Meadows, Jordan, Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz and others have been turning up the heat on Rosenstein, the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation since last autumn.
Congressmen Jim Jordan of OH and Mark Meadows of North Carolina were joined by nine other members of their caucus on Wednesday following a meeting with Justice Department officials. One clue is that the articles of impeachment were introduced on the eve of a five-week House recess, and were not advanced as a "privileged motion" involving urgent House priorities that might have triggered a quick vote.
Senior Justice Department officials have rejected the criticism and described historic levels of cooperation with Congress to share files connected to the FBI investigations of Hillary Clinton's emails, as well as Trump's campaign contacts with Russian Federation.
The House is not expected to vote immediately on the resolution.
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The failures cited within the articles include intentionally withholding embarrassing documents and information, knowingly hiding material investigative information from Congress, various abuses of the FISA process, and failure to comply with congressional subpoenas, among others. "Enough is enough. It's time to hold Mr. Rosenstein accountable for blocking Congress's constitutional oversight role".
"The DOJ has continued to hide information from Congress and repeatedly obstructed oversight - even defying multiple Congressional subpoenas", Meadows said in a tweet announcing the move. It's most likely that the whole gesture is just part of an effort to ratchet up the pressure on Rosenstein and DoJ to play along with their conspiracy theories, or perhaps to undermine Mueller by discrediting Rosenstein.
"For nine months we've warned them consequences were coming, and for nine months we've heard the same excuses backed up by the same unacceptable conduct", Meadows said in a statement, The Hill reported.
The last time the House actually voted to impeach an executive branch official other than a president was 1876.