That 2% Sure Does Keep Popping Up Often

One of the things I think that can be most effective in driving home the truth when it comes to these subversive kikes is to keep pointing out that the Jews are about 2% of the population of the country while they keep popping up over and over again when discussing the pressing issues of the day. Shabbos cucks like to attempt to straw man us all of the time by claiming that when we point these things out that we’re somehow saying that it’s 100% only Jews and 100% all of the Jews who are involved in these things. This is of course ludicrous but that’s the idea, to try and make us look stupid by getting us to accept and defend a position that isn’t even the position we have to begin with. I’m thinking that from now on, I’m just going to start putting “2%” beside the name every time I write about these sorts of things and Jews are involved. For this story, we have a continuation on our previous story  concerning Trump being sabotaged by a group that seems to be unsurprisingly over represented by a certain 2% of the population.

The senior Justice Department official with ultimate authority over the special counsel’s probe of Russia’s alleged meddling in the 2016 election has privately acknowledged to colleagues that he may have to recuse himself from the matter, which he took charge of only after Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ own recusal, sources tell ABC News.

As I pointed out in the previous article, it’s a bit obvious what is happening when it comes to this so called witch hunt and who is behind it. It would appear that the chosen might be aware that it’s a little obvious as well and are planning to take counter measures.

Those private remarks from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein are significant because they reflect the widening nature of the federal probe, which now includes a preliminary inquiry into whether President Donald Trump attempted to obstruct justice when he allegedly tried to curtail the probe and then fired James Comey as FBI director.

Yes the probe into whether Trump obstructed justice by trying to thwart an investigation that he wasn’t even being investigated for.

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Rosenstein, who authored an extensive and publicly-released memorandum recommending Comey’s firing, raised the possibility of his recusal during a recent meeting with Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand, the Justice Department’s new third-in-command, according to sources.

Although Rosenstein appointed a special counsel to lead the federal probe, he still makes the final decisions about resources, personnel and — if necessary — any prosecutions.

As we discussed earlier, Rosenstein (2%) wrote the letter recommending Comey’s firing and has now appointed a hostile special prosecutor to investigate Comey’s firing and the only one who can fire the hostile special prosecutor is Rosenstein (2%). Don’t worry though, I’m sure it’s pure ((coincidence)) that it worked out that way.

In the recent meeting with Brand, Rosenstein told her that if he were to recuse himself, she would have to step in and take over those responsibilities. She was sworn-in little more than a month ago.

So Rosenstein (2%) says that if it becomes too obvious what’s going on here, he may have to hand it over to Brand. “But but but Grandpa Lampshade, Brand isn’t a Jew name! Ha! You’re just a paranoid Nazi hater!” Ah padawan, you still have so much to learn. You see, it’s JQ 101 to know that you can’t necessarily go by the names. So is Brand a 2%er? Because Grandpa Lampshade is always careful to not name Jew without 100% verification, I will leave her classified as “alleged Jew”.

111Jew or not a Jew? I present to you this picture along with the fact that her husband’s name is Cohen.

Remember now, nobody is claiming that it’s all 100% Jews and only Jews involved in the destruction of our societies. Thus, even if she’s not a Yenta, the 2% still remains overly represented.

Potentially complicating matters, Trump posted an exasperated message today on Twitter, dismissing the Russia-related probe as a “witch hunt” and lamenting that he’s “being investigated for firing the FBI Director by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director!”

Complicating matters for who though? Remember the ((media)) is openly hostile to him so the idea that in this article, they are admonishing him for somehow making his own situation worse is more than a little silly on it’s face. Imagine if you were fighting a literal war and your enemy kept whining about you complicating things. Wouldn’t you consider this a good thing?

Rosenstein is keenly aware that he could become a potential witness in the investigation.

I think it’s more of a case that Rosenstein (2%) is keenly aware that this whole thing is beginning to get a little obvious.

“I understand there are serious allegations that have been raised,” Rosenstein told a Senate panel earlier this week. “I recognize the importance of these questions, and I think that Director Mueller ought to review that and make a determination of whether or not he believes it is within the scope of his investigation.”

Now let’s dance a round of Jew square dancing. This is where several kikes go back and forth and ’round and ’round with each other and you can’t tell who’s on whose side all the while they’re leading you closer and closer to the door of your own destruction.

Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, asked Rosenstein specifically whether he might have a conflict of interest if he becomes a witness in the investigation.

Senator Shatz (2%), who has a “D” by his name so he must totally be on the opposing side, has raised concerns about a conflict of interest and if there’s one thing we know about the Jews, it’s that they’re all about keeping things above board and on the level.

222                                                                      Aloha Goyim! 

“I’m not going to answer hypothetical questions,” Rosenstein said. “[But] I am working with career professionals who know these rules and are responsible for enforcing these rules, and I can assure you that we’re going to do the right thing, and we’re going to defend the integrity of that investigation.”

I wonder what the percentage of these career professionals who are kosher is?

One source said Rosenstein has yet to formally ask career attorneys inside the Justice Department for their opinion on whether he should recuse himself. Any serious contemplation of recusal likely wouldn’t happen unless Rosenstein seeks such an opinion.

Don’t you just love the way that they use the term “career attorneys” as though that means that are above and beyond when it comes to integrity? Think about it for a moment: if there’s one thing that’s more trustworthy than a lawyer, it’s got to be a lawyer who has made a career out of working for the government. This is what they are telling you although be it not directly. If they said this directly it would be obviously stupid so they use this insinuation tactic instead.

Rosenstein took command of the investigation in April, after Sessions announced that he was recusing himself due to his substantial role in Trump’s presidential campaign last year. Two months later, at Trump’s urging, Rosenstein wrote a letter to the president detailing his belief that Comey should be fired

Did you catch that? Now they’ve oh so subtly shifted the story to being that yeah even though Rosenstein (2%) is the one who wrote the letter recommending that Comey be fired, he only did it because Trump told him to.

Within days, a top Democrat, Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., wrote his own letter, insisting that Rosenstein’s hard-earned reputation as an “apolitical actor” was “now imperiled” by the deputy attorney general’s role in Comey’s firing.

Just a few short months ago, Chuck Schumer (2%) was demanding that Comey be fired himself. At that time, the narrative was that Comey and not the Russians had hacked the election and caused Hillary to lose. Remember, they were all upset because Hillary’s top aid, Huma Abedin had apparently placed some of Hillary’s so called lost emails on her pervert husband’s computer. Her husband, Anthony Weiner (2%) has a history of sending dick pics to underage girls over the internet and was under investigation and Comey wound up letting the cat out of the bag. Isn’t it amazing how quickly they try to memory hole this stuff?

333The idea that a President would fire an FBI Director who I was calling for to be fired just a few short months ago is outrageous! 

Around the same time, Comey orchestrated a series of bombshell news reports laying out portions of one-on-one conversations he allegedly had with Trump, including the infamous conversation in the Oval Office where Trump allegedly told Comey, “I hope you can let this go.”

Let’s be honest, “I hope you can let this go” is a pretty thin thread to try to hang an obstruction charge on.

According to Comey, Trump was referring to the FBI’s investigation into Mike Flynn, who was fired himself as national security adviser months earlier for allegedly lying to White House officials about his post-election contacts with Russian operatives.

But in just the previous paragraph we were told that it was Comey himself who orchestrated these attacks against Trump in the media. It seems to me that as a potential witness, his credibility on this topic would be nil, as it is obvious that he has an ax to grind. This almost seems like a complete circus designed to railroad President Trump. Now, you might think this could be something that we should be really concerned about  but thankfully, we have the always benevolent 2% of the population looking out for our best interests so you can rest easy.

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