The Rosenstein Resignation Rumor Hit DC at a 9.0 on the Richter Scale!

When the resignation rumor regarding Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein hit the streets today, you could feel the ground shake from the Left’s reaction. Some reports said that Rod Rosenstein was on his way to the Whiy=te House to be fired. Other reports said that he would resign rather than be fired. The media put a watch on the White House that a mouse could not squeeze through unnoticed. Guess what? President Donald Trump was not home. He was in another State. The President and Mr. Rosenstein have a meeting scheduled for Thursday. In the meantime look at how the Democrats and media reacted. Read on.

As Written and Reported By Brendan Kirby for Lifezette:

New York congressman calls deputy attorney general’s dismissal a slow-motion Saturday Night Massacre.’

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Even a rumor that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was on his way out Monday was enough to touch off a meltdown among President Donald Trump’s harshest critics.

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And then the facts caught up with the critics, at least for a little while.

A group called “Nobody’s Above the Law” immediately began organizing rallies across the country to show solidarity for Rosenstein (pictured above). His dismissal allegedly represented a “constitutional crisis” because he is the Department of Justice (DOJ) official overseeing independent counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into 2016 election meddling, the group tweeted.

In no time, Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) compared Rosenstein’s alleged departure to President Richard Nixon’s 1973 firing of Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus when they refused to dismiss Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox.

“This is, I think, just another step in the unfolding, slow-motion Saturday Night Massacre,” Nadler told CNN, a reference to those actions decades ago.

Nadler said Rosenstein’s departure represents a grave danger to the nation — even if it does not result in Mueller’s…….


Rosenstein Resignation Rumor Sets Off Media, Dem Meltdown

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