In his interview before the Senate Judiciary committee, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein certainly gave Congressman Trey Gowdy, (R-SC) no reason to be comfortable with his testimony.
From the beginning since Mueller was named special counsel is has been a never-ending cacophony of “Musical Chairs,” with no one assured of finding a seat when the horrible music stops.
He told the audience that Bruce G. Ohr held two titles at DOJ and Associate Deputy Attorney General.
To make things even more interesting, his wife, Nellie Ohr was employed by Fusion II at the same time Hillary was running her game, “Pay to Play,” for contributions to the Clinton family Criminal Foundation.
Additionally, House investigators have determined that Ohr met shortly after the election with Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that hired Steele to compile the dossier with funds supplied by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. (Source)
Christopher Steele is a double agent and British Spy.
Christopher Steels is said to have insisted his dossier is ’70-90% accurate’
Who is Christopher Steele?
Former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, 52, has been identified in US media reports as the author of the “dirty dossier” that claims Russia collated a file of compromising information on Donald Trump – which has not been verified.
Steele, an ex-MI6 agent, is said to have specialized in Russia and counterintelligence.
Described as having a “good reputation” within the intelligence community, the former MI6 spy was stationed in Moscow in the early 1990s to provide covert surveillance of the crumbling Soviet government.
December 13, 2017
Meet the Prosecutor at the Center of the Controversy Over Comey’s Firing (Source)
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Wednesday that he has seen no good cause to fire Robert Mueller from his role as special counsel in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Perhaps he should take of the blinders and quit being a political hack like Muller and the attorneys he has hired to torpedo President Trump.
Rosenstein faced tough questions from Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday amid revelations that FBI officials on Mueller’s team had exhibited political bias. President Trump’s allies have seized on the reports to discredit the investigation.
Rosenstein on Wednesday defended the special counsel, telling ranking member Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) that he has seen no good cause to fire Mueller.
The deputy attorney general, who is overseeing the Russia probe after Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself, told lawmakers that Mueller had taken the appropriate action by firing an FBI agent on the investigation over anti-Trump text messages he had sent to a colleague during the campaign.
“Have you seen good cause to fire special counsel Mueller?” Nadler asked Rosenstein.
“No,” Rosenstein replied.
Later, when asked what he would do if he were directed to fire Mueller, Rosenstein replied, “I would follow the regulation.
If there were good cause, I would act. If there were no good cause, I would not.”
The deputy attorney general then repeated that he had not seen good cause to fire Mueller.
Later, Rosenstein spoke highly of Mueller when asked to explain the characteristics that qualified him to be appointed special counsel.
“Based upon his reputation, his service, his patriotism, and his experience with the department and the FBI, I believe he was an ideal choice for this task,” Rosenstein said in response to Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.)