Former US Atty Joe diGenova blasts the horrible conduct and decision making of Rod Rosenstein, stating that once the Nunes memo is out and the IG report is in, a grand jury will
Lou Dobbs begins his interview with Attorney Victoria Toensing and her husband, former US Attorney, Joe diGenova, by playing a clip of Adam Schiff as he broke the news that their efforts to obstruct the release of information of Democrat corruption to the American people by Rep Nunes had failed.
Of course, the Bobble-Head didn’t admit the Democrats, himself included, were a bunch of self-serving parasites abusing the power entrusted to them by the American people. He’ll maintain his innocence and that of the criminal Obama-Clinton-Soros Mafia all the way to the gallows.
Dobbs points out Schiff’s in his claims that he valued accurate information and non-politicization of intelligence, with his March, 2017 reading of the unvetted and politically crafted false dossier into the Congressional record. It seems information needs to be non-political and accurate only when it is critical of the globalist Dems.
Toensing notes that Devin Nunes and his Intelligence Committee are following procedure and are correct to be requiring the Democrats to do likewise. She says of the Bobble-Head, “Adam Schiff, give me a break. He said the Benghazi investigation was the worst investigation and the worst abuse of power ever. Everything was so traumatic.” [[VIDEO BELOW]]
Dobbs asks diGenova about a bizarre statement from Paul Ryan that Rod Rosenstein was doing “‘just a bang-up job’ as Deputy Attorney General. I about fell out of my chair.”
DiGenova disagrees with Ryan, saying, “I think Rod Rosenstein made one of the worst mistakes in the history of Washington law. He appointed Bob Mueller, who never should have been appointed because he’s a close personal friend of James Comey and just about everybody else involved in this.”
“But Rod did something worse,” says diGenova. “He created a mandate for Mueller which had no limitations of time, money, subject matter. He didn’t even name a crime that was being investigated, which was a violation of the Department of Justice regulations.”
DiGenova says, “His memorandum and the appointment of a special counsel will go down in history as one of the worst decisions ever made by a Justice Department official. There never should have been a special counsel because there was no evidence of any crime.”
Toensing points to the witch hunt’s ridiculously broad scope, which allows Mueller to venture off on any potential tangent he might choose, that it covers “any link between the Russian government and anyone associated with the Trump campaign.” She notes that could be an anonymous corn farmer in Iowa who sold his product to Russia and was also a Trump supporter.
DiGenova reminds the viewers, “We must never lose sight of the fact that the senior level of the FBI and the senior level of the Justice Department during the Obama administration decided to do two things, exonerate Hillary Clinton from her email server scandal and then, if she didn’t get elected, to frame Donald Trump with a nonexistent crime. This is one of the worst things in the history of our country.”
Dobbs asks where this is going to lead. DiGenova replies, “Yes, there will be resolution, the memo from the House Intelligence Committee will be the start. Next will come the Inspector General’s report from the Department of Justice, which will be devastating, because it will show that Andrew McCabe made FBI agents fabricate evidence to exonerate Hillary Clinton.”
He continues, “And then there’s going to be a federal grand jury to investigate the Obama administration’s senior Justice Department officials and the senior members of the FBI. The grand jury will be coming shortly.”
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