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The Anti-Bill Barr Smear Campaign

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Posted By: MissMolly, 4/13/2019 5:05:08 AM

The campaign against Attorney General Bill Barr is in full swing. We are told that he’s a tawdry tool of Donald Trump, that he’s disgracing himself and sullying his reputation, that he’s the equivalent of a Roy Cohn, the sleazy lawyer who once represented Trump back in New York. The criticism of Barr reached a crescendo this week after he used the word “spying” in congressional testimony to refer to the surveillance of Trump campaign officials in 2016. The reaction to his testimony was absurdly over-the-top. Yes, the word “spying” has a negative connotation, but it’s functionally indistinguishable from “surveiling.”

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Reply 1 - Posted by: George R. 4/13/2019 6:21:52 AM (No. 32459)
I have zero faith in William Barr, not that I agree with the media, but because he is besties with Mueller. It´s wholly impossible Mohave any affection for Robert Mueller and maintain one´s integrity. Read about the Anthrax investigation, the Whitey Bulger protection, where mueller imprissoned two men he knew were innocent.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: M2 4/13/2019 6:46:31 AM (No. 32441)
Every time somebody pursues a Democrat, without fail forces arrayed against the pursuer are marshaled for a scorched-earth search and destroy mission. Barr is now their target.

Mueller may have overstepped his authority, but he came out at the right place. I wish Barr well.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: F15 Gork 4/13/2019 6:53:07 AM (No. 32452)
Doing the work Jeff Sessions refused to do....
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Rinktum 4/13/2019 6:58:31 AM (No. 32456)
Frankly, I don’t know what to think but I certainly am hoping and praying that Barr is the right man for the job. Maybe he has the good sense to realize that he can be on the right side of history. In fact, he could go down in history as a real hero who restores the country’s faith in our judicial system, upholds the rule of law and reinforces the principle of equality under the law. It could be some name he makes for himself if he handles this matter with integrity and honor. Americans don’t want another partisan witch hunt, we want justice applied equally.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: happy conservative 4/13/2019 9:01:06 AM (No. 32448)
Praying this guy looks like Clark Kent but rips off the costume to reveal Superman and redeem the shreds of the DOJ and FBI.

Look, Mr. Barr may be establishment, but I believe he´s after the integrity of the DOJ and FBI. May the Lord give him wisdom to navigate the minefield of the coup.

MAGA!!! KAG!!! Hang on to your britches, and pray for this sheriff!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: winnie1 4/13/2019 9:02:40 AM (No. 32455)
Barr knew one way of testing the water is to throw out a trial balloon for reaction. IT WORKED!
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Reply 7 - Posted by: bpl40 4/13/2019 9:20:35 AM (No. 32450)
His statements and positions so far suggest he could be up to challenging the Swamp. Only time will tell. He is like Lt. Col. Nicholson in the movie Bridge on the River Kwai. He is pulling up the cable in the sand. What he is going to find at the other end of the wire is three black women - Loretta Lynch. Susan Rice and Valerie Jarrett. Which one will fall on the plunger to save the Kenyan´s sorry a** remains to be seen!
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Reply 8 - Posted by: JackBurton 4/13/2019 9:27:53 AM (No. 32458)
Having Mueller work with Barr on this is like having Rosenstein help write the summary.

Mueller and Rosenstein are bought and paid for Democrats. If they sign off on the redactions and summary, how can anyone complain...

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Reply 9 - Posted by: tom7 4/13/2019 9:37:45 AM (No. 32454)
I think they have "Roy Cohn", McCarthy´s sidekick, confused with Michael Cohen, Trump´s New York lawyer. The NRO editors´ credibility is going downhill fast.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: bighambone 4/13/2019 10:11:32 AM (No. 32451)
Unfortunately by putting the statement in his short summary to the effect that the Mueller Investigation failed to exonerate President Trump of obstruction of justice in firing James Comey that was the real catalyst for initiating the Mueller Investigation, it looks like AG Barr was throwing his buddy Comey a bone.

Since it is obvious that Mueller knew from the get-go that there was no “collusion” between Trump and the Russians to steal the election from Hillary Clinton, as top FBI Super Bureaucrats on the Mueller team already knew that fact. So why would Trump need to be exonerated for obstruction of justice as there was no crime that Trump could have obstructed in the first place?

It was not obstruction of justice when Trump fired Comey as Trump as President has the constitutional authority to fire any politically appointed bureaucrat in the Executive Branch for any reason or even no reason, or just presidential discretion. After being fired it was Comey who instigated the initiation of the Mueller Investigation that was worked through to its conclusion finding that there was no “collusion” between Trump and the Russians.

If a President firing an FBI Director when the FBI has ongoing investigations is obstructing justice because of those ongoing investigations, no President could never fire any FBI Director as the FBI always has ongoing investigations.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Congar 4/13/2019 10:12:06 AM (No. 32449)
Justifiably insult a Democrat and suddenly nearly every newspaper in the America is printing stories about what a one eyed monster you are.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: O.G. Mom 4/13/2019 10:25:18 AM (No. 32453)
Roy Cohn in fact, did work for Trump obviously years ago. So NRO is correct.

As far as Barr, the only thing Democrats and the Democrat state media know when the truth is being told, is rage. They are seriously unhinged, devoid of ideas and acting like tantrum throwing two year olds. It is sad and dangerous. But this is where we are.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Holeymoses 4/13/2019 10:37:19 AM (No. 32440)
When all else fails, there is always semantics to the rescue for the Dems. Put your hands over your ears, little darlinings, squeezing your eyes didn´t help, this won´t either.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: VietVet68 4/13/2019 11:01:44 AM (No. 32444)
There´s a simple message here and the sooner all conservatives understand it the better off we´ll be.

Leftists hate us...pure and simple. There will never be any amount of appeasement that will satisfy them and only the complete elimination of conservatism will placate their hate for us.

The attempt by RINOs to cross the aisle to reach consensus with liberals simply means capitulating to their demands. In this respect leftists are very much like Muslims and it explains their affinity and support for Islam.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: sherlock1 4/13/2019 11:19:58 AM (No. 32442)
"Unfortunately by putting the statement in his short summary to the effect that the Mueller Investigation failed to exonerate... it looks like AG Barr was throwing his buddy Comey a bone."

Disagree. Mueller spoke out on something he admits is not his call to make, so Barr had to lay it out now, rather than let it become the candy bar in the manure-pile for the Dems to joyously find later!

I don´t think Mueller made his ol´ buddy very happy with that move!
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Franz 4/13/2019 11:20:18 AM (No. 32447)
Neville Chamberlain would be proud of the RINOs.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Nevadadad46 4/13/2019 11:53:37 AM (No. 32457)
The deep state and their cronies doing all they can to delegitimize Barr before he gets going. As soon as one arrest is made, Barr will be called Trump´s agent provocateur, the "King Pin" for the Evil Trumpian pogrom destroying "Dedicated civil servants".
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Reply 18 - Posted by: gone2pot 4/13/2019 12:10:06 PM (No. 32460)
The Marxists and their propagandists are ridiculously transparent. If Barr was signaling he believed there was Russian collusion, they´d deify the guy.

However, until Carter Page, General Flynn and George Papadopoulos are made whole, completely made whole AND receive HUGE damage awards AND ALL the criminals involved in the coup; ALL OF THEM are tried, sentenced and are serving their prison sentences, Barr is nothing more than a deep state garden gnome, period. Sorry, but my turnip truck wounds healed in 1995.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: pensom2 4/13/2019 12:17:52 PM (No. 32443)
Barr knows how the DOJ should run, and how it has malfunctioned since 2008. He is uniquely suited to reshaping the department and ferreting out the criminals.

However, Lynch left the DOJ full-staffed with rabid dem attorneys and staffers. Sessions did nothing to reverse this threat and burden. Barr knows he´ll have to carefully--cautiously--tiptoe through this minefield and hire new/additional attorneys to investigate the Comey/Strzok/Page/Bruce Ohr/Nellie Ohr/McCabe/Brennan/Clapper/Yates criminal actions and bring indictments where possible, in order to restore faith in the rule of law.

To do all this, Barr is even willing to tolerate limited association with Mueller and Rosenstein for now. These associations provide him with a patina of nonpartisanship that disables his most strident critics--for now.

Barr is genuinely treading through a minefield. God bless him.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: cor-vet 4/13/2019 12:20:31 PM (No. 32446)
Barr needs to send a list of suspected anti-Trump attorneys and staffers to the President, so he can fire them. Rosenstein needs to be the 1st to go.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: JoElla Bee 4/13/2019 12:24:55 PM (No. 32445)
Why should close friends or loved ones with beliefs and opinions different from his own necessarily prevent AG Barr, or anyone else, from being his own person?
He hasn´t given any reason to doubt his integrity. He has the experience, knows and understands the place and the people, and seems to have good judgment, and to be able to keep his own counsel. Along with #4, I don´t know anything for certain. None of us do. But, if we recognize his importance to our Republic´s preservation, then surely he must too.
I´m praying for his guidance, wisdom, knowledge, understanding, protection and strength. I´m giving him the benefit of the doubt without judging him by anyone else´s actions, and I´m praying with all of my heart that he is the man that I hope and believe him to be.
Most of all I´m praying for God to have mercy on us, and that good will prevail, and evil will backfire on itself.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: DVC 4/13/2019 1:02:48 PM (No. 32439)
Lawyer friends have told me that a lawyer in court needs to be absolutely sure that he knows the answer he/she will get when he/she asks a question in a hearing.

The Sen. Shaheen (Idiot-NH) asked a ´loose cannon´ question that, in her Dem ignorance, THOUGHT she knew the answer to.

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen: "So you are not suggesting, though, that spying occurred?"
AG Barr: "I think there was spying did occur, yes, I think spying did occur."

OOPS, the truth was revealed.

And the Dems are now scared, and trying to ´kill the messenger´.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: BigTimeTrumper 4/13/2019 7:53:08 PM (No. 32461)
The dog that yips the loudest is the one hit by the thrown stone.....Lots of guilty dogs are yippin...showing us all exactly who they are...
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