Smirking, Deep State Weasel, Rod Rosenstein Lies to and Dodges Questions from Congress

by James Buchanan

Most Americans don’t know that Congress has been trying to get information related to the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal and the extent of obstruction of justice committed by former FBI officials James Comey, Andrew McCabe and Pater Strzok in the Hillary investigation.

Several Congressmen were clearly exasperated after Rosenstein refused to hand over one item after another clearly showing his contempt for Congress.

While being questioned, Rosenstein repeatedly smirked, apparently not being able to hold back an arrogant little grin after he told an especially large whopper or threw out yet another false claim that he was doing everything he could to comply with Congress while the total opposite was the truth.

A Fox News article reports “In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity ripped Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein after a contentious hearing before the House Judiciary Committee.”

“Hannity said Rosenstein, formerly the U.S. Attorney for Maryland, came across as ‘short-tempered and extremely pompous’ in exchanges with Republicans Trey Gowdy of South Carolina and Jim Jordan of Ohio.”

“‘The very ill-tempered Rod Rosenstein, who apparently doesn’t like me… was grilled by [Jordan] over Rosenstein’s blatant effort to hide important information from House investigators,’ Hannity said.”

“Jordan asked Rosenstein point blank why he is allegedly ‘keeping information from Congress’ relating to the federal investigation of President Donald Trump.”

Anyone unfamiliar with the many deception tactics of the Jews such as feigning innocence, playing dumb, distraction, etc. should watch the videos of Rosenstein dodging questions from Congress.

We’re fortunate that Rosenstein is the individual, who approved the Mueller witch hunt of Trump and who is obstructing an investigation of wrong-doing by Comey, who cleared Hillary despite all the evidence. Rosenstein is the face of the Deep State as he turns justice on its head in this country.

Over ninety years ago, Adolf Hitler in his book “Mein Kampf” described how a typical Jew argues, and one can see those same tactics being used by Mr. Rosenstein today:

“The great masses could be saved, if only with the gravest sacrifice in time and patience.”

“But a Jew could never be parted from his opinions.”

“At that time I was still childish enough to try to make the madness of their doctrine clear to them; in my little circle I talked my tongue sore and my throat hoarse, thinking I would inevitably succeed in convincing them how ruinous their Marxist madness was; but what I accomplished was often the opposite. It seemed as though their increased understanding of the destructive effects of Social Democratic theories and their results only reinforced their determination.”

“The more I argued with them, the better I came to know their dialectic. First they counted on the stupidity of their adversary, and then, when there was no other way out, they themselves simply played stupid. If all this didn’t help, they pretended not to understand, or, if challenged, they changed the subject in a hurry, quoted platitudes which, if you accepted them, they immediately related to entirely different matters, and then, if again attacked, gave ground and pretended not to know exactly what you were talking about. Whenever you tried to attack one of these apostles, your hand closed on a jelly-like slime which divided up and poured through your fingers, but in the next moment collected again. But if you really struck one of these fellows so telling a blow that, observed by the audience, he couldn’t help but agree, and if you believed that this had taken you at least one step forward, your amazement was great the next day. The Jew had not the slightest recollection of the day before, he rattled off his same old nonsense as though nothing at all had happened, and, if indignantly challenged, affected amazement; he couldn’t remember a thing, except that he had proved the correctness of his assertions the previous day.”

“Sometimes I stood there thunderstruck.”

“I didn’t know what to be more amazed at: the agility of their tongues or their virtuosity at lying.”

(See Mein Kampf Chapter Two.)

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