Attorney General Bill Barr Statement Following IG Review: “A clear abuse of FISA process”…

U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr releases the following statement after the release of a 21-month investigative report by Inspector General Michael Horowitz:

“Nothing is more important than the credibility and integrity of the FBI and the Department of Justice.  That is why we must hold our investigators and prosecutors to the highest ethical and professional standards.  The Inspector General’s investigation has provided critical transparency and accountability, and his work is a credit to the Department of Justice.  I would like to thank the Inspector General and his team.

The Inspector General’s report now makes clear that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U.S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken.  It is also clear that, from its inception, the evidence produced by the investigation was consistently exculpatory.

Nevertheless, the investigation and surveillance was pushed forward for the duration of the campaign and deep into President Trump’s administration.  In the rush to obtain and maintain FISA surveillance of Trump campaign associates, FBI officials misled the FISA court, omitted critical exculpatory facts from their filings, and suppressed or ignored information negating the reliability of their principal source.

The Inspector General found the explanations given for these actions unsatisfactory.  While most of the misconduct identified by the Inspector General was committed in 2016 and 2017 by a small group of now-former FBI officials, the malfeasance and misfeasance detailed in the Inspector General’s report reflects a clear abuse of the FISA process.

FISA is an essential tool for the protection of the safety of the American people.  The Department of Justice and the FBI are committed to taking whatever steps are necessary to rectify the abuses that occurred and to ensure the integrity of the FISA process going forward.

No one is more dismayed about the handling of these FISA applications than Director Wray.  I have full confidence in Director Wray and his team at the FBI, as well as the thousands of dedicated line agents who work tirelessly to protect our country.  I thank the Director for the comprehensive set of proposed reforms he is announcing today, and I look forward to working with him to implement these and any other appropriate measures.

With respect to DOJ personnel discussed in the report, the Department will follow all appropriate processes and procedures, including as to any potential disciplinary action.” (LINK)

Any currently expressed outrage from Barr is quite self-serving considering how vociferous he has praised the officials who approved of a stunningly corrupt FISA process.

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224 Responses to Attorney General Bill Barr Statement Following IG Review: “A clear abuse of FISA process”…

  1. John says:

    Several people better go to jail or mob justice will burn DC to the ground

    Liked by 17 people

  2. Uncle Max says:

    Short of charges for conspiracy to commit sedition including convictions to 30 to life in Fed pen OR execution, the country will pay dearly for the malfeasance these coup plotters, the media and the Democrats festooned on the body politic. This is / was a fundamental assault on the rule of law and justice in the US and if not dealt with harshly and publicly, will be seen as the beginning of the unraveling of our society going forward.
    Too harsh? Cynical?
    Serious adults in DC in the Judiciary and Executive branches need to stand up.

    Liked by 13 people

    • michael says:

      Serious Adults in DC. You are kidding!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Bert Darrell says:

      One can be a “serious adult” and totally corrupt. How many “seriously corrupt” legislators are current, serving U.S. representatives and senators? Answer: certainly a majority, from what we have seen so far.

      How many U.S. representatives and senators have been ilegally fed kickback money by Ukraine … among other countries? Some of them are House and Senate committee chairs.

      Liked by 8 people

  3. trump20162024 says:

    “Who shot Seth Rich, and why?”

    Liked by 10 people

  4. Publius2016 says:

    Pretty strong…lets see if they pass FISA in March…

    think indictments hit tonight or tomorrow…hope 45 pardons Manafort

    Liked by 5 people

  5. Boknows says:

    FBI – will proposed reforms

    DOJ – will follow appropriate processes and procedures, including any potential disciplinary action

    This is this equivalent of forming an office steering committee to get to the bottom of misuse of the copier and failure to clean the coffee pot.

    They can’t feel us. If they did feel us they would turn their laws against us so fast it would make your head spin.

    America 1776 – 2019

    Liked by 12 people

  6. zimbalistjunior says:

    last paragraph: disciplinary action

    disciplinary?? not criminal?!!!

    wtf, Bagpipe?!

    Liked by 6 people

    • California Joe says:

      You just heard from Barr and Durham that this isn’t over yet by far! We never expected anything but a whitewash from Horowitz. Hell, he even told you that his investigation never “second guessed” any discretionary decisions by the DOJ which includes the FBI! That’s the exact same thing he did in the Hillary Clinton email investigation not second guessing any prosecutorial decision by the DOJ and FBI. Well, wasn’t that the whole point of the investigation….to see why Comey let Hillary Clinton and her accomplices off the hook????

      Liked by 3 people

      • Dutchman says:

        I am not sure WHAT I/we ‘heard’from Barr/Durham, but like Grahams free media campaign reelection speech, at the end of the kavanaugh hearings amply demonstrates, Actions speak louder than words, and in DC, words mean NOTHING.

        It is looking like the summary/conclusions of the IG report will mirror previous IG reports.
        Might as well have been written by Rosie.
        Barr is the PRINCIPLE. HE writes, or directs to be,written, the summary/conclusion.

        Put another way, the IG writes “THIS is what my investigation found”, and the Cabinet officer/Head of the,Dept. writes;
        “O.K., THIS is what we are going to DO about it.” Disciplinary actions, remedial training if policies/procedures weren’t followed, CHANGES to policy/procedure, if IG report found current policy/procedures were inadequate, and criminal referrals if criminal behavior was found.

        THIS is how the IG process works, regardless of WHAT Department of the Executive we’re talking about.

        Point being, BARR owns the responsibility for the Summary/conclusions.

        His praise of Wray, and statements mean NOTHING, nor does Durhams statement disagreeing with the IG, IF they are not followed up by concrete actions.

        So, currently Fred, the crow I am prepared to eat if Barr/Durham show themselves to be housecleaners, rather than cleaners, continues to fly free.

        So far, the IG report, based on Barrs statement, looks like an “Investigate to Exhonerate”, a typical D.C. Kabuki theater.

        Not looking for a “REPORT” from Durham, looking for INDICTMENTS and PROSECUTIONS. Anything less is chaff and countermeasures, smoke and mirrors steer manure.

        Would absolutely LOVE to be proved wrong, and eat Fred for dinner one night soon.

        PLEASE, Barr/Durham, PROVE me wrong!

        Liked by 8 people

    • NvMtnOldMan says:

      Zim–that is why Page played the victim card. She was allowed to red the report a week ago. What a farce.

      Liked by 3 people

    • OlderAndWiser says:

      This may not be a popular opinion here, but I’ll render my humble opinion:
      1) Horowitz is NOT a prosecutor. He is NOT a defense attorney. He IS a bureaucrat, whose sole job is to determine if rules were followed. Absent a smoking gun (eg an email saying “Let’s do such-and-such so Trump gets hurt/not elected/take your pick”) he cannot bring his own judgement into play; even if it is clear as daylight to anyone with common sense. So I never expected anything more that that from him – whether processes were followed, and whether such processes need improvement.
      2) Barr and Durham did NOT have to make any statements. They did.
      3) I see in Horowitz’s report that he mentions in passing that he could not corroborate some things with Comey since Comey did not have a security clearance. WOW – did not know that.
      4) Remove Comey’s security clearance, and also then remove his law license. See how valuable he is to Lockheed Martin (or others) after that. This will hurt his high flying (private jet is just part of it) lifestyle and reduce him to middle class, shunned by the other power hungry folks he thought were his friends. IMO, he should be in jail. But I’ll take any punishment at this point. And same for all the others – remove their means of livelihood at the very least.
      5) I do believe that Durham is connecting the dots. Whether he can make a legal case, I’m not sure. But he can definitely make a political case. Rome was not built in a day; we need to give PDJT and AGBarr some time to correct the huge damage caused by Clinton/Bush/Obama over 24 years.

      Liked by 5 people

  7. California Joe says:

    Barr had to make a deal with the devil getting Rosenstein to quietly resign after agreeing that President Trump was innocent of any wrongdoing or obstruction of justice. Don’t you think that Rosenstein had recorded conversations with Barr and Whitaker which he would have turned over to his friends at Lawfare to impeach Barr? Rod Rosenstein is a rat and was the worst mistake made by President Trump appointing him to the number two job at the DOJ. Lawfare attorneys were pinching themselves with disbelief and when they heard that blunder. Never ever appoint or retain anyone from the Obama administration! That’s rule number one. Rule number two is obey all rules!

    Liked by 6 people

  8. Bill Henslee says:

    So the Peerless Horowitz comes up with a report full of illegal steps by FBI and DOJ officials, but says, “Mistakes were made. They didn’t mean to be mean to President Trump so I accept that and don’t recommend any criminal referrals.” Unless Barr and Durham are willing to seriously pursue this by indicting identified “mistakers” with serious jail punishment in prospect, they won’t get any flips for pleas bargains against the Big Boys.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. ChampagneReady says:

    There is some chess playing going on here and I’m still not sure who the players are yet.

    I have to see the outcome of the hearing with Horowitz testifying Wednesday now to see how he stands up to what I hope and expect will be (and better be) some BRUTAL questioning.


  10. Levon River says:

    BARR: “Nothing is more important than the credibility and integrity of the FBI and the Department of Justice. ”

    Darn shame that the Founding Fathers were so blind they didn’t see that. What were they thinking?


  11. richard verney says:

    Hannity should be fun tonight, whilst he explains why the IG report is such a dud.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Yes, Those are criminal that better be go to prison,

    Liked by 1 person

  13. cdor1 says:

    Folks, it is sounding as if the only things that will happen are some procedural changes to supposedly safeguard the hallowed FISC so this horrendous abuse will never happen again. Ha!Ha! Maybe Durham is hot on Brennan’s trail and/or maybe Comey, but the bottom line is Trump’s only revenge, for lack of a better term, will be to give full pardons to Manafort, Flynn, and Stone. I am not expecting much else.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Wethal says:

      Papadopoulos, too. He deserves it for being set up with the $10,000 “fee” that he wisely left back in Greece. (I’d have loved to have seen the feds’ faces when they tore apart his luggage and strip searched him and…no ten grand.)

      A criminal conviction might interfere with future job prospects and handgun applications.

      Liked by 1 person

      • cdor1 says:

        That’s just fine with me. But Papdapoulis is a young man. He spent 10 days in jail. Yes it was BS and should never have happened. For him it’s over. These other guys have been ruined at an age in which they cannot recover. It is sickening.

        Liked by 1 person

  14. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Barr and Durham have strategically weighed in, in a very timely fashion, and have stated their opinions and paths of direction.

    Those two are what matter.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      Devin Nunes: “unless there are criminal indictments …”

      Liked by 1 person

      • Linus in W.PA. says:

        If there were indictments, they’d come from Durham, at least.

        So, why did he even bother to make a statement today?

        Especially a timed statement to coincide with the OIG Report……..

        We can be sure…..the statements from both Barr and Durham are exactly something that the left DID NOT WANT TO SEE TODAY.

        Liked by 3 people

        • mushr45m says:

          Barr and Durham…
          Until further notice “Wah Wa Wa WAAA Wa…” (Charlie Brown teacher voice)

          How many reports and examples do we need of whitewash and “nothing to see here”?
          Lindsey Graham is emboldened, talking how he is going to sweep it under the rug in a Senate trial.


      • L4grasshopper says:

        Has Durham closed up shop? Does he sound like he isn’t being serious?


        • Wethal says:

          He’s still going, He sounds like he has some surprises in store, but he is not a leaker. He apparently thought Horowitz’ review was so egregious, he had to speak up.

          He sounds like he’s got the goods on some people, and as soon as the evidence is locked down, and the indictments drafted and approved by his grand jury….

          Liked by 4 people

  15. Well, there’s light at the end of the tunnel with Durham’s statement and possible AG Barr’s. Regardless, its enough to head down to the saloon to celebrate – a snort or two to sooth the nerves. MAGA. Back later!

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Highest standards ??? They don’t even meet the bottom rung of the lowest standards.

    I smell BS.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. Perot Conservative says:

    I read somewhere that John Durham found 99 of 101 CIA indictments for torture inadequate?


    • Linus in W.PA. says:

      Yeah, I had read that too somewhere.

      Where do you place that one though? If the CIA was torturing terrorists, I’m just not so sure I want them to stop.


  18. Margaret DiCarlo says:

    today i guess i go ahead and buy a gun and learn to defend myself. i hate it, but Barr has now provided proof that he will not take any action that might prevent a civil war. I have four grown kids and 11 grandkids. we are all waiting but prepared. this will be war. so sad. Barr has protection I’m sure. He might even sort of care about the country. But he is now sending the signal to the rest of us that civil war is our future because this monster is too big for him to conquer. It will take all willing parties.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. 6x47 says:

    That’s nice, Bill. Any indictments? Arrests? Prosecutions?

    Wake me up when you have something.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. rigst4 says:

    Well, as I expected, no justice. As usual.


  21. 6x47 says:

    IG report on the Manson family murders: No political bias. Killers adhered to all traffic laws going to and from the crime scene, parked legally while inside dwellings committing multiple murders.

    Mainstream press: “NO POLITICAL BIAS!”

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Randolph Scott says:

    Employees,G-D-Fing employees of our Federal Government have been ramming a splintered log in the Citizenry’s ass for 5 years. This criminal cabal of rouge federal employees need to eliminated in anyway possible. These criminals should be praying to our Creator that they get taken to a fair trail, otherwise I suspect the Citizenry will drag them out of their damned offices and apply street justice right there. These criminals deserve the second option.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Mr e-man says:

    “No one is more dismayed about the handling of these FISA applications than Director Wray.”

    Yet Wray did not accept responsibility for the FISA abuse. He even claimed the predicate for spying on Trump was good. They just made some errors. That is not the truth. It is a lie.

    Uh, sending FBI spies to trap Flynn, Papdopolis, Manafort, and Page does not add up to a valid predicate. That would be a lie. Wray is lying and Barr praises him? Wray is lying which means he is only dismayed they got caught. Sickening.

    Oh, and where are the indictments and/or criminal referrals?

    Liked by 2 people

  24. What Mr. Barr can now plainly state is damning enough. And, I think, it should spur Congress to officially recognize that “the 1970’s era FISA process failed the country completely.” I believe that the statute should simply be scrapped.

    I hope that the report’s findings will also point out the structural deficiencies of the PATRIOT Act, which is a major piece of enabling legislation behind most of these “uber-surveillance state” activities. This Act, also, is fundamentally defective and should be replaced.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Zippy says:

      “the 1970’s era FISA process failed the country completely”

      Imagine that! The “fix” after the 15 year long illegal COINTELPRO program was ACCIDENTALLY found via an FBI field office breaking not looking for it fails to be a true fix.

      WHO could have expected that considering the temptation to misuse the estimated one TRILLION dollars worth of “turnkey tyranny” spy infrastructure installed after the “we didn’t stop 9/11 because didn’t have enough -STUFF-, it wasn’t because we were blatantly incompetent as most huge bureaucracies are” excuse?

      Liked by 2 people

    • mushr45m says:

      But the swamp has the power, likes the power, and will refuse to give up the power.
      Absolute power corrupts absolutely.
      Time for PDJT to go nuke option. Declassify ALL. The people need to know.

      What’s in the Bill Burr and Warner are trying to pass on NSA? Ability to scrap program so they can delete all wrong doing? I’m asking…Sundance?


  25. “With respect to DOJ personnel discussed in the report, the Department will follow all appropriate processes and procedures, including as to any potential disciplinary action.”

    Nowhere in this document are phrases like “held accountable”, “criminal liability”, “committed felonies” or indictments likely”. That’s a bad sign right there. Soft pedaled and memory holed by election time. My liberal co-worker merrily go about their day clueless and happy as clams, blissful in their willful ignorance. Orange Man bad. I want something to rub in their faces – anything. Count me among the silently and seriously pissed off.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. “With respect to DOJ personnel discussed in the report, the Department will follow all appropriate processes and procedures, including as to any potential disciplinary action.”

    Nowhere in this document are phrases like “held accountable”, “criminal liability”, “committed felonies” or indictments likely”. That’s a bad sign right there. Soft pedaled and memory holed by election time. My liberal co-worker merrily go about their day clueless and happy as clams, blissful in their willful ignorance. Orange Man bad. I want something to rub in their faces – anything. Count me among the silently and seriously p_ssed off.


  27. AnotherView says:

    Barr the bag man. Cleanup guy for the deep state.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. No doubt the DOJ-FBI has already completed indictments of their clerical staff to close the loop on accountability. 🙄

    Liked by 1 person

  29. waicool says:

    step inside my friends to the show that never ends


  30. Brittney says:

    Horowitz had no other choice but to report many detaile what he did because of the mountains of evidence being everywhere and PDJT and the American People has seen the criminal acts; it gave enough detailed evidence for PDJT, Barr and Durham to add to their mountains of evidence and to prosecute.

    Horowitz will not risk his neck and play in the middle. That is all we expect and need.

    Horowitz does not have the power of PDJT, Barr and Durham to complete the criminal picture and that will be his way (excuse) of playing in the middle.

    Horowitz needed to be careful in not leaving out too much detail because he can have liability, especially when PDJT, Barr and Durham are building many criminal cases against the coup and will clearly be able to analyze his work.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. IGiveUp says:

    Is there any reason why we won’t be hearing from Durham, OFFICIALLY, later today or tomorrow??


  32. Zippy says:

    “I have full confidence in Director Wray”


    Liked by 6 people

    • Bird Watcher says:

      I know, right! If we have known all this for the last 2.5 years, surely Wray knew it too. I have no idea why Barr said this, unless, we are all being played.

      Liked by 2 people

  33. Patriot says:

    “We did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that political bias or improper motivation influenced the decisions to open the four individual investigations.”

    I guess they think that we’re all stupid.

    Liked by 6 people

  34. TomA says:

    I wonder if Barr and Wray understand that one consequence of whitewashing the criminality of the coup conspirators and letting them skate on prosecutions that, if applied to average citizens (Hello Manafort and Papadopolous) would result in financial ruin and imprisonment, is that most Americans will no longer respect the DOJ/FBI and likely never again agree to cooperate or interact with these hypocritical institutions. That is a price far greater than what we be necessary to fully prosecute these criminals. Cynicism is now epidemic.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Jury Nullification says:

      Hence my new handle, TomA.
      If everyone, and I mean EVERYONE participated in Jury Nullification at every available opportunity, then we could get some action. At the very least, we’d be removed from the jury pool for ever.

      Liked by 2 people

    • WES says:

      TomA:. I read an interesting comment by ex-FBI Jeff Cortese. Justice is experiencing lone wolf juriers refusing to convict defendants investigated by FBI.

      Liked by 1 person

    “I feel your pain, but doubt what I’m seeing.”
    “Our medical team has agreed to disagree on your prognosis,
    … so someone will carefully review the process for reaching it.”
    [deafening silence]

    Liked by 1 person

  36. rashomon says:

    Hypocrisy 101.


  37. Pew-Anon says:

    A government that can not hold itself accountable to the rule of law is a government without separation of power. The Administrative State is the government, it is the sole power.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. dallavise says:

    I was hoping we wouldn’t have to wait further for the heads to explode, but alas…… I still think Barr is not going to cover this up, but I recognize that his actions so far do not dismiss the possiblity that he will. I still think he is wading through the swamp with the realization that he cant burn it down, because it would clearly swallow him whole. The swamp is too big too fail. I think best case scenario we continue to reduce it to a manageable size. I think Barr and Durham will do that. I think they, or at least Barr, is picking his battles.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Newhere says:

    This whole thing is just confusing and pathetic. To have the AG and his crackerjack prosecutor come out blasting the most important conclusions of a long awaited internal report just leaves the country pissed and confused, and rightfully so. This is still going on. Barr can’t have it both ways. All of the travesties and injustices — from ruining a 3 star general (and depriving the country of his stewardship as NSA) to impeaching a president — are on Barr. All of it. He’s had enough time.

    Put up or shut up. Now. Or half the country will assume there’s nothing there; and the other half will know we’ve lost the republic.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Zippy says:

      That’s exactly what I’ve been saying here about everything we’ve heard from Barr including his “Oh, SO great!” speech before the Federalist Society people were fawning over.

      Talk is easy. Put up, or shut up.

      I do not expect him to:

      SD: “What functional value was there to give AG Bill Barr declassification authority, if he is going to participate in allowing FBI officials to hide material that shouldn’t even be classified in the first place? If this in-our-face position doesn’t scream of a cover-up, then nothing does.”

      William P. Barr

      “While attending graduate school and law school, Barr worked for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) from 1971 to 1977. He was first hired as a summer intern for two years. During his law school years he was an analyst in the (CIA) Intelligence Directorate division from 1973 to 1975, and then transitioning to an assistant in the (CIA) Office of Legislative Counsel and ‘agency liaison’ to Congress from 1975-1977.” [I won’t bother to post yet again the link to an image of his memo from the CIA Office of Legislative Counsel recommending that CIA document destruction should resume despite the order to stop same from the Church Committee investigating COINTELPRO – Z]

      “He wrote an advisory opinion justifying the U.S. invasion of Panama and arrest of Manuel Noriega.” [occurring less than one year after former CIA director GHW Bush took office – perhaps it should have been called “Operation Shut Up Manuel about that CIA Iran-Contra Stuff” – Z]

      “He wrote legal justifications for the practice of rendition, so that the FBI could enter onto foreign soil without the consent of the host government to apprehend fugitives wanted by the United States government for terrorism or drug-trafficking.” [Meh, I actually liked that. Still, it was bending the rules. – Z]

      “On December 24, 1992, during his final month in office, Bush, on the advice of Barr, pardoned Weinberger, along with five other administration officials who had been found guilty on charges relating to the Iran–Contra affair. Barr was consulted extensively regarding the pardons, and especially advocated for pardoning Weinberger.”

      “Walsh complained about the move insinuating that Bush on Barr’s advice had used the pardons to avoid testifying and stating that: “The Iran-contra cover-up, which has continued for more than six years, has now been completed.” In 2003, he wrote an account of the investigation in his book, Firewall: The Iran-Contra Conspiracy and Cover-Up.”

      “Because of this and Barr’s unwillingness to appoint an independent counsel to look into a second scandal known as Iraq-gate, New York Times writer William Safire began to refer to Barr as ‘Coverup-General Barr.’ Barr, however, responded that he believed Bush had made the right decision regarding that and he felt people in the case had been treated unfairly.”


  40. Zombie says:

    Democommunism solves the petty differences between political factions. Everybody works united for the glory of the state. The state is the solution

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Did Horowitz make any criminal referrals?


  42. HellInAHandbasket says:

    The many expressions of Bill Barr:

    Cuddly… but fierce teddy bear: ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ

    Unattentive… but waiting for lunch to come: ( ´・ω・`)

    Determined … to get to the bottom of something: ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    Confused … wishes he knew nothing, while pretending to know nothing: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    My conviction one way or the other for AG Barr, is still undetermined.


  43. Bogeyfree says:

    Let me guess…….

    And we continue as we always do, to decline to prosecute any of our own. But we will be putting in additional training steps so these atrocities never happen again



  44. MaineCoon says:

    I cannot put into words how much these con people who cover up for each other truly disgust me,
    They actually still believe we the people don’t have a clue as to their cover-ups. We know all too well. We bear the brunt of the consequences of their traitorous-seditious-cover-ups.

    In some form may the rest of their days reap what they have sown.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. IGiveUp says:

    So it was all lies. No treason. No spying on the campaign. No tapping Trumps wires. It was just good people trying to protect America.
    — James Comey (@Comey) December 9, 2019


  46. Joebkonobi says:

    Last chance = Durham.

    IMO, Horowitz has no business making conclusion regarding predicate because That’s Durham’s job and Because Horowitz cannot interview anyone outside current employees.


  47. Redhotrugmama says:

    Our country is gone. It is a sad sad day. As expected blowhard Barr is more concerned with the “institutions” than “equal justice for all” This is what I expected and I expect Durham will be a do nothing as well. I weep for our country.


  48. namberak says:

    Barr’s high dudgeon routine is getting pretty tired and tiresome. As my grandad used to say, he needs to …. defecate or get off the pot.

    Liked by 1 person

  49. lolli says:

    IMO, Bondo Barr’s mealy mouth statement is intended to confuse. He wants everyone to hear what they want to hear. Calm the masses, keep stalling, tick tocking…
    Are we waiting for a Durham report now?


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