Last year, in a post to his site titled “Congressman Cohen Condemns Effort to Impeach Rosenstein,” Rep. Cohen said the following in defense of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein:

Congressman Steve Cohen (TN-09) condemned in the strongest terms the groundless Articles of Impeachment against Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein introduced last night by members of the Freedom Caucus, and made the following statement:

“Rod Rosenstein is the guardian of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. The sham pretext for this move is Rosenstein’s completely reasonable resistance to turning over certain documents in an ongoing criminal investigation, something that is never done and that would be a breach of his sworn duties. It’s obvious that the ulterior motive for this effort to impugn the reputation of Mr. Rosenstein is a desperate plan to hobble a probe that is getting too close to President Trump’s inner circle. It is critical that we prevent this impeachment effort from going further and it’s essential that we pass the Special Counsel Independence and Integrity Act (H.R. 5476) immediately.”

Rosenstein was “the guardian of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation” and a “completely reasonable” man whose reputation had to be protected while the special counsel closed in on Trump. But that was while the Mueller investigation was ongoing. Now that the redacted report is out and has torpedoed the two-year Democrat narrative surrounding Hillary Clinton’s 2016 loss to Donald Trump, Cohen is speaking in a less than flattering fashion about Rosenstein in the wake of news that he’s tendered his resignation effective May 11th:

Things sure do evolve quickly in DC these days:

It’s dizzying!

That’s a pretty safe bet.

It seems like only yesterday…

True — and Comey was the bad guy:

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