Rosenstein Is Ready to Be Fired, Virtue Signals With MLK Jr Quote


Rod Rosenstein has privately told friends he is prepared to be fired by President Trump. Obviously, it’s not that private because he’s letting his friends tell the world. NBC News says he “has struck a stoic and righteous tone in private conversations he has had” about his fate.

The media is basically setting the tone for his dismissal and the attack on the President that will be launched on Rosenstein’s behalf.

Taking MLK Jr.’s Name in Vain

Like all posers, especially white posers, he panders with an MLK Jr. quote. To his friends, he has repeated the phrase, “Here I stand,” a reference to Martin Luther’s famous quote, “Here I stand, I can do no other.”

He’s one more sanctimonious buffoon.

NBC News writes: “Coincidentally, former FBI Director James Comey, whom Rosenstein fired, repeated the same phrase to President George W. Bush in a conversation that has been widely reported and that Comey describes in his forthcoming book.”

“Coincidentally?” Is that what NBC wants us all to believe?

History will prove him right says Rosenstein, according to the leaking friends who spoke with the media.

CNN has an exclusive about Rosenstein having consulted the ethics attorneys about recusing himself from the Russia probe since he was part of the entire mess. Of course, the attorneys told him he did not have to recuse himself. That bit of news is more CYA news on behalf of Rosenstein.

We all know he should have recused himself.

Rosenstein signed one of the warrants to allow spying on the Trump campaign. He has been involved in all the major scandals. Interestingly, he is the one who recommended firing James Comey, but where is he when the price is to be paid?



  1. What a laugh, these “ethics attorneys” told RR he could stay on the case. I read this nowhere else. Maybe those “ethics attorneys” told Sessions to betray Trump too. Recusal is a decision RR had to make, he had the background to make it, and the reasons are obvious. RR is at ground zero in several of these matters. He is a co-conspirator in the illegal spying on the campaign.

  2. The coincidences certainly breeds suspicions. Rosenstein becomes Deputy AG, Comey leaks to the press, and then a Special Counsel is appointed. The audacious Comey will even admit doing this for that purpose and not ONE Republican was outraged. Instead they have sanctioned Comey’s action. It’s a bit disingenuous for those to now speak against Comey, especially like Gowdy’s reference to politicization by Comey.

    No doubt there is considerable covering up in the DOJ / FBI when documents aren’t released UNTIL subpoenas with threats of “impeachment” are on the table. That alone is a sign of guilt in something. Since Rosenstein signed off on one of the FISA Warrants he should not be allowed to supervise ANY Investigation because he IS complicit in wrongdoing. I wouldn’t trust a single person in that entire Department.

  3. What if, Comey’s disgust for Trump began a conspiracy between him and Rosenstein to see he was fired instead of merely resigning and then use that for a predicate to investigate Trump. There’s no getting around how diabolical these people can be. This entire Cohen affair is indicative of that.

  4. The DOJ Office of Inspector General Michael Horowitz, has released the investigative report of Asst. FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe that led to his firing. From what I have read in it McCabe changed his story several times regarding leaks to the WSJ, he and Comey have different accounts of how the leaks got out, it also appears Lisa Page is singing like a canary, and I bet its not just McCabe she sang about, maybe Rosenstein knows whats coming??

  5. Perhaps that mighty defender of all that’s right and good, Jeff Sessions will emerge from his slumber and save the day?
    Personally, I’ll give him until the midterms to hatch his grand plan to ensnare all the evil doers. Otherwise I’ll stay with my view that he’s just another swamp creature that fooled his defenders.

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