Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson has undertaken a mission to know the saga of the FBI’s lost textual content messages and to get well them. Senior FBI administration appears to have joined the Resistance. If you’ll be able to’t combat City Hall, you most likely can’t even ask the FBI an uncomfortable query. Senator Johnson now seeks any textual content messages recovered by Inspector General Michael Horowitz and directs a contemporary set of inquiries to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (letter dated January 31, 2018, embedded under by way of Scribd).
The questions — see pages four-5 of the letter — are excellent. Senator Johnson units a deadline of February 14 for response. Senator Johnson, Godspeed.
Rosenstein, by the way, is the person at Justice who has but to promulgate a lawful constitution to function the predicate for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s “investigation.” Andrew McCarthy elaborated on Rostenstein’s supervisory failures, most lately, on this National Review column. What is going on right here?
For earlier installments on this sequence, which now exceeds Proust’s In Search of Lost Time in quantity, click on right here.
2018-01-31 RHJ to DAG Rosenstein (Strzok Page Texts) by Scott Johnson on Scribd