WaPo Report: AG Bill Barr Threatens to Quit…

First, the “report” comes from the pathetic beltway crowd of journolist narrative engineers; so there’s likely little-to-no substance to the construct.  However, that said, if Bill Barr is so weak, pathetic and incapable of doing his job, that he needs to threaten to resign if President Trump tweets his opinion, then Barr is in the wrong profession.

…Unless, of course, President Trump’s pressure on Bill Barr is actually forcing the Attorney General to do something the AG is predisposed not to undertake.  Which, given the background history of Bill Barr, is also entirely possible.

Right around this moment-in-time is where a multitude of mutually aligned beltway quisling pundits will declare that Bill Barr’s delicate sensibilities are being wounded by a President who demands forceful accountability; ie. traditional DC republican pundits [insert Laura Ingraham and Max Boot here].

The bottom line is President Trump is doing absolutely nothing to impede Bill Barr from doing his job; if the U.S. Attorney General is factually intent on doing that job.

Ever since he assumed office the Attorney General has been praising the likes of Rod Rosenstein, Robert Mueller and Christopher Wray.  Given the nature of what is widely available in review, that level of logical disconnect is not representative of an individual who possesses reasonable judgement in the quest for deliberate justice…. just sayin’.

So until Bill Barr actually man’s-up and does something with the authority he has requested, the image of Bondo Barr attempting to cover-up the rot and wrongdoing while surrounded by visible and overwhelming corruption; and pontificating about “constitutional norms”; is a more apt descriptive.

President Trump has been victimized by the same institutions AG Bill Barr is now in charge of.  So forgive me if I don’t impart sympathy upon a person who is in charge of those institutions, whining about background noise, and seemingly incapable of addressing the abuse unless all of the planets are aligned to provide him the quiet atmosphere he requires while thumbing through the final chapters of his indulgent memoirs over a glass of chardonnay.

Suck it up cupcake.

When you get all done with that, there’s still a job to do.

The WaPo: -Attorney General William P. Barr has told people close to President Trump — both inside and outside the White House — that he is considering quitting over Trump’s tweets about Justice Department investigations, three administration officials said, foreshadowing a possible confrontation between the president and his attorney general over the independence of the Justice Department.

So far, Trump has defied Barr’s requests, both public and private, to keep quiet on matters of federal law enforcement. It was not immediately clear Tuesday whether Barr had made his posture known directly to Trump. The administration officials said Barr seemed to be sharing his position with advisers in hopes the president would get the message that he should stop weighing in publicly on the Justice Department’s ongoing criminal investigations.

“He has his limits,” said one person familiar with Barr’s thinking. (read more)

The problem facing Bill Barr is his own inability to deal with the issues within his own authority.

It was not President Trump that caused four underlings to defy Barr’s authority and set-up the attorney general with the image of a rogue DOJ lacking leadership and direction.  That issue was the direct result of Barr’s own inability to cut-out political corruption on his first days, weeks, months and year as the head of the agency.

No doubt several Bush-Republicans will stand quickly in defense of the psychologically wounded soldier sitting in the tent crying he just can’t take the sound of the thunder any longer.  And yes, President Trump is likely to be Pattonesque in removing his helmet, slapping the feeble-minded fool and demanding he get back in the fight…. after all:

TRUMP […] …yeah, I do make his job harder. I do agree with that. I think that’s true. He’s a very straight shooter. We have a great Attorney General, and he’s working very hard. And he’s working against a lot of people that don’t want to see good things happen, in my opinion. That’s my opinion, not his opinion. That’s my opinion. You’ll have to ask what his opinion is.

But I will say this: Social media, for me, has been very important because it gives me a voice, because I don’t get that voice in the press. In the media, I don’t get that voice. So I’m allowed to have a voice…. (more)

Now, go make me a sandwich – and tell the Attorney General to bring me a Diet Coke.

President Trump is an apex predator.  A genuine titan; not a politician.

President Trumps’ frames of reference are far larger than the irrelevant opinion of politicians who have never accomplished anything in their lives beyond self-indulgence.

This is the first time a seemingly larger predator has survived the piranha biting and small-minded scheming amid the swamp; and then stood up to squish them in the aftermath…. What we are seeing now is fear; genuine DC fear.

When Bill Barr said on ABC that President Trump’s tweets were difficult for him, in essence he showcased just how weak, pathetic and politically-minded he is.

Barr’s job is the same with or without President Trump expressing opinion on the visible DOJ and FBI corruption.  The president is simply reflecting outrage felt by a significant portion of the electorate.   It was a mistake for Barr to start whining about the issue, not because of anything Trump, but more specifically because Barr showed weakness within the same fishbowl he is supposed to control.

In the aftermath of a failed coup, powerful interests in DC now understand President Trump is strong; he’s dangerous. And those same voices in DC now see Bill Barr publicly admitting how weak and pathetic he is.

Those who dispatch and coordinate the narrative engineering, the piranhas per se’, know that once they can identify weakness they will exploit it to achieve their beltway objectives.

If the reporting is accurate, Bill Barr is pathetic; and that weakness simply highlights a likelihood his purpose was never to deal with corrupt issues in the first place.  Let us hope the reporting is inaccurate.

PS. Here’s the DOJ journolists writing the simultaneously fired articles:

….. Any questions?

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858 Responses to WaPo Report: AG Bill Barr Threatens to Quit…

  1. chojun says:

    I dunno..

    Liked by 5 people

    • chojun says:

      That is to say, I dunno what to believe anymore.

      Liked by 4 people

      • nimrodman says:

        ….. Any questions?

        Yeah, I got a question:
        DOJ has a “press corps”? (that likes to party, so they say)

        Or are they mainstream media assigned to the DOJ beat?

        Liked by 4 people

        • Bill Durham says:

          I called this weeks ago. Barr thought there was some overzealous FBI agents when he took the job. A little clean up in aisle three. Then he realized there was a coup. Then he realized Mueller and rosenstein were involved. So he decided to stall to figure it out. Durham is another Huber. Barr realizes he is in over his head. He can’t fix it or he is out of the Washington club. POTUS is not letting him stall anymore. So Barr wants to get fired. But POTUS refuses. He is going to tweet to force him to deal with it or quit.

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          • smartyjones1 says:

            This, all of this is utterly stupid gaslighting. AG Barr is not a lightweight of any sort. He is the attorney general who stopped the Mueller investigation in its tracks and whacked Weismann who tried to put up an obstruction case based on wild theories. How soon they forget; it’s been all of the year with AG Barr in the role.

            Now we have the other main issue at hand which is follow the attorneys advice or not but the risk is inherent with any good lawyer advising a client everyone knows a good lawyer always says do not discuss the case, it’s a rule of thumb.

            Does any anyone think that Judge Amy Berman is going to give a shorter sentence to Roger Stone because the president said that his case is unfair? Really?

            Who do you think would take over as Attorney General before the election and do all the things that you demand be done yesterday? Unbelievably stupid. The Senate won’t even conduct a hearing For a replacement.

            How did that work out again with “white hat” Rod Rosenstein as declared here back then.

            SMH, THE UTTER LUNACY! 🤦‍♂️

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          • Dutchman says:

            Or, this is the run up to Impeachment by Obstruction of Justus, part 3. “PDJT makes it impossible for the right Honorable William Barr to do his job.”

            “If that isn’t the very definition of Obstruction of Justus, I don’t know what IS!”

            “HE (PDJT) is personally interfering in cases of his cronies, who HAVE been found guilty of serious crimes, pressuring the AG for reduced sentences, and publically commented on ongoing cases.”

            “It was SO bad, 4 Federal prosecutors quit, because they felt they could no longer do their jobs!” (They have agreed to testify, at House Impeachment hearing.)

            “The President has even publically threatened to personally take over control of the DOJ, and asserted he has the legal right to. An absurd claim disputed by Constitutional lawyers we contacted. If he were to do this, he would no doubt exhonerate his cronies, and use the FBI/DOJ to target his political enemies!”

            “No one is above the law, not even the POTUS!”

            Here,we go, again! And McConnells statement, soon after Barrs, was to support Barr, and the silly notion Barr put forth.

            Because he and the Republicons are the man behind the curtain for this neverending coup attempt, and Nanzi is the big head with lightening bolts,…

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            • trnathens says:

              Unless or Until PDJT says he has no faith in Barr, then I trust Barr 100%. At the “Epic” Tarmac Presser yesterday, what did PDJT say:

              “Q Do you have confidence in your Attorney General? First —
              THE PRESIDENT: Yeah, I have total confidence in my Attorney General.”

              Interim? Resigning? Please.

              If they go down impeachment row again, based on Obstruction for interfering in the Stone case, or any other case, then they open themselves up to scrutiny that they can’t handle, because they can’t explain the difference between Stone’s proposed sentence and the disposition of McCabe’s and Wolfe’s cases. (because of TDS they just see the headline: “Trump/Barr Interfere in Administration of Justice!”, not the substance behind the headlne)

              They are stuck. And they know it. They are flailing, and don’t know what else to do but to make noise, which causes distraction and creates flurries of doubt and mistrust.

              How many Treepers on here immediately believed a WaPo headline? Really? At this point? Why are we even discussing this with any sincerity.

              They can’t complain too loudly about the outside AUSA’s coming in to review these cases either, because then they have to reconcile the Collyer and Boasberg (sp?) reports about the fraud at the FISC.

              They don’t see it yet, but the noose is tightening…


              • MaineCoon says:

                POTUS always says that before they are fired or “resign”. SOP for PDJT.


              • boomerbeth says:

                In1992, GOP /CIA Bush 41 pardoned Casper Weinberger & several conspirators: McFarlane, Elliot Abrams, (who now works for STATE DEPT as Special Representative for Venezuela – Rand Paul wrote an op-Ed discouraging him as Dep secy of state under Tillerson, or any position – CIA Duane Clarridge, Clair George, chief of CIA covert operations, Alan Fiers, chief of the CIA’s Central American Task Force, on Christmas Eve a few weeks BEFORE Weinbrger’s Iran contra trial which would have exposed the bushes kkklintons AND BARR.

                no impeachment, BUT HE WASN’T REELECTED.

                If bush can pardon his allies, so can Trump.
                The power rests in the POTUS.


            • amanda4321 says:

              @dutchman- Yes, of course, they are busy working on coup plot #3, and when that fails they’ll move on to coup plot #4, and on and on it goes…


          • botchedcasuality says:

            That sums it up. Who would Trump place as interim? Do we know anyone with this skill set who spends time in Mar a Lago?
            I see this as the moment in History where Bill Barr could be the George Washington of justice, or he could do just enough but never take the leap across the chasm. I don’t think it’s about dinner parties probably more like threats against family, overdoses and scandals for children and grandchildren.
            If we know anything about Mitch no one gets advanced unless Mitch has some dirt that he can use to manipulate.

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          • MaineCoon says:

            I think you are spot on in your summary analysis, except maybe Barr dumped all on Durham to handle because he is not capable. I give him until May/June, maybe, to produce evidence. Most likely I’ll give up on Durham before then. Losers. Every single one of them.


        • oldguy05 says:

          I’ve got one too:
          Since when did conservatives decide they/we should give any credence whatsoever to an unsubstantiated statement from WAPO? Especially a story that lends itself to the rumor mill narratives of the left so well. I guess I don’t know what to believe anymore either.

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          • Bill Durham says:

            The wapo has been spot on with firings and resignations. Their time frame is off from time to time. IMHO POTUS feeds them leaks thru staff when he wants someone gone. This is a non denial denial.


      • Ken Lawson says:

        Kerri Kupec saying that the AG has no plans to resign means nothing other than it’s most likely an attempt to slow down the rumors. “No plans to resign” usually means that the person hasn’t written a resignation letter yet, but it does not mean they aren’t about to. Am I saying that Barr will resign? No, of course not. We don’t know what he will do, but my guess is that the leak that he’s considering resigning is an attempt to try to scare Trump into being quiet. To that I say, “Good luck, Mr AG. This is a president that is only quiet when he chooses to be quies, not when someone tells him to be.”

        It will be interesting to see what happens, but the AG may very well have backed himself into a corner.

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        • Dutchman says:

          If we had any REAL reporters, they would play the clip of NUNES, on Fox, 24 hours BEFORE PDJT’s tweet, saying EXACTLY the SAME THING, and ask him if having the Ranking membervog the HIPSCI say the SAME thing as the POTUS tweeted, is,also making it difficult to do his job?

          Then, point out that BOTH the cases that Nunes and POTUS were commenting on, had ALREADY BEEN ADJUDICATED. They were NOT pending or ongoing trials. Guilty verdicts had already been rendered.
          So, WHAT EXACTLY, Mr. Barr, is inappropriate about the President, or ranking member of HIPSCI,, or ANYONE ELSE commenting on a case, once the verdict is rendered?

          And, Mr. Barr, was it the commentary on Mr. Stones case and sentence, OR Mr. Wolfes case and sentence, or the seeming disparity that makes it “impossible for you to do your job?”

          And, since we are ON the topic, exactly WHY did Mr. Wolfe get 2 months, for leaking highly classified info to reporters, including the 83 page Carter Page Fisa warrant, to a reporter he was sleeping with?

          “Isn’t it true Mr. Wolfes attorney filed papers, indicating that he intended to call Senators on SSCI if the case went to trial?”

          Could go on, with the Questions I would just LOVE to ask Mr. Barr, preferably under oath,…

          Sundance is right, in that Mr. Cleaner has encountered a mess too big to clean up,…..UNLESS he can blame it all on “Trump”, and contribute as a prime witness to getting him Impeached.

          Thats the only way left, to accomplish his mission, as there is just WAY too much info ‘out there’.

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          • trnathens says:

            Relax, Dutch…

            One of two things: either you trust PDJT implicitly, and all evidence so far in three years shows he knows what he’s doing, and how to navigate the swamp…or,

            You don’t trust PDJT, and you’re trying to divine what you can’t know because we aren’t privy to all information.

            “Q Do you have confidence in your Attorney General? First —
            THE PRESIDENT: Yeah, I have total confidence in my Attorney General.”

            “THE PRESIDENT: We know a lot. In fact, when I want to get something out to the press, I tell certain people. And it’s amazing, it gets out there. But, so far, I’m leaving it that way.”

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            • steph_gray says:

              Yep. I am seeing a rope-a-dope.


            • Dutchman says:

              You make a common argument, often made to defend Sessions as well.

              “If you trust PDJT, than you must trust Sessions, now Barr” is the essence of it.
              And, the corrollary that some have suggested, that expressing doubts about sessions now barr, is expressing a lack of faith or trust in PDJT.

              I suggest this is a false argument. Many here have expressed negative feelings about voting for Pence, in 2024.

              And yet, PDJT selected Pence as his VP, to be ‘a heartbeat away’ from POTUS.

              Many have doubts about Pompeo.

              PDJT has campaigned with, and sung the praises of Mitch McConnell.

              Its called POLITICS, and in the past many Presidents have publically expressed support for a cabinet officer, even as that same cabinet officer was quietly being shown the door.

              Point I am trying to make is it is a false argument, that expressing doubts about Barr equates to expressing doubts about Barr.
              It denies the reality of the so called “confirmation process”, and the nature of how things,work in D.C.

              So, you can wait till PDJT Publically withdraws his support from Barr; we’re all just expressing opinions here.

              But, to make that argument, logically means you must have total confidence in Mitch McConnell, who A) confirmed Barr, and B) who PDJT has also recently praised.


              • trnathens says:

                Mitch McConnell has gotten 2 Supreme Court Justices confirmed. He has confirmed hundreds of federal judiciary slots. He kept witnesses from being called in the Impeachment. He lead the acquittal of PDJT.

                Barr has traveled to Italy to either interview Mifsud, or listen to the audio recording he made for his attorney. Barr has appointed Durham. And even the British have said that it appears he wants to tear down the intelligence services. Barr has appointed Jensen to review the Flynn case, pursuant to the FISC order.

                Barr has also been in office for only 1 year, and most of that time has probably been used to figure out who is who and what is what.

                You can blame Sessions all you want. I blame the Swamp. He had no idea the viper’s nest he was walking in to, and had no idea that he was set up. How could he know? No one was supposed to know, because PDJT wasn’t supposed to win. Stop blaming Sessions. He is a good soldier who got whacked from behind before he ever knew what was happening. Blaming Sessions would be like blaming Flynn for being such a dolt as to trust two FBI agents who said they wanted to come by for a chat.

                All of you guys who are clamoring for ACTION – how easy it is to be an armchair warrior without having to weigh the balance of the future of America on almost every decision you make. Cut these guys some slack. No one has EVER had to navigate these waters. There is no road map. Clearly you see things differently than I do, imagine what it’s like in the White House? When they must make decisions, and those decisions have consequences. Speed is not the goal, but rather precision.

                I hate long posts, but I have to mention THIS TOO: for all those who are calling for the burning down of the FBI because it is too corrupt to continue, let me ask…how far back does that corruption go? 5 years? 10 years? Forever? Pick a year, it doesn’t matter what year, just pick one. OK, now, imagine every case from that date until today that was impacted by the FBI. Every criminal case in which an agent testified, either at the federal level or the state level. And kiss those cases goodbye. Every single defendant will appeal, and say, “SEE! It was the corrupt FBI, not me!” And boom, the judiciary in every state, and in every jurisdiction just got their asses handed to them with a flood of lawsuits and emergency appeals. What about the defendant’s that have been put to death based on FBI testimony or evidence. Can their families or estates now sue the US gov’t for wrongful death?

                Think, please.


              • DoggyDaddy says:

                “’If you trust PDJT, than you must trust Sessions, now Barr’” is the essence of it.
                And, the corrollary that some have suggested, that expressing doubts about sessions now barr, is expressing a lack of faith or trust in PDJT.”
                I have faith in most things that Trump does because I trust him to do what he thinks is right for the country — he’s been a powerful force for good when we’ve needed it the most. But I also recognize that he has a vulnerability: his personnel selection. Let’s face it, whoever has been advising him on personnel has been less than helpful to the President; to wit these appointments have been awful: Sessions, Tillerson, Shulkin, Mattis, Bolton, McMaster, Kelly, Scaramucci, and there are many more that can be added to the list. But regardless of whose advice he’s been taking, Trump’s appointments are ultimately his responsibility; for as HST’s famous sign on the desk in the Oval Office read, “The buck stops here.” My prayer is that before he continues with the ominous job of draining The Swamp, he cleans out the White House. It seems clear there are a lot of strap-hangers who need to go.


                • Dutchman says:

                  Gee, its funny how, if you do the research, he has shown a phenominal abilty to ‘pick winners’, in his private business.
                  Its ONLY when he came to DC, where firstly, he didn’t have anything close to ‘final say’ in his appointments, in fact just the opposite, his ‘druthers’ were/are dictated to him, that he started having such ‘bad luck’ with his results.

                  He has a stealth enemy in McConnell, dictating who can get confirmed. He has an administration full of anonymous types, who despite protestations to the contrary, do NOT want PDJT to succeed, and think THEY know best, undermining him at every turn.

                  I have no idea how much is intentional, how much is circumstances.
                  But it seems like the “Trump effect” he has on his enemies is “Expose,….Discredit, and ultimate they lose the power to effect events or public opinion.

                  He has pretty much done that to MSM and Dems, now its time to confront the dupliscious Reps, and appointing Richard Grinell as ODNI may be an opening gambit.

                  RG is very popular, will Burr/Warner kill this nomination in committee, or will McConnell block it going to a vote, or manipulate the vote?

                  To do so is to expose their true nature, and,Republicons HAVE been doing this, but they don’t LIKE it.
                  Its a PROCESS,,its gradual, this Exposure.
                  To blame,PDJT for his appointments is like blaming climate change on my exhalations.


          • IF and I say IF Barr has actually threatened to resign…

            If one of my foremen told me it was his way or the highway my response is you just quit and stop by payroll and get your last check and don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.

            If POTUS VSGDJT confirms then we will know otherwise just swamp weasel FUD.


      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Re-watch Barr’s May 1 SJC testimony…..
        and you will see how much “praise” he gives Mueller.

        Calls him a disobedient liar and a fool….. just does it in a smooth and silky way.

        Praise is not a data point here.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      What is more limiting to Barr, a tweet from the president or thousands of X DOJ prosecutors signing a letter against Barr? Separately a group of judges?

      The left response to Barr’s actions seem far worse than a Trump tweet.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Yeah the timing is suspicious. Think Stone, Flynn, Durham, and more recently the 1000 FORMER (big emphasis Bongino) DOJ employees.

        Sounds like fake news to me. As a previous poster pointed out, DOJ spox said Barr has no plans to resign.

        Let the (serious) game continue.

        Liked by 2 people

        • The Demon Slick says:

          I agree. When wapo says water is wet I run my sink and feel the water before I believe it.

          Liked by 5 people

        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          This is all much ado about nothing.
          I put precisely ZERO consideration into any of this and see absolutely NOTHING that can be determined from any of it at all.
          They shot off their most potent (“legal”) weapons- Special Counsel and Impeachment.
          What do they got left?
          Barr False Narratives
          Drums being beaten by the usual suspects
          and now from former DOJ officials, FEDERAL JUDGES (calling “Emergency” meetings), CBS Crowdstrike massaging, Comey op-eds, Brennan rants….
          and ultimately….
          Nadler’s House Judiciary Committee…
          the edge of that weapon being only sharp enough to penetrate the skin of a Krispy Kreme.

          Given all this Brouhaha people are PUBLICLY reacting exactly as one would expect no matter what their intentions.
          I’ll wait for more concrete stuff….if it ever happens.

          “All the world’s indeed a stage
          We are merely players
          Performers and portrayers
          Each another’s audience
          Outside the gilded cage”
          RIP Neal Peart

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    • Payday says:

      Didn’t sound to me like POTUS backed down one bit. If Barr called his bluff…he now knows it didn’t work.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Rhi says:

      That doesn’t mean the President won’t fire his ass if he fails to prosecute criminals.


  2. MaryfromMarin says:


    Historically speaking.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Robert Smith says:

    And go back to a meaningless swamp life? Don’t do it Bill.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Heine Ootenvault says:

    Thinking forward, who could take Barr’s place if he should resign?

    Liked by 1 person

  5. TwoLaine says:

    Laura Ingraham’s hair was on fire tonight. She’s fed up with President TRUMP not heeding BB’s “warning”. BB walks on water, just like Mueller supposedly did.

    Good! I’m fed up with her and this ridiculous nonsense. The only reason we are still talking about it is because the talking heads won’t shut up about not talking about it. It is manufactured b.s. on a massive scale.

    Yes, if BB wants to leave, let him go. I have seen nothing yet to prove he’s the whiz kid we need in that job anyway, and he’s had a year to impress me.

    The problem with the DOJ & FBI is that they believe they are all above the law and have no bosses. SORRY, it doesn’t work like that. Get used to it!

    Liked by 25 people

    • booger71 says:

      Like Ann Coulter…Laura likes the DC Cocktail Circuit too much to take too much of a stand.

      Liked by 16 people

        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          They , Coulter, Ingram, live for crisis. If there is not a crisis their “schtick”…… talk shows and book deals go away.

          So if no crisis, they invent one…….Hannity does basically the same thing…

          He keeps talking….and prevents his guests from stating solutions…..

          Tune in tomorrow……….”Oh poor AG Barr”…..give me a break

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          • trnathens says:

            This whole thing about Barr resigning is narrative construction from our side. Just a couple of days/weeks ago the MSM were complaining because Barr was acting too much like PDJT’s personal attorney. NOW, he wants to resign? It’s rope-a-dope. The MSM will get a crick in the neck from whiplash: wingman to resigning in less than a week?!

            Barr isn’t resigning. But by putting this out there we get a bunch of headlines about Barr resigning, can’t do his job, PDJT is interfering, etc.

            No one is talking about Barr being his wingman now…right? I think that was the point.


      • Tl Howard says:

        I swear she doesn’t seem bright enough to have interned for Justice Thomas.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Revelation says:

        I’m sorry but Laura Ingraham is the antithesis of Ann Coulter.

        Ann is fearless and has stuck with some unpopular positions for decades; I know she annoys people here, but to me she’s a hero.

        There are very few Conservative pundits who dont bend the knee; Ann, Michelle Malkin, Mark Steyn, Rush and Tucker come to mind.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I kinda wish Ingrahams hair WAS on fire, Coulter too. I personally am totally fed up with that cutesy or not so cutesy “this is how I show my love for POTUS” crap.

        When your in a foxhole, taking incoming and killing badguys, you don’t want your mate, in the foxhole with you, undermining you with pontificating criticism.

        Either shoot, pass me ammo,…or get the HELL out of my foxhole!

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Yep……Fight or get out of the way……reminds me of: The Man in the Arena”

          It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly,

          So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.”

          Theodore Roosevelt

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Oh, but she did. They all think, and have said that POTUS needs BB more than BB needs POTUS. They all seem to forget that BB is expendable, and was not elected by ANYONE.

        Personally I am liking Sidney Powell for AG more and more every day.


    • nimrodman says:

      The only reason we are still talking about it is because the talking heads won’t shut up about not talking about it.

      Now that’s a well-turned phrase, TwoLaine.
      I commend you!

      Liked by 12 people

    • Raptors2020 says:

      Like many older Americans, Barr can’t grasp how far Left the younger generation of Americans have drifted. (You’d think the communist Bernie leading the Democrat Presidential polls would supply Bondo Bill with a clue.)

      Barr must have started with a series of wrong assumptions; that the Russian Collusion hoax started from solid evidence, that the fanatical persecution of President Trump and his people by DOJ officials was just over-zealous hard workers who meant well, and that he (Barr) could talk to his wayward staff members and straighten them out.

      Instead, Barr found himself struggling to hold closed a closet stuffed with leftist honey badgers. No wonder he wants to just go home.

      Sessions was never the right man for the job: they broke him within days. If Barr has been broken, let him at least, before he runs away, describe what steps the next man should take to put out the fire. Then tell Barr he can’t leave, we can’t spare him, and get to work on all the changes he knows are required.

      Liked by 2 people

      • The Demon Slick says:

        He’s trying to protect the institutions when what they really need is to be torn down and rebuilt. The foundation is rotted.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Bill Durham says:

          My take as well. Barr thought he had a Strokz problem. A few terminations here and there and he could clean up the doj and FBI. Very few conservatives in government bureaucracy anymore. Then he finds out there was a coup, rosenstein wearing a wire, Mueller wearing a wire, McCabe trying to get the 25tb amendment going. Kelly, mattis, Spencer, mc master. Now they are coming after Barr. Life ain’t a cocktail party. Wife ain’t happy about the lack of invites

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      • CountryDoc says:

        “If Barr has been broken, let him at least, before he runs away, describe what steps the next man should take to put out the fire. Then tell Barr he can’t leave, we can’t spare him, and get to work on all the changes he knows are required.” (from Raptor)

        A true patriot would call for reinforcements, and stand to the death for their country.


      • TwoLaine says:

        The difference between Barr and Sessions is that Barr has continually been praised by POTUS, and Sessions was, to put it mildly, continually “not praised”.

        Yet Barr is the only one who walked to a microphone and whined about his boss “making his job difficult”, when all the while his boss is still singing his praises.

        NO, it is not the boss who is making your job difficult, it is everyone but. Get a clue Bill Barr. The boss hired you for a job. You must have told him you would get it done, drain the swamp, so get it done and quit whining, or leave. You suits are a dime a dozen.

        I have previously nominated Judge Andrew Scott Hanen of Texas for the job:

        Stunning Judicial Ruling From Judge Andrew Hanen – Requires “All DOJ Attorneys” Attend Ethics Classes – Gives U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch 60 Days To Present Correction Plan…
        19 May 2016
        by sundance


    • TPW says:

      Ingraham tries too hard to compete with male counterparts….by trying to act like a man. If only she would use her God given feminine abilities. Is she gay? I know she has adopted kids but never hear her talk of a significant other… male or female….If she is Catholic don’t know how she handles that. Must be a significant conflict. Then again anyone Catholic these days must be confused with the high profile fakes and mixed messages.Yea… she really ticked me off tonight with her lecture to PT. WITH Barrs misplaced loyalties I questioned his personal knowledge and hers as well….especiallyconcerning the complete picture of corruption, You all probably know already her sexual orientation but if I Had to bet….not that it makes a difference …but would explain her complex. Her obvious naive attitude is as baffling as Graham saying Mueller investigation still has his approval?????Are these people that out of the loop or their investigative team that lazy to make them look like fools?


      • Revelation says:

        I’m a Catholic and I’m not confused; the Cardinals elected a Commie to be Pope.

        The Church is confused.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Thomas Raymer says:

          I am Catholic too and cant stand that we have a Communist Pope. Always putting down the United States and Capitolism. Capitolism FEEDS THE WORLD. You will never get me to believe that Obama and the intel community did not have something to do with this Pope being Installed. Obama HATED Pope Benedict and made no secret of it. What Pope just quits. They almost always die in office. They either found something in his past or manufactured something becuase he stepped down and this communist global warming supporting IDIOT was put in office and Obama Immediately HAILED it and set up a visit.

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          • PVCDroid says:

            My personal opinion is that the Pope was corrupted by globalist politicians long ago and was happy to toe their line on climate change, immigration and Marxist ideology. They will take the church down with more and more sex scandals if he doesn’t comply.

            Liked by 3 people

        • Dutchman says:

          Kinda sounds like “I didn’t leave my church, my church left me!”

          Liked by 1 person

      • Julian says:

        She’s rolled gold GOP Establishment.

        Her problems are not the same as Miss Lindsey though.

        Miss Lindsey is irredeemably corrupt. If the DOJ was serious about doing it’s job Miss Lindsey would be called out inducted and prosecuted.

        Lol. As if right.



    • DoD says:

      I had to turn her off.. I also had to turn off the Hannity and Hannity show tonight… Hattip to whoever on here thought of that.. was very humorous indeed.

      Liked by 3 people

      • TwoLaine says:

        I turned her off too, and I had just tuned in. Her loss.

        I gave up Hannity and Hannity long ago. Hannity and Lindsey is even worse. It’s all blah-blah-blah. Or should I say, b-a-a-b-a-a-b-a-a? 🙂


    • MelH says:

      Comey told the world the President doesn’t understand the separation he’s supposed to keep between himself and the DOJ. Comey claimed he NEVER had a dinner or a one-on-one meeting .with Obama and that was as it should be. I guess Comey thinks there are 4 branches to our government.

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    • amanda4321 says:

      @twolaine–Yes, Laura Ingraham is another reason I stopped watching Fox–she’s was one of the ones singing Barr’s praises from the start, going on and on about how Barr was the man for the job, who would clean up up the mess at the DOJ–what a load of BS!!! (sorry for the language). She’ll defend him to the end, when all I see is him covering up the coup!!

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      • TwoLaine says:

        I was also none to pleased to see Lee Zeldin on her show last night, also extolling the virtues of BB, and knocking the President’s tweeting in regard to the BB manufactured b.s.

        But then again, what do we expect?! They are all running cover for dirty cops and dirty DOJ. and dirty Congress.

        Remember, all of this uproar started with POTUS pointing out that the corrupt DOJ was attempting to run a coup on BB by recommending 7-9 years on simpleton Roger Stone, when they had already given their corrupt “friend” Robert Wolfe a pass with drastically reduced charges, and only 2 months, when his real crime was sending 82 separate text message photos, one for every page, from a SCIF, of the Carter Page CLASSIFIED/TOP SECRET/CONFIDENTIAL FISA application.

        A man that was the tech guy for the corrupt SSCI and knew better. But he also knows all their dirty secrets and threatened to call them all as witnesses.


        This all went down at the same time POTUS withdrew the Jesse Liu nom, who had allowed the corrupt Wolfe and so many other corruptocrats to skate.

        OF COURSE, Mitch and Congress and BB and the media do not want ANYONE talking about and telling truth, especially not the President of the United States who has almost 73 MILLION Twitter followers.

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        • amanda4321 says:

          Ugh, yes, I’m so sick of them praising Barr, when he’s doing NOTHING to clean this up (and is only protecting the coup plotter). I’ve stopped watching all of FOX b/c I can’t stand it anymore, but back when I did watch, the only ones who seemed in any way skeptical/suspicious of Barr were Judge Jeanine and Lou Dobbs. Judge Jeanine seemed suspicious b/c of the lack of anything happening to the coup plotters. And Dobbs also seemed to be getting impatient, but then he would have Toensing and DiGenova on, and they would assure him that Barr is a great man and he’ll clean this up–Dobbs even directly stated that the only reason he had any hope was because the two of them continued to vouch for him.

          Now, I thought there was a post on here a while back about Nunes filing a lawsuit, where Sundance made a comment about this showing Nunes was giving up on the DOJ, which was why he was filing his own lawsuit. But I haven’t been able to find that (comment from Sundance), so perhaps I’m wrong about that. But I was sort of holding on to that as evidence that at least one guy (Nunes) was seeing Barr for what he really is: a deep state coverup artist.

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  6. leobink55 says:

    Matt Whitaker seen frequently being interviewed lately with solid support for POTUS.

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    • CountryDoc says:

      Why did Whitaker go away anyway? He seemed capable of doing a good job. Maybe the Uniparty Deep Swamp sent Barr with a promise to POTUS to do it right, and he bought some time, but now POTUS has gotten impatient.


      • Lefty says:

        Because Barr sent him packing.
        Whitaker was the Acting AG until Barr was confirmed. it was rumored that Whitaker was going to be staying on at the DOJ. Once Barr was confirmed, Whitaker was moved out with no explaination.

        More reason to believe that Barr is not our guy, and that Whitaker probably was.


  7. cjzak says:

    WaPo put this out? Not sure if it is a true story or their version of a true story. Guess we will know soon enough. Maybe this is just another attempt to put pressure on Barr to get out. Or not. Wait and see as it plays out again.

    Liked by 3 people

    • nimrodman says:

      Yeah, that was a thought I had when first hearing it

      “Is this true? Or is this the narrative the MSM wants out?”

      Because at the tarmac press conference today, PresTrump deflated the Barr-vs-Trump controversy the MSM was eager to keep alive.

      Instead, PresTrump said “Yeah, sure, I probably make Barr’s life difficult” – words to that effect

      Totally deflated the Barr-said-this/Trump says that dynamic the press wanted to stoke.

      PresTrump owning the downside and deflating their narrative
      “Yeah, sure, I probably make Barr’s life difficult”

      So now this latest report re-inflates the controversy

      Maybe just by happenstance, I don’t know the timeline of this latest claim / rumor, and whether there was sufficient time to gin this up intentionally.

      But the effect is the same, re-inflates the Barr-Trump controversy


  8. Peoria Jones says:

    “….. Any questions?”

    Uhmm, no. Just one correction. It’s “Go make me a SAMMICH.” 😀

    I hope WaPo is wrong as usual, and Barr will be laughing this off.

    Liked by 7 people

  9. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “So until Bill Barr actually man’s-up and does something with the authority he has requested, the image of Bondo Barr attempting to cover-up the rot and wrongdoing amid visibility of overwhelming corruption; while pontificating about “constitutional norms”; is a more apt descriptive.”

    Someone please insert link to that remarkable image of the pharmaceutical “GROWACET” here.

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  10. trapper says:

    On the same day PDJT tells a press gaggle that he knows who the leaker is, who “anonymous” is, and that he tells them stuff he wants them to leak, we now have this story about Barr threatening to quit attributed to…. anonymous sources. Hahahaha. I don’t believe a word of it. It’s just the WaPo trying to stir up conflict between PDJT and Barr.

    Liked by 10 people

  11. b newton says:

    Joseph diGenova for AG

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  12. Deborah Fehr says:

    if you watched the presser from today, he said they had an excellent relationship and were working just fine. and he admitted that he doesnt make Bills job any easier but he has free speech and he has never interfered in any of Barr’s work. It all seemed fine. He said he has complete confidence and trusts him completely. I hope he isnt wrong, but this comes up pretty fast after the presser today. Can’t believe they make the stories up as fast as PDT disputes them.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Yeah, very good comment, Deborah.

      By owning the downside (“I probably don’t make Bill’s job any easier”), PresTrump totally deflated the “Barr-vs-Trump-antagonism” narrative the press wanted to keep stoking.

      Dunno if the new rumor was in response or had already been manufactured.

      I expounded a little more upthread

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  13. Just a few more months until “we shouldn’t take any actions which could be construed as ‘political’ during an election year” will give them an excuse to kick this can down the road even further.

    Liked by 4 people

    • WES says:

      Clivas:. I suspect that was exactly what Barr was planning on when he picked late spring/early summer! The problem with Barr is he is a competent cover up artist unlike Sessions!


      • Thomas Raymer says:

        I too am a little concerned by Barr but you also have to give him so time and the fact that Trump says he has total confidence him is enough for me right now. One year sounds like a long time in office but it is not when your in charge of the DOJ and all the law enforcement agencies under it that have been staffed with liberals for pretty much 24 year. (Clinton, Bush did not replace hardly anyone because he wanted to make nicey nice, and then Obama). It takes time to get people into the positions you want. A few positions can be appointed but the vast majority of government jobs are civil service and it is very hard to move them or get rid of them. I am still on the TRUST TRUMP TRAIN.


        • Bill Durham says:

          My guess is POTUS said to him- it’s been a year. We both know what happened. Why hasn’t anyone on their side been charged? We are they throwing the book at my guys but Craig podesta anwan Wolfe Strokz page McCabe all skate? You are stalling. Durham is stalling.

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          • trnathens says:

            Do you really want to start a shit-storm right before the election, when right now it looks like the Democrats have no one who can lay a glove on PDJT?

            I think PDJT and company are evaluating the cast of 2020 Democrat contenders, to see if there is any real threat. Since there doesn’t appear to be a threat, and in fact, they seem to be cannibalizing their own party, it makes more sense to drop the hammer AFTER the election. PDJT will have all the barrels loaded and ready for the Democrat/MSM attempt at an October surprise, so they are not caught unawares, but otherwise, the indictments come AFTER the election.

            If they come before, the press will control the narrative as retribution, as interference, as illegitimate, as anything other than what it should be seen for, which is corrupt sedition.

            But if it comes AFTER the election, well, then that’s a whole other story.

            I know it sucks that we have to take these timing issues into consideration, but we do. We have to fight on the field that we’re given, and use the terrain to our best advantage. There is a plan. It is being executed by PDJT and his team. I have faith.

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  14. Parrot says:

    PDJT must stare the Senate down on appointments. Go “Acting” and wait them out.
    Obviously the Senate ensures those loyal to the Bureaucratic State / UniParty / Institutional peer group get up.
    Any more of this rubbish and 2020 to 2024 is going to be a self created disaster for the Don.

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  15. CET says:

    Hello Bill,
    One quick pardon, and Sydney is available! She writes books calling these people liars.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Randolph Scott says:

      A Tigress AG would be a right moved. I bet she could really cut some nuts. I would love to see her tell McCabe .. ‘you are F%(ked, for life’.


  16. Robert Smith says:

    Btw, those female reporters are sleeping with everyone in DC for leads. Except those dudes they’re hanging with there. Lol

    Liked by 5 people

    • Texian says:

      Freud may be correct.. everything is linked to sex.. those poor women.. never have had a real man to truly love them.. it’s no wonder they are leftists..

      i bet all they get is ninety seconds of wham bam thank you ma’am.. I mean really.. look at the stock they have to pick from.. shopping DC must be like Fifi having to pick a mate from the dog pound..


  17. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “PS. Here’s the DOJ journolists writing the simultaneously fired articles:”

    What are the chances, if we could see all their personal metadata between this group for the last 48 hours, that we would not find any “collusion”?

    Liked by 1 person

  18. dallasdan says:

    “Ever since he assumed the office the Attorney General has been praising the likes of Rod Rosenstein, Robert Mueller and Christopher Wray. Given the nature of what is widely available to see, that level of logical disconnect is not representative of an individual who possesses reasonable judgement in the realm of justice…. just sayin’.”

    Nothing more needs to be said. SD has been right about Bondo Barr since his confirmation.

    However, I can’t resist suggesting that Barr can escape the burning building only by resigning under the guise of Presidential interference. The DS will love it…until the ever-growing dissemination of the truth about the coup reaches critical mass with voters, particularly independents and moderate Dems.

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  19. JohnCasper says:

    “First, the “report” comes from the pathetic beltway crowd of journolist narrative engineers; so there’s likely little-to-no substance to the construct.”

    If someone tells me what I am seeing with my own eyes, I am very inclined to believe them. I don’t care who they are. By his own words, Barr has threatened the President of the United States. And the threat is clear – if you don’t shut up, I will resign and embarrass you as well as give your enemies pallets of ammo.

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  20. montanamel says:

    Stay or Go…
    Fish or Cut Bait…
    Forget anyone to replace save Rudy or Sidney….
    IF they want a new AG, then give them one to choke on until blue in the face!

    We really need this to stall some, until at least mid-March….remember that 270 day deal…


  21. Tl Howard says:

    I’m confused, Sundance.

    “Powerful interests in DC now understand President Trump is strong; he’s dangerous. And those same voices in DC now see Bill Barr publicly admitting how weak and pathetic he is.”

    I think your meaning in the first sentence above is that after the impeachment fiasco and the Dem Party’s present paroxysms that Trump feels emboldened, that while he’s always strong, he’s stronger now. Or do you mean that Trump as a general rule is “strong” and “dangerous”?

    If you mean the former, then I don’t understand why you feel that POTUS is feeling strong and dangerous IF his AG is weak. How/why is POTUS feeling strong and dangerous when the guy he’s been relying on to bring justice is, in your opinion, exhibiting weakness?

    What do you know that we don’t? What card is POTUS holding?

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  22. 1190ftalt says:

    Bill Barr lost me at his first hearing when he said “I was friends with Bob Müeller before I took this job and I will be friends with him after this investigation” I couldn’t believe he said that!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Tl Howard says:

      Just sayin’. maybe he didn’t know then what he learned over the next several weeks and months after his confirmation.


    • trnathens says:

      What did you want him to say on National Television in front of Congress?!

      Seriously, grow up a little bit. Did you want him to bad-mouth Mueller, look like a jerk, and then fall into the same rhetorical whirlpool used by the MSM and Democrats to say that Barr is now going to interfere because he thinks Mueller is a rat?

      Come on, people. You can’t have it both ways. And you can’t expect someone like Barr to throw-out decorum, just because we THINK we know what’s going on.

      We don’t know squat about what’s going on behind the scenes:

      THE PRESIDENT: We know a lot. In fact, when I want to get something out to the press, I tell certain people. And it’s amazing, it gets out there. But, so far, I’m leaving it that way.

      But PDJT does…


  23. 1190ftalt says:

    Bill Barr lost me at his first hearing when he said “I was friends with Bob Müeller before I took this job and I will be friends with him after this investigation” I couldn’t believe he said that!


  24. dayallaxeded says:

    All Barky needs to do is release all previously classified info, unredacted, as VSGPDJT authorized months ago. Let we the people see who the real crooks are. Then he, Durham, whoever has our mandate to prosecute the malefactors to the max. If they continue to hide and lie to we the people, that’s proof they still haven’t comprehended that they work for us and our elected POTUS not vice versa. Mass firings to follow immediately would be my preferred response. There’s nothing worthwhile that a Fed can do that a locally elected and accountable DA can’t do as well or better.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Raptors2020 says:

      Mass firings would set off the Demon Rats, but the DOJ could be made an unpleasant place to work, in a hundred small ways, to inspire an big uptick in turnover. There must be consultants in the private sector who know how to do this and avoid expensive layoffs.

      Decentralizing the federal bureaucracy remains as a close to a panacea as I can imagine. Many will quit rather than move: Hallelujah!

      Surely Barr has tried it the easy way – persuasion and reason, now comes the hard way. Enough 🥕 for you Dobbin, now comes a big 🏏.


  25. JohnCasper says:

    As I recall with Kelly, Mattis and McMaster, among others, all the claims of resignations/firings were denied up until they happened. that’s just the way these things usually work.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “The DOJ Press Corps”

    How many of the Executive Branches have their own dedicated MainSewerMedia “Press Corps”.

    Just the shadow government/deep state corrupted ones?
    (State Dept. immediately comes to mind)

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  27. Garrison Hall says:

    It is entirely understandable that Barr is so reluctant to challenge the organizational structure of DOJ. After all, its where he’s spent most of his career. Nonetheless, it is abundantly clear that the level of corruption not only runs deep but has been in existence for a very long time. Trump has exposed the entire federal “apparat” for what it is and has made it impossible for the DOJ apparatchiks to hide.

    We are at a historically important moment, something that we may never see again. This is an incredibly uncomfortable time for Barr who obviously would prefer to maintain the pretense that the DOJ is functioning as it should. The problem is it isn’t functioning as it should and now everyone in the entire world has a ring-side seat.

    Because of the failed soft-coup against the president, the DOJ is in organizational free-fall. The surprise Stone sentence is a perfect example of the hidden-agenda gate-keepers poking their thumb in Barr’s eye. What happens next is gong to require a very strong man, someone the equal of our president, to make the necessary corrections to get DOJ to a point where it is again serving the American people. Right now it is in open revolt against the American people.. We live in interesting times.

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  28. Republicanvet91 says:

    ““He has his limits,” said one person familiar with Barr’s thinking.”

    Oh dear. I guess we shouldn’t expect him to hear our limits with corruption in our federal agencies, specifically in the DOJ and FBI.

    As I commented in the other thread, why would Barr think there might be corruption in FISA, in targeting Flynn or POTUS, but NOT corruption involved in prosecuting and sentencing Stone?
    If he is asking other US Attorneys to investigate, is he spreading the misery? If he spreads the knowledge of the details of corruption, wouldn’t that make it harder to cover up? Is he spreading the misery to insulate himself from attacks by those in Congress who like the swamp? Yeah, you can take out one man, but there are others working on these issues?

    Or is he insulating himself from criticism?

    Liked by 1 person

    • trialbytruth says:

      Most likely yes and yes.

      it ain’t me.so leave me be

      If it was me well now it’s.them so leave me.be

      Swamp.survival deny deny deny then deny denying.

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    • Jan says:

      Personally, I don’t think Barr ever thought he’d be held in contempt by Congress & now threatened w/impeachment and inherit a legal staff that was this corrupt.

      He may have honestly thought Rosenstein did a good job, until he & Durham started nosing around. He may not be happy about what happened to Jessie Liu & could be aggravated that Pres. Trump withdrew her nomination to Treasury.

      TBS, suck it up & clean up your staff. Review the Mueller cases, work w/Republicans to straighten out the FISA process or can it altogether.


  29. joan p calhoun says:

    Brilliant analysis.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Fast Lewie says:

    One of the most thoughtful analysis of the dynamic between Trump and Barr I’ve read. By the way, just recently placed an additional tip in the CTH jar. Money well spent. Greetings from Austin!

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  31. JohnCasper says:

    The lame stream says Barr has threatened to resign. Barr says that is not true. Whom to believe when neither can be trusted?


    • Tl Howard says:

      Sounds me as if it’s just one more ploy by the DS–first the 1000 attorneys ask for his resignation, then the “leaks” with no named sources again, in the paper that is the voice of the CIA and a bunch of Durham stories this week.

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  32. L4grasshopper says:

    I’ve believed for a long time in the theory that if Barr is going to actually do anything, he needs to have his ducks perfectly in line and his t’s perfectly crossed when he does, because the targets will unleash holy hell in reply.

    That said…time is short. By July political conventions will restrain initiating any legal action.

    Final thought — I don’t understand why Barr and Trump have not had a substantive discussion about the corruption and the need to expose it and assess accountability. That is, that Barr has not communicated to the President that he fully intend to clean the Augean Stables. My worry is that such a conversation, if it had happened, would have obviated the need for Trump to tweet anything…or for Barr to comment on his tweeting.

    I truly fear that SDs concerns and worries may be too well founded. If so…..then the Republic is closer to the precipice than many of our worst fears.


    • ZurichMike says:

      How do you know that “Barr and Trump have not had a substantive discussion about the corruption and the need to expose it and assess accountability”? Do you really think Trump just let Barr wander around aimlessly?

      IMHO, this is all kabuki theater meant to distract his enemies, lull them into thinking “Barr is one of theirs” and then coming to defend him — and then the hammer will drop.

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  33. David Vicknair says:

    Fake news? Apply the Bongino rule and wait 24 hours before reacting. I prefer to think that Barr was projecting after being caught with his pants down by those 4 traitorous prosecutors. Yes, Bill, it smarts. Barr is probably stunned by how intrenched and dangerous the Swamp is, even for an alumnus such as himself. Barr is facing his Rubicon; he should either cross the damned thing and do what is right for the nation, or go home. As much as I like Harvey Keitel, we don’t need a Pulp Fiction-like cleaner. Damn the institutions! Save the Republic!

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  34. islandpalmtrees says:

    I believe that Barr, RR and Wolfe are tied together. Barr is protecting RR, RR has protected Wolfe.

    Wolfe goes down and the dominions fall. If right, then how many ways out does Barr have? To quit would be one.


    • islandpalmtrees says:

      Remember WaPo is involved so it could be another lie, too.

      Liked by 2 people

      • billyborm says:

        Remember WAPO is owned by Bezos who loathes POTUS. He would be giving it his all to bring him down.

        Liked by 1 person

      • GB Bari says:

        WaPoop is CIA’s leak outlet.
        And we now know that CIA does a lot of illegal surveillance and spying on politicians and anyone else who crosses their Deep State Masters’ objectives.
        But they also fabricate false stories out of whole cloth.
        So since their source can never be trusted to be honest, whatever they print is usually best ignored.

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  35. Lisa Booth on FNN said it best. To paraphrase, the whole AG Barr vs PDJT issue sounds like good cop vs bad cop.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Don’t let the bagpipes hit you on the way out

    Liked by 1 person

  37. Publius2016 says:

    Something tells me AG Barr will come through…Judge Berman Jackson today has opened her court to the PUBLIC…if she attempts to send STONE TO PRISON after agreeing to wait out APPEAL ON NEW TRIAL, she will have shown the WORLD DEEP STATE!

    AG Barr said he took this job knowing he was not long for this world and so far, Manafort was moved, Mueller was done, and SHAMPEACHMENT DEFEATED!

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  38. Redeemed says:

    The Jury is still out on Barr’s performance. Until Durham is done, everyone just has an opinion though convincing on both sides. I told you so crowd is lame and doesn’t help bring folks together.

    POTUS has to pick AG that Senate will pass through. Right now Bill is all we got. I love the tweets and don’t want them to stop!! Educating folks to vote true conservative is a drip drip process as is true justice if Durham is legitimate, this is a huge case that spreads its tentacles far and wide.

    If no justice, then we at least hope to gain hearts and souls and that my friends makes this worth it!!

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  39. Rotor says:

    We believe the Washington Post now?
    This story is a perfect candidate for the “Bongino Rule.”

    Liked by 2 people

  40. William says:

    Drip by drip by drip. I remember asking myself when is Trump going to fire Sessions? Days turned into weeks into months into years. How long is this going to go on I wondered. I kept asking is it going to be this month, or that month? Or is Sessions going to redeem himself by doing his job? Many of you felt the same. It just went on and on. It felt interminable.

    Now it’s deja vu (all over again). For a second time it is becoming obvious we are in the same situation with Bill Barr. He too may not be the man for the job. Again I’m asking myself is Barr going to redeem himself? Or is it going to be that President Trump effectively spend his whole term in office without an AG, with the DOJ being run by faceless bureaucrats?

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  41. DoD says:

    Hmmmm… if BB is a quisling and a plant, then who exactly conned Trump into hiring him in the first place, especially after being burned by the keebler elf….. I think it is obvious that Trump doesn’t trust Graham. I think Trump and turtle have a symbiotic relationship in that the turtle enjoys confirming Trumps court picks, but other than that, I don’t think Trump would trust advice from him.. Who could have convinced Trump (if he is so smart) that it would be such a good idea to hire another d.c. insider instead of maybe sending Rudy outside of the beltway to bring in a new apple since the barrel he had to pick from was obviously rotted.. (yes, an untouchables reference)…. I can’t think of anyone that I could imagine Trump would trust would would make such a recommendation.. eg. Sekulow or Gingrich…

    Either way, the buck stops with the prez as the old saying goes… Trump has no one to blame for this other than himself…


    • dallasdan says:

      “Trump has no one to blame for this other than himself…”

      The House has effectively wrecked the President’s MAGA agenda and impeached him. The Senate controls confirmation of his key administrators, with a sufficient number of RINOs and NeverTrumpers to dictate who gets confirmed.

      The President is a warrior army of one, and he is on an island.

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  42. mptc says:

    Two things here….First of all, the report is from the Washington (Com)Post. Secondly, the report is from the Washington (Com)Post. Enough said. S.D. this is not worth building a scenario around.

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  43. The Devilbat says:

    Bill Barr is NOT a good person. He was an absolutely rotten choice for Attorney General.

    Read about his past here:


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    • James Carpenter says:

      DJT has had to bide his time, gathering the strength of a public who are gradually but steadily becoming aware of the ugly truths in DC.
      And while these days have passed, McConnell & Co have made it very clear that appointment confirmations aren’t and won’t be given to anyone who would turn on them.


    • amanda4321 says:

      @DevilBat- Yes, Barr spent his career covering for the deep state and intelligence agencies: “as the AG from 1991 to 1993, Barr wreaked havoc, flaunted the rule of law, and proved himself to be one of the CIA/Deep State’s greatest and most ruthless champions and protectors” (there’s a long list at the link)


  44. Randolph Scott says:

    Dear Will Barr,
    Thank you very much for doing nothing and collecting a big government check. Your resignation is accepted immediately.

    The US Citizens


  45. emet says:

    Barr! Put down the pipes , pick up the claymore! Bas no Beatha (Death or Life)


  46. evergreen says:

    Reports be damned. Truth or fiction.

    Barr outed himself with IMPOSSIBLE. Case closed; he’ll be resigning soon. Trump will continue. Such an admission means he can’t do his job; ergo he’s gone.


  47. Magabear says:

    Laura ingraham and Max Boot? Laura isn’t anywhere near that bad.

    If the whole article about Barr possibly leaving due to PDJT’s tweets is false (it almost certainly is fake news), then all this is mute.


    • Julian says:


      And yes Laura is 1000 times then Max Boot.


    • highdezertgator says:

      Hardly “mute” (Moot)…. Hardly…. Did you read? (Barr) Weak, pathetic and politically minded he is. …also applies to In-aghastram!
      Sundance “When Bill Barr said on ABC that President Trump’s tweets were difficult for him, in essence he showcased just how weak, pathetic and politically-minded he is.
      Barr’s job is the same with or without President Trump expressing opinion on the visible DOJ and FBI corruption. The president is simply reflecting outrage felt by a significant portion of the electorate. It was a mistake for Barr to start whining about the issue, not because of anything Trump, but more specifically because Barr showed weakness within the same fishbowl he is supposed to control.”


  48. MD says:

    There is way too much coming out for Barr to be able to cover for, for much longer. I think it is starting to set in for the democrats that there will be a 2nd term for Trump and they are terrified and panicking. What’s the saying, “If your going to take a shot at the king you better kill him”. Their looking at 4 more years of one pissed off king!

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  49. dufrst says:

    Bill Barr is doing the Jeff Sessions two step of appointing prosecuto to look into things to placate Trump, knowing full well those investigations will drag along and produce nothing.

    Barr will be gone by June If he doesn’t have anything to show for these two years. Trump expects results and right now Bill Barr has deliver precious few things besides tough talk occasionally in front of Congress and in some media interviews.

    His time is coming up as Trump turns on the heat so now he starts to complain about tweets. One day Trump will finally get the AG he deserves that will drain the swamp. But until then, you people like Barr and Wray that are protecting the swamp and trying to run out the clock on the statue of limitations ala Jeff Sessions.


  50. Val says:

    If Barr leaves, who will take his place?


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