Deputy AG Rosenstein and FBI Director Wray Testify to House Judiciary Committee….

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray testify before the House Judiciary Committee on issues relating to oversight of FBI and DOJ. Ongoing testimony continues:

UPDATE: Majority of Hearing Video Added

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286 Responses to Deputy AG Rosenstein and FBI Director Wray Testify to House Judiciary Committee….

  1. jett96 says:

    If you recall the testimony of James Comey during the Obama presidency, he often took the stance of ‘I don’t know’ under the guise that the FBI is a vast organization and the head of the FBI cannot know every instance of investigations, proceedings, actions, status of congressional questions. He would assure us that the FBI folks where doing their due deligence, proceeding with professionalism and getting to the root of congressional questions. Yet he never had actionable answers on the key questions. If you watched Rosenstein today, he was following the same ‘I don’t know model’, DOJ professionals are working on these things as we speak and are doing everything within the law/rules to provide you the desired information, yet “I, Rod Rosenstein” cannot answer your questions as to any of the key components, some other faceless, nameless DOJ inspector is on this effort. Trust me everything is accorgind to the rule of law. By the book.
    At minimum, leaders of big organizations should know the answers to key questions. Even if the questions are small on the grand scheme, if they are ‘key’ he should be prepared to answer. He is not and does not want to be. Its a joke, as I state at minimum he is incompetent and should be removed. As I said the same about Comey. He was/is incompetent and at minimum that should have had him removed.

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    • mimbler says:

      He knew what he was going to be questioned about today, and would have reviewed all applicable documents.
      He’s just lying when he does the “I don’t know” routine.

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    • gnadfly says:

      The larger problem is that if he does know and is not answer truthfully there doesn’t seem a gd thing Congress or the American people can do about it. In fact, the media and the Dims will cheer that s/he lied to Congress. It’s become a defensible and no-consequence action.

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      • They did not remove strzok for 3 weeks and in that time Strzok got the transition emails without warrant and the Manafort Raid was executed along with the RR expansion of scope.

        Why was Strzok not fired immediately? Why was he allowed to be part of anything after notification?

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    • I would like to read the book that his purported rule of law if referenced in. Seems to be a different rule of law book than the one we’re familiar with🤔

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  2. Honest Abbey says:

    OMG!
    When Wray just said “I do not believe Mueller is on a witch hunt” why didn’t Mr. Raskin then ask “Do you believe in WITNESS?”

    This is all SEMANTICS!

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  3. JX says:

    Jayapal blah blah blah blah border children blah blah cruel blah cages blah blah

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    • Nigella says:

      ?

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      • JX says:

        That’s what she’s talking about. Now asking Rosenstein about.

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        • Nigella says:

          Oh for pity sakes… desperation time

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          • BigMamaTEA says:

            Yep. Been following it, posting updates on the Open thread. The Hearing just adjourned.

            Oh, and Jayapal was saying “muh caged-children!”

            If this committee had competent Leadership behind the gavel….Goodlatte would’ve shut her down. The list, just like an other public meeting Agenda, stating exactly what the Hearing is in regard to. Strong committee Leadership that wasn’t a RINO could’ve thrown her off her scripted questions……and made her use her time to talk about the listed agenda topic……”“Oversight of FBI and DOJ Actions Surrounding the 2016 Election.”

            Goodlatte is not running for re-election. That’s another confirmed RINO who’s been there too long, that bites the dust.

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            • BigMamaTEA says:

              For just a second there…..I thought Jayapal was gonna whip-out and breast feed ole’ Rosie to demonstrate breast-feeding mothers with there infants ripped from their arms!

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            • Another RINO is waiting in the wings. There will be no improvement.

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              • Carrie2 says:

                Apple Valley Club, it is up to us to elect/hire real representation in either House, so the fault is ours and the necessity of Draining the Congress Swamp is OUR JOB! People keep saying Trump, and Sessions should do this and that. Well, I personally think they both are doing whatever to bring the liars/criminals/traitors to the end step and then WHAM! We are the Republic so start thinking like you are part of America and not seeing a movie show.

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            • JX says:

              It was disappointing that they weren’t graveled down.

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  4. Uncle Max says:

    I got the impression from Wray, that he still hasn’t read the whole IG report. And Rosenstein’s response to recusal was unconvincing. He can’t even ACKNOWLEDGE the APPEARANCE of a conflict undermines the public trust and usually the appearance of a conflict if more than enough…. because maintaining trust and faith in the justice system is priority one. Should be anyway… Do they honestly not get it, that more than half the country has a real suspicion that the Justice Department and the FBI are corrupt? ??? Seriously?

    I can say this. There is no way I could be seated on a jury involving Justice or the FBI. I don’t care what they say about field agents. I do not trust them any more. They have repeatedly been exposed, as agencies, to cover their own, cover up or minimize their gross errors and always seem to be a day late in terrorism or violence. Why yes, I would be ok with dismantling the FBI as we know it.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Let me re-phrase that for ya Uncle Max…….”Do they honestly not get it….that We the People know what is going on; that the FBI & DOJ ARE corrupt, and committed CRIMES to steer the outcome of a Presidential Election and we want them ALL prosecuted and in prison.

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      • Cheri Lawrence says:

        They absolutely cannot grasp a post truth world. It is a foreign concept to them they have operated with us in the dark for far too long. Next to our Lion-Hearted POTUS with full transparancy they look like the swampy freaks and zombies they have become in our country’s collective worst nightmare, creatures from the black lagoon!!

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      Wray: My read of it is there is not bias during the investigation.
      He has never mentioned the distinction between the finding of OIG during Hillary investigation finding and then the movement to Trump investigation, where Horowitz could not be confident there was no bias.
      Horowitz is the hero of the double negative.

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    • Bill Hollinger says:

      Clearly there is no way we will get the truth from these people. Meanwhile, the inquisition against President Trump and anyone associated with him continues unabated.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Uncle Max, I fully agree. Why so many attorneys and other employees in the many thousands? Why the FBI members not thoroughly investigated and checked on from time to time? Apparently, all other past presidents liked what they doing criminally or were to weak to do anything even those it was a president’s power to do something. So, yes, remove the whole FBI and CIA and start fresh and keep it lean and mean. Pompeo made a lot of changes in the CIA so I think putting him in charge of a new FBI and CIA is warranted and the sooner the better.

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  5. blind no longer says:

    OMG, here we go with the poor children at the border…just change the subject when you are losing the argument!!

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  6. Brix says:

    That they’d even raise the border children non-issue issue says it all…. Absolutely the FBI is dissembling, corrupt and lame…. Losing? Change the subject….

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    • JX says:

      Dem Representatives brought it up, not DOJ/FBI.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        I’ve watched the entire thing live, and little mouse-face Rosie smiles when Demonrats ask questions, and gets defensive with Republirats.

        And Wray, does not appear to a care in the world in regard to any thing previous of him taking Leadership of the FBI, and he’s running it by the book. (even with fefe’s training for EVERYONE)

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        • singingsoul says:

          I think the DOJ and FBI “doing things by the book” seems their excuse for incompetence. Maybe incompetence is folded into “by the book.”
          What about respecting the Constitution and recognizing that Congress has oversight now tat would get respect for Rosenstein and Wray from me. These two are typical government bureaucrat weasels who were put on top of the heap regardless of their incompetency.
          Today their incompetency was laid bare.
          I love how Rosensteim is so proud bend the assistant AG but then does not want any responsibility.
          I have news Rosenstein you are the weasel shoring responsibility and it is you who got us Mueller trying to oust POTUS. He is a most unsympathetic person I have seen in a long time..

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  7. yy4u says:

    The Bureaucracy no longer is accountable to us (the people) OR to our elected officials (the Congress) hence Wray and Rosenstein can blow Congress off. What can Congress do? What can we do? Sadly, the answer is “nothing” and they know it.

    I don’t know if Wray and Rosenstein or white or black hats, but it’s obvious that they believe they can either cover this up or clean it up from within without airing the FBI’s and DOJs dirty laundry before the unwashed masses (that’s us) whom they hold in contempt.

    They do not fear Congress. Why would they? What has Congress done the last thirty years but bloviate? How many of us watched Trey Gowdy’s kabuki dance over Benghazi? How many of us watched Paul Ryan talk about fiscal responsibility only to turn out to be the biggest crocodile in the swamp?

    I doubt there will be firings. Resignations with juicy pensions, yes, in return for keeping lips sealed. Think Lois Lerner. She COULD tell who told her to target the Tea Partiers. But so long as the gov. checks come in, she’ll keep mum. That’s the way it works.

    The wild card in this is President Trump. Right now he has a lot on his plate — the midterms, North Korea, Iran, tariffs, Border, a UniParty Congress — but if he gets a spare minute, he just might go off half-cocked and declassify stuff they don’t want declassified. So they might throw Congress a few bones like Dumb-strzok or Page or McCabe. But that’s as high as it’ll go. No Comey, no Lynch, No Clinton, no Obama. They’re too powerful to be messed with.

    The higher ups in the Bureaucracy have labored too long to build their empire, to create the illusion that the USA is a nation of laws. They don’t want the unwashed masses (us) to know just how corrupt our government has become. They don’t want us to know we can vote til our hearts content but it won’t matter because THEY are in charge. They don’t want us to realize there are laws for the little guys (us) but not the big fellas (them).

    Wray and Rosenstein believe they can clean up the mess from the inside, at least enough to create another illusion. That it’s fixed. But it won’t be fixed until every person in DC who works for FBI, and/or DOJ is fired and replaced by someone who has never lived nor worked in DC.

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    • LCSmom says:

      We already know. It’s too late to hide it or paper over it.

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    • Dutchman says:

      yy4u;
      Thanks to judicial watch foias, we KNOW “who told Lois Lerner to target tea party groups”; McCain staffer Kerner.

      So, it wasn’t an Obummer admin ‘plot’, it was a UNIPARTY plot; “The enemy of my enemy is my friend”.

      The Tea Party was a direct, intrinsic threat to Rinos, thru thteat to ‘primary’ them, i.e. Cantor.

      But, they were also a threat to ‘Dems’, cause said Dems had corrupted Rinos, to do their,bidding; seldom has there been a clearer example of Uniparty co-operation, CO-OPT being the key.

      We need to STOP thinking in terms of Dem and Repub, they are ALL ‘the,enemy’, with FEW exceptions, and until proven otherwise.

      So, OF COARSE Congressional hearings went no where. OF COARSE there is no concequence for lying to Congress, contempt of Congress, stonewalling Congress.

      Its what the Uniparty WANTS. They even benefit from these hesrings, that expose wrongdoing, and result in -0- consequences; it promotes the ennui we see on this sites posters, and with public at large;

      “Nothing will come of this, nothing ‘ever’ has, its just a show, no one will face consequences, etc.”

      The globalist owned Uniparty IS the swamp, and we will need to rip them out, root and branch.

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    • farrier105 says:

      If they can slough off Imran Awan and his family’s hijinks, there is NOTHING they can’t sweep under the rug, even if the pile gets as high as the moon.

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    • Boots says:

      What can Congress do? What can we do? Sadly, the answer is “nothing” and they know it.
      —————–
      Congress can hold them in contempt, then have the Sgt at Arms physically arrest them, and physically put them in jail for, if I recall correctly, up to one year or until they provide the requested documents.

      But that takes guts and a majority of Congress to vote them in contempt. Only very few in Congress have guts.

      And if it ever got bad enough, “The People” of the declaration of independence, and “The People” of the constitution can impanel grand juries and, if I recall correctly, arrest those indicted.

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  9. John Doe says:

    And now they all shake hands and congratulate each other on another stellar performance. These people (ALL of them) make me vomit.

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  10. lizzyp says:

    Apologies if this is a duplicate, but I think it may have been binned for some reason because I can’t find it anywhere:

    What I don’t understand right now is why RR and CW are saying it takes so long to search for and identify all the documents, then review them in order to provide them to Congress. Weren’t the vast majority of these documents already part of the IG’s investigation? How about they start with that 1.4 million items. I think that would make Congress much happier and display some actual intent to comply with oversight.

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      Husband was fuming over this part (doc production taking so long). We’ve had 5 cases, over a million docs, which had to be ‘produced’ for gov’t entities. It was husband, plus two employees. Usually took about 3-4 weeks. To be fair, however, we had no concern for another ongoing investigation.
      In any event, it should not take a year.
      The very idea Wray had 100 FBI employees working on providing docs to Congress is, by itself, criminal WASTE of taxpayer dollars.

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    • mimbler says:

      IG “said” they had 1.4 million documents, but when asked to produce them only came up with a few thousand, last I’ve seen.

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    • Cause they are possibly part of an ongoing investigation/Grand Jury.
      Hence every single document needs to be checked if it is related to an investigation.
      They can’t just hand over 1.4 million items but need to go through each single doc.

      If there was something in them and then subsequently leaked by congress that endangers the Grand Jury the whole case could be thrown out.

      Now,… could they make up investigations giving a faux reason to withhold docs? Possible but it seems it would make matters only worse for the people involved and why would someone like Wray put himself into that position not having a direct stake in the 2017 shenanigans?

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      • Kcarp says:

        They supposedly went through 600k of Hillary’s emails in a matter of days. I thought they were more efficient at document review.

        They are full of **** is what they are.

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  11. jengancworld says:

    White Hats? Black Hats? Anyone know ?

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    • NoJuan Importante says:

      Reply Hazy. Ask again later.

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    • Dutchman says:

      My opinion, ONE white hat, DJT.
      ALL others merely shades of grey, to deepest black.
      I DONT care what letter, (R or D) they have next to their name, I care not a whit how much of a “true conservative”, or “Reagan Conservative” they are.

      No offence, but I dont CARE that they are a ‘Veteran’, and I LOVE Vets!

      Kerry, McStain, Graham, hell even Manning and Bregdahl are/were ‘Vets’.

      100%, unequivocal, vocal with no hedging support for DJT and Maga earns you a lightest grey hat, and is subject to change at the FIRST sign of wavering.

      This is WAR, and there is NO place for consorting with the enemy.

      IMHO,…of coarse.

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    • jello333 says:

      As crazy as it sounds, I’m still not 100% sure about Rosenstein. Every time I start thinking it’s obvious he’s a black hat, something starts poking at the back of my brain that I can’t quite describe…

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  12. Kay123 says:

    How can we have JUSTICE when the people
    investigating the case were hired to “deceive,
    manipulate, and destroy ” by the master deceiver
    himself….. The Big Zero… Obummhole.
    They are all crooks by design.

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  13. bosscook says:

    All I know is that I want Jim Jordan to join Space Force and aim some high beam lasers at the FBI building.

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  14. hatterasgal says:

    Did anyone else notice how many times RR referred to US attorney John Lausch when pressed for answers as to delay of requests for documents?

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      hey rod, you snivelling weasel. did you actually say and /or imply that even though you signed the fisa, you are not culpable because your underlings had ‘done the work’?

      once again, president t–that is a fireable offense…if you are looking for reasons to fire RR, theres a growing number…

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      • Dutchman says:

        This gets to my theory, that when they deny documents because it will reveal ‘sources and methods’, they ARE telling the truth.

        Under Muellers leadership of FBI, and Holders leadership of DOJ, what we are seeing with politicising and weaponising, AND routinely using FISA warrants on false info, BECAME SOP.

        They DON’T want this exposed, as it goes far beyond ‘simply’ the survellence of DJT campaign.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        zimbalistjunior, he was the “chief” and didn’t keep on top of things? Really? He knew what was going on and trying hard as he could to “hide”, redact, or difficult to find dox. I have worked where we would get sometimes hundreds of boxes of documents and with a trial coming up soon we got through within a few short weeks. The stalling here is pure garbage. On the other hand, why have any committees in Congress to spend our money and waste time to come up with ZERO and they cannot prosecute either. Best let real attorneys do the work and off to a Grand Jury, and then a walk to the gallows. Efficiency is needed. I do appreciate Jordon and a couple others in the interrogation, but Trey no matter what he said lost contact with reality and what we thought was a good man when ranted, raved, questioned, and then NOTHING!

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  16. woohoowee says:

    This whole process is the American version of Chinese water torture? Yes?

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  17. daughnworks247 says:

    Been a long time since I wanted to reach into the television and strangle a RAT.
    Woohoowee is right. Chinese water torture.
    We just want the damn answers.
    So discouraging.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I used to half joke, back when I actually EATCHED msm, that I installed a plexiglass in front of my tv, so i wouldnt break it, throwing things at the screen.

      When you get angry, just ask yourself;
      When you heard DJT talk about “draining the swamp”, did you think it was gonna be EASY? Did you think these swamp creatures, who have gamed the system, for personal wealth, prestige and to keep their dirty laundry ‘secret’ were just gonna ‘roll over’?

      Oh, trillions are at stake, we’ve been behaving like kids let loose in the candy store, for YEARS, gorging ourselves at Americas expense,…but now that DJT has been elected, we’re just gonna throw in the towel, willingly provide the evidence of our perfidy and crimes, and don our orange jumpsuits, place the cuffs on our wrists and ankles, and line up for our perp walk?

      Draining the swamp is dirty, nasty, smelly, DANGEROUS UNPLEASENT work; it takes TIME, PATIENCE and VIGILENCE.

      The swamp creatures will not leave willingly, they will fight and claw, every step of the way.

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      • daughnworks247 says:

        Dutchman you are so right, shake it off and let’s keep pressing.
        We can usually find at least one gold nugget in a pile of elephant dung.
        Here – We have confirmed there are several investigations going on, not sure if they are internal, you can’t go to the company picnic FBI investigations, but the words ‘grand jury’ were mentioned by Rosenstein.
        More patience = ugh.
        2. It looks like RR is trying to blame the FBI agents sworn affidavit for his excuse on FISA.
        3. Wray does not instill confidence. There’s something about his body language that is squirrely. He offered excuses, “I wasn’t there at the time”, “We taking new actions so agents understand they CAN’T LEAK to the media (as if he needed to clarify), and “We’ve turned those investigations over to our ‘independent’ arm – no.
        4. It’s difficult to watch RR. Yet, he said his impression of the FISA he signed was vastly different than what is being reported in the public.
        Hmmmm.
        5. With Leiu, Sheila Jackson Lee, Hank Brown, Steve Cohen, and others, no wonder it was easy for Obama to take over and subert our agencies.

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  18. magatrump says:

    Rosenstein and Wray IMHO are both massive black hats. They are going out of there way to put up roadblocks and protect both the FBI and DOJ from any accountability.
    Its up to POTUS. He needs to declassify everything in order to get justice.

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  19. rashomon says:

    WE are paying for this. As are our children, and grandchildren and great-grandchildren, etc. Enough. Pull the plug.

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    • Kaco says:

      And they are above oversight, even of the President. It took two or three attempts to get him to answer if POTUS would write an order for them to declassify and send to the committees, who I believe have security clearance to read these things to begin with! But Rosey said he’s have to clear it with CIA, et.al. and get that to President to review first.

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    • Dutchman says:

      “Pulling the plug”, in order to drain the swamp, means eliminating the $source, that finances the Uniparty.
      Once you drain the water, the swamp creatures will leave.
      The SCOTUS decision on Unions, and the trade deals DJT is doing, are draining the water.

      THEN, he can deal with these quislings.
      They are, after all, small fry in the overall scheme of things.

      There will ALWAYS be people who can be bought, or coerced, as long as there are billions at stake.
      First things first.

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  20. burnett044 says:

    Much can be learned from this video…….

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    • OpenMind says:

      My two biggest takeaways on the day thus far:
      1. RR seems to think that “addressing” concerns such as the Contreras redaction is sufficient management of the DOJ. Hogwash! Congress should not have to pull teeth and rely upon groups like Judicial Watch to uncover concealment, with RR then conceding that said concealment was “improper” and, having made such a concession, has been “addressed.” I sure wish Jordan had asked how RR “addressed” that concern.
      2. Twice on the day, when asked when he learned about Ohr’s contacts with Fusion, RR slipped in a response that the IG is looking into that. DOUBLE HOGWASH. Why, Rod, should the IG have to look into your answer to that question.

      I don’t care for Wray’s adherence to procedure, but at least I understand his dance. RR, on the other hand, seems completely incapable of leadership. He doesn’t take responsibility for the performance of his people and even dodges questions he ought to answer.

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      • singingsoul says:

        Rosenstein is an arogant (…)
        If he is representative of the employees of the DOJ I can see why shady things happen.
        He is so proud to be the Assistant AG but claims not responsibility so all he is, is a figure head an empty suit..? I hope the whole DOJ and FBI get shut down and restructured under different leadership.
        Rosenstein works for us what does he think pays his salaries…?

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  21. zimbalistjunior says:

    hey look its another shooting…

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  22. Sandra-VA says:

    I don’t think Rosenstein wrote the Mueller scope document of August 2nd. I think Mueller wrote it…

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  23. Dixie says:

    These two guys are enormously ignorant about these investigations. “I have no idea”; “I was not here then”; “I was not aware of that”; “I don’t know”; I’m not sure.

    How many times did Rosenstein announce he was the Assistant Attorney General with 115,000 employees……? Rosenstein seems to be incompetent at handling that large number of employees.

    Rosenstein is pompous and arrogant.

    They are suffering some of their own tactics in that they are being asked about things they’ve said on the record and they are contradicting their own comments.

    They intimated a number of times they could not answer any questions about things that might be under consideration by a Grand Jury or under investigation.

    Congress is still full of it.

    Glad I had the opportunity to watch this committee hearing and fast forward through all the democrats.

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  24. Koot Katmando says:

    I watched several of the exchanges. I came away with one major impression. Rosy and Wray have zero respect for congress. They appeared to think they are the professionals and how dare an elected representative of the people question their integrity or motives.

    What we have hear is a toothless corrupt congress and a powerful corrupt DOJ and FBI. The DOJ and FBI need to be taken down a notch or two. I hope PDT can do it.

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    • Nightstand says:

      Koot you are right on. I wish republicans would stand thier ground and fight like Rosenstein does. He has brass and no fear. Republicans are you watching and learning. The man Rosenstein just told congress to go to hell. That takes brass. I admire him for it I just wish or hope he had a white hat.

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  25. Curt says:

    I do have to say, that when Mr. Gowdy is on, he is F*cking on. He ripped Rosenstein to shreds in my opinion. I didn’t know what to make of DJT when he announced he was running for President. I didn’t like some of the things he said, or the way he said them. My vote for him was as much for him, as it was against that B*itch Clinton. But since then, I have been very impressed with the way the Donald goes after the issues.

    Does this guy every sleep? How can anyone in his age bracket do what he does? I don’t know anything else, except MAGA!! We’ve got your back President Trump!

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  26. John Taty says:

    we need some more jim jordans in the house, he did a supper job, if we would have 8 9 ppl like jim acted today at the hearing, i believe RR would have resigned by now, he cant take heat, as you can see in the exchange with jorden,

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    • Nightstand says:

      I think he handled Jordan pretty well. Jordan ask him a question and Rosenstein said basically screw you. The man has brass. He might be a black hat but he has brass and no fear.

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  27. Aunt Clara says:

    I found Steve King’s questioning intriguing: if the President chooses to declassify everything, would you, Rod Rosenstein, follow that order? Is there information that you have that will never be allowed to be known by Congress? Never ever? I’m pretty sure it was Steve King but I could be wrong so please feel free to correct me if necessary.

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