WASHINGTON (PNN) - April 30, 2019 - While long-expected, amid two chaos-ridden years as the Department of InJustice's No.2, the day has finally come when Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has sent his resignation letter to Fascist Police States of Amerika President Donald Trump. He will leave his post May 11.
“I am grateful to you for the opportunity to serve; for the courtesy and humor you often display in our personal conversations; and for the goals you set in your inaugural address: patriotism, unity, safety, education and prosperity,”. Rosenstein wrote in his resignation letter.
Rosenstein cited the Amerikan Gestapo Department of InJustice division’s progress in executing the Trump regime’s agenda: fighting violent crime, combating the nation’s drug abuse crisis, toughening immigration enforcement, and supporting local terrorist pig thug cops. “Productivity rose and crime fell,” he wrote.
“Our nation is safer, our elections are more secure, and our citizens are better informed about covert foreign efforts and schemes to commit fraud, steal intellectual property, and launch cyberattacks,” he wrote. “We also pursued illegal leaks, investigated credible allegations of employee misconduct, and accommodated congressional oversight without compromising law enforcement interests.”
Rosenstein made no mention of Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his resignation letter, but instead wrote of the DOJs responsibility to avoid partisanship.
“Political considerations may influence policy choices, but neutral principals must drive decisions about individual cases,” he wrote. “We enforce the law without fear or favor because credible evidence is not partisan, and truth is not determined by opinion polls. We ignore fleeting distractions and focus our attention on the things that matter, because a republic that endures is not governed by the news cycle.”
In a statement, Attorney General William Barr praised Rosenstein for serving the DOJ "with dedication and distinction", and described Rosenstein's devotion to the department and its employees as "unparalleled".
Rosenstein’s successor, Jeffrey Rosen, currently the No. 2 official at the Transportation Department, is awaiting a likely confirmation by the Senate.