Russia Special Counsel
On May 17, 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced that he has named a special counsel to investigate Russian attempts to influence the 2016 presidential election. He appointed former FBI director Robert Mueller III,who will now have unlimited resources and time to conduct a thorough review of the myriad of allegations.

What goes around, comes around.

5/25/19
from The Gray Area:
5/25/19:

The following comment was taken from a news report. Who said it?

"I see it as a very, very serious and outrageous move ..., trampling on the statutory authorities ... and the heads of ... agencies ...," And, it's unclear to me what ... [he] is actually going to do. Is he investigating a crime? Well, what's the predication of that crime? Or, is he just going to be looking for information... that ... can just give to his defenders ... and cherry-pick information that could be taken out of context?"

I ask because it could be easily a quote about President Trump, Robert Mueller, James Comey, Nancy Pelosi, Gerald Nadler, etc., about the other, regarding different investigations and those who are perpetrating those investigations.

So when you read this is a quote from John Brennan, former CIA Director, about Trump's request to Bill Barr to release classified information to the public, you just have to laugh.

The same was said by Republicans about John Brennan, and others above, when Brennan assisted in the Mueller Russia probe and night after night on TV slammed President Trump, made up, exaggerated, and "cherry-picked information that could be taken out of context" and "fed it to his [left wing audiences]" on MSNBC and CNN.

What goes around comes around.

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