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Bill Barr reveals his true colors... again

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Posted By: Magnante, 9/7/2022 4:35:14 AM

Former Attorney General William Barr during an interview on Fox News last week said that if Trump did indeed have a standing order to declassify all documents that he took with him as he left the White House, that would amount to a worse abuse than actually taking the documents. (snip) Barr called the order to appoint a special master a “deeply flawed” decision. (snip) Now, Barr is urging the Department of Justice to appeal Judge Cannon’s “deeply flawed” ruling. For the media this is the gold they dream of, a former Trump cabinet member attacking him. They carried on with glee.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: PChristopher 9/7/2022 4:42:50 AM (No. 1270574)
If Trump has an Achilles heel, it's his blindness to the fact that many people he appoints are not patriotic in the same way that he is and who are genuine backstabbers.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 9/7/2022 4:46:25 AM (No. 1270575)
No wonder Barr's confirmation hearing for his AG job went so smoothly.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: judy 9/7/2022 4:58:42 AM (No. 1270583)
It sounds like Barr has the Liz... I really hate Trump disease...aka Trump Derangement Syndrome...TDS
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Richard from Norwood 9/7/2022 5:00:58 AM (No. 1270586)
Just my opinion; Barr is like a serpent crawling in the grass. Worse than a despicable traitor!!!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: MissGrits 9/7/2022 5:34:29 AM (No. 1270600)
A person’s friends tell you a lot. Who gets the high fives and from whom when they enter a room? Who wants a photo op with whom? Example: The minute I heard Fauci was an admirer of Hillary … I knew he was a liar and LOTS of trouble. I’d have fired him long before COVID ever hit!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Kutchk 9/7/2022 5:46:26 AM (No. 1270605)
Just another swamp dwelling Chinese money millionaire cockroach fearing the light.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: DW626 9/7/2022 5:47:20 AM (No. 1270606)
Poster #2 makes a great point. This poster thinks that the pudgy fat bagpipe boy has something to fear, and some things to hide. His actions and words appear to be running interference for himself and his fellow swamp comrades. On a side note…for some reason barr reminds me of Dennis Hastert.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: DCGIRL 9/7/2022 5:57:49 AM (No. 1270608)
I believe Barr was GW's AG. The Bush, Chaney, Clinton, Obamas is a private club that attacks Trump and his followers. Barr is part of this club.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 9/7/2022 6:14:29 AM (No. 1270613)
Somebody's finally paying attention to him again, can't let that go.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Rinktum 9/7/2022 6:27:18 AM (No. 1270618)
FTA: “ Nobody expected Barr to be partisan, he just had to do his job.” He did not and now look at the mess his inaction has caused. I cannot believe any honest AG after seeing everything that has been revealed about the Biden’s still had zero interest into investigating them especially when he had the evidence (the laptop) in his possession. His lack of curiosity tells me he did not want to know which brings us to where we are today with a lawless, corrupt, oppressive administration trampling the Constitution, and rule of law. So many people tasked to uphold the law have just checked out in the face of the democrats rampant lawlessness and should face the harshest of consequences. They took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States from all enemies both foreign and domestic and when it was relentlessly attacked, they did nothing or worse, participated in it. #1, I challenge you to fill all the positions that President Trump was required to fill going into that corrupt city of vipers. I honestly believe Trump did not expect the depth of depraved corruption with which he was met. The political world is different than the business world. While both are cut throat entities, President Trump expected love of country and respect for the rule of law to be a driving force in Washington. He was met with vicious partisanship and an evil on a level he never expected. His fault may have been that he believed the people in Washington actually loved the country and wanted to do right by its citizens as he did. Naive? Maybe. Understandable? Certainly. Will he make the same mistake again? I think not.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: lakerman1 9/7/2022 6:39:36 AM (No. 1270623)
#5, DJT was in a rough spot with Kung Flu Fauci, Birx and the head if NIH had agreed to a sort of suicide pact - if DJT fired one of them, all three would quit. And that would have caused an impossible environment for DJT. Barr is a different - he is an exemplar for one of DJT;s flaws -failing to have a functioning HR in the White House. When DJT wins back the presidency, he has got to appoint an HR person who is tough as nails. That person has to make sure that a Fiona Hill, or the fat Ukrainian lt.col., are never hired. Pompeo, as VP, would be perfect for the job. Pompeo could hire the polygraph examiner who handles Maury Povich stuff - Maury is retiring - and polygraph every person, no matter the job, who would work in the White House. No moles no mo! Having Pompeo do the work would remove DJT from the nitty gritty, and free him up to do more things to Make America Great again. It would also help prepare Pompeo for president, 2028. If I were younger, I would apply to help Pompeo on his assignment. But now, being elderly I can only offer advice from the sidelines.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: FJB 2022 23 24 9/7/2022 6:41:38 AM (No. 1270625)
Either he is hiding something that compromises him or more than likely he was a swamp rat from the start. Then of course he could have been bought, but whatever the case, he needs to be kicked to the curb and recognized for what he is, a despicable as*ho*e that no one should listen to.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: F15 Gork 9/7/2022 6:58:26 AM (No. 1270637)
His true color? Yellow.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Pearson365 9/7/2022 7:14:47 AM (No. 1270643)
Missing from article is the video of Barr and FBI Director Wray at the retirement ceremony for then Ass’t AG Rod Rosenstein, the signer of the last two FISA affidavits. Rosenstein attested to the FISC judges in 2017 that the DoJ had verified the information that allowed them to continue spying on Carter Page over the false Russian collusion charge. Court permission to eavesdrop on Page allowed the FBI to spy on anyone that Page had contact with during/after the 2016 campaign, including President Trump. Rosenstein also offered to “wear a wire” for his meeting with Trump in 2017-18 in order to prove that Trump was unfit for the Oval Office. Finally, it was Rosenstein who selected Robert Mueller, who was apparently in early stage of dementia, to spend 2 years, $40 milllion + trying desperately to somehow link Trump to Russia. The only purpose of Mueller’s abusive investigation was to have the DoJ and FBI leak misleading stories to The NY Times and MSNBC hinting at evidence that Vladimir Putin was the real reason Trump defeated St Hillary of Chardonnay. Finally, Barr was the AG when Jeffrey Epstein “hung himself” while in federal custody in the Manhattan House of Detention. In a cell with inoperable security cameras and two federal guards who spent hours sleeping rather than performing 30 minute walk byes. And it was Barr’s DoJ who collected Epstein’s voluminous client lists and videos that seemingly disappeared into the FBI’s “Save for potential embarrassment of a candidate” file.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Red Jeep 9/7/2022 7:22:04 AM (No. 1270649)
Is Fox News calling Barr to publicize his TDS, or is Barr calling Fox to express his TDS? Why is Barr all of a sudden popping up now?
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Reply 16 - Posted by: downnout 9/7/2022 7:24:56 AM (No. 1270653)
It sounds like Barr knows Trump didn’t pack all those boxes, it was done by archivists. So why come down on Trump?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 9/7/2022 7:24:58 AM (No. 1270654)
President Trump was already in office for two years - - when he appointed this fat traitor. No excuses - - he was President Trump's biggest blunder. Two AG appointments - - two big whiffs. Let's pray there isn't a third swing-and-a-miss next time.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: earlybird 9/7/2022 7:31:53 AM (No. 1270659)
Attention grab. Does he have a book coming out? Plans to run for something or be a member of the nect Dem or RINO regime? He doesn’t give a damn about our country.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: earlybird 9/7/2022 7:33:21 AM (No. 1270660)
What #10 said.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Periwinkel 9/7/2022 7:44:31 AM (No. 1270670)
The old, fat, has-been denizen of the swamp is really POd with the next President of the United States, isn't he?
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Reply 21 - Posted by: bpl40 9/7/2022 7:56:43 AM (No. 1270677)
Failing to investigate complaints of vote fraud that came to him immediately after the election of 2020 is a high crime against the American people.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: franq 9/7/2022 8:06:14 AM (No. 1270685)
Actors strutting about on a stage. I look back on all the "conservatives" I put faith in and am amazed.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: udanja99 9/7/2022 8:20:15 AM (No. 1270700)
So, Bill, what’s your take on the 30 million pages of documents which 0bama has stashed away in a warehouse in Chicago? Do you think that there’s nothing classified in there or do you think that Smidgen de-classified them all before having them trucked out of the WH? Do you think that that warehouse is any more secure than Mar-a-Lago?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: 3XALADY 9/7/2022 8:34:20 AM (No. 1270709)
#11 I'm not sure Pompeo is on our side.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Speedypetey 9/7/2022 9:03:58 AM (No. 1270752)
My opinion is Bill Barr came in as a wealthy corporate attorney with many masters and today he has a different set of masters to maintain his elitist lifestyle.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: proactus 9/7/2022 9:28:09 AM (No. 1270776)
Roseanne is going to be the most popular Barr again.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Venturer 9/7/2022 9:50:40 AM (No. 1270802)
I assumed that all former Presidents who took some of their papers with them declassified them before leaving.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: bighambone 9/7/2022 9:56:01 AM (No. 1270812)
Well Barr is a “Bushie” who went along to get along with the DC political “UniParty”, the DC bureaucratic “Deep State”, and the DC “swamp” in general, so what would you expect him to say? It is now clear that after being elected and arriving in DC, Trump was essentially a one man MAGA show, who essentially found himself in a position were he found himself having to take recommendations concerning high level personnel appointments from the DC Establishment Republicans, and sometimes even covert RINOS who were out to sabotage Trump and his administration from the get go.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: FLCracker 9/7/2022 9:56:47 AM (No. 1270814)
Since Day One, the Dems/Progs/Libs have wanted to get ahold of Trump's IRS records. Well, now it looks like they have. "Special Master" injunction nothwithstanding, the FBI has custody of those records. Do we think they don't know how to use a copy machine?
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Reply 30 - Posted by: 901AtTheRiver 9/7/2022 10:16:45 AM (No. 1270837)
The raid on the Trump home was conducted for the purpose of finding opposition research materials, same as Watergate but under color of law. It was unprecedented in history except for Watergate. Now we are told that the warrant was all legal but we are not allowed to see the documents predicate to issue of the warrant. What is most obvious is that democrats are totally terrified of Donald J. Trump.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: judy 9/7/2022 10:52:19 AM (No. 1270874)
Barr never appeared on Fox unless he was selling his he's on every day.. Please Fox don't allow Barr to keep interrupting & ask him why it took almost 2 years, why did they need 30 armed agents, what does he think of the whistleblowers, did Trump ask him for his resignation....Barr's interviews are worse than Liz's derangement..It sounds like Barr is making it veryyyyyy personal...TDS Trump Derangement Syndrome
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Reply 32 - Posted by: DVC 9/7/2022 10:52:46 AM (No. 1270876)
Barr has always been a lying, crooked Deep State NeverTrumper. He just hid it for a while.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: Melanie 9/7/2022 11:09:48 AM (No. 1270885)
World's largest weasel...belongs in the Guinness Book of Records.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: BeatleJeff 9/7/2022 11:18:05 AM (No. 1270892)
Saw him this morning on Dana Perino's Fox News show twisting himself into pretzel knots trying to excuse and justify the Regime's treacherous behavior against Trump. I'd say Barr is a massive (dare I say "Big Fat?") disappointment, but then again I shouldn't be surprised by the product of the Swamp.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: mindsport 9/7/2022 11:28:45 AM (No. 1270903)
Bill decided to make a little extra cash as a special talk show guest to supplement his government pension, while making sure he will still be invited to Swamp parties.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: GoodDeal 9/7/2022 11:42:45 AM (No. 1270912)
Barr is a complete deep state woke communist.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: pensom2 9/7/2022 11:57:26 AM (No. 1270918)
#8 said, "I believe Barr was GW's AG." No, Barr was attorney general for two years during the administration of George Herbert Walker Bush.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: danu 9/7/2022 12:52:28 PM (No. 1270955)
monsieur's palette is black w/ a wide white dorsal stripe, the scent of le pew , and a yellow liver.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: Geoman 9/7/2022 2:31:18 PM (No. 1271035)
RE: #10 - In your spirited defense of Trump's key appointment decisions, including the challenge to #1 to fill the positions Trump had to fill, even though #1 wasn't putting himself out there as presidential material by running for the office, the reasonable conclusion of your words is that Trump was not prepared for the realities of the presidency in 2017 and the players in Washington, D.C. You conclude that he would not make the same mistake again. I've not heard Trump address the issue and indicate what he would do differently; however, it may be a bit early in the 2024 combined presidential election cycle for that, for which I give him much credit for not prematurely nudging the 2022 national elections off the rails or completely out of the water. Perhaps you are correct but not even my personal favorite president, Ronald Reagan, was a perfect politician in selecting cabinet members (e.g. Jame Watt) or in quashing poor policy choices by Congress and special interests (e.g., illegal immigration amnesty). Reagan also failed to dispute the "trickle-down economics" theory that was wrongly attributed to him and Bush 43, and correct that intentional democrat/media misconception by stating and defining that he was an adherent of "supply-side" economic theory, which brought double digit inflation down to mid-single digits. So even great leaders make mistakes and it does not contribute to future greatness to pretend otherwise.
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Posted by Imright 9/8/2022 6:57:17 AM Post Reply
Joe Biden last month announced a new team to lead the White House’s national monkeypox response. “Biden named FEMA’s Robert Fenton as the White House National Monkeypox Response Coordinator and Dr. Demetre Daskalakis as the White House National Monkeypox Response Deputy Coordinator.” the White House recently said in a press release. “Demetre Daskalakis, a leading public health expert, is currently Director of the CDC Division of HIV Prevention.
Italy: Peer-Reviewed Study Finds ‘Metal-Like
Objects’ in 94% of Individuals With
Reported mRNA Vaccine Side Effects
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Posted by GustoGrabber 9/8/2022 6:33:56 AM Post Reply
A peer-reviewed study in Italy found that 94% of people who experienced side effects after receiving mRNA vaccines had abnormal blood and contained foreign matter one month after vaccination, Epoch Times reported. This new study was published in August 2022 in the open access peer-reviewed journal, International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research (IJVTPR). Starting in March 2021, three Italian surgeons analyzed peripheral blood, using a single drop from each of 1,006 symptomatic participants who had had at least one mRNA injection (from Pfizer or Moderna.)
New Mexico judge bans Cowboys for Trump
co-founder from holding public office
for life
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Posted by ladydawgfan 9/8/2022 3:32:45 AM Post Reply
A New Mexico state district court judge has banned Cowboys for Trump co-founder Couy Griffin from holding public office for life following his conviction for trespassing on Jan. 6 at the US Capitol. [Video] 9NEWS) State District Court Judge Francis Mathew issued the ruling on Tuesday asserting that Griffin had engaged in insurrection and violated the 14th Amendment, according to the Daily Mail. The determination prohibits Griffin from holding or seeking local or federal office and is the first ruling of its kind. The constitutionality of such a ruling will almost certainly be challenged.
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