She has some pretty substantial credentials.
Lisa H. Barsoomian is a U.S. Attorney that graduated from Georgetown Law. She’s a protege of James Comey and Robert Mueller.
Barsoomian with her boss, R. Craig Lawrence, represented Bill Clinton in 1998.
Craig Lawrence also represented:
* Robert Mueller 3 times,
* James Comey 5 times,
* Barack Obama 45 times,
* Kathleen Sebelius 56 times,
* Bill Clinton 40 times, and
* Hillary Clinton 17 times between 1998 and 2017.
* Barsoomian herself represented the FBI at least five times.
You may be saying to yourself, okay who cares, who cares about the work history of this Barsoomian woman. Apparently someone does. Someone out there cares so much that they’ve purged all Barsoomian court documents for her Clinton representation in Hamburg vs. Clinton in 1998 and its appeal in 1999 from the D.C. District and Appeals court dockets. Someone out there cares so much that the internet has been purged of all information pertaining to Barsoomian. Historically this indicates that the individual is a protected CIA operative.
Additionally Lisa Barsoomian has specialized in opposing Freedom of Information Act requests on behalf of the intelligence community. And although Barsoomian has been involved in hundreds of cases representing the D.C. Office of the U.S. Attorney her email address is Lisa Barsoomian@NIH.gov. The NIH stands for National Institutes of Health…a tactic routinely used by the CIA to protect an operative by using another government organization to shield their activities. It’s a cover, so big deal right? I mean, what does one more attorney with ties to the U.S. intelligence community really matter?
With Trump and his recent tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum imports, the border wall, DACA, everything coming out of California, the Uniparty unrelenting opposition to President Trump, the Clapper leaks, the Comey leaks, Attorney General Jeff Sessions recusal and subsequent 14 month nap with occasional forays into the marijuana legalization mix, and last but not least, Mueller’s never-ending investigation into collusion between the Trump team and the Russians — why does Barsoomian, CIA operative, merit any mention?
BECAUSE: She is Assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s WIFE !!!!
Barsoomian’s loyalties are obviously tainted. How could this NOT have influenced Rosenstein? This clearly violates the appearance of impropriety attorney’s rules regarding conflict of interest. Both owe their careers as U.S. attorneys to Mueller, Obama, Bush, and the Clintons.
Impartiality? That’s impossible.
Rod Rosenstein has no business involving himself in the Hillary Clinton-DNC funded Steel dossier, and the ongoing Russia investigation, much less the selection of his mentor and his wife’s mentor Robert Mueller as Special Counsel.
The Rules of ethics: funny how that does NOT exist in Washington D.C. Draw your own conclusions. As we often do at dnewman.org, here are links that verify all of the above information (and much more) about the obvious corruption in this entire Special Counsel process, Robert Mueller, Rod Rosenstein, and the management levels of almost ALL intelligence agencies.
I encourage you to access these to get the truth. Copy and paste each link into your browser to see each of these. I know it’s tedious, but it’s important for you to know.
Just imagine if all of this collusion, inappropriate interaction between investigative officials on multiple federal levels, with such blatant conflict of interest in a federal investigation of ANY Democrat in federal office or the Democrat Party, and the investigative members instigating and conducting this investigation were Republicans. Would the Mainstream Media be going nuts everyday? They have demonstrated their capabilities in going nuts daily on air and in print through this “Russia, Russia, Russia” investigation. Step on their toes and listen to the howling.
I’ve just about had enough.
Even Civil Liberties attorney and longtime Democrat Party supporter Alan Dershowitz said that he is fearful of the criminalization of political differences in today’s discourse and that he doesn’t think special counsels are the right way to approach criminal justice. Dershowitz spoke to CBS political reporter Jack Fink about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians to affect the outcome of the 2016 election. “I think the investigation should end and I think the Congress should appoint a special non-partisan commission,” said Dershowitz. He said he thinks a Congressional committee would be too partisan.
Dershowitz said that citizens should fear the direction of this investigation for their own sake. He warned that today criminalization of political differences appears – now – to only affect presidents and political leaders. “Tomorrow it can affect you and me. If you give the prosecutor the ability to stretch the criminal law to fit a target, it’s very dangerous.”
Dershowitz said that special counsels are not the right way to approach criminal justice. “When you appoint a special counsel you give them targets and you say, ‘You better get that guy or the people around him…and we’re going to give you tens of millions of dollars. And if you come up empty handed you’re a failure.’”
Dershowitz said that if an ordinary prosecutor goes months without finding a crime then “that’s great, no… there have been no crimes committed.” He says not so with a special counsel. “Special Counsel always has the goal of ‘getting the people.’ They’re going to find crimes, or they’re going to manufacture crimes or they’re going to stretch the criminal law to fit the ‘crimes’ because they’re not going to come away empty handed.”
When is enough enough? 15 months of investigating this Russia collusion allegation with the greatest intelligence gathering organization and an unlimited budget to do so should definitely uncover any such collusion IF there’s any there. At this point, most Americans agree, “there ain’t no there there.”
Can’t we just get moving forward in Government to get the good things done that American voters overwhelmingly voted for? The ones that President Trump has set in motion — even with the amazing obstruction from Democrats and even members of his own party — have proven to be pretty good so far. Yet still the Left cries to tear down all the good that has been done and to prevent any further positive accomplishments by this President.
I’m a Southerner. Down here the cry is, “If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it.”
It ain’t broken.
Many thanks to Dick Ivey for much of this information. Dick does a great job of investigative work.