Rod Rosenstein Steps-Up To Assist Mueller Attack Trump Over Roger Stone Commutation…

One of the biggest mistakes many people have made in their evaluation of Rod Rosenstein is separating him from the Special Counsel investigation run by Robert Mueller’s team of resistance lawyers. The reality is Rosenstein was always a willing active participant and co-dependent enabler.  [Thread Here]

Support for this foundational understanding comes forward yesterday as the former Deputy Attorney General showcases his support for an op-ed presumably written by Robert Mueller.

[Op-Ed Here]

[*Authorship is tenuous at best, and more likely written by Weissmann or Zelby (Lawfare) on behalf of Mueller] But for now, focus on Rosenstein.

Notice how Rosenstein positions his current advocacy as part of the Mueller team. This is critical; and unfortunately everyone keeps missing it. Rosenstein did the same thing in his Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

When you stand back it becomes clear, Rosenstein viewed his role with the special counsel as participatory. He was Deputy AG not only as DAG, but also there as a functionary – to facilitate the needs of the special counsel investigation.

This outlook, specifically Rosenstein’s internal definition of his role and responsibility, is why the special counsel was able to essentially take over Main Justice during the two year investigation. Rosenstein took NO ACTION that was not approved by his teammates.

This becomes key.


This becomes key because Rosenstein was an enabler for the plots and ploys being executed by Mueller’s assembled team. That’s how the Lawfare resistance group was able to set up shop and essentially run amok.

As Attorney General Jeff Sessions was firewalled; and Rod Rosenstein was a willing co-dependent enabler. The special counsel team was running main justice. Repeat this as many times as needed to absorb.

The special counsel team was running the DOJ.

When congress was getting stonewalled, blocked, and impeded from inquiry it was the special counsel doing the blocking. It was also the special counsel that did every release. Every strategic release!

The resistance team convinced Rosenstein that part of his role to help them was to block any inquiry into material they did not want released. If they defined it as adverse to their interests they controlled it. Rosenstein allowed this. Rosenstein facilitated this approach.

That approach included Rosenstein telling President Trump that he could not declassify any material that touched on anything to do with the Mueller team investigation. [Example Sept. 2018]

By aligning with the team of usurpers, Rosenstein blocked declassification of documents and helped the special counsel control the media narrative. It would be obtuse and intellectually dishonest to think Rosenstein was hoodwinked. He’s not stupid.

Rod Rosenstein knew what was going on behind the Mueller team’s closed doors, even if he was not physically in the room.

Additionally, another critical element to understand; that helps reconcile many challenging issues; was that every release from the DOJ during the Special Counsel tenure was only possible with the special counsel directing and approving the release.  Again, it’s worthy of repeating because this is a cornerstone understanding that is completely misunderstood.  This is another paradigm shift.

Nothing was ever released from the DOJ without a purposeful intent by the special counsel to allow its release. This includes the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages, and the information about Bruce Ohr which was released only a few days after the text messages.

This resistance group control also includes the redactions to all documents. The special counsel controlled all this stuff.  [Listen to AG Jeff Sessions in the video above]

Immediately after Brandon Van Grack pressured Flynn into signing the plea agreement (November 30, 2017), literally the next day, December 1st and 2nd, the Page/Strzok text messages were released. The special counsel was gaming this out. Controlling everything. Rosenstein was the facilitator.

The special counsel did all the redactions; the special counsel removed texts from releases; it was the special counsel who were selectively releasing and selectively hiding information for two years. Rosenstein was the facilitator.

It was the special counsel who decided to release the FISA application under the guise of a FOIA request. Again, a purposeful release. [Go look at it – release date Saturday July 21, 2018] Everything was being managed from inside the DOJ operation center controlled by special counsel lawyers. Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein was their shield.

Additionally from the Mueller Op-Ed, notice how the cornerstone of Mueller’s position is that Russia hacked the DNC emails and gave them to Wikileaks. Again, in this article published Saturday -critical of Stone’s commutation- the issue of importance is the Russia-Wikileaks angle.

This Russia hacking narrative had been the fulcrum position of the special counsel all along. That’s why this specific issue must be defended *AT ALL COSTS*, even through today.  Take away the “Russia hacked the DNC emails” narrative and suddenly the entire premise of the special counsel collapses on itself.

THAT is why the day after the special counsel provided the original report to newly confirmed AG Bill Barr, the very next day they grabbed Julian Assange and threw a bag over him.

Rohrabacher interviewed Julian Assange in August of 2017.  The Eastern District of Virginia (Dana Boente) initiate an investigation of Assange after Rohrabacher’s public statements about the meeting.   By December of 2017 a grand jury was seated, and a ‘true bill’ was the outcome.  The indictment was sealed on March 6, 2018.

The indictment remained sealed for over a year; until after the resistance group completed their investigation; which would have continued except AG Bill Barr now had oversight.

On April 10, 2019, the special counsel gave Bill Barr their original report (containing grand jury information).  On April 11, 2019, the U.K. authorities moved-in and arrested Assange.


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662 Responses to Rod Rosenstein Steps-Up To Assist Mueller Attack Trump Over Roger Stone Commutation…

  1. Chris N says:

    AG BARR and Trump strongly disagreed on commuting Roger Stones sentence , whats that tell you ?
    It means AG BARR still thinks the Mueller investigation was legit and that his lifelong friend Mueller is A OK.

    Mueller is as corrupt as they come .

    “It Turns Out Anti-Trump ‘Black Ledger’ Was ‘Completely Made Up,’ and Mueller Knew”

    “FBI admitted they had nothing on Trump but appointed Mueller anyway”

    “Robert Mueller’s Sordid History Of Illicitly Targeting Innocent People”

    “Former Reagan Prosecutor: Mueller Tactics Illegal And Unconstitutional”

    “Former Federal Prosecutor: Trump Should Pardon All Mueller’s Victims”

    “Government’s Chief Witness In Roger Stone Case Lied, Filmmaker’s Account Was Ignored By Prosecutors”


  2. republicanvet91 says:

    “I spoke briefly with Gen. Kelly.”

    Says it all about the swamp.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. max says:

    Lindsey Grahm has been compromised for years. His defense mechanism is “tough talk”!
    He and Adam Schiff are senoir memebbers of the Gay Mafia, in my opinion.

    The same peolpe that create NAZI’s!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. stillwater66 says:

    I am very concerned about AG Bill Barr. Several strong, prominent Patriots have put a lot of faith in Bill Barr, saying he will bring justice to this mess. Today, I am not so sure. Several comments he has made over the last few months has shaken that once unshakable confidence in Bill Barr to bring to justice, ALL participants in the attempted coup of a duly elected sitting President. If Barr, and Durham fail to bring real justice to all involved, what then? Civil War? Mass execution of politicians, judges, lawyers, their staff? Burning Washington, DC to the ground and starting over? You see what could happen, and why so much is riding on Barr/Durham doing the right thing and keeping the Nation from falling into anarchy. I believe it is time to plan for the worse, and hope for the best.


    • Show me says:

      It’s too late for justice. The Justice Dept. had it’s chance and the plan is to “punt”, meaning they will not get too the touchdown, or actual indictments.
      Rather than expect anything from Justice in the way of indictments, it is time for transparency.
      Time for Trump to bypass all the silliness coming out of the FBI and Justice Dept. and just declassify all the information about the coup attempt, the treachery in Justice and FBI, the flim flam artists in the congress.
      The whole intent of all that is to destroy Trump’s Presidency and ruin his chances for re-election.
      It’s time to declassify everything.
      Exactly the same approach as releasing the transcript of the Ukraine telephone call leading to Trump’s impeachment.
      No doubt, the Democrat led House is on an impeachment run, that they will keep impeaching the President over nonsense issues.
      Better to just release all the information possible for the President to release, total transparency.
      That’s been the problem with the whole Mueller investigation, the FBI and DOJ treachery, no transparency.
      He should also pardon everyone caught up in the coup attempt by the DOJ and FBI, because they really weren’t about criminal activity but getting Trump.
      If it ends up resulting in him losing the election, it’s possible, but I think the other way.
      I think it would lead to his re-election.
      If he doesn’t release or declassify everything now, probably there will be someone in the DOJ saying he can’t declassify anything.
      It’s Trump’s show. No one can tell him what he can and can’t do as far as declassifying.


    • John W Dendy says:

      Yes. Civil was is a real possibility. I took an oath years ago as a new Marine to defend this country against ALL enemies, foreign and domestic. I will still honor that oath. Dems and other libs, beware.


  5. Trump knows what went on and if he does nothing prior to November he risks that nothing ever happens and as a result Trump would not deserve my vote and will not get. Either Trump puts up here before the election or he loses my vote and the votes of mny others that would vote for him if he were to deliver. This issue is the biggest. Trump knows it. Either Trump delivers or Trump is a one term President relegated forever to the back of the bus to sit with the likes of Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush.


    • RandyLee says:

      and who would you vote for??? biden or whatever idiot they choose to take his place?? yeah…you’re a real genius, no doubt about it. or better yet, just stay home and don’t vote!! which is just another vote for the democrats. you talk big but you have no backup. Trump isn’t perfect but compared to the losers in the democrat party, he is perfect.

      so stop with the posturing and threats. no one gives a crap what you think anyway. if you have any common sense at all, you vote for Trump. if you’re just a big leftist crybaby pretending to be a Trump supporter (my choice for you), go somewhere else and spread your drivel.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Issy says:

      Bosley: A Trump supporter who will help usher a Biden/Socialist/ Marxist government into power because Trump doesn’t do something he thinks he should? I don’t think so.

      Liked by 1 person

    • fillemup01 says:

      You don’t speak for me.


    • John W Dendy says:

      So you will support Biden?


    • Ad rem says:

      Alas, you failed to deliver……


  6. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Crooked federal judge on Monday ordered the government to explain the “scope” of President Trump’s commutation of Roger Stone, including whether the move only involved the sentence of incarceration, or also the period of supervised release. U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered the government to provide the court by Tuesday, July 14, “a copy of the Executive Order commuting the defendant’s sentence and to address the question of the scope of the commutation, in particular, whether it involves the sentence of incarceration alone or also the period of supervised release.”

    Hey lady, he’s NOT going to jail for 40 months so GET OVER IT. And for the record he’s also NOT getting 2 year’s probation and not paying a stupid $20,000 fine. Dang, these democrat termites never give up!

    Liked by 2 people

    • ATheoK says:

      It’s time for U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson and the Roger Stone prosecutors to be arrested and prosecuted. Berman Jackson for her willingness to allow blatant corruption, poisoned fruit of the vine attributions plus BJ’s blatant trickery in denying Roger Stone witnesses, evidence and court motions.

      Berman Jackson deserves a couple of years in solitary as the trial progresses. Just to give her an understanding of the evil she perpetuated.

      Government should ignore Berman Jackson’s demand.
      Entire sentence handed down by Berman Jackson is commuted, enough said.
      Berman Jackson’s lawfare co-conspirators’ legal sophistry only get airtime if fools give them airtime.

      Roger Stone gets to appeal without the despotic Berman Jackson’s malicious obstruction. Even if appellate relief is not available at the corrupt DC Court level, it will be available at higher levels where the Constitution and legal precedence hold sway..

      Berman Jackson should start getting used to ugly orange jumpsuits and minimal makeup, not to forget open prison view public toilets.

      Liked by 1 person

    • dawndoe says:

      President Trump should IGNORE this unconstitutional request.


  7. ImpeachEmAll says:

    Just say’n… 😉


  8. fillemup01 says:

    To think that the “hacking” of the DNC server was the cornerstone of the entire Russian Collusion Hoax and the FIB never even examined the server. This level of incompetence is staggering. Or maybe they (SC) couldn’t take the risk of there being an honest agent on the forensics team. Even though they knew Seth Rich was the source and not a Russian “hacking”, the optics of this omission is hugely damning for the SC. Instead they hid behind the claim that the DNC wouldn’t let them examine the server when the SC held all the (subpoena) power.
    What the SC did for over 2 long years was purely sedition and I personally would like to see every one of the 17 angry DemocRATs hang for their crimes.

    Liked by 1 person

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