Obama’s DEA Appointment Looks To Confront Drug War With Anti-Terror Tactics | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Obama’s DEA Appointment Looks To Confront Drug War With Anti-Terror Tactics

This week, President Obama appointed a replacement for disgraced former DEA Administrator Michelle Leonhart. Chuck Rosenberg is a former U.S. District Attorney and former general counsel for two FBI directors, as well as a former attorney general. He is highly regarded among his government colleagues, but a deeper examination of his record reveals troubling implications for the DEA’s future.

Before delving into Rosenberg’s personal positions, it is worth noting the figures he has worked under. Rosenberg served as general and/or senior counsel to former FBI Director, Robert Mueller, former Attorney General, John Ashcroft, and current FBI Director, James Comey. He also worked for Comey when they were district attorneys for the federal government. All three of these men have employed policies and surveillance that grossly violate civil liberties and the privacy of citizens.

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