Montgomery divulged to the FBI a ”pattern and practice of conducting illegal, unconstitutional surveillance against millions of Americans, including prominent Americans such as the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, other justices, 156 judges, prominent businessmen, and others such as Donald J. Trump, as well as Plaintiffs themselves,” Montgomery and Klayman alleged in their suit.
Maybe one lightbulb shining over at the DOJ? It might be possible to squeeze out Rosenstein who essentially now is running all that matters over there. He has huge conflict of interest issues. According to Zero Hedge, we have a GOPer next in line. It’s hard to find anything to be cheerful about with this whole thing, but let’s take a look at Rachel Brand. The fact that Fauxcahontas was on the warpath against her is a plus:
Before this morning, most people in the United States had never heard of Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand. But, an ABC story (which covered here) suggesting that Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein may have to recuse himself from overseeing Special Counsel Mueller’s Russia probe, and that Brand would be the next inline to step into that position, changed all that.
So what do we know about Rachel Brand? Well, we know 4 things with absolute certainty:
- She was appointed by the Trump administration and confirmed on May 18, 2017
- She is an active contributor to Republican campaigns
- Democrats hate her
- Therefore, by the transitive property, we also know with absolute certainty she is a Russian spy.
This is how ABC described Brand:
As for Brand, she previously led the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Policy, and she most recently served as a member of the government’s Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board. She graduated from Harvard Law School and clerked for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, according to the Justice Department.
Sessions recently said she “has proven herself to be a brilliant lawyer.”
“She is also a dedicated public servant who is strongly committed to upholding the rule of law and our Constitution,” he added.