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Breaking: The Memo-Related DOJ Rats Are Beginning to Jump Ship to Avoid Prosecution

Sunday, February 11, 2018 8:45
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Breaking: The Memo-Related DOJ Rats Are Beginning to Jump Ship to Avoid Prosecution

Attorney General Sessions and Rachel Brand

Rachel Brand, the Associate Attorney General at the Department of Justice Department, is stepping down after nine months on the job, the NYT reports. Brand was hired in her position at the DJ in May 2017. After only nine months on the job, Brand was seen as Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s successor. has abruptly resigned and is leaving her role for a position as general counsel at Walmart.

This is an earth-shattering development that, as of this date, is getting absolutely no attention. However, this is potentially the break in the log jam which has prevented President Trump from prosecuting the people behind the phony and criminal Russian Dossier as well the illegally obtained FISA memos.

The Significance of the Following Cannot Be Overstated

We already know that Rosenstein is  overseeing Robert Mueller’s investigation of the Russian-Collusion-Delusion with regard to President Trump’s alleged participation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. President Trump has, from the beginning of the investigation, had referred to the investigation a “witch hunt” and has considered terminating Rosenstein. from his DOJ position. At the DOJ, Brand directly reported to Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions who had previously recused himself for mysterious reasons which have never been made clear. This is one of the reasons I have demanded the Sessions step down because he is an impediment to any investigation into DOJ personnel wrongdoing.

As the third ranking member of the DOJ, and someone who reported directly to Rosenstein and Sessions, Brand was responsible for gathering so-called “evidence” against Trump for his meddling with Russians in the 2016 election. Now, for the bombshell. Brand had been assisting in an extension of the National Security Agency’s warrantless surveillance program, this would be FISA, as in the exposed FISA surveillance program launched by Obama against the Trump campaign. This action was highly criminal and Bland has her hands dirty.

As contextual background, the memo’s contents and significance can be reviewed at the following:

  1. The implications.
  2. Clinton Foundation implications.
  3.  Hillary’s financial involvement with the Russians.
  4.  Mike Adams weighs in.

And there are literally thousands of accounts that implicate present and past FBI and DOJ officials in criminal wrongdoing with regard to the illegal FISA warrant connected to the Memos.

And now, Rachel Brand, as the number three person in the DOJ, jumps ship just nine months after being hired. Why did Bland resign now? This will all be made clear after reading the following paragraphs.

Can Rachel Bland Take the Fifth Amendment with Regard to the FISA Memo  at the DOJ?

Before all the DOJ rats jump off the ship because they know they are facing Congressional scrutiny and possible indictments over the release of the memos associated with the FISA memos, we need to consider how these potential criminals will attempt to escape justice.

The central question that needs to be asked is if federal employees can invoke the Fifth Amendment to avoid self-incrimination while under a federal investigation? To answer that question, is both yes and no. But we first need to revisit a couple of past Obama-related controversies regarding federal investigations into federal employees for alleged malfeasance of office and criminal wrongdoing before drawing the correct conclusions.

The first case involved the Internal Revenue Service’s former head, Lois Lerner who was accused of using her position with the IRS to target members associated with various  Tea Party groups with prejudicial IRS scrutiny allegedly performed because of the Tea Party members political activities which ran in opposition to the Obama administration.  Lois Lerner was subpoenaed to testify in front a congressional review and Lois Lerner refused to answer relevant questions related to the charge. Lois Lerner invoked her Fifth Amendment rights to remain silent before an abbreviated hearing of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

Did Lerner, back in 2013, as a federal employee, have a right to invoke her Fifth Amendment rights while under Congressional investigation? The answer, again, is both yes and no.  John Mahoney, who served as a partner in Tully Rinckey PLLC who stated, “…If a crime likely occurred and Ms. Lerner has any potential criminal exposure, then she has every right to exercise her Fifth Amendment rights to remain silent, unless she is granted what is called ‘use immunity’ from such prosecution by Justice based on her testimony.

In other words, if Lerner committed a crime, was an accessory to a crime, or engaged in obstruction of justice, she could be offered immunity for her testimony.  This testimony would no doubt be used to reel in a bigger fish (i.e. criminal) and this is the classic example of turning state’s evidence. In this case, Lerner would not have been allowed to invoke her right to avoid self-incrimination.

Representative Issa tried to compel Lerner’s testimony, possibly in exchange for a grant of immunity, but his efforts fell short. From all indications, Lerner was guilty as sin in the abuse of power that she was accused of. Lerner refused to cooperate. Congress had the goods on her, however, the DOJ was under the control of the hard line Democrats and then Attorney General, Loretta Lynch. The probability of a criminal conviction forcing a plea deal in this time frame, were slim and none and slim had already left town.  Therefore, Lerner was within her right to invoke the right against self-incrimination.

The Washington Post reported the following resolution to this case:

The House of Representatives voted Wednesday to hold a former Internal Revenue Service official in contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate with an ongoing investigation into the agency’s special targeting of groups with “tea party” or “patriot” in their names that were seeking tax-exempt status.

On a 231 to  187 vote, the House approved a contempt citation against Lois G. Lerner, whose admission last year that the tax-enforcement agency had targeted conservative groups infuriated lawmakers in both parties, led to an overhaul of the IRS and Lerner’s eventual retirement from government service.

A very similar case, involving former Attorney General Eric Holder over the Fast and Furious allegations that Holder directed the sales of American arms to Mexican drug cartels in an effort to impugn the Second Amendment. These transactions resulted in Holder being given a Contempt of Congress citation, just like Lerner.  Unfortunately, no criminal charges were ever filed in either case because of the reasons listed above. But had either case happened under a Republican controlled Congress and with an Attorney General worth his/her salt, both parties would have gone to prison.

Connecting the Dots

There are a number of items that jump off the pages which are highly volatile to say the least. The continued criminal enterprise known as the Obama administration is on full display in this article and I did not even bring up Benghazi would have been the third leg in this investigation.

It is abundantly clear, that President Trump’s anticipated second Special Prosecutor is going to be launching a criminal probe into the DOJ. At the hub of this investigation would be Sessions, Rosenstein and Bland, the three top dogs in the DOJ. We now can safely assume that the reason that Sessions recused himself is because he feared this impending investigation would come and this would give him plausible deniability to any wrongdoing, or more to the point, his participation in any obstruction of justice charges.

Rosenstein is the central link to Special Prosecutor, Robert Mueller, in the now-proven phony Russian-Collusion-Delusion investigation. All the evidence from the “memo” had to flow through Rosenstein to get to Mueller. One could reasonably assume that Rosenstein is guilty of obstruction. If he even suspected the fabricated evidence against Trump was not true, he had a fiduciary duty to report this to Sessions. Sessions, because he recused himself from this case, would have referred this to his supervisor, the President of the United States. Sessions successfully insulated himself from prosecution because he had the sense to see where this was potentially headed when he recused himself. Rosenstein is holding the bag and is in very big trouble. As as aside message to Attorney General Jeff Sessions who called and screamed at former Clinton operative, Larry Nichols, and falsely accused him of leaking sensitive information about himself to me, I answer that is not true. Mr. Nichols did not provide me with any relevant information in this case. However, Mr. Sessions, there were those who did speak to me off the record and pointed me in key directions which yielded information in this case. Larry Nichols was not one of these sources. Regardless, Mr. Attorney General, your days are numbered as the AG, as all of these facts are going to be exposed.

With regard to Rachel Brand, she reported between the FISA part of the DOJ and Rosenstein and his phony Russian investigation. When one is preparing to prosecute, one starts with the lowest hanging fruit (i.e. Brand). Refer to the Lerner and the Holder cases. Unless they are under criminal investigation for which they make a deal, they can plead the Fifth Amendment to conceal any wrongdoing on their part. Bland, in a clear case of killing the messenger, is vulnerable because she obviously was the conduit of information between the phony FISA warrant and Rosenstein.  Therefore, if Brand resigns before the launching of a criminal investigation as a result of the impending hiring of the second prosecutor, she has far greater leeway in protecting her rights to avoiding self-incrimination. By the way, Brand is going to work for Walmart. Some will make this connection, for others let’s just stick to the script at hand.

One person who spoke to me from the FBI said that Sessions  void his self-recusal and prosecute Rosenstein on behalf of President Trump and come out smelling like a rose. He would no doubt start with Brand. And Brand will not be the last to go. Her underlings are obviously looking for cover as well.

To those who wanted to know why Sessions mysteriously recused himself from this case, you now know. This is only the opening salvo as there is much more to come.

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  • Hayduke

    We haven’t prosecuted anyone in the last 20 years except for people who never should be prosecuted. Like Snowden for example. Oh, and I guess Seth Rich got prosecuted. :shock:

    • 2QIK4U

      I see what happens to those charged like Bradley Manning who was a Soldier turned transvestite while in the brig and now thinks its going to be the next Hitlery Clinton and going to “attempt” to run for president… Think id rather be captured and killed by Nth Kor instead.

    • The Troubles

      :idea: Agreed. Cutting through all the Bull*hit, it comes down to three somewhat separate issues, however connected through the Grand Scheme of things, NOT to be considered as in any type of order. :eek:
      Here they are:

      :arrow: 1. Jeff Sessions- Incompetent and or fully Corrupted and Compromised Untied States Attorney General.

      :arrow: 2. FBI is badly broken, beyond repair. Has ZERO integrity, can not be trusted as a L.E. Agency. :shock:

      :arrow: 3. Media. Obvious they are THE PROBLEM. Bought and paid for propaganda machines, doing the bidding of the NWO, still alive and kicking. These are ANYTHING but, NEWS Companies. The enemy of the American People, they are as a matter of FACT: CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS and FOX. CNN sells lies, MSNBC sells children and FOX sells SEX, all being utilized as mechanized weapons against the American Populace. :mad:

      Everything else……is a DISTRACTION. :lol:

  • Daryl 010

    Mr Sessions has failed to keep his oath of office to defend the Constitution and its Bill of Rights by identifying his service and allegence to the deep state traitors and wealthy Corporate elites as his goal.

    Instead of prosecuting obvious corruption in the deep state, Mr Sessions wants to prosecute the States and the Constitutional rights of the people to vote for rights not granted by the Corporate Federal government. These are human health rights freedoms which Mr Sessions would like to remove by Corporate slave labor prisons for political victimless crimes! This is totally UNACCEPTABLE!!

    AG Jeff Sessions should be fired immediately. The DOJ must be cleaned up completely in accordance with equal justice for ALL, and the Bill of Rights.

  • raburgeson

    That is not going to help them.

  • Pink Slime

    Self incrimination does NOT meant they did NOT break the law. It simply means the onus of work to find out is on YOU. People like Lois Lerner and the Negro have committed crimes worthy of imprisonment and even hangings.

    But Democraps (a party made up of Negroes and women) won’t incriminate their own. It’s up to Patriots to see this through and they are rare as hen’s teeth up there. :twisted:

  • DangerWillRoberson

    no, this is yet another example that this government will never self-correct! no, we need new government based on law not feeling of a young girl who was corrected for pissing outside of the trailer! my plan is great!

    keeping with the constitution, ban all agencies and departments! keep courts, President, Representatives, all online open to the world!

    an army navy, period! anything outside these functions are not government jobs? they are state or private business jobs! government cant do anything right history shows us this? the budget is still climbing under trump, the us dollar is faiat or fake and the world is changing daily! this nation is doomed do to its satanic behaviors and satanic people in the food medical and farming arenas crafting wats to kill off the population using these new technologies

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