‘The New Acting Attorney General Jeff Rosen Recently Wrote an Essay on Foreign Influence in US Elections – This Tells Us A Little About His Knowledge of What’s Going On Today’ – AND THE TIMING OF BARR’S “RESIGNATION” – By Adina Kutnicki

‘The New Acting Attorney General Jeff Rosen Recently Wrote an Essay on Foreign Influence in US Elections – This Tells Us A Little About His Knowledge of What’s Going On Today’ – AND THE TIMING OF BARR’S “RESIGNATION” – By Adina Kutnicki

[Published at America’sCivilWarRising.org]

PATRIOTS, one needn’t be a chess player to recognize when all the intricate pieces are moving into place to capture the opposing force(s) — in this case, America’s enemy combatants, domestic and foreign.

AS repeatedly stated at these pages, President Trump is gearing up to invoke his duty-bound Constitutional obligation, that is, to ensure that election integrity is preserved for “WE THE PEOPLE” via remedying/rectifying the “2020 electoral steal!” In so doing, the American Republic will be saved for generations to come. Period.

ALAS, at this most pivotal and crucial juncture in the nation’s history, it behooves reiterating, as many times as it takes, the basic building blocks upon which President Trump’s primary/authentic standing rests — as opposed to the so-called “lack of standing” upon which the cowardly SCOTUS rested its decision, thus, summarily tossing a most judicious lawsuit with original jurisdiction!

IN this regard, pay special heed to the following analysis — via the exquisitely timed chess move executed by the master of all masters, “The Donald”, most acutely, when it comes to gamesmanship!

IN other words, ignore the jibber-jabber re AG Barr’s so-called resignation — most especially, vis-à-vis the flowery words exchanged between him and the POTUS. Yes, actions speak louder than words. As such, the do-nothing, faux tough guy, that is, AG Barr, had to be booted — despite the face-saving measure afforded to him ala his desire to spend more time with his family. Hogwash. Besides, those who are given the heave-ho always fall back on “family obligations.”

INEXORABLY, the fact that the most critical “target” date of all, December 18, is upon the nation and barreling down on several top-dog agency heads —  with all the mandatory back-up to trigger Executive Order, Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election, September 12, 2018, well, an AG must be in place who will lawfully abide by the aforementioned Executive Order and have the necessary balls to stand tall and proud. To wit, the AG shuffle!

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THE GATEWAY PUNDIT | By Joe Hoft | December 14, 2020

Jeff Rosen may be the right man for the times.  We can only hope.

Today President Trump announced that Attorney General Bill Barr would be resigning before Christmas and Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen would be taking over:

…Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen, an outstanding person, will become Acting Attorney General. Highly respected Richard Donoghue will be taking over the duties of Deputy Attorney General. Thank you to all! pic.twitter.com/V5sqOJT9PM

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 14, 2020

According to Ron at CodeMonkeyZ on Twitter, Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen who is taking over for AG Barr has written about foreign intervention on US elections:

 

 

In his recent essay from late August of this year, Rosen shares the following:

But interference with infrastructure is not our only concern. We are also concerned about another threat, known as malign foreign influence. The key word is “influence.” Much of the time that is disguised propaganda. Other times, it is using pressure tactics on influential people. It can also take the form of hacking and disclosing private emails or phone messages. It comes in many different forms, all designed to influence how Americans think about issues and cast their votes. There are good lists of these on the FBI and ODNI websites…

…we are concerned when those preferences manifest themselves through malign foreign influence activities that are coercive, covert, or corrupt, whether the aim is specifically to influence our elections, or to influence policymaking and public discourse more broadly.

Rosen first discusses coercive activities and then discusses covert activities by foreign agents where he gives this example:

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