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. starfcker says:

    ” any questions?” Actually, no. This is as succinct an article as you have penned. He is either up for the job, or he is not. And it’s better that we find out sooner than later.

    Liked by 16 people

    • I’ve come to realize that we are now all living on Trump time.

      That said I reckon we’ll find out what bagpipe bill will do, or not do, on Trump time!

      I’m good with that, because… Apex Predator for President 2020!

      Liked by 5 people

      • Ninja7 says:

        + ^^^1000^^^^, Thanks Treepers for other thoughts and venting. Sundance thanks for the information and analysis. 🤔🤔🤔

        Liked by 1 person

        • Rhi says:

          Yup. Sundance never gets out over his skis, lays it out succinctly. Barr did open his prodigious flank to the piranhas and they smell blood “those tweets hurt my fee fees”. Of course it’s WAPO ‘with sources familiar with his thinking’ pushing a narrative. The President is giving Barr heavy pressure and looks like Sundance it teeing another one up for Dobbs tomorrow.

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    • Patrick Healy says:

      “Any questions”
      Just one. When will president Trump get rid of “sources” in the oval office who leak to the lugenpresse?

      Liked by 1 person

    • OW21 says:

      Star – I agree. I had high hopes for Barr at one time. Not so much anymore, but better to find out sooner than later – much, much better.

      Liked by 2 people

    • inspectorudy says:

      Think about a football team and all they have to prepare for each week and then throw in a Kapernick on the squad. The team is still doing its job but now there is a huge distraction that needn’t be there. The coaches have to address it. The university has to address it and the players have to address it. Think about the same team without a Kapernick. Think about how much more time everyone involved would have to do their jobs if he and his distractions weren’t there! Kapernick is no Trump but the distraction is the same for a man and his small team trying to buck almost everyone in the DoJ to get anything done. He doesn’t need this and his life and future are secure without this job, so if Trump wants him to continue I suggest he help him a little.


      • Judith says:

        What I see is a team full of Kapernicks burning the American flag on the field, right in front of the owner’s box, and daring fans to intervene. There is no sign of their coach, but he sent his mascot out to inform the crowd that coach is one hundred percent behind his team.

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      • RJ says:

        “He doesn’t need this and his life and future are secure without this job,”

        Well Inspectorudy, I think you have provided credence to SunDance’s comment about “self-indulgent” to a tee.

        Barr has too many country club pals in DC, plain and simple. He is not the right man for the job, even though Mitch sold the President that he was. Maybe you might want to watch the Paul Newman movie “Absence of Malice” for a tune up.

        If you want to see a “predator” move about to rally his troops keep a sharp eye on Senator Tom Cotton. As a starter, recall what Senator Cotton said to Schumer regarding his military leadership and experiences.

        Don’t ever forget that suck-up display by Comey when he let Hillary off the hook, nor the pretzel thinking Chief Justice Roberts provided on Obamacare.

        Look what those clowns have cost this country in blood, sweat and tears!

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      • jeff montanye says:

        rudy, if it weren’t for trump we would have hillary clinton or her equivalent in a republican and we would know nothing of the abuses of the nsa data base. true, there wouldn’t probably have been a crossfire hurricane, certainly not a special counsel hunt or an impeachment.

        because the owners would have been ok with the choice. either way.


    • MJJ says:


      1. If Indictments happen Today, How long would it be would be for Trials to begin?

      2. Are There any Grand Juries Investigations being Conducted at all?

      3. Immunity & Pleads happen at Grand Juries, Before, During & After Grand Jury Testimony has One Process Crime Committed?

      4. Where are the Grand Jury Public Walks Media of those called before Grand Juries like what happens in National Case Investigations?

      5. Why doesn’t President Trump just released all the Redacted Evidence if he thinks this is a slow walking Investigation for Political Machinations Purposes?

      6. Who would replace USAG Barr & How Long Would That Take?

      7. Why has the Senate Judiciary, Intelligence & Ethics Committees not held any Public Hearings to date on the status of all these Investigations?

      8. Where is the USAAG John Huber Public Report on Clinton Foundation and all Evidence Seized at the Clinton Foundation years ago not Published when it is a Non-Profit Public Foundation? Especially who contributed and when?

      9. Why has no one Subpoena and seized President Obama Staffers Emails now stored away in Presidential Archives for the Presidential Library? Now that Dershowitz says he has Direct Evidence of how President Obama stopped and stared Investigations? How Long will this take? Why wait for Civil Lawsuit? This Evidence that needs to seized now?

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      • MJJ says:

        Reminders To Questioners:

        Obstruction of justice, in United States jurisdictions, is a crime consisting of obstructing prosecutors, investigators, or other government officials. Common law jurisdictions other than the United States tend to use the wider offense of perverting the course of justice.

        Common law jurisdictions other than the United States tend to use the wider offense of perverting the course of justice. Obstruction is a broad crime that may include acts such as perjury, making false statements to officials, witness tampering, jury tampering, destruction of evidence, and many others.

        The crime or act of willfully interfering with the process of justice and law especially by influencing, threatening, harming, or impeding a witness, potential witness, juror, or judicial or legal officer or by furnishing false information in or otherwise impeding an investigation or legal process the defendant’s.

        Lying to any Federal, State, Investigators or Police about a friend’s crime can also lead to charges of obstruction of justice, also known as obstructing a law-enforcement officer. People commit obstruction of justice when they do anything to hinder, delay, or obstruct law enforcement officials in the performance of their official duties.


        • Sanchez says:


          I’m of the thought that this is all a trap for impeachment 2.0.

          The long delay until Barr testifies to HJC, several questionable or “news-worthy” DOJ cabal actions in the meantime; all allows the PDJT airing of truth to push Barr toward the precipice of the swamp.

          Timing. Gotta believe they want PDJT under impeachment investigation during campaign (perhaps even election) to help offset the winning in an effort to help Dem candidate – unless that candidate is Bernie and Mitch is using impeachment to keep Crazy off the trail again.


    • Deplorable Incisor says:

      Barr has made it perfectly clear, BY HIS ACTIONS, that he is not up to the job of draining the swamp. Barr’s job is to protect the institution of the DOJ and by association the FBI.
      He’s not going to do anything that harms those institutions. Oh sure, he may clean house a bit but no one of consequence is going to jail or will likely ever be held to account on his watch.

      If there were going to be prosecutions then there is no better place to start than with Andrew McCabe and James Comey. He didn’t, he won’t and he never will.

      We have been set up again folks, probably not for the last time either.
      That Cheshire Cat grin that conservatives like to think is a secret signal just for them is really just Barr giving the people that pay his salary a big eff-u. I readily admit, I fell for it too for a while, no longer.

      So it’s up to us to give Trump the majority in the House and Senate needed to confirm an AG that will do what we all know needs to be done. We fail and he fails, simple as that.


      • RJ says:

        Vote, vote and vote for Trump…yea, I like the sound of that!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Trumpeter says:

        As a guy who is tired of waiting, let me propose an alternative.
        Trump has a party at his SCIF and invite Nunes, Jordan, Grasley and a handful of journalists, real ones, and the President has a declassification party.

        Unless, of course if this is tooo much work. Then I suppose we should all work like crazy to get PDT reelected.

        Look at my User ID. I have been Trump from moment One. But it is past time for that declassification party. WAY past time.

        Just like it is past the time to release Assange. If honest dealings were coming from the top. DON’T ask me to wait any longer for some action other than blah, blah, blah.

        Honest people dont stare at this level of corruption and not pull back the curtain. They dont wait on a hope and a prayer of someone else doing the right thing, especially when they control the curtain.


  2. evergreen says:

    Barr invited media hell on himself by declaring his weakness and overt concerns about appearing to be Trumpian. He won’t get any relief; he’ll get a tsunami of press every turn, every decision, nonstop. That will ruin his day. He’d be sensible to want out at that point.

    Trump will champion him all the way.

    Liked by 1 person

    • OW21 says:

      I don’t understand why these people don’t understand that the lefties will NEVER be their friends, no matter how much they pander, squawk, squeal and apologize. They will be used up and tossed aside like so much rubbish. Rush has made this point over and over and over again and they (Barr, apparently) just don’t seem to get it. Wake the hell up, folks…

      Liked by 4 people

    • MJJ says:

      One would think all Employees at the DOJ, FBI & NSA would welcome Reviews of Investigations to Outside USAG. This is Smart Way to avoid allegations that many in the Media abuse with Opinion reports while ignoring why more questions need to be asked.

      This will Insulate & Protects the DOJ Prosecutors & Attorneys in Washington DC by sending these Investigations Reviews to avoid any Cover Up, Bias, or Stains on DOJ Great Appointments & Employees from further allegations, accusations, and resolve the questions if everything was done properly!

      These Reviews should not take that much time anymore since much as already been investigated? Are these Delay Tactics or Intentional ways to make them go away much as John Huber Investigations, Uranium One, Benghazi Hearing, or Fast Furious meant to just go away with a slow death walk of evidence then but no longer important now.


      • evergreen says:

        Employees of DOJ/FBI have been recruited, vetted, and purged such that the result is a cozy atmosphere of bubble-think. There may be individuals running around who appear to be conformist but manage to remain free and undetected. However, it matters not when the 80-95 (too low?) percent are conformist, openly so, and apply their political and social justice warrior spirit to every aspect of their jobs.

        Who the hell throws in the towel in a public fashion like the four prosecutors did on Stone? Who does that? Well, it was staged, so a better question to ask is, “Who the hell stages stunts like that with other people’s lives as fodder??? WHO?” Liberals justice warriors, that’s who. Barr is overseeing a division of professional activists.

        Declaring his job impossible is the single most effective undercut of his purpose. He may as well hang it up; he has given his employees motivation not to let up.


  3. GW says:

    I think we should be focusing on potential and/or likely replacements for Barr should he leave. What will the process be ? Will Lindsay, as Judiciary Committee head, bless anyone Trump would like ? Would Mitch ?

    They’re blocking recess appointments……. Will we end up with another gutless coverup placeholder ???


  4. Paul Gallant says:

    100% Correct,,,,”Bill Barr is pathetic; and that weakness simply highlights that his purpose was never to deal with the corrupt issues in the first place”. He is a CIA Weasel stuck in the H W Bush era. He has no clue how much we know. Welcome to the Internet Billy.

    Liked by 8 people

  5. Julian says:

    Trump will NEVER have as much leverage over
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell

    Senate Judiciary Chair Lindsey Graham

    They are both up for re-election and if Trump nominates his preferred AG – Sidney Powell, Joe DiGenova – he can threaten both with campaigning against them if they don’t ram his AG pick through the Senate.

    High risk sure – but aren’t they always crowing about how they SUPPORT President Trump?!?

    Well – DO THEY?

    Liked by 3 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      Love Joe D, but he isn’t a serious choice & is likely 10 or more years past his prime. He’s been wrong several times recently on his prognostications, not sure if he has a lot of Roger Stone-like friends or part of the Leak investigations.

      Sidney Powell an interesting choice, not sure she’d ever get confirmed. Interim choice?


      • Linus in W.PA. says:

        Sidney Powell might not even want the job.

        All these discussions of whether Barr is ‘up to the job’ or not regarding taking on the Deep State….I have to say. Who is really up to that job? It’s almost assuredly a real health risk, and there’s really no financial reward for doing so, just more ‘work.’

        On top of that, anyone in the AG roll has to really be skeptical of who they can trust, and left without the real power to fire and replace people, it’s like walking through a minefield, blindfolded.

        This is blood sport.


  6. Six says:

    Let’s not forget. POTUS gave Barr authority to declassify documents. Maybe after looking thru these documents Barr realizes this is way over his head and decides to use Trump tweet for reasons to quit.

    Barr could become the greatest AG in the U.S. history if he would help Trump drain the swamp.

    Liked by 5 people

    • glissmeister says:

      Could be. It will be interesting to see what Barr does.

      One thing is certain, the parlor prigs and creep state players are desperate to drive a wedge between Trump and Barr, so desperate, they would likely take any steps necessary to fabricate, connive and foment such a conflict.

      The picture of the party animals really says it all. This is the quality of adversary putting words in Barr’s mouth and attempting to subvert the influence of our VSGPDJT.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. truthbomb says:

    My gut is telling me Barr will whitewash the whole thing if he is allowed to continue. So maybe it is time for him to leave. All talk, no action.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      Questions. Let’s say AG Barr & Durham gives the traitors a pass this summer, furor follows, and Trump is re-elected.

      Trump could hypothetically bring in a new AG, new FBI director, and have the new AG re-address the situation, right? I guess the problem there is Congress has to confirm the nominations?

      Question #2. These Conspirators travel. Weren’t there some meetings in other geographic locations? Can’t charges be filed there? Even if there are less charges, and less serious charges, better to get convictions for something than nothing.

      Meetings in Arizona, or Utah?

      And who has jurisdiction when the coup plotters were in international locations?

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      • Julian says:

        Yes. The problem is Senate confirmation.

        Guess what though?

        Both Senate Majority Snake Much McConnell & Senates Judiciary Chairmen Miss Lindsey are yo for re-election this year – 2020.

        Trump could destroy both their political careers this year.

        Trump doesn’t want to destroy both their political careers though.

        Trump wants them to work for him and get his preferred AG & FBI Director in the job.

        Trump can leverage the potential destruction of Much McConnell & Miss Lindsey’s political careers on getting his preferred nominees in the jobs he wants.

        It’s pretty simple.

        No guts. No glory.

        Go around these two roadblocks directly to the people and CALL THEM OUT on their treachery.


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      • lcsteel says:

        I like your thoughts behind #2


    • Karen says:

      My gut is telling me this is part of the “show”. This so called “feud” between Barr and Trump and Tweets, is bring more eyes to the subject matter.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Retired IG says:

    My question is why did Bill Barr accept the nomination to be Attorney General? I don’t know the answer to that question and I suppose only he could provide the answer to it. Certainly that answer is not going to come from the Washington Post smearing his actions with innuendo. Or the clamor in the rank and file who DONATE to the Democrat agenda signing a petition insisting that he resign. Resign for what he has done to constipate them today?

    The perceptions of what Attorney General Barr does or does not do have reached a fervor beyond my comprehension. What Attorney should be DOING RIGHT NOW seems to be the chant. Yes, I too would prefer if he took out a FLAME THROWER. But that isn’t going to happen.

    And darn it Sundance, you made me hungry for a ham sandwich.


    • Paul Gallant says:



    • Julian says:

      Why did Barr write a letter outlining the problems with the Mueller Probe in the first place that put him on Trump’s radar?

      Did Mitch McConnell ask him to do this to line him up as a replacement for Jeff Sessions (who he knew Trump would sack after the Mid-Terms?)

      Or was it Mike Pence?

      Or was it McConnell, Pence – and others.

      Why did Barr write that letter – Jim Jordan needs to ask him at his March 31 hearing if he’s still in the job.

      Liked by 2 people

    • California Joe says:

      I’m pretty sure that President Trump told Barr the incredible extent of the corruption and that it led directly into the Obama White House. Knowing that Barr still took the job so I don’t think he’s going to quit. Hopefully, he just takes a deep breath and starts firing people starting with every prosecutor on the Special Counsel team as well Boente and the rest of the conspirators!

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      • Rowdyone says:

        My thoughts exactly. Why hasn’t Barr cleaned house? Even as recently as last week when he was set up by the four prosecutors that resigned enmasse. They all but one went back to work at DOJ. Since when do you tell your bosses which cases yup will or will not work on?


        • Deplorable Incisor says:

          This is not the AG you are looking for. If it was the AG you were looking for he would have done exactly that. Those 4 prosecutors wouldn’t have had the opportunity to quit, they would have been immediately fired and escorted out of their cushy offices by security to send the correct message. The next message would have been one that said that the rest could abide by the constitution, the law and the expectations of their boss or follow those four out the door. We need a leader at Justice, not a quisling that tells the press that the President’s tweets make it hard to do the job that the American taxpayers pay him to do.
          Can’t take the heat? Resign and let someone who can take it do the job.

          So Mr. Barr, the next time the press asks you if the President’s tweets make it hard to do your job, the correct answer is as follows:
          “President Trump has a Twitter account that he uses to communicate directly to the people of the United States, bypassing the Fake News because you do not give him a fair shake.
          If, by Tweeting, the President makes my job harder then that’s perfectly fine because that is why I make the big bucks and he hired me to do the hard stuff.”

          That is what a “REAL/MAGA” AG would have said.

          Liked by 2 people

      • GB Bari says:

        I don’t believe that
        President Trump knew Barr and selected him to replace Sessions. President Trump recently stated that he relies on people around him to recommend others for these political positions. Most likely Barr was pushed by the Bush RINOs and McConnell – telling PDJT that’s who could get approved in the Senate.

        I think those who have cautioned all along that Barr was always a potential problem because of the Swamp politics of those who backed him – are being proven correct.

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  9. sticknca says:

    I do not believe any individual with significant DOJ history can be an effective AG at this time. Virtually all investigations involve people they have worked with and/or share political intentions with, and a true open kimono would nail big shots from all 3 branches of government and ruin the lives of many families. That is a big decision requiring huge action, but it must be done.
    The declass power would remain with any Interim Attorney Generals I believe, right?

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  10. Perot Conservative says:

    Unless this is a elaborate scheme to create daylight before bringing down justice. But like Tom Fitton, Sundance and others have noted, few signs a serious criminal investigation is underway.

    A few days ago Sundance postulately the enormous forces & consequences prohibiting potential justice. Essentially, a potential Civil War 2.0 if the treason & sedition were revealed.

    I have a potential solution. Possibly naive, but worth a shot.

    Step 1: AG Barr, or replacement, indicts Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Strzok, Page, McCabe, Baker, etc., for Conspiracy & related matters.

    Step 2: file for a change of venue due to extreme local prejudice. May fail, worth a shot.

    **Step 3:** [Timing key here.] When part of the Crooked Small Group float the ‘Barack Obama directed us’ implication / threat, ‘apex predator’ Trump enters the scene. Smarter minds than mine can pick the location, time, delivery.

    Statesman Donald J. Trump: “It is my understanding that some indicted individuals & their lawyers are trying to insert President Obama into their criminal defense per their recent legal troubles.

    “President Obama was a historic president, and an important president.”

    “As the chief law enforcement officer, I will never allow President Barack Obama to be prosecuted, or used as a shield for the potential illegal criminal acts of others.”

    “However they want to craft their defense, even a rookie law enforcement official knows it is unethical, immoral & illegal to commit criminal acts. So if they believe another government director or official was directing them in such matters, it was their obligation to clarify or ignore such alleged requests.”

    Thus he removes the Obama issue & the African American issue.

    If he has to announce some type of exoneration or clemency, so be it. Defend Obama, & no quibbling. Take the King & Queen off the board: go after the bishops, the castles, the horses, even some pawns.

    Step 4: fire all 50-100 FBI agents & officials who leaked and took bribes. File charges against serious offenders.



    • Julian says:

      Hmm. Interesting. But that’ll never happen.

      Liked by 1 person

    • noswamp says:

      Perot C: “Step 4: fire all 50-100 FBI agents & officials who leaked and took bribes. File charges against serious offenders.”

      This step should happen first. But it won’t.


    • GB Bari says:

      I think President Trump is an historic and important president.
      But that doesn’t stop the Left from trying to prosecute him.

      No, I don’t believe Ozero or any federal official – elected or appointed – should be immune from having to accept responsibility for the criminality that he or she authorized.


  11. Superman says:

    It is amazing to watch the swamp.

    I don’t think it is fair to pre judge Barr by rumors floated by the swamp.
    They want you to have this reaction…they want you to lose faith in Barr.

    Liked by 3 people

    • glissmeister says:

      Yes they do. The psyop can ultimately work too. It’s been exhausting and will continue to be the target of dissembling, demoralization and dehumanization.

      The interview at the link above describes “the demoralization process” and other proven mechanisms and methodologies still being used against us by the creep state players. It goes far to explain the remnants of the cold war still playing itself out in America decades after the end of the cold war. The Soviet state is long kaput but the genius of Beria is alive and well within the culture of government service and other bureaucracies of our modern era.

      The full version of the abbreviated interview linked above can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFXkN3Wk6o8

      Keep the faith. I hope you find the time to watch or otherwise revisit the Bezemov interview. The predator doesn’t need to be a practicing communist to exploit the methods of Beria, only a predators and snobs suffering supremacist psychopathies.

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    • lcsteel says:

      My judgment stems from the simple fact Barr’s DOJ has arrested ZERO coup members while acting like Joseph Stalin’s goons when going after Trump allies.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Deplorable Incisor says:

      Barr’s ACTIONS caused the reaction, not the swamp rumors.
      Barr isn’t going to quit, he has more covering up to do before he walks away.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. walker4411 says:

    Bill Barr has already said that the story is not true. So all of you can stop trashing him over this FAKE news. You should know better than to listen to the media by now.

    Liked by 2 people

    • glissmeister says:

      Yep. Barr is a cool customer, but even cool customers get extremely pissed off. If I had to guess, these bad faith wedge driving narratives will further steel Barr’s resolve and help the personal evolution that must be a very real part of his transition as he increasingly faces the travesties revealed by the facts continuing to unfold.

      They want you to betray Barr. They want you to turn on him.

      But SD is right. This poses an important moment of truth.

      We shall soon enough see what Barr will do. Maybe it’s listening to Bezemov’s personal history that has given me patience, making it easier to keep my powder dry. It’s not just the treachery explained but our collective vulnerability to it. It’s where the Brennans, the Comeys, the Saunders, the media shills, the university hacks — its about where they came from and the active measures programming that shaped them.

      The long march has arrived. Here. Now. And they hate everything Trump.

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      • stephgray998@gmail.com says:

        And never forget – some of them are right here practicing the demoralization.

        I am actually thankful for the most obvious ones to help us practice awareness…

        Double handful of salt and 72 hour rule!

        I’m not saying sundance isn’t correct about the bottom line – he so often is. But I have no faith in the WaPoo at all.


    • noswamp says:

      You are right my friend. I have no idea how this will turn out. But again, politics is a strange thing, enemies will pretend to get along with each other just for the sake of it. Barr saying the story is not true.

      Liked by 1 person

  13. spoogels says:

    ‘CoupGate’ – A Localized Civil War Is Now Underway In The DoJ


    Liked by 1 person

  14. OlderAndWiser says:

    An unpopular opinion here. But I think you all need to hear it.
    First, I do believe both Barr and the President – at their words. PDJT himself said he’s making Barr’s job harder.
    Let’s try to describe what Barr is in for:
    1) First, he had the silly Mueller thing (I won’t dignify it as an investigation or a report.) He shot it down.
    2) There are all the normal course of things that an AG has to take care of. Look at the laundry list of China issues that have propped up. All the election meddling that could happen (both from inside the US and from outside.)
    3) He appointed Durham, and is probably in close touch with him, so that they can get to the bottom of the 2015-2016 witch hunt IN A LEGAL FASHION. Not FoxNews or MSNBC fashion, but a legal one. So not innuendos, but facts that would hold up in court.
    4) The DOJ and FBI have to be seen as non-partisan. That was the problem with Obama’s DOJ – they were too partisan. Barr needs for the DOJ to be seen as non-partisan so that the public has faith in it.
    5) But we all know the DOJ has a bunch of snakes in there. Given (2), he has to keep some of them in place to be effective there. He cannot clean house completely. He has to determine who to trust and who not to trust. Not everyone is black and white – most are grey, and he has to figure out what shade of grey they are. (Just because they may have voted for Killary doesn’t mean that they would all break the law for her.) This takes time. He has already started at some key departments within the DOJ – like the legal office, which is key to stating policy.
    6) When PDJT tweets, it impacts the influence Barr is trying to wield on those greys. They wonder if they are breaking the law in listening to Barr. If nothing else, it creates noise that Barr has to deal with – and that takes time and energy away from doing what he has to do.

    Many of you are very smart. Not as many have run a large organization. It is easy to say “just fire everyone” – but that is not what the country needs. We still have important things for the DOJ and FBI to do. It takes time to turn around an aircraft carrier – it’s not a one engine motor boat.

    Sundance, I remember when you said that revenge is best served cold. I totally agree. I implore you and others (and PDJT) to have the patience to have that revenge served cold. And deadly.

    Liked by 2 people

    • MelH says:

      Older and Wiser than who?

      Liked by 1 person

      • bruzedorange says:

        “Older and Wiser than who?”
        Than he used to be. Like all of us, hopefully daily.

        We are living in a world-changing moment. It is stressful for all of us… observing without knowing, vascilating between hope and dread, ever suspicious of people and positions that have real power over our lives.

        We need to raise our game to the level of our patriot forefathers, who worked for liberty, and release from the most powerful nation of their time.

        It’s time to save our venting for our dogs and cats. To each other, we need to weigh and test the facts we have, and be to one another as iron sharpening iron.

        Liked by 1 person

        • I Will Not Comply says:

          It’s time to save our venting for our dogs and cats. Funny, I want to kill my cat.


        • OlderAndWiser says:

          Bruze, thanks. Yep, older and wiser than myself. I never put down other people as not being wise. Different experiences create different opinions on the same sets of facts.


      • RJ says:

        Hey, MelH..maybe you should take a cruise on an aircraft carrier to learn how it does a turn, the radius, etc. Older and Wiser seems to know and understand that reality, you may not.

        Don’t be so quick to throw him overboard when the “heel to port” call is put out!


    • Merle Marks says:

      Sorry….just fire everyone!!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Angel Martin says:

      I agree with a lot of that. Here is the problem. Barr said he is worried about the morale of the DOJ. He should be worrled about the morals of the DOJ, since they have been doing selective prosecution, divers weight and unjust measures for decades ! McCabe vs the Swat Team for Stone is just the latest.

      Ideally Trump needs to replace Barr with someone who: has run a large organization with major problems and turned it around; has experience cleaning up law enforcement corruption; has experience prosecuting white collar crime; has experience prosecuting political corruption; is a Trump supporter; is not a DOJ institutionalist or a Swamp Man; is willing to take the job. That’s a tall order. I don’t even know if such a person exists.

      And people wonder why Trump gets stuck with the appointees he has. He is like a coach in a bad draft year, and people can’t understand why every pick is not a Heisman winner.

      Just because someone is good at talking on TV doesn’t mean they can handle the DOJ / FBI problems. Look at Sessions. He was a good senator by his idea of FBI reform was to tell McCabe not to hire kids with tattoos and green hair. The FBI major problems were the button down creeps at the top like McCabe, not new hires with tattoos !

      Liked by 2 people

    • Hmmm... says:

      Agree with the sentiment. But it has been three years and this has emboldened the bad guys to continue in the meantime. Action is required. As Patton said: A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan executed next week.

      Liked by 2 people

      • bruzedorange says:

        Patton was right. But he was talking about war, where the goal is to break the will of your enemy by killing and destroying.

        We are warring against a cancer in our own body. We have to have a functioning body left when this cancer-war is finished, because we have powerful enemies on the outside, too.


    • starfcker says:

      Older and wiser. The Presidency is limited to a max 8 years. We’ve just about wasted 4.This is how you run out the clock, with one dope after another serving is AG and wasting 2 years at a time. We all assume President Trump is going to win re-election. I certainly believe that. What if he was to fail? Countrie’s pretty screwed. What are you going to tell me then, trust Sessions? I don’t trust any of them. Look at Sundance’s chart. 1120 days, 0 indictments. Zero. Not only have the big shots gotten immunity, every single staffer and schmuck has gotten a walk, too.

      Liked by 8 people

      • OlderAndWiser says:

        Agreed that time is short. However, Barr has only been on the job for one year – not his fault that his predecessor was incompetent. In that one year, he has thrown out the Mueller report, helped defeat the impeachment hoax, cleaned up the office of legal counsel, changed his direct reports, make many substantial speeches to change the thinking of the bureaucracy (yes, it does need to be done), started the Durham investigation, and interfered in Stone and Flynn cases. Not a bad list.
        My thoughts are that he wants to nail McCabe and company on much bigger charges than simply lying to the FBI. All his actions point towards that.
        Perhaps I will be proved wrong, and I will be extremely sad. But for now, I do plan on giving him time to do his job – PDJT also has confidence in him. And I’ll keep praying for the both of them.


    • nimrodman says:

      4) The DOJ and FBI have to be seen as non-partisan. That was the problem with Obama’s DOJ – they were too partisan.

      And did Obama suffer any consequences of that “too partisan” DOJ “problem”?

      I don’t think so.
      Holder and Lynch went on their strong-arming ways with little consequence that I can see.

      Holder had his Mexico gun-running scheme with little consequence
      And DOJ had their CD-ROMS of tax info on enemies from IRS
      And their multi-agency persecution of those enemies

      Lynch had her tarmac meeting with Free Willy with little consequence beyond raised eyebrows of disapproval

      Yeah, Holder was convicted of contempt of Congress, I think it was

      Jail? No
      Maybe a strongly-worded letter of disapproval placed in his file

      So what?

      A highly partisan strong-arm DOJ seems to have worked out fine for Barky

      Liked by 1 person

      • OlderAndWiser says:

        Nirodman, what do you think the opinions of the CTH readers are towards the DOJ/FBI? Very negative – and rightfully so. All because of the Obama administration.
        For us to behave in the same way would unleash the same distrust from the other side.
        I’m not saying that we should let the bastards go free – I’m just saying that we need to do it the right way – prove it beyond a shadow of doubt, and swing the public opinion.
        And, let the Trump presidency not end after his second term – once public opinion has shifted in the right direction, his presidency will continue for at least another 4 years.


    • bruzedorange says:

      OlderAndWiser has introduced a new (to me, and in the treehouse I believe) factor: the GRAYS.

      In each department Trump’s forces must identify reliable people to carry on the work after the tares have been removed. Wielding a scorched earth policy against the FBI and DOJ leaves ALL of us defenseless against other enemies. It is not a serious option.

      Bureaucracies are filled (appropriately) with people who are personality-predisposed to carry out the instructions of their supervisors. They do not swim against the current. They also may have seen what happens to those who bucked or protested through proper channels Omama’s regime. “Lay low, do your job, remain as a-political as you can without drawing attention. And if confronted on your loyalty–tell them what they want to hear.”

      I have no idea if Barr is corrupt, compromised, or destined for Rushmore. I just know that I can connect the available dots to reflect almost any picture.

      So I try to be honest with myself about what I do and don’t know. And I pray. I pray as if all the good guys are on the verge of giving up the fight, and all the bad guys are on the verge of repenting and telling the truth.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      While I agree that many are “gray” at the DOJ this really means that not many will break the law for HRC, now, the ones that do have an able assist from the ones that look the other way. If, when, another Democrat president comes in the DOJ, stuffed as it is with SJW/Democrat ideologues with ruin this country as quickly as they can.


  15. MelH says:

    I want to stand up and cheer for Sundance’ diversity beyond any I would have imagined. What a WRITER!!!! i LOVE writing that makes a movie in my head, like this one, Sundance. No pussy-footing around, preserving egos, dodging Democrat bullets, just flat out TRUTH! We are sooo lucky to have you on our side.


  16. Richie says:

    Shocked and Suspicious

    Liked by 5 people

  17. zekness says:

    look over there..why, it’s haley’s comet.

    now where is my damned wallet..I know I had it somewhere…

    hey…wait a minute.

    we been here before folks…stuff your cash in your socks if you have to but please don’t fall for these simple gimmicks.

    it’s only going to get worse..

    steel yourselves

    Liked by 1 person

  18. If the left is so panicked by AG Barr as to be demanding his resignation in a cacophany of complaints, and if the President is adamant that Barr is the right man for the job, then perhaps we should think twice before forcing the man out.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. CTH Fan says:

    I think that President Trump and AG Barr got played by four DS attorneys. Their timing was perfect. They leaked that they were asking for nine years right after telling AG Barr that they would apply a lesser sentence knowing it would tick off the President-while at the same time forcing AG Barr to publicly amend the sentence to the originally agreed upon lesser time. BAM, right on cue the Dems call for his resignation and threaten AG Barr with impeachment. Also on cue, accuse the President of Presidential of over reach.

    To President Trump and AG Barr:
    Lessons learned Sirs. If I were you I would not let the coupsters create this kind of discord again. Communication at a lower key between each other is advisable, the stakes are too high for public rows. Not everything needs to be broadcast to the whole world all the time. I have learned to wait at least a couple of days before reacting to any news from anonymous sources via the MSM.

    God Speed President Trump and AG Barr. United we stand but divided we fall. Be Blessed.


  20. Skeeball says:

    C’mon now, this is the Washington Post reporting this. You should automatically place a 48 hour hold prior to commenting on any ‘reports’ coming from the Washington Post, CNN, the NYT, etc. There’s a good chance it is fake news propaganda.

    As for those folks howling over Bill Barr, two questions: Who do you see the Senate approving as an AG to clean up the corruption? They wouldn’t approve John Ratcliffe as DNI so why would anyone think they would approve anyone better than Barr as AG?


  21. Paul Gallant says:

    If as some believe that the big charges that stick are coming from Durham? And even if a Jury would not convict McCabe of lying, why not charge him anyway. He is guilty…..rub his nose in it. Given all that he has put the country through. Let them know the fight is coming. Instead we have Lisa Page gloating. Rubbing our nose in it.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Sammy Hains says:

    The press corps are literally children who possesses no integrity, professionalism, or journalistic ethics. They tell lies and then after getting caught just move on to the next lie with zero accountability.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Joe says:

    He will never be able to go out to dinner in DC the same way ever again if he starts indicting people. He won’t be invited to the parties. I think that is the main reason John Roberts does the things he does. Frankly, it think this motivates a lot of strange behavior. It would be hard for me to bring down people in my town. I would hate that. Even some of the bad ones.

    I don’t think Barr accepted this job to do that. The swamp will protect its own. Hope I’m wrong.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. CTH Fan says:

    By the Way Sundance, you are a phenomenal writer and such talent is rare. So much explained and in such a manner that is easy to read. I look forward to reading your articles every day.

    God Speed and Be Blessed.😍


  25. Joe DiGenova could be to PDJT what US Grant was to Lincoln.
    Game changer.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. nimrodman says:

    Another thing that Barr’s not rectifying: FBI stonewalling FOIA requests / lawsuits:
    “… and the FBI’s game-playing on document production in this case is inexcusable”

    Fitton: Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Seth Rich Records

    Liked by 7 people

  27. Gary Lacey says:

    I don’t believe telling Trump what to do or not to do is going to land Barr in the winners circle….rather….”you’re fired”!


  28. appraisher says:

    If Bill Barr was really the strong, unbending, arbiter of Justice we’ve been led to believe, then these smears from the left should be making him even stronger, seeing that the left is attempting to destroy the legacy that he’s built up over the years.

    Rather than whimpering and blaming Trump, he should be angry that those going at him the hardest, are his own people and the criminal activity is continuing under his watch. Instead, his weakness has emboldened them, because he refuses to bring them to justice. These smears should make him even him more single-minded on cleaning out criminal activity…which so far, doesn’t appear to have been his intention at all. Hope I’m wrong.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. The Boss says:

    Attention Bill Barr:
    WE KNOW!!!
    Now run along and be a good AG.
    That means shit or get off the pot!

    Liked by 3 people

  30. Rhoda R says:

    We’re getting our panties in a twist over a WaPo story?! I guess that the left isn’t the only group that is easily triggered.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. lcsteel says:

    I initially disagreed with what Sundance said about Laura Ingram but then watched her show tonight, and have to say Ingram thoroughly disgusted me…You nailed this one Sundance, Great piece!


  32. Professor G says:

    Given the source, one can only ignore the report.


  33. mainecoonman says:

    Ted Cruz has the necessary legal background. He is one of a very small minority of current politicians who are definitely outside the swamp mainstream and have proved their willingness to stand up and say/do what others will not (put Rand Paul into the same category).

    His current immigration policies may seem a problem but his bloody-mindedness and crystal clear belief in the constitution make him the right man for the job.

    The optics of the President putting aside his aversion towards his former opponent and promoting a Hispanic to this position would be delicious.

    Written from the United Kingdom by a treeper still patiently waiting for another 9 years (my application was filed in 2016) to pass before receiving his legally obtained green card.


    • thinkwell says:

      Ted Cruz was born in an alien land to an alien father. He had dual citizenship until a few years ago when it became a liability for him in his presidential run. Ted Cruz knew he was Constitutionally ineligible to become president (or VP), yet he ran anyway. He knowingly trashed the Constitution for his own ego and political ambition. When it comes to Constitutional matters Ted Cruz cannot be trusted.

      Liked by 3 people

    • dilonsfo says:

      Yes, maybe Ted Cruz could go to the border begin handing out Teddy Barr’s to those coming into the country illegally while he hunts for someone he might indict.

      Liked by 2 people

  34. rah says:

    I get so tired of supposed men whining about their labia’s hurting! I swear DC is chock a block full of wimps. If you can’t deal with the job Barr, which Ray Charles could have seen was going to be a very tough one, then get the hell OUT and leave those damned pipes alone because that is a warriors instrument and you would be unworthy of touching them again. Otherwise, put on your big boy pants or kilt, roll up your sleeves and do what a man would do and quit sniveling and whining about it!

    Liked by 1 person

  35. mazziflol says:

    Sessions 2.0 Activate!!!


    Liked by 1 person

  36. Rynn69 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 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.”

    Absolutely spot on. The best analysis I have seen. AG Barr has a choice. Time for a person in that ridiculously overrated swamp town to do something courageous, important, strong…and necessary. and courageous. Time for courage, AG Barr. Time to earn the title worthy of an Attorney General representing THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. Not a cover-up artist like Mueller, Rosenstein, Sessions, and the like. How will history judge you, AG Barr? It is so easy to go along to get along. It is those who do courageous acts that are remembered as great.

    So this I say to AG Barr – Americans demand justice be restored by the prosecution of those who broke the law and perpetrated a great crime on this country. If you cannot do the job, step down and allow someone with the courage and fortitude to right this ship and restore justice in America. It all boils down to this, AG Barr:


    Peace out.

    Liked by 7 people

  37. Aaron Edelman says:

    Dig deep into your archives, and you will find a photo of AG Barr, together with Biden, (and other people), at the Airport in MENA, Arkansas. Barr isn’t all clean, wonder what he was doing there? My guess would be, he was “taking care of business” for the Uni party, that’s why Biden was there also. His task as AG, is to protect the Deep State.

    Liked by 3 people

  38. jonhabart says:


    • jonhabart says:

      This was posted almost instantly after the rumor article started gaining traction.

      Not sure why everybody is talking about bogus fake news.


      • rah says:

        No indictments of any deep state scum after over a year in office, speaking well of do nothing Wray and obvious coup participant Rosenstein, the public whine about the presidents tweets, topped off by letting McCabe off the hook on a charge that appeared to all to be a slam dunk might have something to do with it!
        I started out believing Barr was what and who he was presented to be. Then I became a fence sitter. Now I’m a full blown skeptic. He’s scum until proven otherwise by his actions is where I’m at now.
        The boxes of liberty:
        Soap Box
        Ballot Box
        and when the other two fail then it’s the
        Cartridge Box.
        I have diverted the funds I was sending to the president (the ballot box) back to filling my cartridge box until the time that Barr starts indicting people. That’s how skeptical I am and the direction I think we’re heading if they don’t get OUR DOJ squared away. And it will remain that way until I see action towards that objective. No words will do.

        Liked by 2 people

  39. Mortimer says:

    Reported by WaPo and “later confirmed by CNN, ABC News and the Associated Press”.

    There’s your clue right there.

    How in the h3ll do you “confirm” an anonymous claim when you have no idea who anonymous is? Impossible.

    Another lockstep fake news operation. “You say it first …. and then we will repeat it”.


  40. Derek Hagen says:

    Some days we feel good about Barr, like yesterday. Sometimes not so good. If someone wanted to keep people in the dark as to what they were doing, Barr’s way of going about things seems to be a good way to do it.


    • Deplorable Incisor says:

      Which days would be the days we felt good about Barr? (or do you have a mouse in your pocket?)
      I admit, I was happy to see a change from Sessions and after listening to Barr’s tough talk I was hopeful that he would do what needed to be done, but there hasn’t been a day yet where I felt good about anything this AG has actually DONE because he hasn’t actually DONE anything. Talk is just talk until it is backed up with decisive actions. Barr has yet to back up anything he has said and doesn’t appear to be headed in that direction at all.
      He is welcome to prove me wrong at any point but barring that, it’s all just talk and nothing to feel good about unless you just enjoy being lied too.

      Liked by 1 person

  41. John Smith says:

    Please, WP is a garbage paper. Only someone who is not very bright or has an agenda would quote from that paper.


  42. Parrot says:

    An interesting summation….


    Though I don’t see much evidence of anyone in DoJ demanding accountability….let alone Bill.
    All is forgiven if McCabe gets hit with far more serious charges than lying to the FBI….after all the FBI is legally allowed to lie to you to secure a conviction, so why would you feel under any obligation to tell truth to the FBI?


  43. Old Lady says:

    Considering Barr’s praise for the weasels (RR, CW, Mueller), President Trump’s tweets may indeed make it hard for Barr to do the job he intends/intended to do.


  44. Everett Miller says:

    Don’t believe the fake News. Don’t ask for Barr to reveal the facts about his investigations. Don’t hope for news stories about Grand Jury proceedings. Don’t try to count secret indictments. Don’t hope for Durham’s “report”.
    Consider this:
    The only way to accomplish the goal of prosecuting all the high level Criminals is to keep the proceedings secret; aligning the charts and lists and overlats; preparing the charging documents for ALL OF THE CONSPIRATORS to drop at the same time. The use if RICO statutes and procedures to crush Organized Crime is the only, and probable, way to nail these bastards.
    Pray that Barr and Trump are on the same page.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. hawkins6 says:

    Displaying weakness to a vicious, relentless, merciless, hate filled enemy is not wise unless it is a ruse with a trap ready to follow. Unfortunately, this does not appear to be the case here.

    When P T’s terms are over, the next POTUS will probably go back to concealing all of their real thoughts to the people like past Presidents have done rather than expressing them in real time on Twitter. Instead of the day’s tweets, the secret plotting against your political enemy, the abuse of multi Agency power and the heavily scripted teleprompter speech days will be back. Ignorance will be bliss and Laura Ingraham will lose a major excuse to be outraged.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. A2 says:

    attorney General Barr is no ‘quisling’. Ugh

    Why is this posted here.

    DOJ denies reports that AG William Barr plans to resign over Trump

    Attorney General William Barr does not intend to step down from his post — despite reports that he has considered quitting over his frustration with President Trump’s tweets about Justice Department cases, the department said Tuesday.

    Department of Justice spokeswoman Kerri Kupec said on Twitter that her boss had no plans to quit, calling reports to the contrary “Beltway rumors.”

    “The Attorney General has no plans to resign,” Kupec tweeted after reports by The Washington Post and the Associated Press said otherwise.‘.

    Give it a rest. When did CTH give credence to the the wankerati press.


    Liked by 2 people

  47. angech says:

    All going well.
    Barr just playing the press.
    How do you think he convinced Jesse Liu to change jobs.
    Get the job in the
    first place.
    Con Mueller
    By acting along. Then.
    2 a week from now til Xmas.
    Go Barr.
    As far as cool cats go he leaves suspicious puss in the shade.


  48. angech says:

    All going well.
    Barr just playing the press.
    How do you think he convinced Jesse Liu to change jobs.
    Get the job in the
    first place.
    Con Mueller
    By acting along. Then.
    2 a week from now til Xmas.
    Go Barr.
    As far as cool cats go he leaves suspicious puss in the shade.


  49. Mike in a Truck says:

    Kelley tried to control PDJT and look how he ended up. If theres anything about DJT that people have missed it’s simply he dosnt do well when told “you cant”. Two non-wingmen in a flat spin, bring on the next one.


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