Skip to comments.New FOIA Docs Show Rosenstein Offered Reporters to be ĎAnonymousí Source Shortly Before He Appo
Posted on 09/20/2019 10:54:55 AM PDT by bitt
In June of 2017, then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein decried leaks and said Americans should exercise caution before accepting as true any stories attributed to anonymous officials
Americans should be skeptical about anonymous allegations,Rosenstein warned in a June 2017 statement. The Department of Justice has a long-established policy to neither confirm nor deny such allegations.
BuzzFeed obtained through FOIA a tranche of emails from the Justice Department showing Rosenstein offering to be one of the anonymous officials.
About two weeks before Rosenstein appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel, he emailed a reporter [named redacted by BuzzFeed] and told them he would be open to giving off the record background or reportable details.
If the latter, I should include OPA, Rosenstein said in an emai
rosenstein was really a triple agent
The Democommie press knew and said nothing.
In which direction did his loyalty go? The man reveres the Constitution. That much I have zero doubt about. But how he acted in his capacity at the DOJ, the story has not been told...yet.
Let me know when Barr declines to indict him.
I have seen no compelling evidence that this sneeringly disingenuous lawyer “reveres” the Constitution.
He had genuine conflicts of interest, and he ignored them. That is just for starters.
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