AG William Barr: Expect Mueller Report “Within a Week”….

Attorney General General William Barr told lawmakers today the public can expect to have the redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference “within a week.”  AG Barr noted his team is working with the special counsel to provide “explanatory notes” describing the basis for each redaction.  WATCH:

Full congressional hearing below:

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176 Responses to AG William Barr: Expect Mueller Report “Within a Week”….

  1. sundance says:

    Mueller report “speaks for itself”…

    Liked by 35 people

  2. sundance says:

    No plan to claim “executive privilege”…

    Liked by 30 people

    • GB Bari says:

      DemoncRATs simply are not used to non-activist members of the DOJ and the Judiciary who refuse to contort and stretch the law (i.e., engage in Leftwing Lawfare) so as to give the DemoncRATs some advantage over their political enemies.

      It is quite obvious the DemoncRATs on this committee are seethingly angry that AG Barr isn’t going to roll over for them and do their bidding. This Mr. Case almost clenched his jaw while he glared at thr AG a few times. They were fleeting moments but quite delicious.

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  3. webgirlpdx says:

    AG Barr looks like a guy I wouldn’t want to pi$$ off….

    Liked by 14 people

  4. gingergal says:

    I like this guy.

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  5. Publius2016 says:

    fishing expedition on 45…years of surveillance…destruction of attorney client privilege…breach of presidential transition documents…leaks of classified and privileged information…

    EAT IT!

    Every abuse of Constitutional protections will live in infamy: Mueller Arnold Obama

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    • CM-TX says:

      Good… so now those once afforded legal protections, can circle back & bite them in their arses– during their pathetic attempts at a defense. 👍

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  6. deepdivemaga says:

    I listened to the first two hours or so. Barr wasn’t taking any B.S. or falling into any trap questions from the Dems. He stood strong when he needed to and didn’t elaborate much after the first few questions in regards to the Mueller probe. So far so good, let’s see how he responds to the Nunes referrals this week.

    He also mentioned that he expects the IG report into FISA abuse to be concluded by May or June, which is encouraging. He himself plans to look into it as well, if he feels it warrants an investigation (he is still getting caught up).

    No mention of Huber from what I heard in the hearing though, perhaps someone else caught a mention of him.

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    • dwpender says:

      I fear “expecting” May or June means circa June 25 we’ll start hearing “early next month.” In July, we’ll hear “could be as soon as” …..

      I know I should never take counsel of my fears.

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      • Tony Clarke says:

        Stonewall! Great quote to live by.

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      • Dutchman says:

        dwp;
        Assume your referring to previous I.G. reports. IIRC, One of those was the report that was delayed, due to the page/strox texts. Some ‘explosive’ texts were only recovered, as the report was ALMOST ready for release, and he delayed the report so they could be included.

        Do you want it FAST, or to include EVERYTHING?

        We would know NOTHING about the “lovers text”, not the “insurance policy”, not the “andys office meeting”, not the “Obama wants to be briefed” if the I.G. hadn’t refused to take “no” for an answer, when 3 seperate forensic I.T. teams told him the text were ‘unrecoverable’.

        Point is, I would rather he take the,time to get it RIGHT, rather than rush it, to satisfy my or anyone elses impatience.

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        • Ray Runge says:

          For the current FISA IG report, Rosey would be required to own his signature and not simply the weasel reply to congress about his trust of the presenting FBI agent.

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        • dreamguardian007 says:

          “Point is, I would rather he take the,time to get it RIGHT, rather than rush it, to satisfy my or anyone elses impatience.”

          Agreed, Dutch. But how can it take so lllooooonnnnngggg to figure this stuff out!? YEARS! I guess the bureaucratic beast that we’ve come to not-so-affectionately call “The Swamp” has more layers than baklava at every rung on the ladder.

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      • Julian says:

        It definitely means no FISA Declassification or indictments before July.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      If I were the AG and high level congress people threatened to leak the report, congress would never get an unredacted version of the report.

      Liked by 3 people

      • amwick says:

        too bad some smart person couldn’t encrypt a tracker into copies… digital copies… come on,,, where are the clever techno peeps…Ok, magical thinking.

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      • Sidney Powell says:

        I believe I heard him say that Congress will NOT get an unredacted version, and he does not expect anyone on Mueller team to leak it.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Barr clearly stated he has NO intention of releasing an unredacted version to the Congressional committees, and said “i don’t know where ELSE they could get an unredacted copy, except from the (special) Council,…..and that would be,….unfortunate.
        I LOVE the understatement. Didn’t even say “very unfortunate”,…
        Sending a clear warning to mueller and company, they better not, or they will hang.
        He has Soo many options,..disbarrment which he could do to weismann easily, based on his record.
        Prosecutorial misconduct, 4th amendment violations, coercion, etc.

        So, I don’t think we will see leaks. The Dem strategy is to continue with the innuendo, of “What aren’t we seeing?”

        I suspect Barr, the white hats in Congress and DJT may have some arrows available in their quiver, to put the kebash on that, as well.

        THATS the strategy of the Dems, a flawed strategy, now falling apart.

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      • snellvillebob says:

        There were over a dozen lawyers and 40 FBI agents working for Mueller who had access or partial access to the report.

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        • Chip Doctor says:

          And Barr knows who every single one of them is. He knows when they wake up, when they go to sleep and when they use the bathroom. They leak at their own risk.

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  7. Derangement Syndrome says:

    The only question is, how motivated is Barr go after the coup plotters?

    These inept career officials didn’t do a very good job of covering their tracks. This should be easy pickings.

    Hopefully Barr is more fox than beagle.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      I would put it like this: how motivated is Barr to clean up the corruption that is so obvious in the FBI and DOJ, past and present, and does he have the integrity to pursue the evidence where it takes him?

      Or will he sweep it under the rug….hold nobody accountable…..and “promise” to make it better?

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        Knowing how these career FBI, DOJ, CIA, DoS, etc. people operate, my question would be can/would AG Barr hold up under pressure (they have six ways to Sunday after all) like they have done to Manafort, Flynn, Stone and Cohen, just to mention a few.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Could be. But AG Barr can also fire some serious warning shots by staring investigations into things too so I think they would think twice. He has some serious resources at hand to deploy.

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      • amwick says:

        I think he has a very difficult road ahead… Almost like a surgeon that has to decide how much of the diseased parts can be cut out, without killing the patient

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      • mark says:

        yes, my indicator is the McCabe referral. How long is he going to sit on that?

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    • The only question is, how motivated is Barr go after the coup plotters?

      That is the question alright.

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    • Don McAro says:

      I belive Barr is VERY motivated… He took the Job with President Trump. Just take a look at how leftists are trying to make sure Kirstjen Nielsen never works again….

      If Barr Cleans house… and does it right and the dominos fall as they should… there will be NO ONE LEFT to put him in ruins

      Like President Trump said… What have you got to lose?

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  8. beach lover says:

    Finally.. a grown up in the room!

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  9. ristvan says:

    Watched this live this am. AG Barr actually said three important things taken in context of the questions he was replying to:
    1. Mueller report is self evident, and the necessary redactions will be color coded into four explanatory groups:
    a. 6(e) grand jury
    b. Classified
    c. Matter still legally pending (Stone)
    d. Peripheral third party potential harm (Corsi?)
    2. IG Horowitz FISA abuse report will be finished May or June. Big Ugly due date just announced.
    3. Getting arms around whole Crossfire Hurricane investigation. Meaning predicate and EC. And in context of the question, acknowledged the related Nunes criminal referrals coming this week that he will take seriously. Those involve both FISA and predicate intel abuse conspiracies, as Nunes explained to Maria Sunday morning.

    Going to be a very interesting year, in the Chinese curse sense of living in interesting times.

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    • LBB says:

      It was a good all around showing from Barr. I hope he is a workaholic, especially in beginning. If some of his timeline/deadlines come forth on things, I will be happy. Don’t want weeks to become months.

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    • Thank you, lurking lawyer.

      As always you delivered,. a concise easy to understand synopsis

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    • CorwinAmber says:

      so it looks like the IG report on FISA abuse will be delivered around the same time that SD posits the “anointed one” will be revealed by the Dimms…talk about your competing narratives! I have no doubt that this AG has spent some quality time with his IG from the get-go and has established the rapport necessary to proceed with alacrity once he receives the report. I’m just not sure the previous AG knew how to properly use his IG…I’m betting this one does, but I’ve been grasping at straws for so long I could open a horse farm, sigh.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      July 4th rally in DC!

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    • James M Rector says:

      Seems to me, from “our” point of view, the biggest potential concern is b, “classified”.
      As we see from the other Sundance posting on Muellers memos, they are classifying things as “sources and methods”, that are the sources and methods of the coupists.

      We classify this, cause it would expose that Halper, a long time contractor for the CIA, was instructed by his CIA handler, to try to entrap low level Trump campaign advisors,…etc.

      We classify this memo of a meeting between Brennan and his MI5 counterpart, where they agree “Trump” is an inherent threat to their NWO plans, and then they spend an hour ‘composing’ material that Brennan can purport to have recieved from british intelligence.

      In short, while the Dems may be screaming about redactions of 6e, and d, peripheral 3rd party harm (if they suspect it reflects poorly on PDJT, it seems to me we need to be concerned about how much crap Mueller is covering up, even after his investigation, under the rubric of “Classified, sources and methods”.

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      • ristvan says:

        Respectfully disagree. Because anywhere ‘classification’ becomes a major pinch point, PDJT has the absolute constitutionally unchallengeable power to declassify. Checkmate.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Touche, ristvan!
          We THINK the IG was told to hold off on making his ruling on declassifying (per PDJT request) due to Mueller investigation.

          Now that Mueller is done, IG should be proceeding with that, and it really shouldn’t take THAT long, although the list keeps getting longer.

          Now we can add Comeys additional and extensive memos to the list.

          In fact, the way its going, every week we may see MORE material that needs to be declassified and released.

          Wondering if PDJT will do it a piece at a time, like the Collins transcripts,..drip,..drip,..drip.

          Fricken Chinese water torture, for the coupists!

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    • piper567 says:

      thanks ristvan for another valuable summary.

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  10. Richie says:

    So Far So Good With Barr..But will he look at the Clinton/Biden Ukrainian Collusion?

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    • GB Bari says:

      Patience, Grasshopper.

      He has a full plate now. He has large but nonetheless somewhat limited resources to be abke to conduct so many concurrent investigations. Plus, the AG is relatively new to his position and may not yet know ALL of the current roster of people under his authority and who can be trusted vs. who cannot.

      IIMO the top priority is to remove as much as possible of the cloud of false innuendo about what might be in the Muller Report that the DemnoncRATs are trying to keep hanging over the President.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        GB, you are right about starting with top priority. The good news is that once the prosecutions start it will be like pulling a string on a sweater. These things are all tied together, so pulling on a string on the arm still unravels the whole sweater if pulled long and hard enough. You can run but you cannot hide.

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  11. Barr “humortained” a group of lightweights, who managed to ask him questions while slavering at the cameras. The chairwoman earns the cake for worst of them all with her repetition and contrite miserable manner. Who votes for these twits?

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  12. Jenevive says:

    I am not surprised he didn;t fall for thier tricks
    I can;t imagine he came out of retirement only
    to play games , go along with the coup or put
    up with their disrespect. As he said in his
    confimation hearing he doesn;t NEED this job.
    Plus this isn;t his first time in the position.

    I do wonder what was it that made him come
    out of retirement for this, I mean he is walking into a
    complete mess.

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      The romantic in me wants to believe it’s because he’s a Patriot, Jenevive.

      Of course, it won’t be the first time in my life I’ve been totally naive. 🙂

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        The idea of Barr being a patriot and wanting to see the DOJ cleaned up aligns with things Joe DiGenova has said about him. DiGenova believes that Barr will be a no nonsense AG who stands for law and order. Hopefully he’s correct.

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    • amwick says:

      Sometimes the simplest answer makes sense. Maybe he is a patriot. He has probably always been in the loop to a degree, and he did not like what was going on.

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      • Countrywatch says:

        Exactly, amwick. Meanwhile Horowitz and Huber (and possibly another?) carry on with their investigations/reports. I believe that there is going to be real accountability. President Trump has said that he is going to ensure that this sort of thing never happens again to a President. I believe that P Trump and his team have all of this under control in a very carefully planned military style operation, which has been some considerable time in the planning. Always remember that FISA can go twoways. How do you think that P Trump and team have kept abreast of all the plotting and retaliations planned by the Dems and the deep state? I think P Trump knows exactly what the score is, and has done for some considerable time. He is one amazing President.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        The Swamp has metastasized from when Barr last waded in its waters.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Ken Lawson says:

          Maybe, but maybe not, too. The Swamp has been there and been deep for a very long time. Many here seem to think it’s just in the last decade that it’s gotten really bad. But the fact is that for those of us who are old enough and have paid attention to what has gone on, it’s been this way for many decades, going back to even before Reagan’s presidency. Most people just haven’t had the access to knowledge of it, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been extremely bad for a very long time.

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    • ristvan says:

      Only my opinion, but perhaps three things.
      1. Was AG before, and doesn’t like how Holder, Lynch, and Sessions sullied ‘his’ DoJ.
      2. Appreciates what PDJT is accomplishing despite considerable legal headwinds.
      3. Patriot.

      Come to think of it, those three things are all just facets of the same Deplorable reality.

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    • lolli says:

      Maybe to make amends for his past ?
      I don’t know either. I just hope he wants to save our country and not just the government institutions.
      I am praying.

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      • Dutchman says:

        lolli;
        There is a nexus, where ‘saving our country’, and ‘saving the institutions intersect.
        Firstly, despite our feelings about it, objectively the U.S. NEEDS a functioning DOJ and FBI.

        And, they can only function if they are seen as being unbiased and impartial.

        There reputation has been terribly abused by this soft coup crap, and the only way to restore their reputation is for THEM, the FBI and DOJ to investigate and prosecute the coupists, and do it in such a way that it will clearly be seen as unbiased.

        Guilty pleas, NOT trials that,will furthrr divide the country. We need to hear them say it, in their own words.

        Anyway, Barr ain’t gonna ‘cover it up’, if he had been so inclined, he would have fallen for Lindsey Grahams poorly thrown soft ball, and assigned a SC.

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        • Tom! says:

          The U.S. needs a federal police force? In addition to local and state, why do the American people need the oppressive weight of such an agency over their lives. Our founders sure didn’t think so.

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          • GB Bari says:

            We need a federal LEA to enforce federal laws with a consistent approach, working under the same set of rules and procedures, regardless of what state they’re in.

            I don’t believe we can get that uniformity across 50+ state, territorial, and US Posession LEAs.

            Heck every state has its own internal squabbles between their state and multiple local LEAs’ jurisdiction.

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  13. Doreen Scott says:

    Finally someone in Washington that goes by the law.

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    • bakocarl says:

      And what a pity it is that most of us were put into a position for far too long of desperately wanting an AG who would impartially enforce the law as written and as intended.

      Political hacks, agenda driven idealogs, and downright crooks have held back the tide of justice to the point of destroying the system.

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  14. Susan Dyer says:

    Honestly, I don’t know how Barr didn’t jump up and scream “how many times do you want me to tell you the same thing over and over?”. These Dims are a bunch of dimwits and he was supposed to be talking about the budget not the Mueller report! I had to shut it off! I was telling at the TV too much!

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  15. Yelling not telling! Sorry

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  16. William Schneider says:

    I continue to have the highest respect for AG Barr. I prayed for him today and will continue to do so. I pray that he has the courage and integrity to fight for justice and the law with regard to president Trump and all other people involved in this infamous Mueller report. So far Barr has been rock solid in all regards. Let us all keep him in our prayers as his job is brutal at this time. God bless this man.

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  17. AnotherView says:

    I was rather surprised hearing some of Barr’s answers this morning, though I’m still a bit skeptical of him. Particularly as to why he kept Ratstein on board. But I am am hopeful.

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    • ristvan says:

      Keeping Rosenstein for a short time was IMO tactically brilliant. Weakened the ‘Barr Bias Coverup’ political angle. Forced Rosenstein to help clean up the legal mess he made. And, like any good puppy trainer, rubbing the puppy’s nose in it own mess makes it likely the puppy won’t make same mess again. Remember, Rosenstein may leave gov soon but still lives in the metro DC swamp. Puppy training is good for the future.

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  19. William Schneider says:

    As Sundance pointed out earlier Ratstein has probably been kept on to give credibility to Barr’s bottom line assessment of Mueller report and his ongoing work to redact sensitive matters from report. Ratstein cannot be allowed to just escape and bear no responsibility for this insane report that he helped initiate. I believe he is being kept by Barr for very good reasons. Without him the Trump haters would/ could say that Barr was making all his decisions from a partisan perspective. Now Barr has Ratstein to blame for helping him with all this-the Ratstein who has supervised this witch hunt from the beginning. Brilliant strategy by Barr.

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  20. lettruthspeak says:

    The only legitimate question that needs to be asked here is why is Barr keeping up the facade that there was ever any Russian interference of consequence to be investigated. Anyone with a modicum of common sense knows this was all BS from the getgo, and the “Mueller investigation” was just a front to cover up the criminal activity during the Obama administration, particularly with his SoS, Hillary Clinton and friends. I’m beyond disgusted, as I’m sure the informed public is as well, that we are continually having our intelligence insulted by our own government and the pathetic, gutless weasels in the media, national and local, who just parrot the fairy story fed to the by the crime syndicate running our country. Heads need to roll.

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  21. Firefly says:

    Barr seems to be playing it straight. He explained why he can’t release certain materials and where he had some room to discuss with the judicial committee. Barr’s demeanor was quiet and. Straightforward- refreshing compared to weasels like Rosenstein, Wray, Comey. It’s clear Sessions wasn’t being straight – especially regarding John Huber and Lausch.

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    • Flight93Gal says:

      Firefly,

      Respectfully disagree.

      It is clear that Barr has the wisdom, the discernment and the intellect for the AG position. Sessions did not (despite being a good man).

      Two different men, two different competencies, two different skill sets.

      I agree with RISTVAN that Barr is the right person for AG at this time in our country’s history!

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      • WES says:

        FlightGal: Concerning Sessions you are likely to be proven very wrong.

        If Sessions was such a good man then why would he have set up the fake Huber investigation story? That step is not that of a good man. Likely Sessions was planted into President Trump’s campaign from the very beginning. Why did he only want AG position and nothing else?

        Second Sessions offered his resignation unasked to help spring the trap RR and Mueller had just moments before set for President Trump! How is it Sessions just happened to be at the White House? Only Sessions could have known the significance of this! He had to have known this was going to happen beforehand!

        Thankfully President Trump didn’t fall into RR’s, Mueller’s, & Session’s carefully laid obstruction trap!

        Sessions is a traitor of the worst sort!

        I do not buy for one moment the fact he was just in over his head!

        Sessions knew exactly what he was doing!

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        • WES says:

          Note: Some of the “trust the plan” types used to call Sessions the “silent assassin”!

          Yes on that they were correct!

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  22. Psycho Monkee says:

    The TRUTH is nearly upon the walking dead/OrangeManBad/LSM crowd. Expect a ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ public exposure to unleash hordes of doubled-down hatred, discord, lies, violence and the like. Satan’s ilk detest good. Recheck the ammo and clean the barrels. God Help Us when this storm comes. Coincidentally, Holy Week is nearly upon us.

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    • James M Rector says:

      Hope this isn’t viewed as sacriligious, but for belivers, Holy week is upon us.
      For these non-believing satan worshipping marxists, its “Holy cr*p!”
      week, maybe month, maybe the next two years,…followed by “Holy cr*p, Trump won in a LANDSLIDE!”, as they read the headlines, while sitting in their cells, listening to the gallows being erected in their honor.

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  23. 🙂

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  24. Drogers says:

    I caught as much of the TV airtime as was devoted.
    The word that kept coming to mind as I was watching him was ‘unflappable.’

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  25. jupitercomm says:

    AG Barr is a gunslinger…. just watch him. He thinks rapidly as he speaks, but speaks deliberately, which IMO is a “tell” of a great mind

    A lot of ppl think THE pivotal scene in the movie, Tombstone (1993) is the famous line of dialogue spoken by Wyatt Earp (Kurt Russell), “…. & HELL’s coming w/ me!” I disagree. As far as the storyline it’s pivotal, but it doesn’t go to the heart of what the WESTERN, as a film genre & original American art form is about: Courage & the Rule of Law, the Founding of a Civlization (Order) out of Barbarism (Chaos)

    For me, THIS is it & it relates to Barr: a man of the law fearlessly staring down a lynch mob

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    • jrapdx says:

      Interesting clip, applies to more than a few courageous souls in our midst. Not hard to visualize our current Democrats/leftists as the violence-prone mob to stare down. How well that imaginary scene correlates to the hearing with Barr, and earlier today, Candace Owens. But it’s virtually a daily occurrence with only the protagonist changing. The mob is constantly evil, we can’t afford a lapse in vigilance, the risks are just too great.

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  26. covfefe999 says:

    I love that he mentioned Comey releasing info about Hillary Clinton. Hahahaha!

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It’s at 3:24 in the video Sundance posted with comment “No plan to claim “executive privilege”…”::

      The Department’s longstanding policy and practice is that if we’re not going to charge someone we don’t go out and discuss bad or derogatory information about them, that’s what got everyone outraged at what FBI Director Comey did in the case of Hillary Clinton.

      And then Rep. Ed Case (libtard Hawaii) was real quick to move on to another question. 🙂 You could practically hear his brain grinding, “DO NOT GO THERE”. Hahaha

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  27. Don McAro says:

    This performance was so OUTSTANDING by Barr today, and not to mention Candice Owens…
    that the Lefties are back to cages Obama built for kids……

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  28. Eric C. says:

    Could you imagine if Sessions hadn’t resigned and it was Rosenstein up there today after releasing his summary of the Mueller report?

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  29. TRANSPARENT REDACTIONS “Upgrade” for MUELLER REPORT:
    [reposted with revisions]

    AG Barr should add a 5th “TRANSPARENT” format for “ILLEGITIMATE REDACTIONS” proposed by staffers.

    • This would reflect the same Color-Coded Categories.
    • This would enable the public to see the underlying text.
    • This would provide visible accountability for staff reviewers.
    • This would eliminate redactions to disguise wrongdoing.
    • This would restore public TRUST in TRANSPARENCY.

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  30. visage13 says:

    I tuned on ABC fake news to see what they would say about the hearing. It was so unimportant they pushed back to the middle of the broadcast, I didn’t wait around. My favorite answer was no I am not going to go to court to have it unredacted, if the Chairman wants to do that he can. lmao This man will not be bullied by these jerks.

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  31. Margaret Berger says:

    So if the chosen one Is moochela and they announce that about the time the big ugly drops would it add protection for obummer not being included in any investigations because the motives would be political?

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  32. jbrickley says:

    CLEARLY, Barr is the smartest person in that room. Cool, calm, collected, knows the facts, and gives cautious yet clear answers and he doesn’t take no bull. I like him!

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  33. Paul says:

    BARR has to follow Investigative/Prosecutorial policies and procedures;
    Therefore Criminals are going to Jail

    BARR implied several times that he follows Policies/Procedures according to law;
    Therefore, Criminals are going to Jail.

    Judicial Watch implied Barr can be told to follow investigative/prosecutorial Policies/Procedures;
    Therefore, Criminals are going to Jail.

    PDJT has a duty to instruct Barr to follow investigative/prosecutorial Policies/Procedures;
    Therefore, Criminals are going to Jail.

    PDJT has told Barr to follow normal investigative/prosecutorial Policies/Procedures;
    Therefore Criminals are going to Jail.

    PDJT 2-year plan of having criminals answer to Justice will soon be fully implemented.

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  34. I won't back down says:

    “I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of 2016”

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  35. Carson Napier says:

    What’s the difference between today’s democrats and a rabid dog?

    Not much.

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  36. Nunes is the only one doing anything that addresses the reality, of the crimes. Barr is full of himself, not justice.

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    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      The jury is still out on that. We see how he will react to Nunes referals and then the IG report. For Trump it would be best if it takes some more time so this drags into the 2020 election..

      Not nice of you to talk this way about Barr. Right now it seems you are the one full of..

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  37. mark says:

    I just heard Mark Levin say that Barr testified that he was going to look into how this Russia investigation got started….that doesn’t give me a good feeling. We know criminal laws were broken. I’m not interested in another long fact finding investigation be it by the IG and the DOJ…lets start with indictments with what Nunes has brought forward and the investigation can proceed and piggy back off the obvious criminal acts being prosecutured. If that is where he is going fine. Lets get on with it.

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  38. Doug Amos says:

    Nunes and Judicial Watch are miles ahead of Barr. All this big picture stuff just buys time, muddies waters; edge, sewer rats. President Trump and Sun Dance have repeated their demands to simply go back to the beginning. Barr could do that tomorrow and be finished before lunch. Why is it so hard to say, so difficult to pinpoint that Obama started the whole damn thing?

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    • lotbusyexec says:

      Amen brother – I am a wearied traveler as are most of us! Please let this end soon — arrests, Gitmo, hangings! I’m ok with all!

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      • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

        No, this will drag deep into 2020.
        The timing of the “drip drip” revelations by Team Trump is planned all along. I thought he would deliver the hammer for the midterms but I guess he thought 2020 is more important.

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    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      Everyone knows who’s the Mafia boss but just dragging him to the judge willy nilly “CAUSE EVERYONE KNOWS HES GUILTY” is not how you can bring him down.

      If you think about it for a bit longer you might come to the conclusion that there’s a big difference between Nunes / JW and Barr.

      NUNES had to wait 2 years too before doing what he does right now. Else his case wouldn’t be as good and possibly all for naught if delivered prematurely.

      JW knows what they are doing AND are able to talk about it on Fox news without endangering any investigation or case.

      If justice is to be restored during the Trump presidency it won’t be done by amateurs who do it “before lunch”.

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  39. Richard Whitney says:

    When does someone ask the Dems “Why not subpoena Mueller? He is the author, you can hear it from him directly.”
    Of course they won’t do that. Not because they are dimwitted hacks – that they are. But they do know that Mueller himself would have to ‘redact’ his answers, because the answer would pertain to an ongoing grand jury probe, or a coming indictment, or classified information.
    Then what? Wold they charge Mueller with obstruction? Of course not. They have to maintain the mirage that somehow Trump is obstructing an investigation (that Mueller and RR had each said he was not the target of). So Mueller, having to demur on some questions, blows that up as soon as a patriot gets to ask a question.

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  40. SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

    “I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of 2016,” Barr told a House panel on Tuesday.

    Barr’s inquiry is separate from a long-running investigation by the Justice Department’s inspector general, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing sensitive matters. The FBI declined to comment. Barr said he expected the inspector general’s work to be completed by May or June.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2019-04-09/barr-said-to-form-team-to-review-fbi-s-actions-in-trump-probe

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  41. Sprawlie says:

    Still need to hear the enter testimony but, I’m liking what I’m hearing of Barr in these clips.

    The color coding of redactions by type and providing footnotes on each redaction [The Barr Standard?] is visionary. It helps institute some accountability that will help restore the integrity of the redacting process. Evidence suggests that Government accountability, in the form of a citizen’s right to view public records, has suffered under the abuse of redactions in the Russia Treason Plot. The public knowing who is doing what redaction and having the redacting agent provide explanation should create sunshine and help curb such abuse.

    Everything that these treasonous bastards have done, every aspect needs to be examined and learned from so that it may never happen again. That Barr was able to recognize that problem and has found a quick and simple solution that he is immediately applying to the Muller Report is very encouraging!

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  42. covfefe999 says:

    I still don’t understand how it can be appropriate to release any of this info when Trump is not going to be charged with anything.

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  43. bobagard says:

    Can anyone identify the rude man sitting on the right of Candace Owens in her appearance today before Nadler’s committee? What organization does he represent? Did you notice how he kept trying to distract Candace?

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  44. Blaze says:

    Ok, I’ll admit I’m starting to warm up to Barr.

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