Devin Nunes Discusses Upcoming Bill Barr Testimony…

Rep. Devin Nunes appears on Fox Business News with Maria Bartiromo to discuss AG Bill Barr being called to testify in the House about the Roger Stone case sentencing.  Additionally, Nunes discusses issues with the Mueller investigation and dirty cops.

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197 Responses to Devin Nunes Discusses Upcoming Bill Barr Testimony…

  1. Bendix says:

    I have liberal friends who don’t trust the FBI either.

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    • PInky1920 says:

      I know liberals (don’t call them friends anymore, because they’re not) who don’t trust the FBI either.

      But it’s because they think they’re “too lenient” with republicans/conservatives; this is how I know they’d throw me in jail too, just for not being of the leftist mindset.

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      • RobInPA says:

        Liberals is too kind a word to describe what they’ve become, and frankly, so is Progressives.

        We all know that there really are no Socialists, and that’s just an innocent name Communist.

        Guess what word Communists use to describe those who do not embrace the same political beliefs as they do?

        ENEMY

        Yes, that is correct. It is unfortunate how I know that, but it is true.

        You are considered the enemy by your liberal Bern Bro friends, and if you have any doubt about what they would have no problemo doing to you, just look for the Project Veritas tapes of Bern’s field officers.

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        • They’re definitely not liberals. When calling them “progressives,” I can’t help but use the quotation marks. As for being socialists/communists, if we’re being accurate . . .

          All of these “progressive” leftists are cultural Marxists. All of them are globalists. But only about a third of them are traditional economic Marxists, aka socialists/communists. The other two thirds are corporatists.

          GOPe are also cultural Marxists, globalists, and corporatists – but just more “gradualist” about it.

          That said, this “choice” on the Democrat side between slightly different flavors of globalist Cultural Marxism reminds me of the Blues Brothers scene:

          “Elwood Blues: What kind of music do you usually have here? Claire (bartender): Oh, we got both kinds. We got country and western.”

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        • PInky1920 says:

          You’re absolutely correct, Robin.

          They hate us, they really do hate us; and you know what? I hate them too.

          Liked by 5 people

          • RePete says:

            So you hate their hate?

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          • RobInPA says:

            Glad that I am not the only one!

            “ I prefer peace. But if trouble must come, let it come in my time, so that my children can live in peace.”

            – Thomas Paine

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            • Ackman419 says:

              My libtard mother in law asked, not rhetorically, “Since when did Liberal become a pejorative?”
              All I could do was laugh at her. It’s not worth the time and energy to explain to a libtard why their policies and beliefs are dangerous for our Constitutional Republic.

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              • Snellvillebob says:

                You should have told her when Hillary ran for President and obama won.

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                • jeff montanye says:

                  close enough for an upvote but a touch early. it really came when, after his election, obama never indicted a single bankster and in march 2011 he attacked libya. that’s when many democratic party sheeple realized that obama was a darker, smoother version of george w. bush.

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          • Raptors2020 says:

            Just got my copy of “The Red Thread” by Diana West today. Looking forward to reading it. She alleges leftists permeate the federal government.

            I fear that’s the baseline truth about our society now: leftists are everywhere.

            We’re only scraping by because most are dilettantes and phonies, like Pocahontas.

            Whether Bernie is for real could prove the watershed moment for Western society.

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            • Betty says:

              Bernie would bring the hammer down on us with out batting an eye. He is very angry man.
              We must defeat them this November – go to True The Vote and take their training on how to protect your local election.

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            • old white guy says:

              McCarthy was right as in correct, the rest of the naysayers were wrong and that is why we find ourselves up to our necks in communist alligators. Thousands of Americans have died fighting communism and yet now 50% of the population are prepared to destroy the republic to embrace communism. What a stupid disconnect.

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        • Rj says:

          Before Osama the only person who openly claimed the progressive (lazy communist) label was Laurence O’Donnell. Now there is no such thing as a Democrat and even the lost souls running around out here have transformed and don’t even know it. Now it’s full blown communism and Pravda propaganda on EVERY News Outlet.
          Every time I come to this website to learn and gain faith from SD and other very intelligent individuals I look at the header with Andrews picture and believe BB would not be going in the same direction they have taken and it won’t be long before they become Drudge.

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        • TheUnknownPatriot says:

          I refer to them as leftists.

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          • kleen says:

            You are correct!

            The book by William Simon (Nixon’s Secretary of the Treasury) titled “Time for Truth”.

            Mr. Simon stated that, when the Roosevelt socialist/communist regime took over, they knew that the American people would not accept them calling themselves “socialist”. So they redefined liberal to mean “someone who uses the power of government for the good of others”. They did not drop “economic signifiers”. Rather, in the best manner of Orwellians, they redefined liberalism to put a benign face on their socialist totalitarianism.

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        • kleen says:

          It was FD Roosevelt who called his economic statism “liberal” precisely because it was the opposite of liberal. He was a propagandist, and the Left repeated and spread the lie because it was good propaganda. It took a word which had been used to describe a good, popular freedom based policy and used it to disguise the new bossy restrictive government rules.
          That this propaganda still twists a word into meaning the opposite of its original meaning shows how far the Left has dominated and polluted political discourse.

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        • dottygal says:

          Looks like Milwaukee’s gonna burn down if Bern doesn’t get the nomination.

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        • grumpyqs says:

          You’re right about Communists and their “enemies”! Here’s the example that has always stood out in my mind:
          https://www.cbsnews.com/news/obama-explains-his-remark-about-punishing-enemies/

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        • grumpyqs says:

          You’re right about Communists and their “enemies”! Here’s the example that has always stood out in my mind:
          https://www.cbsnews.com/news/obama-explains-his-remark-about-punishing-enemies/

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        • mugzey302 says:

          Socialism is the economic system.
          Communism is the political system.
          They go hand-in-hand down the road to hell.

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      • kleen says:

        leftist and liberal are opposite.

        LIBERal
        LIBERty
        LIBERtarian
        LIBERation

        Liber is Latin and it means freedom, individual freedom. Definitely not a leftist.

        A Leftist is a big gov person, typically socialist/communist

        They love to be called Liberals but they not!

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        “don’t call them friends anymore” That’s sad.

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    • fhb says:

      all this…all this and more .is hrc ….her doing

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    • Bendix…gooooood luck to convert them to MAGA/KAG !!!!!!!!or they are just drink buddies…

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  2. American Greatness: “The jury foreman on the Roger Stone trial came forward on social media Wednesday to defend the four prosecutors who withdrew from the case after the Department of Justice overruled their excessive sentencing recommendation.

    A Facebook post written by Tomeka Hart, the senior program officer for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, was picked up by multiple news outlets. But the reports left out some highly pertinent details about her background—namely that Hart is a hyperpartisan Democratic Party activist who is rabidly anti-Trump and a Russia-collusion truther.” …….

    She was a Democrat congressional candidate who was tweeting before, during and after the trial, calling the President a klansman, etc. Judge Berman also allowed other openly anti-Trump jurors, including one whose husband worked at DOJ.

    Don’t Feed the Kangaroos.

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    • Sammy Hains says:

      This should necessitate a mistrial. Too much light has been shined on the corruption behind the judge, jury, and prosecutors.

      The Justice Department has destroyed the public’s faith in the justice system and American democracy in their zeal to go after one man. I think Bill Barr understand this, even as Chris Wray and John Roberts continue to try to hide it.

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      • theoldgoat says:

        Being that the judge is a hyper-partisan appointed by Obama, doesn’t help either.
        I suspect the efforts done in the over the top sentencing requests might have been a bit of a set up by these Mueller Lawyers who were nothing less than cabal members to give Pelosi another thing to press for impeachment. She is already out there yammering about it.
        They are not going to let up till justice comes down on one of their heads for this coup effort. Even then, I doubt it will stop them.

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    • Shyster says:

      That itself, her coming forward to comment and support the prosecutors on sentencing issues, a part of the trial not within her jury duties and of which she has no legal role, is a clear display of this woman’s extreme bias in the case.

      Liked by 9 people

      • tacocat43 says:

        That is one stupid woman. But I’m glad she outed herself.

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        • jebg46 says:

          Also this juror is a lawyer who should know better! She is risking disbarment. Now to find out if she lied during the jury vetting and whether the defense team was over ruled when they may have objected to some of these jurors. It might also show bias with the judge. Lots of fun and games.

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      • tiredofallthis says:

        This juror’s anonymity was protected under federal law, as opposed to the so-called whistleblower whose anonymity was not protected. If she had not come out publicly to support the Mueller prosecutors, it would have been a federal crime to name her as one of the jurors in the Stone trial. So why did she come out publicly when all of this information about her bias was available on social media? I think that her doing so was part of the latest Lawfare scheme against the President that was begun earlier this week by the prosecutors in the Stone case filing the excessive sentencing report. They want the Justice Department to take action based upon this juror’s clear bias and then claim that it is further evidence of the politicalization of the Justice Department by Trump and Barr. I hate conspiracy theories, but it’s hard for me not to consider the possibility that this woman was a deliberate plant on the jury.

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        • jebg46 says:

          Yes, another stupid lawfare entrapment scheme! If you don’t first succeed, try, try again. So very boring at this point. Everyone are burning out of this engagement act.

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    • Flabbergasted says:

      They should retry Mr. Stone in the midwest. He could become the only criminal defendant in history to walk away with punitive damages. The sad reality of where you are determines the kind of justice you receive.

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  3. hocuspocus13 says:

    I have it on good authority…😉

    Nervous Nancy will begin Impeachment Proceedings against President Trump for interfering with the Roger Stone Case

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    • Tl Howard says:

      I guess she thinks a POtus isn’t entitled to an opinion?

      Liked by 4 people

      • fangdog says:

        Nancy starts another impeachment and the Democrats will take more gas than the last time. Trumps campaign will become richer and the number of “#Walk Away” will become greater. There are probably 30% of the US population who are far-leftist communist. Yes, way too many, but they exist regardless.

        Probably about 25-30% who work for the government are conservative Trumpers, but for obvious reasons remain silent. I run across these types all the time.

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      • She will do this.

        Congress thinks that it has overruled the US Constitution on two points: that a Bill of Attainder can be passed, and that it is not necessary to find someone guilty of a crime for which they would face “indictment, trial, conviction and punishment according to law.” Congress instead believes that … just by daring to do it as Lawfare told them they could … “the President and Justices serve at the pleasure of Congress.”

        Therefore, they think, the House can simply draw up another Bill of Attainder, declaring that the President has displeased Congress and declaring him … without benefit of trial and even without a criminal charge … to have committed “an impeachable offense.” Eventually, the US Senate will realize how very convenient this can be. No more “separation of powers” to deal with. If you pass something and the Supreme Court appears likely to declare it to be unconstitutional, you simply pass an Attainder and remove the Justices that you don’t like, and, having by Attainder already removed the duly elected President and VPOTUS, the Speaker of the House is now installed as President and (s)he will do whatever the majority Party wants.

        In short … tyranny. Exactly as our Founders from time to time watched taking place in Merrie Olde Englande. Exactly as they strove to outlaw here.

        They just didn’t know about “Lawfare, Inc.” The lawyers who realized that Congress could re-write the Constitution itself by the very simple expedient of ignoring it completely.

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        • Dee says:

          Scary for sure, that is why I could not understand the Senate not just tossing it. Now they have precedent.

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        • ezgoer says:

          The problem with your hypothesis is if a Republican president and VP were removed from office with Republican votes in the Senate the base of the party’s voters would revolt, abandon them and they would re-election in droves. And the one certainty is that all these slugs want to stay in office for life.

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    • markone1blog says:

      I heard that also on a conservative commentary program.

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    • Of course she will. She has no evidence Trump even spoke to Barr on this. She is fishing AGAIN. Barr even said he didn’t speak to Trump. This is what the next 5 YEARS will be like.

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      • HoosierDaddy says:

        Not if we take the House 😉

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        • theoldgoat says:

          If she can, she will bring articles up before the end of this term. Just because the last one failed, it doesn’t mean she wouldn’t jump the gun on phony charges again, and again, and again. It’s death by a thousand cuts if nothing else.
          The left are this insane.

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          • Oh, I expect to see “Impeachment #2” commencing within at most a couple weeks, and going on all summer long. “They are vicious, and they stick together.”

            Wanna do something about it, Mr. Trump? File your case with the US Supreme Court. You are indeed a plaintiff, both personally and on behalf of all future Presidents and Supreme Court justices.

            This is Unconstitutional. If the Senate will “vote their T-shirts” instead of stepping up and saying it, let the Supreme Court do so.

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        • That is very true and there is a good chance of that.

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    • Genie says:

      Yep, gotta get Crazy Bernie tied down in the Senate and off the campaign trail, stat!

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    • So she said after today’s Speaker meeting. Bring it on Nervous Nancy! AG Barr stated today PDJT has not influenced any of his decisions.

      Oh wait, you haven’t released the edited version of AG Barr’s statement? /sarc

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Barr first, my guess.
      More immediate threat.
      HJC “impeachment inquiry” hearing is already scheduled.

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  4. Oldretiredguy says:

    This criminal ignorance by the Dims and their deep state pals has gone on long enough. Can we atleast get an indictment against Comey. The corrupt players from the past administration is so many, indicting a few of the key players doesn’t seem like it should take 3 or 4 years

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  5. JohnCasper says:

    Fight Organized Crime
    Abolish The FBI

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  6. Sammy Hains says:

    The revelations about the jury foreman necessitate a mistrial.
    With the 4 corrupt Deep Staters gone, I suspect the government may opt to not retry Roger Stone.

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    • Bubby says:

      Sammy who is going to declare a mistrial? It certainly won’t be presiding Judge Jackson! She’s already ruled on that. An appeals court? I hope you’re right I just don’t see any evidence yet it will happen. Hopefully President Trump’s tweet will get something going. The corrupt Federal Judiciary lead by obama appointed Federal Judges is an abomination when it comes to meting out justice.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Are you kidding? Look what the Muellar prosecutors have done in the Flynn trial.

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  7. billybob says:

    Anybody arrested today ?

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  8. Go for it Nan…. Worked out good for you guys last time…..
    Actually just relax, cool your dentures and have a few more vodkas.

    VSGPDJT has this.

    You are so outclassed you look like the fool you are.

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  9. Tl Howard says:

    Speaking of the “dirty”

    Michael R. Bromwich
    @mrbromwich
    Memo to all career DOJ employees

    This is not what you signed up for. The four prosecutors who bailed on the Stone case have shown the way. Report all instances of improper political influence and other misdeeds to the DOJ IG, who is required to protect your identity.
    5:59 PM · Feb 11, 2020

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    • Dirty Cops, Dirty Prosecutors, Dirty Judges, Dirty Jurors, Dirty Legislators, Dirty Bureaucrats, Dirty Reporters, Dirty Spies–all because of Bribe Me-Granny and Islamo-Commie Barry.

      Amazing.

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      • theoldgoat says:

        This is just a small part of the dangerous operators that the Obama Administration put in place to thwart his political opposition. How is this not much larger and far worse than anything Nixon even dreamed of? Besides, that Nixon was somewhat railroaded having some poor decisions made on his watch which ultimately fell on him.
        I am positive that the left expected President Trump to fold up like Nixon did, though Nixon ended up losing Republican support which forced him out of office. Romney seemed to be counting on others joining him in subverting our President.

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    • Retired USMC says:

      Let them show themselves. When hunting prey, its best to beat the bushes…

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    • Republicanvet91 says:

      This makes me think he and Schmuckie Schumer have put out the call to any leftover swamp rat. If someone you even suspect is to the right and looks at you in a stern manner, run to the IG and make a federal case out of it.

      Schumer’s call a couple days ago for 74 IG’s to investigate political influence is proof and Samwich’s call is encouragement.

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    • Republicanvet91 says:

      “”I have kept my silence for months. Initially, it was for my safety. Then, I decided to remain silent out of fear of politicizing the matter,” Hart wrote on Facebook, adding “But I can’t keep quiet any longer.”

      She admits speaking out would politicize the matter, then proceeds to do exactly that because she can’t keep quiet any longer. Wow.

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  10. Gary Lacey says:

    Why is it FBI director Comey gives Hilliary a clean bill of health when he doesn’t have that authority?
    And why is the DOJ upholding Comey’s sham?

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  11. Summer says:

    🤔

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    • @ChicagoBri says:

      Employees who are not influenced by their boss soon become ex-employees. Barr works for President Trump, not the other way around.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Debra says:

      If you were doing your job, sir, the department you head would have not pursued a case against Mr. Stone . . .

      Liked by 12 people

    • Jase says:

      Well, Mr Barr, maybe the President tweets because he can’t see any evidence that you are actually doing your job.

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    • MAGADJT says:

      I actually think he made a lot of sense in this interview. I understand POTUS is trying to get his message out to the public because we would be unaware otherwise, but Barr is asking for some help here to be able to maneuver without all the flak and incoming.Maybe POTUS could bring these concerns to Barr in private before he sounds the alarm on Twitter.

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      • Debra says:

        And then be accused of obstruction?

        Please. PDJT’s tweets are an exercise of his free speech as a citizen of this country. He is allowed to have an opinion. Once ‘his opinion’ is confined to ‘secret DOJ offices’, I make the over/under time period for my first sentence question to be lodged (via ‘leaks’) to be 24 hours . . .

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      • Summer says:

        On the other hand, was it necessary to say all the things Barr said in the interview? Shouldn’t HE bring his concerns to POTUS instead of the fake news media?

        I don’t remember Obama’s cabinet members criticizing their boss in public. Criticizing someone’s boss in public usually result in dismissal.

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      • Redzone says:

        May I suggest that PT was well aware of the potential ramifications of his tweets. They are a signal to you, Barr, to get off your @$$ and get to work protecting and saving our Republic.

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      • booger71 says:

        I prefer the AG not do any interviews, Especially on ABC

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        • icthematrix says:

          I actually agree that our great President should refrain from tweets on certain things, and pending decisions like this falls into that category. It plays directly into the hands of the plotters, at a time when he is grabbing the offensive. The deep state coupcrats suck energy away, although they’ve hurt themselves relative to the whole impeachment debacle.

          President Trump always has the power to pardon. Best to let the DOJ act to reduce as they did, wait for final results, and act accordingly.

          Love my President, but I think most of us have expressed concern for some elements of his tweeting. Even supporters occasionally cringe.

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          • Tl Howard says:

            And drawing attention to Barr when your enemies, Bernie and Petey and Amy and the freaked out DNC, are duking it out and looking bad doing it,draws attention away from the conflict in the Dem Party at a time when you want America to SEE that conflict.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Unfortunately, I have to agree with AG Barr about the tweets. I don’t agree that it should have been mentioned during an interview on national network television. It is understandable that PDJT may wish to send out tweets to prod some of the evildoers into making mistakes. Also, he might not mind being impeached yet again. He seems to have come out stronger after this last one.

      However, AG Barr is not a multi-billionaire. He might not be so welcoming of his own impeachment. He really should not end up being collateral damage to a twitter rant. He has been a target for ridicule from the Left from the second his name was mentioned for AG.

      This interview sounds like a prelude to a resignation. That would be most unfortunate.

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      • gda53 says:

        “If you don’t believe this is a set up between Trump and Barr, I have a bridge to sell you.”

        That was the first and “most liked” comment on the ABC article.

        I don’t see resignation in the interview myself.

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      • willthesuevi says:

        Sherri,
        Barr is the Attorney General of the USA. He works at the pleasure of the POTUS. He needs to keep his mouth shut, his head down, and get control over his domain.

        Maybe after that, he can appear on talk shows for interviews and cry about the unfairness of it all. His Boss expects results not platitudes, one liners and musical screeching.

        Barr is still a Jessie Liu supporter and has been for quite a while. Not the first time they have butted heads over her. POTUS had to pull her name this week. Barr didn’t do that, and I would bet Barr didn’t agree with the move.

        If he wants to resign, then resign. A person with class doesn’t go on the talk show circuit.

        I have been willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. But after this stunt, he earned himself an Aww shit and that erases every single one of his Atta boys.

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    • lolli says:

      Please tell me Barr is not using leverage to get PT to stop tweeting.
      “I will look into this if you give up tweeting”. Hope not.

      That said, PT would not be tweeting if he thought Barr was doing his job. PT is letting the world know what Barr should be doing, shining the light on the corruption.
      Barr should be glad PT is educating the public so they will be prepared for all of Barr’s upcoming indictments, right?

      They want to silence PT, IMO.

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    • markone1blog says:

      Maybe previous administrations did not use Twitter as much as the current administration; however, they did comment on current events (including court cases). Why does Barr think he is special?

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    • delighteddeplorable says:

      Perhaps it’s a maneuver by Barr to publicly put some sunlight between he and POTUS in an attempt to divert from the bleating jacksls who screech that POTUS controls him. And who are all in on getting Barr out. 🤷‍♀️

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    • apcharles says:

      Said this the other day when we learned he was testifying at the hearing.

      Barr is swamp and he is going to the hearing to end Trump’s Presidency officially by claiming pressure and influence.

      Just as he did in this interview.

      Just ask yourself, why is he still protecting all the swamp monsters? Why is no one charged?

      Barr has proven himself totally incompetent when the Attorney General of the United States believes The President is not allowed to have an opinion.

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    • billybob says:

      Well you whining bastard, did it ever occur to you that the DOJ and all that it includes have made it nearly impossible for President Trump to do the job that the american people hired him for and have spent the last 3 years trying to remove him from office and knee capping him at every available opportunity. Do your job Barr .

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    • Gary Lacey says:

      Frankly, I think Mr Barr has lost sight of what has happened in this country for at least 3 years, a coup d etat, with the DOJ and FBI instrumental in the overthrow of the election of DJT.

      INTEGRITY, Sir, you were supposed to clean it up……that’s job#1

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  12. gsonFIT says:

    President Trump didn’t influence Bill Barr to to change DOJ sentencing guidelines. He said he didn’t and there is no evidence of such. Additionally Bill Barr is a man of justice and has no reason to corrupt the DOJ any further.

    However if Stone was convicted, as PDJT supporters WE should not be calling for his conviction to be overturned just because it appears unjust. It is fine to request suitable sentencing or an appeal. I think there will be a time when he might be pardoned or better yet have the sentence commuted because there never should have been an investigation.

    But to call for a redo makes us no better than Adam Schiff and the dems that have come up with a legal principal of guilty till proven innocent. A group that present evidence of supposition and guilt by association. To scream for Stone to be let off ignores our justice system and makes us just like the dem party of “feelings” For the Stone ruling to be overturned it has to be done within our current legal system. The correct single system of justice. Not the dual system the political class imposes.

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    • RJ says:

      I would prefer AG Barr visit or make a telephone call to President Trump and talk with him about the damage some of his postings on social media might do or are doing to his investigative work. It seems to me that would be the most logical approach. So when he goes before the media and makes this kind of noise…what is the game going on with this guy?

      In other words, I do not place 100% of my trust toward Barr. I give him just 48% of trust and that is my outer limit at this point. If and when any serious charges come out of the DOJ regarding the senior players in the coup, then and only then will I re-evaluate my thoughts on Barr.

      Action speaks louder than words!

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      • gsonFIT says:

        I think the resigning attorneys are actively starting their defenses of an illegitimate investigation designed to destroy President Donald Trump. I also feel that a bit of Barr’s traditional politics is warranted here/ I do like your post

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    • cantcforest says:

      gFit, Flynn and Stone are dying a slow death while we strive for the degree of purity needed to give them justice.

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      • gsonFIT says:

        If PDJT and enough of his admin and supporters feel that way Pardon Stone. dems are trying to set up an “I told you so” for their low IQ base anyway. Screw them all and commute the sentence this will distract from prosecuting the Russia-gate coup though. I think this is why dems fight tooth and nail for Flynn conviction and this meaningless battle of Stone (I know it isnt meaningless to Stone). dems are looking for anything that proves they werent 100% wrong. Even process crimes generated while creating leverage

        I think Stone will wear a conviction as well as he wears the Nixon Tattoo on his back. Not sure the same will hold true for a longer stay in prison. Very tough situation and dems certainly should be held accountable during ultimate retribution. Big time!

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  13. …and on a ‘Side Note’…it’s Thursday and McCabe and Strzok are still running free and unaccountable for their crimes. Remember that “Monday or Tuesday” they could be arrested bit put forth by some other media?

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  14. Rock Knutne says:

    This whole thing is obviously the ru-up to the ‘next shampeachment’!
    Sheesh…
    Can they be any more predictable?

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  15. Dutchman says:

    WHERE is he/she?
    ONE Republican Senator, who is anywhere CLOSE to mirroring Devin Nunes?
    In the House, we have quite a gang of Warriors; Nunes, Collins, Meadows, Stefanik, Biggs,Ghomert and probably others.
    In the Senate,…MAYBE Rand Paul, …sort of.
    Otherwise,..BUPKAS, NADA, NOTHING!

    We have Grassley, who writes great letter, with -0- impact.

    And, we have Graham, who makes endless empty promises.

    The Republicons are in the MAJORITY in the Senate; they control whether the committes have OVERSIGHT hearings, which CAN be used to bring SUNLIGHT.

    WHY aren’t SSCI having hearings on IC involvement in Coup’s #1 and #2?

    WHY, with FISA reauthorisation coming soon, aren’t Senate Judiciary holding hearings, after the IG report on FISA abuse?

    Congress, in addition to Oversight authority, has “the power of the purse”;
    They can threaten to withhold funding from FBI, until Wray gives some answers that involve more than bias training, to clearly show he is investigsting and prosecuting the coupists.

    By their inaction, the Senate Republicon leadership are sending a CLEAR, UNEQUIVOCAL signal to the coupists, to keep covering up, and keep trying.

    We all say “OMG, they aren’t going to stop!”
    THEY would stop, if Senate Republicons , by action and word, vocally DEFENDED the President, and USED the Power available to them, to shed light on this ongoing travesty.
    Their silence is DEAFENING, and leads one to only one conclusion; the Senate Republicons are COMPLICIT in the ongoing coup and coverup.

    Ah, but WHAT ARE Senate Republicons doing? Advancing legislation to try to tie the hands of the Commander in Chief, so he can’t use strategic airstrikes to take out Terrorists!

    Such actions are waving a green flag, both at Democrats and deep staters, that clearly and unambiguously says;
    “KEEP GOING!”

    McConnell can change committee chairs, like changing underwear.
    WHY, given all that has come out, is Burr still Chairman of SSCI?

    Derailing the Ratcliff nomination?
    ANOTHER clear signal, that Senate Republicon leadership SUPPORTS the ongoing coverup.

    “Mueller is an HONORABLE man, his investigation MUST continue!”
    Means “the prosecution of Flynn and Stone MUST continue, and we approve!”

    And they all sang in the choir; McConnell, Graham, Grassley, Thune, Cornyn, Burr, etc.

    Because they are all COMPLICIT in the COUP! There can be NO other explanation.

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    • RePete says:

      I agree, and everyone around me does too. It’s why we aren’t Republicans. The Republicans aren’t even Republicans. The whole party system is a 3 card monty.

      Media needs to start spotlighting these unknown and obscure senators.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Alas, depending on THE MEDIA?
        Unless you mean “alt media” like here at CTH, or AmericanThinker, well, good luck with that!

        Nunes listed 3, well basically ‘enemies of the people’, although he didn’t use those that term;
        DEMOCRATS,
        Deep State
        Media

        But, as I argue in my earlier post, there is a FORTH;
        Republicon leadership in Senate, Congress more broadly (Remember Ryan?) and actually, as many commenters here have shared, the Republican Party leadership, at the STATE and county level.

        Your local Republican party has monthly meetings. Like most organisations, typical meeting covers old business, new business, etc.
        But, the members present elect or reelect the LEADERS.
        YOU, and a bunch of like minded friends, can JOIN the party, evaluate if the leadership are doing the job you want them to do, vote to retain the good, vote out the bad, and CHANGE the nature of the party, in your area.

        And, if enough of us,DO this, it can complete the change of the National Republican Party, to one that supports an America First, MAGA agenda, encourages primarying of these traitorous GOPe, RINO, NeverTrumpers.

        HOW did Romney get into the Senate? Because the STATE RNC supported him, and far too many Republican voters in Utah, don’t bother to attend their local Republican party monthly meetings.
        Just using Romney as an example.
        The open manipulation in Az, by the State Republican party, gave us Kursin Sinalot, an in disguise red baby conmunist, and McSally, a McCain/Flake wannabee.
        So, if you don’t like who’s representing you in DC, you CAN do something about it.

        “Decisions are made, by those who show up!”

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    • Shirley Goodwin says:

      A correction to a point you made. You said Congress has the power of the purse but that is not true. The House has the power of the purse, Congress includes both houses, the Senate and House. People often don’t think about the common term “both houses of Congress” but it means the House and Senate. And we need to remember that it’s the House that controls the purse.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I stand,…er sit,..well actually lie down, corrected.
        House isn’t even bothering to pretend to propose a budget, this year.
        And your right, I had missed that little detail.
        The reason we have TWO Houses of Congress, with only one Judiciary, and one POTUS;

        Founders recognised the power to write laws, is inherently the most powerful. Therefore, they opted for two Houses, to further divide up the legislative power.

        Anyway, I believe my overall point is still valid; the Senate COULD be taking many actions, that,would send a clear signal that the Senate (Republican leadership) DOES NOT support the coup and coverup.

        Failing to take such actions, encourages continueing the coverup, and additional coup attempts.

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      • youme says:

        There is a way around anything including the Constitution:

        The Senate took a House spending bill, stripped it of all it’s language and inserted the Obamacare bill.

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  16. JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

    Maria Bartiromo is TOP NOTCH. She asks the right questions!!

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  17. tacocat43 says:

    Disagree. A corrupt counsel team, a corrupt jury. What would you want if it was you? I’m not saying let him off the hook but every American deserves a fair trial. There’s no way you can convince me that Hart woman just happened to come up next for jury duty.

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  18. Robster says:

    Here’s an idea for Devin Nunes or Judicial Watch. Sue the NYT for an unredacted copy of the Carter Page FISA application that Ali Watkins got from James Wolf.

    While he’s at it he can begin commenting that the media has had the unredacted copy for several years yet both he, as a sitting member of the house and ranking member, and the American public still cannot see the fully unredacted copy to this day.

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  19. Ludo says:

    I’m shocked Nunes would speak about Barr that way, as if he’s a good guy. Barr is the guy who sings Wray’s praises. Nunes needs to read CTH.

    Durham will bring down Barr and the rest of the swamp.

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    • Shirley Goodwin says:

      Just because Barr says something nice bout Wray means very little. Trump says nice things about China’s Xi and we know he’s a bad guy. There are reasons that people say nice things about others publicly. For example, Trump has been in business long enough to know that you don’t publicly criticize someone unless you’re ready to go to war with them. Barr may be saying things about Wray for reasons we don’t understand.

      And as for Durham bringing Barr down, that sounds a bit odd since Barr appointed him. If Barr is a bad guy, then we should be suspicious of Durham, too.

      As in everything in this giant chess game, it’s best to wait and see how things play out.

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  20. gsonFIT says:

    I would be curious to hear how 4 DOJ/Mueller guys came up with 7-9 years for Roger Stone. Also curious if there was any communication between Brandon Van Grack and the 4 AAG that left the Roger Stone Case.

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  21. Barr looking for excuses?
    Do your damn job Mr. AG!
    —————————

    Barr: Trump’s tweets make it ‘impossible for me to do my job’

    https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/483023-barr-trumps-tweets-make-it-impossible-for-me-to-do-my-job

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    • Eric says:

      Or this could be simply PR coordinator between Trump and Barr to “prove” tension exists and that Barr is an independent thinker.

      In other words, everything isn’t always as it appears to be.

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      • CTH Fan says:

        Or, it gives the opportunity for the Dems to claim obstruction. I do wish you might be careful of what you say AG Barr sir. There are people just waiting for one word out of place.

        I might like to add that you should have been on top of this so that the President would not feel the need to tweet his concern. These are your subordinates that created this mess. Please do not let the impeachment gang turn you into just another person to turn your back on the man that nominated you. We have had enough of those people, they are a dime a dozen.

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      • MR52 says:

        Or maybe Trump hit a nerve that is going to expose him for his lack of getting the FBI under control and why. Both the Stone and Manafort case are prosecutor abuse cases that should be addresses. Just like impeachment, that has not been handled. Latest news on Jury foreman is very revealing. Barr should be all over that if he wants to protect the justice system.

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  22. repsort says:

    The process is the punishment.
    So what if there’s a mistrial. He’s been ruined.
    Message sent..

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  23. Herbert Kroll says:

    More names of jury members are coming out, although the list is not completed yet:

    Liam Waugh-Cazell
    Lev T.,
    M.I. Vokinoff (?),
    2 persons by the name of Vindman,
    R. Canside
    and Will Gatstone

    /S

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  24. Roger Stone mistrial in 3-2-1 ……stay tuned

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      Will have to be kicked up to an appeals court as Jackson has basically declared non-cooperation in any way shape or form.

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      • Federal judge can be removed for malfeasance, good cause….
        and here is shown such good cause if issue with publicly revealed jury bias
        is ignored by Court. The entire trial is shit canned….invalidated by bias
        that is equivalent to jury tampering….mistrial is result of either one.
        Judges are given latitude for extraordinary circumstances to remedy
        failed process exposed, and that has occurred.

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    • cantcforest says:

      Are you counting in decades? Justice can’t move that fast in the face of Lawfare and the Deep State.
      Do all of the lawyers on this site not see the gross injustice that is being perpetrated by the Deep State and the Media proceeding on the basis of presuming guilt. Unconstitutional. How can we save our Republic when DS throws stuff up without any basis and we waste time trying to disprove all of their accusations. As a start, I’d like to suggest that the four prosecutors who just walked be thrown in solitary with no chance of bail while Ms Liu confers with Judge Berman to make sure everything is on the up and up. On second thought, let the ladies contemplate solitary while some appeals are worked out for Flynn and Stone.
      I’ll do my penance now.

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  25. CTH Fan says:

    Is it true that a Judge can be impeached?

    Is it not questionable that a Judge allows potential jurors be selected even though there is evidence of bias against the defendant in the jury pool? Surely the defense team has some form of recourse in such a clear case of bias and dereliction of duty by a presiding Judge. Perhaps a new trial and change of venue?

    This particular Judge put Manafort in solitary confinement, for no good reason, to assist the Mueller team in undue coercion of a defendant.. Clearly a case of prejudicial misconduct as I see it as a layperson.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      Yes Federal judges can be impeached. We have one sitting in congress as we speak (Alcee Hastings). That’s why a number of cases were handed off to NY State.

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    • willthesuevi says:

      Tars is correct.

      In fact the great majority of impeachments in our countries history have been judges. By a very wide margin. I can think of one that needs to happen starting the end of November 2020.

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  26. Jim Raclawski says:

    look… Mr Nunes is deep in the trenches going “hand2hand” with these miscreants… and yes for sure accountability is crucial to “unFLUCKin” this grotesque level of hell we’re in….

    but foremost, in my mind, is this factoid……
    that the planners&perpetrators of this on-going attempted political decapitation of a sitting President…. which is predominantly&exclusively(‘cept for 1 g.o.p. oxygen thief..) the sole tar-baby of every democrat in congress….. because
    To a person…. they’re no longer capable of being seen as anything but … illegitimate — as they have abrogated their oath of office before GOD to support&defend… bear true faith&allegiance to the Constitution of this Republic….. Having sworn that oath… they THEN go-conspired to play act as “statesman” while foisting this mockery of an “IMPEACHMENT” upon the American people….

    FROM the secret stalin-like tribunals.. lacking any semblance of DUE PROCESS… to the manipulated procedures&process… the gross distortion of facts… the disinformation/misinformation & the propagating a Frankenstein -monster-version of the constitution…. all for show…

    Yes “they” bear watching because they’ve embarked on a path where their goal is to “murder” the Repbluc…. then rearrange the corpse into something more to their liking…

    just before “mic drop” ….. I’m wanting to be clear as glass… ANY MEMBER OF CONGRESS THAT ACCEPTED AS “CONSTITUTIONAL” ANY ACTION THAT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL . … is incapable of being considered legitimately a fellow countryman….
    SEMPER FI…. thatisall (hope I didn’t ramble… finding that happens more frequently…)

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  27. Zydeco says:

    Has anyone gamed out the scenario where the increasingly lawless Deep State simply WON’T ACCEPT any facts, evidence or indictments by BARR or anyone else? A scenario where Patriots have to go along or a civil war in the halls of Congress are the options. I always thought a civil war would only start in the streets but it might be in the Capitol itself.

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    • gda53 says:

      Hmmmm, I thought that was exactly what was happening and has been happening for 4+ years with PDJT, and goodness knows how long before him.

      The only difference is, before PDJT every administration just bent down and took it because the DS cut them and their families in on some of the $Trillions at stake. They never tried to fight back as long as they got their cut.

      Only serious indictments (outside of DC) can hope to make a dent in the DS power. And then the culling needs to continue far beyond just the NSC. PDJT just said that.

      Time for some major departments of government to get relocated to the hinterland too – places like Windchill, North Dakota need a DS presence.

      And I understand there are plenty of empty buildings in DC, away from the action, where DS minions can be sent to play where they can be kept out of harms (and temptations) way – sharpening pencils and other important tasks.

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    • cantcforest says:

      Zy, I’ve been there for a couple of years. Basically, they(DS) are entrenched and the humane way to stem the general suffering and rape of our constitutional government would be to nuke DC. I want to believe that it could be done following the Constitution, but I’m very skeptical now.

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  28. kleen says:

    Nunes is right about our “media”

    Disinformation was used by the KGB to indicate: “MANIPULATION OF A NATION’S INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM through the injection of credible, but MISLEADING DATA”. From this point on, disinformation became a tactic used in the Soviet political warfare called active measures. Active measures were a crucial part of Soviet intelligence strategy involving forgery as covert operation, subversion, and media manipulation.

    This is Soviet Union style disinformation campaign.

    Disinformation is false information spread deliberately to deceive.

    the Russian dezinformatsiya,derived from the title of a KGB black propaganda department

    Russian use began with a “special disinformation office” in 1923. Disinformation was defined in Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1952) as “false information with the intention to deceive public opinion”

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  29. Abe Lincoln says:

    Sundance r u Devin Nunes? He is finally opening saying exactly what you have been reviewing for the past couple years. I feel like I’ve read the book already as Devin goes through his talk. Thank you sir for laying this all out over the past couple years for us laymen. 🙂

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  30. JohnCasper says:

    BOMBSHELL: AG Barr Blasts Trump Tweets, Says They Make It ‘Impossible’ for Him to Do His Job’

    Is Mr. Bagpipes getting ready to follow the lead of the dirty four Stone persecutors and “resign in protest”, or is he trying to get fired?

    In any case, I have gone from agnostic to atheist as far as having any faith in him goes.

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    • Zy says:

      This situation is going to be big. I’m trying to figure out in a good or bad way. I’m leaning bad, more ammo for Schumer, Pelosi and Coup Crew. Is this “snatching defeat from the jaws of victory”?

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    • IGiveUp says:

      According to this story, Barr threatened Trump?? I’m not going to be bullied or influenced by the President??

      If true, Barr needs to go.

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      • Nigella says:

        No he didn’t.

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      • I don’t agree. Barr is extremely sensitive to the issue of always appearing to be above any outside influence … not the Congress, not the President, not the Press, not anyone at all. And he’s 100% right about that.

        I think that he does make a legitimate point that President Trump’s “tweets” on these matters creates big problems for Barr as he continues to try to navigate these “appearance waters.” The two of them should just sit down together, or call each other up on a suitably secure phone, and discuss it … come to an understanding … and keep that understanding private between themselves.

        Yes, the President is famous for “tweeting” and he uses this to very good effect … he always has … but Barr’s role is very special and delicate, and as such I think he has a valid point. Maybe, say, Trump should ask Barr’s recommendation before firing off a “tweet” on certain subjects. Maybe that would be the right thing to do sometimes. When you are President, and he is AG, and both of you are trying to do your respective jobs, then just maybe … 👌 … you two just need to work something out.

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        • willthesuevi says:

          I voted for President Trump. I didn’t see Barr on the ballot.

          If I did this to my Boss/Client, I would be kicking rocks down the street post haste.

          I could give a red, rubber, rats, rectum, for Barr after this stunt. Never trust the Pied Piper again.

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        • Nigella says:

          I totally agree

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          • Nigella says:

            My reply was to Mike

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            • And my reply is the same: “these two very-different Officers of our Government need to work together effectively.” Even though one (of course) “serves at the pleasure of the other,” I personally find Mr. Barr’s concerns to be legitimate. Particularly because of the peculiar nature of the Office that he holds. He really does have a valid point to make here, IMHO.

              I personally don’t find the whole thing to be “much of a ‘biggy,'” though, because Presidential Tweeting is not an official act … it’s a personal one. (“Whups! Me bad!”) They can sort it out.

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        • RAC says:

          ” Yes, the President is famous for “tweeting” and he uses this to very good effect … he always has …”
          It could be that PDJT was intentionally setting the stage for Barr to say what he did so as to defuse leftist accusations Barr not being independent.

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          • Yes, that’s an interesting theory. (“He said, neutrally.”)

            But I’d probably just say that Mr. Barr is most likely just trying to do his difficult job as best he can, as is Mr. Trump, and that his comments concerning the effect of “tweets” can probably just be taken at face value. That’s enough to satisfy “Occam’s Razor” for me. I can readily see Mr. Barr’s point, and I daresay that Mr. Trump can too. Tomorrow is another day.

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    • apcharles says:

      Barr is here to protect the swamp and remove Trump from office. Make no mistake

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Barr is full of hot air. Just ask his bagpipes.

      Better yet, watch the interview he just did on ABC.

      I don’t trust him, despite the speeches he gives that evoke the many oos and ahs from those who want to believe he’s the real deal.

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  31. IGiveUp says:

    “I’m not going to be bullied or influenced by anybody….whether it’s Congress, newspaper editorial boards, or the president,” Bill Barr tells @ABC News.

    “I cannot do my job here at the department with a constant background commentary that undercuts me.” https://t.co/gD4yPkrxxf pic.twitter.com/PznUGkiVUF
    — This Week (@ThisWeekABC) February 13, 2020

    Barr added that it was “preposterous” to suggest that he “intervened” in the case as much as he acted to resolve a dispute within the department on a sentencing recommendation.”
    ———————————————————-

    What a pussy! Can you imagine a General crying that he can’t fight because there’s so much noise from the enemy firing?

    I despise this weak wimpy creep. What an unmanly slimy whiny thing to say.

    GIVE ME A GENERAL WHO CAN FIGHT!!

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    • gda53 says:

      Completely disagree. We’re seeing different movies here and yours seems to have suffered from precasting.

      Let’s suppose you had a negative opinion of Barr before this interview. Does that not mean you’ve perhaps pre-cast him as the villain, so cannot see otherwise.

      The Dems pre-cast Donald Trump as a villain. Now EVERYTHING he does is evil or at the very least wrong.

      Same as Barr?

      I’m still giving Barr the benefit of the doubt. This was all theatre to protect his position. And there is no doubt that the tweet(s) put him in an awkward position

      This may have been a situation when PDJT should not have tweeted as he did. Not that I blame him. And we’ll just have to see what happens.

      I suspect Barr’s not going to resign and PDJT is not going to fire him. But he has shown that he will not bow to any side’s political pressure, and that muzzles the snarling wolves.

      But given all that, PDJT has shone a bright light on Roger Stone, where only a dim one was visible. So maybe the tweet WAS a good idea.

      We’ll just have to see what happens

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Barr should resign after PUBLICLY lashing out at his boss.

      Barr doesn’t want the President to tweet about certain things??

      When did becoming President require one to relinquish his First Amendment rights??

      Laura Ingraham got on my last nerve yesterday when she expressed similar sentiments.

      Heard a few minutes of Shammity in the car, and he agrees with Barr!!

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    • Tl Howard says:

      So, this suggests that Barr was NOT going to wait for Mar.31 set straight his involvement or non-involvement in the Liu nomination withdrawal. Sundance miscalled this one, I guess.

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    • Wait a minute … please recognize the very difficult position of The Attorney General of the United States and consent to take his statements – not as evidence of some dark conspiracy, but – at face value.

      Maybe even Mr. Barr did not fully anticipate just how political his job would become, nor how much purely-political attacks he would face from the likes of “Lawfare.” I very much think that this is so, and that there is a very concerted effort to drive him out. Barr is a professional that many people fear, and so, “if we can just do a Nixon on him,” their lives would of course be made vastly simpler.

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  32. The Devilbat says:

    For those who have far left democrat – Marxist friends or who know any Bernie supporters.

    I recently had to describe what communism is to a 35 year old school teacher who told me that although she had heard the word, “communism” she could not tell me what it was. It seems to me that the teachers have been dumbed down as well as the kids. Here is what I told her. You might want to pass it on.

    The Victims of Communism Memorial is a memorial in Washington, D.C. located at the intersection of Massachusetts and New Jersey Avenues and G Street, NW, two blocks from Union Station and within view of the U.S. Capitol. The memorial is dedicated “to the more than one hundred million victims of communism”. This number is only from the twentieth century. People are still dying.

    To live under communism is best described as being called up by a tyrannical army except it applies to people of both sexes and all ages. One serves in this army for life. One is told where to live, what job to do, what one’s pay will be. The food one eats is only what is provided.

    One cannot refuse to do any kind of job or disobey an order from one’s superiors. If one disobeys, one is arrested. One does not and cannot own where one lives and even one’s clothes belong to the state. Any form of protest will bring about immediate retribution. One cannot simply quit and go home. Anyone who causes enough trouble is simply eliminated.

    This pretty much describes life in Russia during the dark days of the Soviet Union. Communism has been tried in a number of countries. North Korea, Cambodia, China, Cuba and others. During the twentieth century communism killed an estimated one hundred million people.

    None of this has been taught in US schools for the past thirty years. Today we see huge numbers of young people who followed the communist Obama and are now voting for Bernie Sanders, the American communist who spent his honeymoon in Russia at the height of the cold war. This is way worse than sad.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      To start with, stop pronouncing it com-u-nism. (idiot Americans)

      It’s pronounced commun-ism. Makes it easier to know what it means.

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    • ganesh says:

      I take your point.

      And, would like to add, in the US alone, some 65 Million unborn children have died due to filicide since only 1960!. Probably most due to matricide.

      So THAT is giving communism a run for its money on the blood circuit. Pretty sure globally matricide is winning 10:1 over communism.

      Unless you are a Margeret Sanger supporter. In which case Eugenics is winning by an even larger margin.

      Really hard to complain about your government when you can not even make it past the birth canal.

      Ganesh

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  33. apcharles says:

    Ask yourself why this fat swamp monster decided to take an interview with the enemy media, during this very time….

    …. Barr is bad news.

    He is here to stop Trump. Nothing more. Nothing Less

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  34. atomichillbilly says:

    Mcclatchy…..lol!

    The propaganda mouthpiece for deep state “think tanks”.

    Now they’re in bankruptcy trying to shed their pension plan obligations and likely to get bought out by the same (pro Trump?) hedge fund managers who own the National Enquirer…

    Who will sit on the board of directors then?

    Will they also gain control of the mcclatchy email archives?

    Was mcclatchy involved in the coup plot?

    Things that make you go “hmmmm….🤔”.

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  35. atomichillbilly says:

    Mcclatchy…..lol!

    The propaganda mouthpiece for deep state “think tanks”.

    Now they’re in bankruptcy trying to shed their pension plan obligations and likely to get bought out by the same (pro Trump?) hedge fund managers who own the National Enquirer…

    Who will sit on the board of directors then?

    Will they also gain control of the mcclatchy email archives?

    Was mcclatchy involved in the coup plot?

    Things that make you go “hmmmm….🤔”.

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  36. JohnCasper says:

    Do you miss me yet?
    – Jeff Sessions
    (who, at least, didn’t go on ABC and say President Trump was making it impossible for him to do his job)

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  37. @ChiacgoBri says:

    I try not to comment twice in a thread, but this Barr thing has my Irish up. President Trump has been taking flack for over 4 years, much of it from people who report to Mr. Barr. So my advice to Barr is to suck it up, buttercup, or move on.

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  38. Troublemaker10 says:

    It’s gotta be difficult serving in the Administration of a disruptor president. 😁

    I’m sure every agency would like things to be kept private. And there seems to be some hidden rule that Presidents can’t talk to their AGs over pending justice matters. However, many find Trump’s transparancy into his thinking pretty darn refreshing.

    I have no problem with what Barr had to say.

    I have no problem with Trump’s tweets.

    It is what goes on behind closed doors that worries me. This is much Ado about nothing and fake outrage by the left.

    And, btw….

    Even if Trump had not expressed his tweet thoughts on Stone injustice, the left would have still accused Trump and Barr of the same thing.

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  39. be says:

    Barr said one thing that is true he can’t do his job. Obvious since nothing has been done long before President Trump tweeted. We are watching and the DOJ is a mess.

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  40. Paul Gallant says:

    From Another Report Attorney General Barr says President Trump’s tweets ‘make it impossible for me to do my job’

    “Hey Barr maybe if you declassified everything that President Trump put you in charge of he wouldn’t have to tweet or better yet if you did your job and arrested people in the middle of the night or indicted anyone, the President wouldn’t have to point out to you how to do your job.”

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    • Nigella says:

      By the way, the Presidents spokesperson said that he had no problem with what Barr had to say and has every confidence in him

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      • gda53 says:

        And suddenly the air came out of the Barr-haters and RolCons and they were left looking kind of silly.

        PDJT trusts Barr
        Nunes trusts Barr.

        Maybe the logical conclusion should be – if you don’t trust Barr & Nunes then you don’t really trust PDJT?

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  41. JohnCasper says:

    Barr is mad because DJT, in effect, called Barr out. It was Barr’s DOJ that came up with the 7 to 9 in the slammer on a process crime, so called. Barr likely felt DJT’s tweet was saying Barr wasn’t properly managing his own department.

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  42. JohnCasper says:

    I knew it! Haven’t looked at Drudge for a while, but got ‘the urge’ to now, and what did I find?

    BARR BLASTS TRUMP

    Barr had to know this is what would come.

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  43. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      So, get this straight….

      It is now established that Trump doesn’t interfere with DOJ nor make demands on Barr…

      But he damn will be free to continue to voice his opinion on things with the people …

      So get over it.

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    • JohnCasper says:

      Mr. President, AG Barr all but toke off a glove and slapped you in the face.

      It must take a lot of will power to not fire him.

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  44. Troublemaker10 says:

    Barr didn’t “blast Trump”. Those are clickbait headlines because the media is always antagonistic .

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  45. ChampagneReady says:

    Another one that nobody talks about is what they TRIED to do to Dr. Jerome Corsi.

    For FOUR MONTHS they terrorized him in a room that had no windows and almost in a Nazi style interrogation. They told him that he had to sign an affidavit WHICH THEY KNEW was false. They wanted him to say that Roger Stone knew about the emails, that “Russia” had hacked and that Roger had told him he knew about them. There were up to 10 prosecutors and FBI agents at any one-time browbeating him.

    They told him if he didn’t sign the affidavit, they would charge him with lying about something he had simply forgot (a totally non important or consequential email) and that he was lying to them that he had “figured out” on his own that WikiLeaks would be releasing damaging Clinton emails soon, WHICH HE DID. They told him, ” YOU’RE LYING.” And if he wouldn’t agree to say Roger Stone had told him instead, they would put him in prison for the rest of his life. That he would die there.

    Not in a million years did they think he would tell them, DO IT ! And to shove their plea deal affidavit up their ass. He wouldn’t not lie for them, as he states it, “before God.”

    They were going to have him sign the affidavit and then put him under a “states secrets” non disclosure to never reveal what he signed or what they had told him. If he did, he would then go to prison for life, for THAT.

    Dr. Corsi is a hero. And they made a monster mistake. They gave hiim that affidavit to take home being a thousand percent sure he would sign it. Now Dr. Corsi also HAS that affidavit as proof of what they tried to coerce him to do. And they are FREAKED. Dr Corsi has filed a 350 million dollar lawsuit against Mueller and Weismann et al. He will take it all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary.

    This is why the prosecutors never called him as a witness in the trial of Stone. The bastards didn’t dare!

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    • jebg46 says:

      Wow, that is great news about Dr. Corsi. I was wondering where he had disappeared to. I just wish that it wasn’t taxpayers who will end up paying for the criminal behavior of Weismann/Mueller. I want these evil criminals to be bankrupted and thrown into solitary for life for all the scummy things they have done to so many innocent people. Some of their victims died in prison before they were finally found innocent.

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  46. Rynn69 says:

    PDJT described Nunes as one of the “most legitimate human beings” he ever met. So true. God bless Devin, Jim Jordan, Doug Collins, Mark Meadows, Louie Gohmert, John Ratcliffe, and others who are doing the work of a Revolutionary Patriot.

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  47. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Sounds like we need an IGIG

    Inspector General for Inspector Generals.

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  48. Suzy Jules says:

    McCabe just walked. Barr is a BS dirty deep stater. There will never be a clean out, unless Trump wins and the house n senate bring in Patriots to do the right thing. It seems all that happening is deep state recyclers with a RINO frosting with crap underneath. They are all seditionous, traitors. We can bend over and kiss our butts goodbye.

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