Mark Meadows Stomps His Foot Down After Rosenstein Requests ‘Special Treatment’

Mark Meadows rips Rod Rosenstein. Photo credit to US4Trump compilation with screen shots.Mark Meadows rips Rod Rosenstein. Photo credit to US4Trump compilation with screen shots.

Mark Meadows (R-NC) Chairman of the Freedom Caucus is burning to tell America what Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is REALLY all about.

And disrespect for Congressional oversight is only ONE for Rosenstein’s transgressions. (MORE BELOW.)

Meadows recommended Rosenstein RESIGN!

In a series of tweets, Rep Meadows laid out the cold hard facts about Rosenstein and his dance to avoid Congressional oversight.

First, Rep Meadows reminded us, “Rod Rosenstein gave an interview to Wall Street Journal [Wednesday], after failing to show up in Congress last week to answer questions.”

Then the Congressman said, “by hiding from Congress and making time for media interviews, Mr. Rosenstein has made his priorities clear. It seems transparency isn’t one of them.”

Then, Mark hit Rod hard. He said, “Based on additional information we’ve learned over the last week, it is clear Rod Rosenstein should resign immediately.” (MORE BELOW.)

Mark Meadows is SHOCKED by Rosenstein’s desire for Special Treatment.

Wait…what? Rosenstein has been UNTRUTHFUL? Perhaps, the Baker testimony revealed a few lies. Specifically, Meadows told WHY Rod should resign, “He has not cooperated with Congress, failed to be transparent about his actions, and shown a lack of candor in the way he’s characterized a number of events.” 

In the third tweet, Meadows showed NO SIGNS of letting up on Rosenstein. The pressure is ON. He said, “Rod Rosenstein declines to show up before Congress and then asks for special treatment.”

Then the North Carolina congressman adds, “He wants his interview to be private, in a SCIF, with multiple members excluded. There should be NO double standard. Show up and tell the truth under the same conditions as everyone else.” (MORE BELOW.)

See tweets below: 

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