The House is finishing up the last preparations necessary to bring Rod Rosenstein up on contempt charges and impeachment. The DOJ has been withholding information from the House as they investigate the bogus Hillary Dossier and Russian collusion hoax.
Their frustration has been on display for quite a while and it has become obvious that Rosenstein has no intention of giving them the materials the US constitution declares they are entitled to.
House conservatives are preparing a new push to oust Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, according to three conservative Capitol Hill sources — putting the finishing touches on an impeachment filing even as Rosenstein announced the indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers for interfering in the 2016 election.
House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, in fact, had the impeachment document on the floor of the House at the very moment that Rosenstein spoke to reporters and TV cameras Friday.
Rosenstein announced 12 more indictments on Friday against people he and Mueller say are responsible for hacking the DNC and Tony Podesta. Megaupload founder, Kim DotCom claims he has proof that the Russians did not hack the emails but that Mueller refused to even look at the evidence. Mueller has a long history of ignoring exculpatory evidence against people he has targeted. He was caught and the US taxpayers had to pay 5 people or their families a total of 108 million dollars for his corruption.
Four were men he knew to be innocent that he got convicted for murder and an innocent man he targeted as the man behind the anthrax mailings, even though a tipster had given Mueller the name of the real guilty party.
Underscoring their merited frustration, Republicans briefly put the hearing on hold so they could approve a resolution on the House floor demanding that the Justice Department turn over thousands of documents within a seven day period.
The resolution that passed along party lines Thursday demanded that the department turn over by July 6 documents on FBI investigations into Clinton’s private email use and Trump campaign ties to Russia. Both investigations unfolded during the presidential election, causing the FBI — which prides itself on independence — to become entangled in presidential politics in ways that are continuing to shake out. Meadows, one of the resolution’s sponsors, did not deny Democratic assertions that the document requests were related to efforts to undercut Mueller’s probe.