Second Source Comes Forward Claiming Rosenstein Threatened Nunes and Others (Video)

Second Source Comes Forward Claiming Rosenstein Threatened Nunes and Others (Video)

Rosenstein Threatened House Intel Members 3 Weeks Ago before the secret FISA memo was released to the public.

Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett appeared on Sean Hannity on Friday night after the release of the House Intelligence FISA memo.

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

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

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

This comes after the approval of President Donald Trump.

** Read the entire un-redacted document here.

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.

Jarrett also named the crime Rosenstein may have committed.

“It is a crime for a government official to use his office to threaten anyone, including a member of Congress, for exercising a constitutionally protected right. See 18 USC 242 and other similar abuse of power statutes.”

Jarrett also said, “Again, if true, Rosenstein’s action was an illegal abuse of power and he should no longer serve as Deputy Attorney General. He allegedly used threats to try to stop the Intelligence Committee from exposing wrongful behavior in an attempt to cover it up.’

Source: Gateway Pundit


 

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