Rod Rosenstein

Rod Rosenstein’s Secret Plan to Dump Trump Revealed

As we continues to delve deeper into the depravity of the #RussiaGate investigation, it has become fairly obvious that objective judgement will be impossible.

The FBI is at the center of this debate after a number of damning text messages were revealed to have been sent between adulterous agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page during a torrid affair that the two were having.  These texts showed an incredible amount of bias against the President of the United States, and an overt willingness to “stop him” from taking the oath of office.

After these two were booted from the Robert Mueller-led team, there was hope that perhaps the ship would right itself.

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That is not the case, apparently.

A new report claims Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offered to secretly tape President Donald Trump inside the Oval Office and wanted to “recruit” top administration officials to oust the president with a vote among Cabinet leaders.

The New York Times writes that Rosenstein shared these plans with “other Justice Department and FBI officials,” all of whom relayed their accounts to the paper anonymously.

During a series of July 2017 meetings with fellow Justice Department and FBI officials, Rosenstein reportedly made the explosive suggestion of recording the president, and while the plot never materialized, he reportedly told then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe that he believed it was possible to convince Attorney General Jeff Sessions and then-Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly to later invoke the 25th Amendment.

This will certainly add fuel to the argument that the President may need to intervene in the Department of Justice’s oversight of the investigation, as former Trump acquaintances continue to find themselves being brought up on a plethora of charges that have nothing to do with alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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