Another high ranking official has resigned amid the GOP memo exposing corruption.

Source: The New York Times

With House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes’ second memo on the horizon, the Justice Department‘s No. 3 ranked official has abruptly resigned.

Rachel L. Brand, who serves behind deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, reportedly feared she would be tasked with overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

The New York Times reports that Brand worried Rosenstein, who is overseeing Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, is either going to resign or be fired by President Donald Trump.

In the case that either of those two things happens, Brand would then be in charge of overseeing Mueller’s wild witch hunt.

More importantly, her resignation is just one of many following the explosive memo that was released last week.

Sources claim Brand is leaving her high ranking position to join a Fortune 500 company. However, that’s likely not the real reason she’s exiting her top position.

Nunes’ explosive memo reveals numerous top FBI and DOJ officials colluded with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s campaign to trigger the entire Russia investigation.

Steele’s dossier was used by the FBI and DOJ to obtain a warrant from the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to spy on Carter Page, a part-time volunteer to Trump’s 2016 campaign.

The Clinton campaign fed Steele information to use in his dossier, then gave it to their allies at the DOJ and FBI. Then, they used the spy warrant as the basis for launching the entire Russia investigation.

The memo was so explosive it resulted in former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe abruptly resigning on Jan. 30, just days before the Nunes memo was released.

Was Brand involved in the corruption and FISA abuse? Perhaps she will be named in Nunes’ second memo, which he said would focus on abuses of power at the DOJ.

With many Obama-holdovers mysteriously quitting, we are finally seeing corrupt officials feeling the pressure amid being exposed for their actions.