Thursday, 11 October 2018 06:16
Written by Hal Turner
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is allegedly refusing to turn over to Congress memos and/or reports from former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe. Rosenstein is also allegedly refusing to show up to testify to Congress today, Thursday October 11, 2018, concerning the totally fraudulent "Russia Collusion" investigation of President Trump, wherein FISA Warrants were issued based on acts of omission/fraud upon the court, so as to electronically spy on the incoming President.
Rosenstein lives in the house pictured above. If he continues to fail or refuse to answer to Congress, which represents the American people, this house and its quiet neighborhood could suddenly become a very popular location for Americans to peaceably assemble to petition for redress of grievances.
The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) is one of many departments in the Executive Branch of our federal government. It was created by Congress under Statute law. Unlike Congress, it is not mentioned in the Constitution for the united States.
Everything about the DOJ exists because Congress passed laws and passed budgets to fund it. Like everything else Congress creates and funds, Congress has Oversight power to inquire about what is done, and to compel government departments to answer for what is done.
Government departments answer to Congress and members of Congress answer to the American people via the voting booth. That is how our Constitutional Republic works. Its been this way for over 240 years.
So, when Congress exercises its lawful Oversight authority to establish Tribunals inferior to the supreme court, (i.e congressional committees) so as to inquire into certain matters, DOJ and every other government agency MUST comply with those Tribunals. Period.
Rosenstein seems to think otherwise. He is wrong.
It is now common knowledge among the American public that certain employees within the DOJ and within the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and perhaps other agencies (like the Dept. of State) took aggressive - and likely illegal - actions around the time of the 2016 presidential election, to implement electronic surveillance of then-candidate for President, Donald Trump.
This was done by various methods including intentional fraud upon the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) and included the misuse of British and Australian Intelligence to conduct spying on Trump, then forward that intelligence to US entities, thereby circumventing the US Constitution's Fourth Amendment protection of citizens from unreasonable search.
Some of the persons involved in these endeavors were: former FBI Agent Peter Strzok, former FBI Counsel Lisa Page, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and now we also hear that former State Department official Samantha Powers and others were also allegedly involved.
Fortunately, like everything else involving government, these people left a paper trail, and it is that paper trail that Congress wants to see. Congress has every right to see it.
Rosenstein is preventing Congress from seeing.
Congress can ask the President to ORDER Rosenstein to release the documents, and/or to ORDER Rosenstein to appear before Congress. Of course, Congress has the power to Impeach Mr. Rosenstein.
All these peaceful, lawful, actions should be undertaken by Congress.
Yet while Congress has its lawful abilities, so too do the American people. One of those abilities is to peaceably assemble to petition for redress of Grievances. That right is protected under Amendment One to the Constitution as follows:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances
I hope this issue with Mr. Rosenstein is resolved by Congress and the President in short order. God knows that if you or I were directed by Congress to produce certain documents and to personally appear, there would be severe consequences for failing or refusing to do so. Those consequences should apply to Mr. Rosenstein as well thanks to equal protection of the law and so on.
I am willing to wait for Congress and the President to work this out. I am willing to wait until 5:00 PM next Wednesday, October 17, 2018.
If this is not worked out by then, I am inclined to tell the American people exactly WHERE the house pictured above is located in order to facilitate the peaceable assembly of Americans to petition for redress of grievances. While I have not yet DECIDED to reveal the information, I am inclined to do so because Title 18 United States Code §119 may proscribe such info being revealed about members of Congress, there is no law proscribing similar acts regarding employees of DOJ like Mr. Rosenstein.
The right of a media outlet like this to publish such information is protected by the same First Amendment, freedom of the Press. As a credentialed member of the Press, I invoke that right.
Every American citizen has a duty and legal responsibility to properly answer to the US Congress because Congress represents We the People. Mr. Rosenstein is no different simply because of the public job he presently holds. He must answer to Congress like the rest of us.
The clock is ticking.
In the event the location information discussed above is revealed, under NO CIRCUMSTANCES is it to be misused to do violence or to commit any illegal action.
UPDATE 8:19 PM EDT --
Congressman confirms Rosenstein failed to appear before Congress today!