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Does Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Have A "Deep State" Past?

Rod Rosenstein has been at the center of the "Russia Collusion" special counsel investigation dogging the Trump presidency since his November, 2016 election and the suspected "Deep State" coup to remove Trump from office. What was Rod Rosenstein doing prior to his prominent role in these political storms? Was he spearheading the targeting of income tax whistle-blowers including IRS criminal investigators like Joe Banister so that the American people could not receive and evaluate what Banister wanted them to know? Do we have a government of, by and for the people or of, by and for the federal income tax enforcement apparatus?

Does Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Have A "Deep State" Past?

According to page 2 of his 2017 Deputy Attorney General nomination questionnaire, Rosenstein was the Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Tax Division, United States Department of Justice ("USDOJ"), from 2001 through 2005.

It Is Inconceivable That Rosenstein As Head Of The Tax Division Would Not Have Personally Authorized Prosecuting Banister To Silence And Discredit Him

2001 through 2005 is the same time period Former IRS Special Agent Joe Banister was criminally investigated by the IRS and prosecuted by the USDOJ Tax Division, meaning that Rod Rosenstein headed the agency responsible for prosecuting Banister on bogus criminal charges in order to discredit and silence him. Interestingly, Rosenstein claimed in his nomination statement to be highly mindful of his oath of office to support and defend the U.S. Constitution. Banister has also pointed to his reverence to his oath of office. Both men claim they are loyal to their oath. Which man do you think has been loyal to his oath? Why would Rosenstein approve a bogus prosecution of Banister, especially when Rosenstein's own subordinate confirmed Banister's sincerity in wanting to approach the USDOJ Tax Division for answers to his questions?