Clinton Crony Rosenstein Gave Mueller The Go-Ahead To Investigate President Trump

Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein was behind the effort to grant Robert Mueller permission and supervision to target President Donald Trump.

CNN published the memo that Rosenstein sent to Mueller on August 2, 2016 telling Mueller to go after Paul Manafort in connection with the Russia conspiracy hoax.

Days later, Roger Stone came under scrutiny for allegedly coordinating with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

This point in the election was a period in which the establishment applied intense pressure on Republican nominee Trump to drop out of the race.

Big League Politics reported on Rosenstein’s Clinton connections:

Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein’s wife Lisa Barsoomian represented then-President Bill Clinton in a 1998-99 civil case in federal court.

Rod Rosenstein worked as a Whitewater prosecutor. In this role, he was in charge of the “FBI Travel Office” case, in which it was found that the Clinton White House illegally seized FBI files from White House travel office employees, including the Clintons’ travel director.

Rosenstein interrogated Hillary Clinton on January 14, 1998, and was seen as responsible for clearing her of potential charges in the case. By that time, Rosenstein had already been picked to work for the U.S. Attorney’s office in Maryland in the Clinton administration. When he applied to the Senate to become deputy attorney general, he falsely stated the dates he worked for Starr’s team, saying he ended his employment with Starr in 1997 (before his friendly 15-minute interrogation of Hillary Clinton).

Why did he falsify his resume to the Senate? More information is coming to light.

Rosenstein’s wife Lisa Barsoomian represented Bill Clinton in the civil case Hamburg v. Clinton filed by Wyoming candidate and political activist Al Hamburg.

That lawsuit was filed on June 11, 1998, just months after Rosenstein helped Hillary Clinton beat the rap in the Travel Office case. The case was terminated on January 25, 1999.

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