Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against Trump has been going on for a year.
So far nothing of substance has come from it.
And to make matters worse for Mueller, one of his closest deep state allies is about to be impeached.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was appointed by President Trump last year.
Despite him being appointed by the President, Rosenstein quickly began siding with Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his Russia investigation against Trump.
He stated that he felt the Justice Department was operating with integrity.
But now Rosenstein is under fire for refusing to produce Russia and Clinton-related records to Congress.
Republican Congressman Mark Meadows even went so far to say that if he doesn’t turn over the documents he will be impeached, stating:
“I think that if he does not turn over the documents, that there are a growing number of us on Capitol Hill who believe that someone else needs to do the job. And what happens there is, constitutionally, we have some things that we can do.”
Meadows went on to state that if he is found in contempt of Congress that one of the things in their toolbox to take care of him is impeachment.
This comes after President Trump has been critical on the Department of Justice for refusing to turn over that information, asking “What does the Department of Justice and the FBI have to hide?”
As reported by The Daily Caller:
“Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein could soon be held in contempt of Congress or even impeached if he fails to produce Russia- and Clinton-related records to Congress, a top Republican lawmaker said Saturday.
“I think that if he does not turn over the documents, that there are a growing number of us on Capitol Hill who believe that someone else needs to do the job. And what happens there is, constitutionally, we have some things that we can do,” North Carolina GOP Rep. Mark Meadows said to Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro in a Saturday night interview.
Meadows was responding to the Justice Department and FBI’s failure to meet Thursday’s deadline to turn over 1.2 million documents related to surveillance warrants granted against President Donald Trump’s former campaign adviser, Carter Page, the Hillary Clinton e-mail probe, and the FBI’s internal report recommending the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
Virginia GOP Rep. and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte subpoenaed the documents on March 22. The agencies missed the April 5 deadline to produce the records, Meadows told Pirro.
Trump sounded off on the matter on Saturday.
“What does the Department of Justice and FBI have to hide?” He asked in a tweet.
“Slow walking — what is going on? BAD!” He continued.
In his interview, Meadows identified Trump appointee Rosenstein as the main roadblock in producing the records. Rosenstein is acting attorney general for the Russia investigation because of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recusal from the matter.”
The fact that Rosenstein is refusing to turn over vitally important information shows that the entire Russia investigation has little substance.
It could be coming to an end any day now and Rosenstein clearly chose the wrong side in this fight.
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