In A Surprise Attack, diGenova Torches Top House Leaders For The Handling Of Their Probes

Joseph diGenova, former United States Attorney for the District of Columbia and legal analyst weighed in on the subpoenas from the 115th Congress.

As the House of Representatives prepares to hand over the majority on January 3rd, 2019 to the Democrats, Joe diGenova tells who the Republican heroes are. (Radio interview below.)

Republicans in the House who are going to bat for the House and We The People.

Joe joined the radio program – Mornings on the Mall – a local radio station that references the National Mall in Washington, D.C. as a namesake.

First, in review, Chairman Goodlatte has subpoenaed James Comey and Loretta Lynch to testify in closed-door congressional setting on November 29th and December 5th respectively. The Republican’s are trying to get the Obama-era players on the record before they yield their power to the Democrats in January.

However, “diGenova called the subpoenas for former Attorney General Lynch and former FBI Director Comey a ‘joke’ and claimed Ryan, from Wisconsin, and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy will see this as a victory, after delaying their testimony at all costs,” the The Daily Caller reported.

The only heroes here are the people from the Freedom Caucus — people like [GOP Reps. Mark] Meadows [of North Carolina] and [Jim] Jordan [of Ohio], people who stood up for the House process,” diGenova told the radio listeners. (Radio interview below.)

Rosenstein is “a mole inside the Justice Department.” – Joe diGenova

DiGenova has no love lost for Rod Rosenstein who signed the last FISA warrant that allowed the Mueller team to continue to listen in on conversations surrounding the Trump team.

“Rosenstein is the single more dishonest public official in the 21st century,” he said. “The guy, he’s a mole inside the Justice Department. If that isn’t obvious to anybody who has more than a first grade education, they’ve got something wrong with them,” the Daily Caller wrote.

h/t  The Daily Caller.  (Radio interview below.)

Listen as Joe diGenova rips handling of subpoenas.