BREAKING: DAMNING Leak Reveals DEVIOUS Plot From ROSENSTEIN To Take Out Trump AFTER Winning

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has been a wolf in the hen house since he was first appointed, and new documents show part of a devious plot to take the President out.

The infamous FISA warrant that appears to have been illegally obtained by the Obama administration had to be signed off by somebody, and ever since we heard about it, we’ve wondered who. Well, according to a major new leak about the document, it was Rosenstein himself.

You read that right.

The same man who is supposed to serve the President was actually a part of the dubious plan to make sure he never made it into office, Reuters report:

 U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein approved to extend surveillance of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page shortly after assuming office last spring, the New York Times reported, citing people familiar with a secret Republican memo.

The extension shows the Department of Justice, under President Donald Trump, saw reason to believe that Page was acting as a Russian agent, the paper reported on Sunday.

The memo paints the investigation into Russia’s alleged meddling in the U.S. presidential election as tainted from the start, the paper said.

The Times report did not reveal the evidence Rosenstein relied on to authorize extension of the surveillance.

And therein lies the problem. Thus far, nobody has been able to reveal the evidence used to obtain trhe warrant, so we’re not entirely sure why it is it was ever issued in the first place. However, with Rosenstein now at the center of the scandal, his appointment of Mueller as special counsel seems even more suspect than it was before.

He, and every other cretin involved within this ordeal, need to go…now.

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