Meadows & Jordan Have Rosenstein On Edge With What They Said About The Impeachment Filing

Congressmen Mark Meadows (NC-R), Jim Jordan (OH-R) join Laura Ingraham and Greg Jarrett in an INTENSE interview on the Ingraham Angle.

The articles of impeachment were filed yesterday on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. (VIDEO BELOW.)

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Laura begins the interview by asking, “What are you accusing Rod Rosenstein of, specifically?

Meadows answers clearly, he says, “For nine months we’ve asked for documents. And that’s all we want.” He continues, “Subpoenas have been ignored, information had been hidden. Efforts stonewalled.”

In a calm cadence he continues, “For us, it’s all about transparency so the American people can judge for themselves.”

Moreover, Meadows says, “They may be able to ignore Congress. But they can’t ignore the American people.

Then Laura turns to Jordan who shares a letter has been sent to the President telling him what is going on.

Jordan tell us that House committee intel staffers were threatened by Rosenstein. Then Jordan says,  “We’re tired of the Justice Department giving us the finger!” (VIDEO BELOW.)

Laura asks her third panelist, Gregg Jarrett, legal analyst for Fox News and author of The Russia Hoax: 

Is this idea of an impeachment vote is a good idea?

Jarrett replies, “Rosenstein has treated Congress with nothing but contempt. And should be held in contempt. And impeached if appropriate. This is a guy who has been covering up from the beginning. For nine long months, the origins of the Trump Russia hoax.”

Laura makes the point, brilliantly that “It’s been a 122 years since a member of the executive branch has been impeached.” Not a President, but an executive member other than a President.

Jordan asks “when was the last time you have seen the FBI take a disproven documentand “take it to a secret court?” Then he says, “and not just once, but FOUR stinkin’ times!

Mark Meadows tells the American people, starting tomorrow Congress could bring the impeachment papers to the Senate floor and “it would require a vote on the House floor within two days.”

Furthermore, it does not require a nod from Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House, Meadows tell us after Laura asked him if Ryan had to “give the nod.”

Meadows says, “So Congress has three choices, Meadows says calmly, “hold him in contempt, get the documents or we impeach him.”

WATCH the informative and explosive interview below:

In closing, on a scale of 1 to 10 where 10 is the highest. Do you think Rosenstein will cough up the documents? Or do you think he will have to be held in contempt of Congress or impeached?