House Resolution Gives Rosenstein 7 Days or face Impeachment

Patience has run out. After threatening impeachment for about a year now, the House has finally passed a resolution giving Rod Rosenstein just 7 days to hand over all the requested documents or face contempt charges and impeachment.

Rod Rosenstein Deep State denizen has been withholding the evidence that he and his compatriots are corrupt and finally leaders in the house realize that impeachment is the only answer. The Deep State is hoping to hold back incriminating evidence until after the November elections. It is becoming apparent that Barack Obama was spying on the Trump campaign since before the FBI even began an investigation of Trump’s campaign.

It is about time that the Republicans realized that their only course is to get Rosenstein out of his job as he is only obstructing justice where he is now. This absolutely needs to come out before the 2018 elections. I firmly believe if it does, it will blow apart the entire Mueller investigation.

Sara Carter reported:

The House Judiciary Committee approved for the first time a resolution Tuesday demanding that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein turn over all requested documents regarding the FBI’s handling of the Russia investigation during the presidential election after seven days or face possible impeachment or contempt.

The decision to move forward with the resolution came after a year of battles with the Justice Department and FBI to turn over requested documents. The committee voted on party lines 15-11 to pass the resolution directing Rosenstein to comply within the next seven days or face the consequences.

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who has been one of the lawmakers at the frontlines of the committee’s investigation, said the resolution is the result of the frustration felt among lawmakers conducting oversight. He noted that it will be up to House Republican leaders to decide whether or not to take it to the full House for a vote.

“If they don’t comply with the resolution they know the remedies the House has, contempt and impeachment,” said Jordan. “If we don’t get that information entitled to us, everybody knows that we’ll do what we have to do to get it done.”

Jordan and Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, R-N.C., were the authors of the resolution. Both members have criticized Rosenstein and the FBI for failing to deliver documents. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-CA, has also been fighting the Justice Department for documents and has threatened as well to hold Rosenstein in contempt or impeachment if they are not produced.