William Barr Fires Dana Boente, Identifies Antifa as Riot Organizers

The Evening Campaign Update

William Barr’s big adventure took two huge steps on Saturday.

First, Attorney General Barr went out of his way to call out the domestic terrorist and Democrat support group Antifa as one of the main organizers behind the nationwide set of riots happening in Democrat-controlled big cities this weekend. He also took great pains to note that the crossing of state lines to organize or participate in riots is a federal crime.

Here’s an outtake from his speech:

Groups of outside radicals and agitators are exploiting the situation to pursue their own separate and violent agenda.

In many places, it appears the violence is planned, organized, and driven by anarchistic and far left extremists, using Antifa-like tactics, many of whom travel from out of state to promote the violence.

We must have law and order on our streets and in our communities, and it is the responsibility of the local and state leadership, in the first instance, to halt this violence. The Department of Justice (including the FBI, Marshals, ATF, and DEA), and all of our 93 U.S. Attorneys across the country, will support these local efforts and take all action necessary to enforce federal law.

In that regard, it is a federal crime to cross state lines or to use interstate facilities to incite or participate in violent rioting. We will enforce these laws.”

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Boom. Obviously, Mr. Barr has intelligence showing that Antifa is behind this violence and mayhem, just as I speculated in this morning’s Campaign Update. Barr’s speech today was obviously a stage-setter for action to come.

Second came the news mid-afternoon that the FBI’s top lawyer, the corrupt clown Dana Boente – who was hand-picked for the job by Rod Rosenstein and Christopher Wray – was allowed to “resign” his position on Friday rather than suffer the indignity of an outright firing. In it’s fake report on the matter, NBC News hilariously attempts to tie the firing to recent criticism Boente had received on Fox News for his role in the framing of General Michael Flynn, a role that included withholding exculpatory documents from Flynn’s defense team.

The fact of the matter here is that Boente has been a bad actor for a long, long time and should have never been given any position within the Trump Administration. The fact that he has held multiple positions within the DOJ since 2017 is a testament to how poorly managed and corrupt the institution has remained, although it certainly does appear to be suddenly making strides under Barr’s leadership.

Of special note here is that the firing of Boente was ordered by Barr and the DOJ, in the process going right over the head of the worthless, corrupt FBI Director Wray. This is a show of incredible disrespect, one that Wray has richly earned.

No one should be the least bit surprised if Wray’s is the next head on the chopping block, since there is literally no one in Washington, DC who has the slightest respect for the way he has handled his job. The firing of Boente also leaves Wray without many, if any, real friends within the Bureau’s top management. Anyone who has ever been in upper management in any organization knows how crucial it is to have a loyal support group around you.

With Ric Grenell currently out of government, I continue to hold out hope that Barr and President Donald Trump will find a new senior position for him to fill. Sure would be nice to have a vacancy atop the FBI to plug him into, wouldn’t it?

Of course, Grenell could never be confirmed to the FBI Director job by the current Senate. But, as we have seen over the last three months, this is a guy who can accomplish a hell of a lot in a 180-day assignment in an “acting” role.

Go for it, Mr. President. As you love to say, what have you got to lose?

That is all.

Today’s news moves at a faster pace than ever. Whatfinger.com is my go-to source for keeping up with all the latest events in real time.

14 thoughts on “William Barr Fires Dana Boente, Identifies Antifa as Riot Organizers

  1. Silas - May 30, 2020

    Not ready break out in song but getting a little more optimistic about Barr. I have been saying for some time to any willing to listen to my nattering, that these things take time, especially when you want a water and air tight case. Not to mention there have probably been a few stones that got turned over and nasty little things were discovered that needed a thorough examining.

    Really excited about the Antifa statement. Now all it takes are some LEOs and Sheriffs to get a pair and start arresting the bastiches, charge them under the specific law and start throwing them in jail. Speedy trials for one and all. Maximum bail. Maximum fines and penalties for all as well!

    1. brian - May 30, 2020

      uummmm Would the antidfa criminal be charged in a Dem controlled court, in that Dem controlled State???

      Which means they will be set lose and the granny the cops nabbed going out to check her mailbox without a mask, will be tossed into that cage with a few covid positive animals just for good measure. I mean really, fair is fair. /s

  2. brian - May 30, 2020

    Can an acting director still be confirmed and appointed director??

    I think the whole of the Republican party, minus rino’s, would be in favour of Grenell as FBI head. Trump should also welcome back Flynn and insert him into the CIA position… cya Gina.. There would be more than a few heads explode.

    As for Barr… While its good news hes come out early, I think not by choice, and did identify antifa-like tactics but didn’t say antifa was a domestic terror group. Prosecutions to come, likely, ie property damge, disorderly conduct etc. Federal prosecutions, unlikely.

    Will the financiers be gone after, unlikely. Barr is good at signaling but poor on followup. When heads actually roll… THAT will be when people will say ok… now keep going. Just to much talk and nothing done… zero to date since his appointment. At least Sessions was after and charged pedo’s and MJ users… which MJ targets were stupid. Barr has???????

  3. brian - May 30, 2020

    Or… proper police action, imo, Hope this officer doesn’t lose his job as he did do the right thing. I don’t envy the LEO’s job and certainly appreciate those in the service that ARE there to make a difference and not the thugs who thrive on the power.

    If you are LEO, many Thx, but tread lightly until after Nov 3rd because the communists are looking for ANY excuse to keep the lawlessness and race riots going. Don’t give them fuel and stand up against those that are thugs in uniform.

  4. Larry Folds - May 30, 2020

    Hanging is too good for these coup creators. They should be jailed just like ANTIFA should be disbanded and brought to justice along with the democrat politicians who support them. As Van Jones so eloquently put it. “They have a virus in their heads that make them hate.”

  5. Jimmy MacAfee - May 30, 2020

    Going over Wray’s head, and forcing Wray to get rid of Boente…humiliating for Wray. This is the signal I’ve been waiting for from Barr, even though it’s just a start. I want the heads of those who tipped off CNN when they conducted – under Wray’s watch – the illegal and disgusting photo op of the arrest of Roger Stone. Who tipped off CNN? The level of unprofessionalism is astounding, staggering.

    Boente of the fake FISA warrant, on Flynn? A lot of people are speculating that Wray will be next, saying he has very few allies left. Unfortunately, he’s gonna be around until late June. Maybe they’ll keep him penned in or force him to take overdue vacation, but they need to strip him of security clearances. Or watch him day and night.

    The fascist ANTIFA is planning an event in my area – I will keep my powder dry, unless they actually do something to my house, my property or my neighbors’ properties
    (Amazing how accurate a 25-06 or a 7m magnum is from a distance; a good hunter could shoot a molotov cocktail out of someone’s throwing arm from at least 100 meters, with a good sight!) Powder: dry. Let’s keep it that way.

    They claim that the group is loosely organized, but after their advertisement for tryouts in preparation for Richmond, it’s clear that someone is paying the bill. Again, the busses are the key. They may arrange other forms of transportation, but so far, this is what they’ve used, except where they’ve shown up in small numbers. Then they borrowed Mommy’s soccer mom transport – (look out for minivans and SUVs filled with losers also known as INCELS.) Subaru wagons, things like that. .

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - May 30, 2020
  6. D3F1ANT - May 31, 2020

    “Boom”? Big deal. Barr named Antifa and said he’d enforce the law…and nobody gets arrested or indicted…as usual. We need to stop celebrating Barr’s endless empty promises.

  7. LadyJane - May 31, 2020

    Barr is like McConnell. Lots of talk, no action.

  8. Straight talk - May 31, 2020

    They also burned down a US Post Office, which is a major federal crime…

    1. brian - May 31, 2020

      Perhaps but was the intent to burn it down?? /s

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