather than their actions.

            Iff the discussion was about transgender issues of some sort, then your comments on her appearance might be in keeping with the discussion.

            I have never been accused of “groupthink” in any environment. I, too have strong opinions but I don’t expect to use that as a right to say whatever I want in any and every situation. IMO you can rock the treehouse all you want, as @Aesop Shrugged said, but attacks on a person’s appearance have no merit in this discussion.


      • MR52 says:

        This discussion on Brand’s look is BS. I could careless about her looks. TruthplusTruth must be just a troll for this discussion is way outside our need and scope to understand her role in the picture of things. TruthplusTruth seems to posses the typical classic projection of self.
        I recommend we remove the Brand discussion about her appearance for I think it takes away from our creditably on topics and POV of what really matters.


  12. Marygrace Powers says:

    Rachel Brand is a dead ringer for David Muir on ABC News.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. cheryl says:

    Pffft. She should be a Walmart greeter. Corrupt witch.


  14. I believe Franciso would be next in line now after Rosenstein to supervise the Mueller investigation

    here are some telling numbers to ponder:

    Rosenstein confirmed 94-6
    Francisco confirmed 50-47

    Liked by 7 people

  15. She wasn’t qualified to hold office in the first place.

    Think about how many people hold offices they are not qualified for and could not hold but for the existence of “affirmative action” or other programs… which by definition exist to place incompetent people into jobs they aren’t qualified for. That’s not compassionate; it’s being used as a weapon against use.

    Not sayin’, just sayin’…

    Liked by 1 person

  16. rbette1299 says:

    Rachel Brand served as Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Policy in the George W. Bush administration and was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board. Brand was part of the legal team representing George W. Bush during the 2000 United States presidential election recount in Florida,[8] and also served briefly as associate counsel in Bush’s transition team.[5] Beginning in 2003,[5] she served as an Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Policy in the George W. Bush administration where she helped shepherd the Supreme Court nominations of John Roberts and Samuel Alito.[8] Brand’s portfolio also included shaping the administration’s position on reauthorization of the Patriot Act,[9] in which capacity she testified before the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary on the benefits of using administrative subpoenas in terrorism investigations.[10]
    During her tenure at the Justice Department, Brand was tangentially involved in the controversy surrounding Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’s dismissal of several United States Attorneys. She was floated by DOJ leadership as a top candidate to replace Margaret Chiara, who was ousted as part of the purge.[11] Brand ultimately declined the position, however, and resigned from the DOJ in June 2007.[12] In 2012, Brand was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB).[14] She was confirmed on August 2, 2012 to a term ending January 29, 2017.[15]
    Brand dissented from several recommendations included in the PCLOB’s 2014 report on NSA’s bulk metadata collection program under section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act. She declined to join in the Board’s view that the program was illegal as a statutory matter and argued that, in policy terms, it struck a justifiable balance between privacy and national security and, as such, should not be discontinued.[16] The Board, for its part, had recommended the program’s termination.[17]

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  17. Helz says:

    More interesting than Brand leaving is who would replace Rosenstein if he fails to stay over the Mueller probe. Solicitor General — Noel John Francisco

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Lulu says:

    She looks a lot like John Kerry’s two daughters.


  19. Diane Weber says:

    What I keep wondering is, do these scumbags who leave before they are prosecuted (or after!) receive a government pension? Do they stay on the taxpayer payroll?


    • MR52 says:

      Right now I don’t see any wrong doing by her. Maybe in time, but it needs to be posted.
      Only connection I see so far is her connection to Mueller’s law firm.


  20. ozarkhitman says:

    Man whew !!!! John Kerry needs a haircut!


  21. socalbeliever#infinite says:

    This evil woman will now practice her witchcraft on a greater number of innocents. There is nowhere to turn from the guiles of the beast. Pray the LORD comes soon and the evil returns back on their heads, as with Haman. (Is someone altering your pieces: normally error free)


  22. Average joe says:

    I thought that Sundance was a great teacher at Treehouse University,now i think ,he is a bombadier on aB52 dropping MOAB’s of truth ,on the uniparty possitions.


  23. jmclever says:

    The question of succession for Rachel Brand seems to be clouded by people who are “acting” in their positions because they have not yet been confirmed. Which leads me to wonder how many of Our President’s leadership choices remain unconfirmed?


  24. Bendix says:

    Shame on Walmart for hiring this person.


  25. dayallaxeded says:

    What’s a nutty Brit doing in our DOJ? Has cleaned up nicely though.


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