McConnell Agrees With Bill Barr – President Trump Not Using Political Filter Enough With His Tweeting – Too Much Honesty….

Senator Mitch McConnell appears on Fox News to discuss his view on AG Bill Barr’s frustration with President Trump’s honest tweeting of opinion.

Leader McConnell agrees with AG Barr that President Trump is not being political enough with his communication.  President Trump is delivering too much honest information and direct opinion in a DC system that relies upon a purely political filter.  The absence of that political filter is creating a problem for all operational systems in Washington DC.

McConnell says the President “should listen to the Attorney General” and ignore the expectations of the American people who hired President Trump to be brutally honest as an anti-politician and disruptive influence in DC. DC-Based Brett Baier guides the conversation to stay focused on attacking President Trump for not being political enough.


And Brett Baier is a human Cabbage Patch doll.

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375 Responses to McConnell Agrees With Bill Barr – President Trump Not Using Political Filter Enough With His Tweeting – Too Much Honesty….

  1. kleen says:

    This is a way to force POTUS to stop sharing the truth.

    They have been trying to remove him from Twitter. They can’t take the chance of having him tell his side of the story when they work 24/7 to destroy him with lies.

    Social Media is deep state worse nightmare. That is precisely why they have been blocking conservatives all the time. Removing our content.

    What they are doing to him, they do us, by removing our content for “violating their rules”. Forcing us to watch out and be more careful. If not, be banned and gone.
    The swamp wants POTUS to be more careful with his content. Follow the rules, their rules. Only share what they approve of.

    They must control information.

    By making POTUS afraid to speak his mind and have him watching his words, they can control information and his side will never be heard.

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  2. rustybritches says:

    If MCConnell was any kind of ally or friend to the President He would have held the members of the senate together and told them they better not sign on with the Dems in regard to PT war powers act, I hope that every one of those rats get drug over the coals and then some.
    How can these people think that by tying his hands is in any way going to stop IRAN from attacking Us shame on all of these people for standing by and giving the dems more ammo to use against this President especially after knowing full well all that he has been threw in the last three years shame on all of them,, I hope they know that some of us have been supporting Mitch and a few other people in the senate and I will never do so again.. From now on my money will go Strickly to the Presidents campaign and the RNC had better be on the ground to help those new people running for the house and senate because if she is not then they too will never get any more money from me Pt has been doing all he can to bring these endless wars to an end and
    again, Dam these people They did nothing while Obama broke every law in the book and now they do all they can to make sure that PT is not allowed to do his job.. again I hope you all have the
    money to get threw this election and please those 8 people who voted to day with the dems do not under any circumstances asked the President To help you when the time comes

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  3. Bogeyfree says:

    Now you see why We the People should sacrifice just McConnell’s seat come Nov!

    IMO, the boys in the Senate hoped Ukraine would not get any traction after Impeachment 1.0 but with Barr accepting Rudy’s evidence and referring it to the US Attorney in Western PA, that has got them all scared to death whereby threatening PT via this fake tweet BS is their warning shot.

    Liked by 12 people

    • dottygal says:

      They are all panicking. Lindsey Graham looks so freaked out lately!

      Liked by 5 people

    • suejeanne1 says:

      I am so disgusted with many of the stupid people that Fox News has – aren’t there enough dopes on CNN and MSNBC?

      As serious as everything is, I guess it is for some sort of comic relief that my Mom and I exchange observations about various Fox News people –

      Mom says Brett Baier reminds her of Eddie Munster as his toupee gets more pronounced

      I am thinking he is going for an abbreviated Steven Seagal look (the new Steven Seagal, the Russian Steven Seagal)

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    • Bob says:

      Rudy’s information will be thrown into the shredder. They will never indict Biden.


  4. Laurie Walker says:

    I hope everyone commenting listened to the entire interview.

    Mitch is a bad ass and this is how I felt oubout him after the Kavanaugh hearings.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. mark says:

    I sent Barr a message through the DOJ website to do his damn job and if he was he wouldn’t have to be concerned with POTUS tweeting. I then reminded him that he has been in place for a year as AG now and so far there have been zero indictments and no one responsible for the coup has been held accountable.

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  6. Terra Rayner says:

    Mitch McConnell will now be dubbed Captain Obvious…the POTUS not neing political enough is why HE will continue to win, and why they will likey never understand why…or how! Next….Trump listen to one of his appointees??? And suddenly stop being transparent…and unfiltered??? Hilarious suggestion Mitch!
    I just wish Trump would just say eff all of you, and dump every document? emails and text…and maybe missing depostions??? Long past due to rip the damn bandaid off even if its adhered to the hairiest spot…preferably as the more painful it is for them, the better!

    Oh and Happy Valentines day…i hope you all feel, know or find love!

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  7. hawkins6 says:

    “President Trump is delivering too much honest information and direct opinion in a DC system that relies upon a purely political filter. The absence of that political filter is creating a problem for all operational systems in Washington DC.”

    Well written and true. But President Trump is not omnipotent so he still has to be smarter than his opposition and cautious to some degree in this high stakes battle. His 95% GOP support could shrink if he can’t bring them all along with him on his swamp clearing adventure. He can’t win the political war on Tweets alone especially if he uses the social media site to criticize opponents about things they have no control over like their looks and their height.

    A leader must know how far ahead of his troops he can go into dangerous enemy territory alone no matter how determined he is. Eventually, he will need his troops to be at his side or the battle is lost anyway. Losing Bill Barr would be have been his biggest loss to date IMO. There is still a way he can tweet the truth and not place unneeded public pressure on crucial Cabinet members. Timing is important.

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    • old45model says:

      Afraid I tend to disagree with some of your prognostications, H6. Criticizing his opponents upon their most ‘valuable’ assets should ensure they get their panties in a twist and lose focus. He should be able to cut them off at the knees with a few well chosen words – the bigger the ego the easier to do (unless it happens to be someone who is at peace with themselves and the world – in which case a different tack would need to be employed).
      Why should he not do unto others as they have done unto him? Not getting angry, just getting even – and smiling whilst so doing.

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      • hawkins6 says:

        I don’t disagree with anything you or sundance wrote.

        I’m just concerned (and confused) that Trump leads the charge too often himself and is usually way ahead of everyone else. It is admirable but why not use eloquent surrogates more that can’t be frivolously impeached by the House to get the message out more often and spread the media attacks over a much larger range. That exactly what was done in the battle against impeachment. Surely there are other GOPers angry at the 2 tier justice system.

        Some of the GOP beyond the Romney 4 are already beginning to fold on this important issue.


        • Ackman419 says:

          Critters and senators don’t want a scarlet letter. They are in the business of preserving themselves.
          MAGA is great, now,
          But once Our Lion leaves office, we are right back where we were.
          There are a ton of office holders who want to ride the fence, and see themselves as outlasting PDJT.

          Liked by 5 people

          • H.R. says:

            Ackman419: “There are a ton of office holders who want to ride the fence, and see themselves as outlasting PDJT.”

            Yup. They potentially do that if the voters don’t interfere and toss them out on their kiesters.

            In the Legislature, there are no term limits. Most representatives in the House and Senate get to ride the Gravy Train for years.

            In the Judiciary, most appointments are lifetime.

            In the Executive branch, a President gets 8 years, max. President Trump knows he has to make the most of every day. He is attempting to make his policies hard to undo by subsequent Presidents and is trying to get us back to being a functioning Constitutional Republic, i.e. Making America Great Again.

            President Trump’s judicial appointments are a big deal. It won’t matter if the congresscritters outlast him if their schemes run head on into the wall of a Judiciary that follows the Constitution.

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    • theasdgamer says:

      McConnell may be helping with the judges…whether they will be helpful is yet to be determined…maybe they will choose to ignore malfeasance by those with political power…

      Liked by 1 person

  8. nkmommy says:

    They should be frustrated by the deep state’s machinations, not with the sun shining on government affairs. The fact that they’re unhappy with the President reaching us directly with the truth is very troubling. No worry, so long as people like Sundance and this site continue to show us the supporting facts for the truth then we can support the President and disseminate that truth to others. I’ve been doing that over the years with my family and they now come here for the truth and are all strong supporters of Trump, they see right through the swamp.

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  9. Kaco says:

    Is Barr going to do a damn thing within the next week or two? If not, and it’s another four or five months only to hear Jim Jordan say, “Durham is working on the case”, then he needs to STFU about POTUS tweets.

    Something needs to move NOW.

    Why did Barr write that article before he was AG? Why did he give that speech about the injustice going on? Why is Jordan and others bringing up the Durham investigation? Does the freedom caucus know something? Because it just looks like nothing is happening.

    Why is Barr waiting a month before appearing before the House Judiciary? Is another impeachment over this really a threat and is Barr allowing it to happen by waiting a month to clear this matter up?

    When is the hammer going to fall on the conspirators?

    McCabe did try to use POTUS tweets for his case, I believe. Then I know a judge tried to use POTUS tweets to determine whether the Travel Ban was because anti-Islam. I certainly don’t want to jeopardize any case with claims of bias and tainting a jury pool or something. Justice is supposed to be blind.

    And I don’t want us all to have to live through another impeachment over this!

    However, I don’t know whether to trust Barr if he is going to do something because all I’ve seen is Trump people being railroaded, smeared, financially destroyed the past 3 years. Podestas, the dirty cops, the IRS, all go scot-free.

    And because there have not been any perp walks, the Dems will claim POTUS is going after “political enemies”. As if that is not what they’ve been doing the entire time against POTUS and his people!

    How much more time does Barr/Durham need???!!!

    Sundance has so much material to put these people away for years.

    Liked by 1 person

    • dottygal says:

      Listen to X22 reports and you’ll get answers to your questions. Today’s installment was very informative about Barr’s reasoning for the March 31st hearing, Durham’s report, etc.

      Liked by 2 people

  10. Rhoda R says:

    You can send Mitch McConnell an e-mail. His office does accept them. How much good it will do I don’t know, but at least he’ll know that his bubble isn’t the universe.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Dutchman says:

    Is the reason there is this full throated, public attack on PDJT, by Dems, Barr and McConnell over tweeting, NOW because of specifically WHAT he tweeted?
    A comparison of Stones Sentence, wit Wolfes sentence, drawing a spotlight on the whole story of the leaker FOR the SSCI?

    After all, PDJT has been tweeting for 3 years, but its only after this tweet, that he gets flack from these sources.

    Did he touch a raw nerve? Is this like the Ukraine phone call, when mentioning “Biden, Burisma and Crowdstrike” set off alarm bells?

    Barr is making it clear, its not TWEETING, its the CONTENT of the tweeting.
    And what did he say? EXACTLY the,SAME thing Devin Nunes said, about the Stone sentence reccomendation.
    Comparing it to Wolfe getting two months, for leaking Classified info (not charged) and lieing to FBI.

    So, would be good to ask Barr if Devin Nunes, saying the EXACT same thing PDJT tweeted, is ALSO “making his job impossible”, and, is it the appearance of pressure to do what he was going to do anyway, that causes Barr problems, OR is it drawing attention to the cover up sweetheart deal HIS DOJ gave to Wolfe, thats what makes it ‘impossible to do his job’.

    Sure, IF his job is to be a,”cleaner”, and quietly clean up the mess, with no accountability, sunlight or change, then YEAH, I can see how PDJT’S tweet, drawing attention to Wolfes sweetheart, coverup deal WOULD make it impossible for him to “do his job”, as a cleaner.

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  12. Gregreyalan says:

    Easy kids!
    It’s politics!
    Likely good advice, this result ,like most things Trump, will work itself out, seemingly regardless, of timing.
    That being said, don’t sleep on ole Mitch, when it comes to politics.

    Let’s just watch:
    Our vsgpdjt….grandmaster, Sun Tzu ,
    the random 4-d chess; with the occasional hand of 7 cards stud, low card in the whole and one eyed jacks wild, game and

    Exposure Exposure Exposure is always a WIN.


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  13. ZurichMike says:

    Trump has been excoriated post-impeachment for his “vindictive retribution” for swamp draining clearly within his constitutional purview (Vindman reassigned, Liu reassigned) — whether he actually made the decision or not. Indeed, it is ultimately an Executive branch decision, and he is accountable.

    I think Barr and McConnell are setting the stage for “see how independent we are standing up to Trump” so that when further — and possibly more dramatic — swamp draining occurs in the future, both can say “we made these decisions independently”.

    If Trump were truly dissatisfied, he would have fired Barr a long time ago.

    This is all kabuki theater. I trust Trump.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Rhoda R says:

      “I trust Trump.”


      Liked by 2 people

      • Peoria Jones says:

        Of course! And perhaps it is a bit of kabuki theater on Mitch’s part – but it no longer works (if it ever did). When will these people ever learn?

        Repubs bending to satisfy the “feels” of Dems does NOTHING for us. The Dems don’t respect it or reciprocate. They double down and use it against us.

        For the GOP Senate Majority Leader to go on TV and blather his criticisms of the GOP POTUS’s personal style of communication is inappropriate. They stick together, while we eat our own. The left strengthens, while the right weakens.

        Is it any wonder our nation is in the sorry shape it’s in after decades of this feckless so-called GOP leadership? All the major cities are now Dem cesspools, formerly conservative states are now ruined, and we have outright socialists and commies running for office and embedded in our institutions.

        I barely recognize our country anymore, and it’s the Old Republican Establishment which is responsible for our decline. They haven’t done their jobs.

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  14. Laurie Walker says:

    Is the comment section on Mitch being taken over by Libertarians and Anarchists? Let’s change everything in the next two weeks!

    Let’s get rid of Mitch and everything will be nice and calm and everything will be so much better and we’ll just all be eating peaches and cream and completely satisfied.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Heika says:

      Turtle can go chew on a bucket of sand for all I care. Its his pathetic behaviour that has allowed this mess to fester and become part of the institution. Yeh so get lost Mitch. Tweet your heart out President, just keep it coming. It’s the only truth we get, the barometer of his authenticity, (its code) and confirmation to us all that he hears us, he hears the hard-working analysts and investigators like Sundance and others never letting up on exposing the nonsense.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Laurie Walker says:

        “Turtle” is authentic too. He doesn’t have anything to do with the DOJ cluster f***, but he has been amazing in other areas.

        What exactly do you want him to do that he hasn’t delivered?


  15. Funny how Barr and McConnell can be interviewed on never-Trump media, but the President better not tweet. Holy hypocrisy!

    Liked by 6 people

  16. trump20162024 says:

    Why isn’t Joe diGenova running the FBI right now?


  17. Parrot says:

    PDJT should be as brutally honest as he wants….that’s a feature not a bug.
    The US loves it after decades of UniParty and media obfuscation and condescension.

    However, letting current Court cases run without Executive input would be nice.
    Of course that presupposes someone in DoJ will prosecute and a trial will happen, low odds.

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  18. ChampagneReady says:

    The good result of Barr coming out so forcefully saying Trump should stop tweeting about his criminal cases, is that it doesn’t give the democrats a leg to stand now whatsoever that Barr is Trump’s lapdog.

    It takes all the air right out of that balloon. If they continue to try to claim that Trump and Barr are colluding, it will make them moronic. And just as absurd as they did in the impeachment farce.

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    • CountryDoc says:

      If a temple cleansing happens, this is the way to do it. If POTUS does it, the outcry from the shrinking mass of liberals will be great. But if Trump is the bad cop and Barr is screaming “Let me do my Job”, a greater percentage of the country will allow the temple cleansing and the throwing of the vermin into the lake of fire that needs to happen.

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    • jello333 says:

      Yep, and same goes for Turtle. When the indictments start coming down, all of them — Trump, Barr, McConnell, and many others — are gonna agree it’s the right thing. But they’ll be able to say that they didn’t all arrive at their views by conspiring together… in fact they didn’t even always agree on a lot of things. But yet here we are, indictments dropping left and right… so they are obviously LEGIT.


  19. Mike in a Truck says:

    These two butt cracks, McConnel and Barr have violated the Reagan Rule. Especially in an election year. Be prepared to see more of the Presidents “allies” ratchet up the criticism. This is the Uniparty at work, setting the stage for the entrance of thire preferred candidate. She’s waiting off stage.

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  20. noswamp says:

    The McConnell – Barr Potomac two-step is in play. Boy can they dance! Except one problem:

    POTUS does not dance. He will never stop tweeting. And he wants results, he wants the rule of law re-established here in the USA for the criminals at the DOJ, FBI and CIA. (With all due respect to the 95% of the fine folks that work there).

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  21. dallasdan says:

    “President Trump is delivering too much honest information and direct opinion in a DC system that relies upon a purely political filter.”

    Clear…concise…and on-point, as usual.

    I care not what Mitch and Bill are carping about. They out themselves as resistance operatives by criticizing the President for clearly communicating his thoughts to his constituents.

    Bill and Mitch can kiss my saddle-toughened backside.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. JAS says:

    President Trump – God’s wrecking ball. The walls are down and we all can see the inside of the DC machine. God Bless the President.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    Pure and simple.
    Had this technology been around several decades ago, and someone with the backbone to use it to reveal the truth had done so, we wouldn’t have the dc swamp we have today.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. Thank you Sundance for the “And Brett Baier is a human Cabbage Patch doll.” !!!! I still remember his questioning PDJT at the first Republican debate/ambush about unconditional support of the candidate chosen at the convention. “Do you know where you are? Do you know where you are? “Cabbage Patch doll” is the most charitable and appropriate moniker for him that I have seen to date.


  25. I Trust president Trump better Than any porpaganda out there,

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  26. DiogeneseVindicated says:

    No one seems to recognize why President Trump needs to Tweet publically. Even a hint of backroom communication would be deliberately construed to be a conspiracy by his opponents. Brutal honesty leaves no doubt on either side. It’s actually refreshing not to have to second guess motives.

    Liked by 3 people

  27. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    If brutal honesty bothers you in some way, go sit in the corner and suck your thumb.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. SeattleWonder says:

    I am a proud member of the Trump party and the first thing I do each morning is read his tweets and continue to do so throughout the day (I even have a log of followers I’ve been keeping since June 2015). I was concerned when I saw the Stone tweet and immediately said here we go again. Stone was already convicted so I wished he would have waited until the sentencing and then send out the tweet. At the end of the day he can pardon Stone. The last thing we need is for Barr to resign because he feels he can’t do his job. I haven’t lost my faith in Barr YET and believe we need him at this moment in time. In a prior interview Barr indicated a Spring timeline for when he expects things to be progressed to where he’ll have an idea of what happened. I’m giving it to the beginning of summer before I throw in the towel.

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  29. visage13 says:

    Of course they want him to stop using Twitter. He is exposing them ALL.Mr. President do NOT stop tweeting, we the people love and respect you for your honesty and don’t want you to ever change who you are.

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  30. Sharpshorts says:

    “There is but one straight course, and that is to seek truth and pursue it steadily.”
    — George Washington

    It’s is truly that simple.

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  31. scrap1ron says:

    “Not being political enough.” That’s exactly why we voted for President Trump, ya dipshit. This selling us out to the highest bidder, with both political parties participating in enriching themselves, their families and friends, at our expense is going to stop, Mitch.

    If you can’t handle the truth, then GTFO.

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  32. Everett Miller says:

    I’m still withholding my judgment on Barr, praying that the DOJ is preparing a RICO organized crime type of prosecution with secrecy and a coordinated big arrest of them ALL at the same time. . . . .still praying. . . .
    McConnell, on the other hand, is a known traitor Globalist scum whose family takes $millions from the Communist Chinese. He always fails to take Trump’s (OUR) side. I always feel sickened when Trump has to suck up to him, and pretend to like him, cause he needs the Senate. I’m LIVID when (weekly) the bastard fails to be a Leader or supporter of The Greatest President ever.

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  33. Snellvillebob says:

    This tells me that Mitch McConnell is afraid of daylight, the great disinfectant.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. TwoLaine says:

    Yes, they would all like to GAG President TRUMP, just as they GAGGED Roger Stone and Julian Assange.

    Hey Mitch, Mitch, the President is the BOSS of the AG and the Top Cop of the USA. HE is the ONLY ELECTED OFFICIAL in this b.s. non-factual farce designed to COVER UP MISDEEDS BY CONGRESS.

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  35. CountryDoc says:

    Congress tries to proport themselves as a panel of wise advisors for us simple citizens. Senate believes they are the Elder Statesmen, and the House are the Deacons.

    They work for us, dammit!! They are there to represent us.

    Again, We the People must use every means to get our power back.

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  36. John-Y128 says:

    Without ANY regard to AG Barr or his big brother Cocaine Mitch, I voting for PDJT in Nov.
    Sometimes I have second thoughts about the ‘tweets’, them I think where would we all be without President Trump, by 2024 he will lock up ‘the greatest president’ for a generation!

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  37. SouthernTrumpette says:

    Despite Brett Baier’s best efforts to get McConnell to talk trash about the President, the most Mitch would say was that Trump appointed a good Atty. Gen. and should take his advice.

    McConnell went on to say that he has gotten 51 judges approved and hopes to have ALL of the vacancies filled before November.
    Then he said that he WILL push through a vacancy on the Supreme Court (if one should open up) during this election year. Baier questioned him about holding up the Scalia vacancy and McConnell had an answer for that. I think that the possibility of a Supreme Court vacancy opening up any day now is a big part of the panic we are seeing from the Dems. at this time.

    Must admit that I have come around to (cautiously) trusting McConnell. Excellent response to Baier’s question about the Dem.’s criticism of all their bills being held up in the Senate.
    Good for McConnell !


    • Komrade Retslag says:

      To his credit, Majority Leader McConnell has supported President Trump through judge confirmations, and in the impeachment.

      But, if McConnell really wanted truth and justice, he would replace Senator Burr on the SSCI committee, and Senator Graham on the Judiciary committee with more honest and competent people. These two Senators are corrupt, incompetent, and useless.

      Reports are that Senator Burr is not seeking reelection in November, and Senator Graham indicated he will be stepping down from the Judiciary, to be replaced by Senator Grassley. This is good, but if this is planned, what is stopping McConnell from making it happen now?

      Liked by 2 people

  38. Paprika says:

    OK, now that Graham, McConnell, Barr and etc have all publicly expressed their advice to PT to stop tweeting and making “their jobs” harder, or impossible—How about those same people actually publicly answer the implied question for the American People? Why was/is there such a disparity between Roger Stone’s sentencing guidelines and Wolfe’s plea deal? 9 years vs 2 months.

    Does it make it impossible for Barr to do his job when the press twists the truth? How about when rogue prosecutors, or judges, or agents subvert the law? How about the Comey, Holder, Page, Brennon, Clapper, Hillary, Schummer, Pelosi, and etc. tweets–Do those make his job impossible too?

    Mr. Barr and et all, do not your public tweets and media interviews make the President’s job impossible? The answer is no! He somehow continues to do his job in representing the American people and the whole country, just as a President should! The question is–Why don’t you?

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  39. Angus D says:

    Bill Barr is deep state to the bone, his daddy was C_IA and daddy was a mentor to Jeffrey Epstein (really!). Do NOT trust Barr, he is very very dirty and playing a rotten sneaky game

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  40. CharterOakie says:

    Well, McConnell is certainly no lightweight, whatever else he is.

    Baier, on the other hand, is a lighter-weight Cabbage Patch kid than I had thought.


  41. spmi says:

    🤔 R E A L L Y????
    Blah ha blah ba blah
    Straighten your back
    Grow a pair
    And fight to win the truth
    OK MAC.


  42. Dougger says:

    Hey mitch, opinions are like A-Holes…


  43. Gunner says:

    So, just remember folks, every time you think one of these entrenched republican twits have our best interests at heart, their true self is exposed. They are just like the progressive/socialist/democrats, corporate media, the entertainment industry, et al.

    They refuse to accept why we elected Donald Trump. Let’s smack the door smack in their mouth on 3 Nov and leave no doubt.

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  44. kokopuf says:

    The problem, Mr so-called AG Barr has not been doing his job! It is past time Barr and the Justice Department gets called out for their actions!


  45. fangdog says:

    Barr has proved in one short interview, he is not qualified for the job at hand. It certainly has told me a lot about Barr and what a waste Barr really is. My guess, many will now see Barr as a hopeless case just as they did with Sessions.


  46. Carter Burger says:

    Anything Trump does to make the establishment nervous gets my support. Keep tweeting, Mr. President.


  47. askandgettruth says:

    TOO MUCH HONESTY ??? wtf have you idiots lost your f-ing mind. since when is telling the truth and nothing but the truth wrong.have you morons in DC gotten so used to lying that the truth is WRONG !!! if you tell maybe 85% of the truth the put you in prison like stone ? comey, mc cabe brennen, clapper pig-losi sh#t face schiff and the rest can lie every time their mouth is open and nothing or nodody holds them to the fire. black is white and night is day.does my vote really matter any more ???????


  48. FPCHmom says:

    Sundance’s twitter is a goldmine –


  49. clodfobble says:

    if there is one thing the deep state hates it’s honesty.


  50. boomerbeth says:

    Trump: Who’s bullying who, Bill? Seems your staff whom you control are bullying my side: Stone, Flynn, Manafort, Papadopolous, Corsi, my sons, & myself.
    I am a WITNESS and victim of massive corruption in the DOJ. I assigned you the task to clean ou5 the stench, & you’ve done de minimus.

    Barr: I can’t be pressured

    Trump : pressured about…equal justice?

    Barr. Correct

    Trump: One on my team recommended I read “Compromised, Clinton, Bush & the CIA”, p. 270,
    p. 654. Is that why you won’t charge the kkklintons or any of your underlings in the FBI or Rosenstein?

    Barr: uh… no comment. Just PLEASE, stop tweeting about the Roger Stone case.

    Trump: Mr. Robert Johnson, I gotcha. You are STILL fear the Clintons. & Bushes. They have you cornered. Your stirling “reputation”?

    Barr: comment

    Trump: you knew what you were doing when I nominated you, didn’t you? Didn’t William Safire call you the “coverup general”?

    Barr: Again, no comment.

    Trump: You stonewalled and stopped investigations into all Bush/Clinton and CIA crimes, including BCCI and BNL CIA drug banking, the theft of Inslaw/PROMIS software, and all crimes of state committed by Bush.
    You provided legal cover for Bush’s illegal foreign policy and war crimes.
    You Left Washington, and went through the “rotating door” to the corporate world, where you were appointed to numerous directorships and counsel positions for major companies.
    In 2007 and again from 2017, You were counsel for politically-connected international law firm Kirkland & Ellis. Among its other notable attorneys and alumni are Kenneth Starr, John Bolton, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and numerous Trump administration attorneys. K&E’s clients include sex trafficker/pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, and Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital.

    Barr: You vetted me. You knew I was a snake when you nominated me, didn’t you?

    Trump: I didn’t know, but I do now. JOHNSON, WHOEVER YOU ARE…YOU’RE FIRED!!!!!

    Barr: uh…Bah! Humbug (as he gulps his third very dry martini)….

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