How to Identify a Good Guy

All here have seen Rod Rosentein. I’m sure all have an opinion about him. Here is how I have decided he is not one of the good guys. If he were, he would resign. Does that need to be explained?

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  1. 10 Cents:
    I could use a few more dots to connect. I am not used to you can tell a good guy by how they resign.

    OK, here are some dots. An administration appointee, supportive of the POTUS,  who is the target of all this would offer to leave. Such a person intent on protecting himself and others would not.

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  2. He told the White House he’s going to resign due to imminent firing anyway.  This is a dodge designed to help protect his wallet, because now they’ll have to pursue him on a civil basis, much more difficult than having in-house IG’s and such go after him.  He’s a weasel of the highest order.

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  3. And now as of this morning – is he resigning? or being fired?? I kept hearing all morning he is ‘en route to the White House’ – how long does it take a big mahoff in DC  to get to the WH? And the Prez isn’t even there today.

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  4. Pencilvania:
    And now as of this morning – is he resigning? or being fired?? I kept hearing all morning he is ‘en route to the White House’ – how long does it take a big mahoff in DC  to get to the WH? And the Prez isn’t even there today.

    Apparently he told John Kelly he’s going to, date not specified.  Bad news I’ve stated already, good news is that Mueller loses his primary cover, so he must be about done with.

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