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Legal Analyst Gregg Jarret Explains FBI FISA Crimes and Says Rod Rosenstein Actually Threatened the House Intel Committee

According to testimony given by  Andrew McCabe, the ‘dirty dossier’ played a significant role in appointing Special Counsel Mueller to investigate the allegation of Trump colluding with Russia. On May 16, 2017, Robert Mueller was interviewed by President Trump as a possible choice for head of the FBI, but failed to get the appointment. The next day, Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller as Special Counsel to investigate Trump based on the dossier. When officials from the FBI and DOJ presented the dossier to the FISA court to get the wiretap warrant, they signed an affidavit affirming they believed the dossier was reliable. However, they knew it was funded by Democratic Party money and that the author of the dossier, Christopher Steele, hated Trump. Jarrett reports that, three weeks ago, Rod Rosenstein threatened House Intel Chairman Devin Nunes and other members of Congress, saying he was going to subpoena their texts and messages because he was tired of dealing with the Intel Committee. [The American government has been infiltrated by an elite group of high-ranking officials in the intelligence community (the Deep State) who think they are rightfully in charge, and that Congress should just shut up and do what it is told. The bright side is there is much more to be exposed and, if the elites don’t start a hot war or trigger a banking collapse to distract public attention, it is possible that this exposure of corruption and fraud just might lead to healthy changes in Washington, DC.] -GEG

 

FOX News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett went on with Sean Hannity on Friday night after the release of the House Intelligence FISA memo.

Jarrett said his sources told him Rod Rosenstein threatened the House Intelligence Committee members three weeks ago.

The House Intelligence Committee released their classified FISA memo on Friday morning.

The House voted on Monday along party lines to share the explosive memo with the American public.

This comes after the approval of President Donald Trump.

Gregg Jarrett: I can tell you a congressional source tells me that Rod Rosenstein in a meeting three weeks ago threatened Chairman Nunes and members of Congress he was going to subpoena their texts and messages because he was tired of dealing with the intel committee. That’s threats and intimidation.

Now this…

On Saturday morning Gregg Jarrett tweeted out that a second source now says Rod Rosenstein threatened Chairman Nunes and House Intelligence members if they did not stop their investigation.

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