Former Trump campaign adviser was calling on President Trump to ready the pink slip for AG Jeff Sessions during ‘the mother of all rallies’, over the weekend. He added that “Sessions needs to go back to Alabama.” but that’s not all…
“He should fire Rod Rosenstein for his conflicts and for his refusal to turn over to a co-equal branch of government information that they are entitled to under the law and the constitution…he should fire Mr. Mueller. Some say that if he does this he will be impeached. Ladies and gentleman if he does NOT do this he will be impeached.” — Roger Stone, American political consultant, lobbyist and strategist
Stone’s remarks come after President Trump blamed Sessions and Rosenstein for not taking control of the Mueller probe, According to Oann.
Stone, who also called for the resignation of special counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, didn’t see a problem.
“Any reasonable person can see that Jeff Sessions has been neutered and is entirely ineffective as attorney general,” he told Newsweek. “Polls I have seen in his home state of Alabama demonstrate that he is among the most hated public figures tested.” A July Morning Consult/Politico poll found that only 3 percent of respondents indicated that they had a “very favorable” opinion of Sessions.
Even Dems are losing interest in Mueller’s ever-changing investigation. In fact, the approval for the investigation led be Special Counsel Robert Mueller into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign. In June, our Fox News poll found that 55 percent of voters generally approved of the way Mueller was conducting the probe.
In our new poll, that number dropped 7 points to 48 percent. So what gives?
The announcement today of multiple indictments against Russian intelligence operatives gives us a little insight on that subject. What Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced was stunning in its scope and alarming in its detail of how ferociously committed Vladimir Putin’s government was to subverting our electoral process. What it wasn’t, however, was about Donald Trump.