AG Barr Just Let Obama and Biden off the Hook

Today’s Campaign Update – BREAKING

Well, there you have it. – During his press conference Monday addressing developments in the investigation of last year’s mass shooting at NAS Pensacola, Attorney General William Barr took time to also discuss the progress of the ongoing investigation of Spygate/Obamagate led by U.S. Attorney John Durham. During the course of his four minutes of remarks, Barr made clear that, regardless of what Durham’s investigation reveals about the involvement of Barack Obama and Joe Biden, his DOJ will refuse to prosecute either man.

Below is a clip of Barr’s remarks, followed by a transcript:

 

Transcript:

“So long as I serve as Attorney General the criminal justice system will not be used for partisan political end, and this is especially true for the upcoming elections in November. We live in a very divided country right now, and I think it is critical that we have an election where the American people are allowed to make the decision, a choice between President Trump and Vice President Biden based on a robust debate of policy issues. And we can’t allow this process to be hijacked by efforts to drum up criminal investigations of either candidate.

“I’m committed that this election will be conducted without this kind of interference. Any effort to pursue an investigation of either candidate has to be approved by me. Now, what happened to the President, and I’ve said this many times, what happened to the President in the 2016 election and throughout the first two years of his administration was abhorrent. It was a grave injustice, and it was unprecedented in American history.

“The law enforcement apparatus in this country were involved in advancing a false and utterly baseless Russian Collusion narrative against the President. The proper investigative and prosecutive standards of the Department of Justice were abused, in my view, in order to reach a particular result. We saw two different standards of justice emerge: one that applied to President Trump and his associates, and the other that applied to everybody else. We can’t allow this to ever happen again.

“The Durham investigation is trying to get to the bottom of what really happened, and it will determine whether there were any federal laws broken; and if there were, those who broke the laws will be held to account. But this cannot be, and it will not be, a tit for tat exercise. We are not going to lower the standards just to achieve a result. The only way to stop this vicious cycle, the only way to break away from this dual system of justice, is to make sure that we scrupulously apply the single and proper standard of justice for everybody.

“Now, under the longstanding standards of the Department of Justice, criminal charges are appropriate only when we  have enough evidence to prove each element of a crime beyond a reasonable doubt. That is the standard we’re applying.

“Now, I have a general idea of how Mr. Durham’s investigation is going, and as I have indicated, some aspects of what happened are being examined as potential crimes.  But we have to bear in mind what the Supreme Court recently reminded us of in the Bridge Gate case: As the Court said there, there is a difference between an abuse of power and a federal crime. Not every abuse of power, no matter how outrageous, is necessarily a federal crime. 

As to President Obama and Vice President Biden: Whatever their level of involvement, based on the information I have today, I don’t expect Mr. Durham’s work will lead to a criminal investigation of either man. Our concern over potential criminality is focused on others.”

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Ok, so, a lot of very noble stuff in there, pretty much all of which any fair-minded American would agree with had we experienced a normal political environment over the last 5 years.

After all, how can any fair-minded American disagree with the notion that the criminal justice system should not be used to achieve a political end? Or that justice must be blind? Or that “not every abuse of power is necessarily a federal crime?” Or, indeed, even that we need to do our best to end the abuse of the justice system in America?

Obviously, that’s all very just and fair.

The problem, of course, is that we have not lived in anything resembling a normal political environment for the last 5 years, and that the Obama Administration used the DOJ for partisan political ends for 8 long years. The political playing field was vastly tilted to the political left by Obama and his evil minions, and neither Barr nor Jeff Sessions have done much of anything to correct that tilt.

Plus, what if Durham’s investigation does reveal  “enough evidence to prove each element of a crime beyond a reasonable doubt” against Quid Pro China Joe? Let’s say that result comes about during the summer – how would it then be fair to the American public and indeed the American criminal justice system for Barr to decide to keep that information confidential – which he would have to do by the standard he articulated today – and to allow Biden to continue as a candidate unscathed, knowing that he would inevitably quash all evidence against him should he be elected?

Barr is absolutely correct that the U.S. justice system should have never been used for political ends as it was by Obama and Biden. But that is what it is at this point, and the damage has been done. If Durham’s investigation reveals criminal wrongdoing by either man, and Barr withholds that information from the public, regardless of timing, he will have rendered himself every bit the political tool that Loretta Lynch and Eric Holder were guilty of being.

That is all.

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29 thoughts on “AG Barr Just Let Obama and Biden off the Hook

  1. David Farrar - May 18, 2020

    Please note: AG Barr did not say he would not allow Obama or Biden to be prosecuted if there were “enough evidence to prove each element of a crime beyond a reasonable doubt”.

  2. Cynthia - May 18, 2020

    So wiretapping an incoming administration without a warrant isn’t criminal? Leaking a phone conversation with with a foreign government isn’t criminal? Who’s going to take the fall for Obama? So sick of this injustice, Barr, you weasel.

    1. Concerned Citizen - May 19, 2020

      ‘Weasel’? I’ve never seen an obese weasel before. Oh, well, at least the foodbag isn’t using the criminal justice system for partisan politics…oh, wait

    2. Redcatcher - May 19, 2020

      They pardoned Nixon. I don’t care if they’re charged, I just want everyone to know they’re dirty. Think Information Warfare, not revenge. There is a political calculation and you don’t get a lot of return with a trial as good as it would feel.

  3. Sharon Campbell - May 18, 2020

    I agree with Barr’s statements regarding fair & equal justice when there is evidence to support criminal wrong doing. Perhaps Barr is trying to lower our expectations relative to criminal charges against Obama or Biden because Durham has already told Barr with the career liars involved he can’t prove criminality. However, I do know right from wrong & ObamaGate & the cartel that assisted him are moral criminals even if the DOJ is too cowardly to charge them!

  4. prester khan - May 18, 2020

    Don’t forget that Barr comes down on the side of great Presidential power – no matter who occupies the office. That said, disclosing the political misuse of Obama’s authority and Biden’s involvement in it will forever tar their legacy and reputation – which for someone of their egos is a fate worse than jail.
    Which President will forever have an “asterisk” by their name?

    1. Philly Smith - May 18, 2020

      Forget about “tarring their legacy”. Obama committed treason and Biden sold his office. Maximum penalties for both of these dirt bags.

      1. Gregg - May 18, 2020

        Amen! Philly Smith,

        I just posted 400 plus words below and you were able to say basically the same thing in about 20. Well Done.

  5. delow241 - May 18, 2020

    I cannot tell you I am surprised in the least. I will go one further and say that none of the folks involved will get any punishment at all. If anyone is to face charges it will be some low level employee who unknowingly was set up to do some process crime.

  6. Robosaurus Rex - May 18, 2020

    AG Barr is not interested in accountability. The Durham investigation WILL NOT produce anything and we’ll continue to be strung along with declassified info that results in zero sentences. It’s been this way for almost 2 years for those just tuning in. Clearly Barr likes the idea of a single justice system for all, but is protecting the current justice platform. He’s an improved Jeff Sessions. The greatest hoax will be we believed FISA was for our protection and had rules which led to punishments for abusers, but as Captain Barbosa, from the Pirates of the Caribbean, said, “Rules (the pirate code) are more like guidelines…” and it was specifically written this way. The power now all resides in the government. Barr just gave away FISA in a nut shell and sanctioned its use using any form of manipulation. There are no punishments with FISA. The last line in the law says “the rules above don’t apply” (I’m being sarcastic here, of course). DOJ policy for bringing charges against a running candidate is somewhere around five months before an election. Biden will be completely shielded by the end of May as Barr has said as much. Our government is morally bankrupt and while not completely, the people left are not enough to make a difference. I hope I’m wrong.

  7. Philly Smith - May 18, 2020

    Sadly, you are not wrong. Government service has become a sand box for criminals to play in. I have no idea who “speaks for the people now or who protects our interests. Trump is only one man and he is surrounded by wolves.

  8. mustng66 - May 18, 2020

    Admiral Ackbar: It’s a trap!

    Nice head fake there, Barr.

    LOL

    1. Gregg - May 18, 2020

      Traps are only good if they get sprung mustng66.

      Don’t get “Admiral Ackbar”?

  9. Gregg - May 18, 2020

    “Tit for tat”??? Dave, to your credit, you are remarkedly restrained; not sure why.

    Hey AG Do Nothing Dingbat! It is not “tit for tat” if one side committed actual crimes and then they accused the other side of committing their crimes of which you have be EXONERATED FOR if the actual criminals were actually prosecuted. An ongoing egregious set of crimes were committed against the Trump campaign, his presidency, and his associates, and staff; of that there is no doubt? If his political opponents didn’t do it, who the hell did? The good Humor Man?

    There have been numerous CRIMINAL REFERRELS from several of the oh so slow and oh careful and oh so minimizing and circumspect IG reports and YOUR DIRTY JUSTICE DEPARTMENT – and it IS dirty because YOU have NOT cleaned house and gotten rid of Wray and reportedly STILL want the same FISC rules renewed.

    All you are is just a little more polished sounding than the hickish deer in the headlight, but equally inept Jeff Sessions. Why bother with whatever Durham is doing when YOU have already preordained that ‘the One’ and his #2, in every sense of the word, is going to skate. Spare me your “deep concern” about getting to the bottom of this, (you and the DOJ/FBI couldn’t find the bottom of a well if you fell in it, especially if it is a Democrat well) and this must never happen again and two tiered justice…yada, yada, yada.

    YOU JUST CREATED TWO TIERED JUSTICE YOU FECKLESS WEASEL You are supposed to be above politics and prosecute anyone who breaks the law – at best you have allowed the MSM (D) to shame you into not pursuing crimes just because they happen to be committed by a (D) candidate for president; at worse just a silent co-conspirator in the ongoing effort to get rid of Trump. Comey let Walking Eagle skate, now you are effectively letting Biden skate using basically the same logic as Comey of not wanting to influence an election – so I guess you and Comey would rather allow a criminal to become president than doing your job of pursuing blind justice?

    You have to know – because you are apparently one of them – there are literally thousands of deeply entrenched leftist hacks that infest that District of Corruption – the way to make sure this never happens again is to prosecute the known ringleaders and a couple of seditionists in the media who kept the lying narrative going. Failing to do that will ensure it will happen again against every Republican forever. The least you could have done is indict these known criminal players and force them into bankruptcy a’ la Flynn WHO IS STILL BEING PERSECUTED BY THE GOVERNMENT in the new case: Sullivan v. Flynn.

    Your Boss, President Trump, must be apoplectic and I’ll be shocked if he doesn’t fire you as soon as he can catch his breath with dealing with CV-19 – which he should turn over to Pence and concentrate on getting the economy going.

    If you obviously are not going to do ANYTHING against anyone in the coup cabal, then at least get off your ass and move against these Marxist Dictators disguised as democratically elected governors and mayors who are shredding the constitution – you know, the one YOU and THEY all took an oath to UPHOLD. YOU and your department should be filing injunctions on behalf of the victimized hairdressers, barbers and millions of others who have been severely impacted and probably emotionally scarred for years – DO Something for your pay, you hack.

    Your Boss, the President, authorized you to declassify everything in this “investigation” over a year ago; but it is readily apparent that Grenell forced both you and Schiff to release the pertinent information.

    Eric Holder was praised by many on the left for being called Obama’s “Wingman” and he and other Obamaites were very effective at corrupting the DOJ. You were accused of going to be the same, (Trump’s “wingman”) during and after your confirmation, and still will be if even one of the left’s cadre of golden boys and girls even gets bought before a Grand Jury, let alone charged, prosecuted, convicted and jailed. You, Sessions, your IGs and probably Durham, Huber and the other general from Missouri are just looking to run out the clock and are probably in cahoots with the crowd that is doing everything to ensure JUSTICE IS NOT DONE, this all goes away, Trump gets defeated, and you can go and retire very comfortably with your pension AND your PAYOFF! You are not Trump’s wingman; you’re an anvil, an albatross.

    I hope when Trump gets Ratcliff confirmed to the IC Post, he fires your bloviating ass and names Grenell.as the acting AG. And if the senate won’t confirm these to reformers, just keep switching the acting directors/AGs back and forth for hopefully the next four and a half years.

    I have so much more to say, but I am really pissed.

    PS: Trump should appoint Pam Bondi, Mark Levin, or Sidney Powell as the next AG, if he can’t get Grenell.

    1. Gregg - May 18, 2020

      One other thought about the DOJ not being used as a “tit for tat” political football:

      I have a question for AG Barr:

      Suppose the Dems and Walking Eagle decided to be mature about their loss to Trump and shut down all this crap and allowed Trump to have his agenda relatively unimpeded.

      Then suppose it was reveled that ‘the One’ spied on Trump’s campaign to help Eagle, and Biden was the point man for ‘the One’s’ foreign corruption express with Ukraine, China, and Eagle sold out America with the Uranium One and other pay to play deals. Would prosecutions occur for those crimes with the “political” aspect removed Mr. Barr?

      All these people committed real crimes; Trump and his people did not commit any. So again, why is there no real effort to make sure there is equal justice for all and not just the few who are politically connected?

  10. Jonesy - May 18, 2020

    ““As to President Obama and Vice President Biden: Whatever their level of involvement, based on the information I have today, I don’t expect Mr. Durham’s work will lead to a criminal investigation of either man. Our concern over potential criminality is focused on others.””

    I’m not sure I even know what to say here….just…..disappointing.

    “..based on the information I have today…” Why even say this?? If the investigation is still on going, why mention they are off the hook? And if more information becomes available that points to a crime?? What then??

  11. brian - May 18, 2020

    So Obozo just did a HUGE sigh of relief. Now you are going to hear even more ‘leaked’ calls from the former marxist in chief. His ego just inflated by magnitude. Biden sighed but he hasn’t a clue why hes sighing.

    When Barr appointed his last big gun lawyer I said it was to mitigate the damage that could be done to the deep state actors. I’ve said all along Barr has deep state history and hes NOT there to prosecute anyone, only slow walking. He’s a polished Meulller nothing more. Going on three years, untold millions spent and he’ll produce less than meuller.

    Sadly, he’s there until the election. Trump can’t/won’t fire him because if he did fire him now the media will instantly narrate the Trump looking for revenge and Barr won’t co-operate hero story.

    Bring back General Flynn, install Grenell or Sidney Powell as AG as this is the only way there will be a one tier justice system with a good start on rooting out the corruption. If Trump keeps appionting swamp then it will be cya to the Republic.

    When Trump wins, and he will if the GOP gets behind him, he’ll hopefully go for broke. The last four years he can politically go to war against the swamp. IMO, this is what he’ll do as there is nothing to lose and everything to gain. The Dems will trash him on the debt incurred from the covid, which they caused, but thats about it. They have nothing else. So Trump will restart the economy and then go after the corruption full bore. Those are the two things he’ll gear for his ‘legacy’.

  12. D3F1ANT - May 18, 2020

    Come on…if anyone thought Barr would investigate Obama or Biden you were just dumb.

  13. Boarwild - May 18, 2020

    How can Barr state unequivocally at this point who is/is not exempt from prosecution? Is Durham finished?

    Or I guess all Prez/VP’s get an automatic Get Out of Jail Free Card?

    “What have you given us Mr Franklin?”

    “A Republic if you can keep it.”

    We can’t keep it & haven’t done so for some time.

    1. Gregg - May 18, 2020

      “Or I guess all Prez/VP’s get an automatic Get Out of Jail Free Card?”

      Only Dem presidents and VPs Boarwild get that card. After Nixon resigned the Dems were still out for blood and were trying to prosecute him. It only ended when Ford pardoned him… And that forced action/error “to end our national nightmare” was designed to hurt Ford’s election effort against Jimmy Peanut. It was a close election and it succeeded.

      I guess we all have to wait for justice from GOD. Where is that asteroid bound for DC when you need it? Hopefully it comes when Trump is holding his first rally in Michigan…

  14. marty lopez - May 18, 2020

    Barr’s statement of betrayal seems to leave out one crucial element. He wasn’t elected by anyone to assume the role of some King Solomon. He’s the AG. He was appointed by Trump to clean up the DOJ, investigate the Mueller affair, and bring the wrong doers to justice, which he obviously has no intention of doing. The AG is suppose to oversee the DOJ and its ability to prosecute serious national crimes. It isn’t his responsibility to prepare the public square for an election. Who cares what he thinks this election should be about? Why didn’t he run for President, if he wanted, or intended to frame the national debates? Barr was brought in from the Bush Administration of globalists. He was always meant to effect the fix.

    Seriously, Barr thinks Trump should be engaged in a robust debates over policy issues with Biden? Really? Biden is having trouble controlling his bowel movements. Biden can’t even find his trousers and Barr is an establishment “Fixer” sent in to cover up the real culprits behind Obama and Biden.

    And, BTW, Barr doesn’t think we’re foolish enough to believe any of that. He’s far too sophisticated for that. He knows it doesn’t matter what we think. He thinks he can now just assume the same robes that Comey wore and walk around like some Cardinal, or a Roman senator citing mantras and making prognostications about a higher order that only swamp insiders like him can appreciate. Barr is like some elite, over fattened pig, discoursing unsolicited about man, and God and law even while fornicating with the dog, soling the republic and despoiling his oath of office.

    From very early on I could see there was something wrong with Barr. The stall is always a dead give away. When it comes to AGs, Trump has just taken his second strike. I won’t say I can’t believe it. it’s easy to be deceived by hypocrites like Barr. There are many considerations to be taken into account. Remember who submitted his name.

    The law is always used to give established interests an edge. Justice plays second fiddle, imperfect, if anything at all, an also ran at best. But neither is Barr any King Solomon. He has no right to play as, if he were King Solomon. That isn’t in his job description and while he certainly puts on airs of probity; he hasn’t been quite canonized just yet. Remember when he threatened to resign. Trump called his bluff and he backed up fast. He still had his dirty spoiler work to be accomplished. Now everyone can see him. He refused to prosecute the Director of the FBI for publicly, self confessed perjury and theft of government property. He refused to prosecute the Assistant Director of the FBI. In fact, he hasn’t prosecuted anyone.

    Barr is lower than the most common street prostitute who, at least doesn’t pontificate about infusing the world with love. Barr is a whore for the establishment and a hypocrite who uses the law to protect hidden interests, but refuses to uphold his own sworn oath to the law. He is a traitor to the republic, the American people and to the President who appointed him, but then he always knew why he went there and what he intended to do. You see these swamp elites are simply bidding their time, putting up with all this populism, which used be know as democracy, tolerating us, the people. After all we are rather gouache. Read his statement above. Please do. It’s fit for a Roman senator instructing the citizens how to act. And now ask. Who is this pompous, self effacing, over inflated, pontificating, bag pipe blowing buffoon. And who does he think he’s fooling? Insular and despicable, does he even care? And sure, why not? I told you so.

    1. brian - May 18, 2020

      There are a few people here who have been saying this from the start. I truly hope Mr Trump sees this for what it is and unfortunately he pretty much has to let it ride now until the election is over. Once the election is over Barr is toast…. fired.

      I too have stated repeatedly about WHO it was, who suggested Barr in the first place. Fire that swamper as well. Next, appoint Grenell or Powell as AG and set the dogs lose. Get result oriented people from OUTSIDE the swamp in order to drain the putrid pool.

  15. Lady Jane - May 18, 2020

    I saw the press conference on another site. I came here to see what you, David, had to say about it and to read the comments your great posters made.

    I must, first say, I was so disappointed when I heard what A.G. Barr had to say but really didn’t expect him to do anything.

    Gregg, you expressed the anger and sadness I had hearing Barr. I only wish there was a way for President Trump to read your comments because you are speaking for so many of us who can’t express how pissed we are the way you did.

    I especially love your idea about Trump naming Grenell as acting AG. My only wish is for your comments to somehow reach President Trump.

    P.S.: I’m looking forward to reading “what else you have to say”.

    1. Gregg - May 18, 2020

      Thank you Lady Jane. I’ve just added a few more comments to this article.

      And Dave is very generous in posting some of my separate standalone articles since last December.

  16. Gregg - May 18, 2020

    I forgot Marty, who submitted his name? Obama? Walking Eagle?

    As much as I like Trump and most of what he is trying to do and what he has accomplished, I have to sometimes wonder how he became so successful in business when he seems to get so few people to serve him and his/our agenda properly? The exception apparently seems to be judges – someone else (the federalist?) must be recommending them, but sooner or later I’m sure one of his appointees will also screw him and his agenda at a key time. How can he get over two hundred reportedly great judges and do so poorly in getting a few dozen good people in key positions in his cabinet?

    Something seems very wrong here. How is it I and others here can come up with names of historically great and proven people and yet the president seems to be the victim of such hideous people and advice.

    Dave, I like every article you write, but I am not going to pay any more attention to the Russia, FISA, coup, Mueller, DOJ/FBI/IC bullschiff until I hear of indictments at least.

    It just isn’t worth the aggravation.

  17. ACommonMan - May 18, 2020

    From this article Bummer and O’biden have killed the rule of law. Guess the only justice left in this nation is vigilante justice. Get a grip Barr or get out of the job.

    1. Gregg - May 18, 2020

      Well the Dems (Maxipad Watters, etc,) condone it when it suits their purpose and nothing happens to their extremist activists even and especially when they bust up property and beat up Trump supporters. Where are all the civil rights warriors when the political right right’s get victimized?

      Guarantee when our side gets violent, the “rule of law” will come into play bigly. Trump and Barr had better stand up to that possibly real soon or the election and the country will be lost.

  18. marty lopez - May 19, 2020

    Please see what Barr considers to be interference in the coming election as actual crimes and facts, which he isn’t pursuing, refuses to pursue in fact. Obama and Biden most certainly did commit crimes. They headed the conspiracy and even, if one wishes to shield them claiming Brennan began the conspiracy they were involved and sanctioned it under color of authority. In fact the entire nation already knows Obama initiated the conspiracy to sedition and perhaps treason.

    Hey, below is an edited rewrite of yesterday’s piece. it’s much better. I was running hot, too hot yesterday and all over the place

    AG Barr’s statement of intention appears to over look one crucial observation. He wasn’t elected by anyone to assume the biblical role of some King Solomon. He was appointed AG by Trump specifically to clean up the DOJ, investigate the Mueller affair, and bring the wrong doers to justice, which he obviously has no intention of doing. The AG is suppose to oversee the DOJ and its ability to prosecute serious national crimes. It isn’t Barr’s responsibility to prepare the nation’s public square for an election.

    Who cares what Barr thinks this election should be about? Barr should run for President himself, if he wants, or intends to frame the national debates? Barr was brought in from the Bush Administration to restore the integrity and the American people’s trust in our system of justice. He has proved to be a disappointment and an establishment agent. He was always meant to moderate populism, to effect the fix protecting the federal, bureaucratic swamp and the establishment interests behind Obama and Biden. Now, after this statement of intent and betrayal, the entire country can see it.

    Barr thinks the President should be engaged in a robust debates over policy issues with Biden? Really, is that what Barr thinks? Reality check: Joe Biden is having trouble controlling his bowel movements. Seriously, old, slow Joe can’t even remember where he left his trousers. Does Barr actually think he can now just step in and assume the same Cardinal’s robes that Comey wore?

    Or does he imagine himself as a Roman senator pontificating about a higher order that only the Patrician purple of aristocratic insiders like him can appreciate? Barr comes off as a self inflated elite discoursing from his club dinning room. Hear him now, making prognostications about man, and God and law even while fornicating with the dog, soling the republic and despoiling his oath of office.

    From very early on I, a simple farmer from the provinces (agricula) noticed defect with Barr. The lawyer stall is always a dead give away. Giving Comey and McCabe a pass nailed it down. When it comes to AGs, Trump has just taken his second strike, but this is big league, hard ball and it’s easy to be deceived. There are ever so many considerations, but please do Mr. President, remember who it was who advanced this Barr and his nomination.

    The law has always been used to give substantial, established, propertied interests an edge. Roseau perhaps, said it best. “The law is a good thing for a man with property and a bad thing for the man without.” Justice always plays second fiddle, imperfect, if anything at all, an also ran at best. But then, neither is Barr any King Solomon. He has no right to play as, if he were. That’s the huff and puff of insider, club hypocrisy. None of those rationales are truthful, factual, or are in Barr’s job description and while he certainly puts on airs of probity; he hasn’t been quite canonized just yet. This is the same professional class in service to our leadership elites who have betrayed us, creating in the process, the crisis, which is today America.

    A.G. Barr’s public statement yesterday as to why he won’t be restoring credibility to rule of law, or the confidence of the American people in the FBI, the Justice Department and the office of the Presidency was made in the teeth of the President’s statements put forth just the day before on Sunday TV. Barr’s statement was meant to reassure the hidden, establishment and bureaucratic interests he really represents. Remember when he threatened to resign? Trump called his bluff and he backed up fast. Back then he still had his dirty, “Spoiler” work as the head of the DOJ before him. Now, he has the election and a perfidious McConnell senate to shield him.

    The entire nation can now see Barr for what he really represents. He refused to prosecute the Director of the FBI for publicly, self confessed perjury and theft of government property and he refused to prosecute the Assistant Director of the FBI. In fact, he hasn’t prosecuted anyone. To my mind, the Attorney General deserves less respect than a common street prostitute who, at least doesn’t insult our intelligence by pontificating on infusing the world with love.

    AG Barr is hardly any better and perhaps worse than the aforementioned whore. He is a highly educated, accomplished professional in service to the establishment, a salary man and a hypocrite who uses the law to protect hidden interests while refusing to uphold his own sworn oath to that same law. He is a traitor actually, to both the principles of law and the republic, which established them. Barr has proven a bitter disappointment to the American people and the President who appointed him, but then he always knew why he went there and what he intended to do. You see these swamp elites are simply bidding their time, putting up with all this populism, which used be know as democracy, tolerating us, the people. After all we are rather gouache and our best interests tend to threaten their privilege.

    Go ahead. Please do, read his statement for yourself. The Attorney General as Roman senator instructing the mob on eternal values pleasing to the gods, if you can believe it. And now ask yourself. Who is this pompous, self effacing, over inflated, pontificating, bag pipe blowing buffoon to be commandeering the law. And who does he think he’s fooling, insular and despicable in his tax payer funded, wood paneled offices ? Oh, and yeah, I told you so way back then, but then hey, I’m just some farmer out in the provinces, a Victor Davis Hanson wanna-be (agricula).

    1. Gregg - May 19, 2020

      I appreciate the much improved rewrite Marty Lopez.

      I never intend for my comments to become articles unto themselves, but they often do and I have a difficult time proof reading them and despite rereading them several times I still find grammatical errors after I post.

      I appreciate your depth and passion along with Phineas and Jimmy and others, I learn a lot from their views and always look forward to their (and your) comments.

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