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. Sparty says:

    Thank you for writing this masterpiece article. We’ve been bombarded relentlessly to ignore the core reason we love Trump and go along with the herd on the tweet “distraction”.
    “Just this time, mind you, just this one time”

    Once I agree it is best PDJT should stop tweeting, while Michael Flynn and Roger Stone have been railroaded by true criminals, one of a thousand examples, I open myself up to risk of herd agreement on next week’s outrage product. No thanks! Stay strong. Leverage SD’s argument with others that are buying into the “Stop the Tweets Or Bill Might Quit” manipulation.

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  2. libertydemandsmemory says:

    Protection for organized coup d’etaters

    Bondobarr & Betwray

    Since 1991



  3. mark says:

    It’s time for President Trump to appoint Justice Czars as Bogeyfree has called for.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Y’all Know What Time It is says:

      Barr probably realizes that the corrupt and illegal activities are so apparent that they can no longer be swept under the rug. Not wanting to prosecute any of the wrong doers, he may be looking for an excuse to quit.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Y’all Know What Time It is says:

        OTOH, Trumps tweets may make Barr feel that it appears that he is being manipulated by DJT.


        • tacocat43 says:

          What I’m wondering about is why we are even giving attention to these dumb rumors.

          Liked by 3 people

          • jmilamdeal says:

            For years now we have heard constant unsubstantiated rumors about this and that, which is one of the ways these idiots in the press and leadership of the resistance operate! So what, I say, Barr needs to do what he was hired to do, or get out of here! By now we have all heard many of the facts on what has been going on in the intelligence community for years, and it is high time to make some changes and either put some people in jail, shoot them, or have them hung for treasonous activities! There is no way for Barr to cover things up anymore, and maybe that is why he has considered quitting, if he has actually said that.


          • 55praises says:

            This is their SOP…to influence what people think, to make up their minds for them. After reading in The Epoch Times some of the propaganda the communist Chinese used in the lead-up to the election in Taiwan, I am convinced our media is using the same techniques. As James O’Keefe (Project Veritas) has proved: in Russia people who read Pravda knew they were being lied to…in the US we are lied to but the people don’t realize it.

            The sea change in how we are presented with “the news” from the 60’s-70’s to now is immense. What is disheartening is that our youth are not aware.

            There is a battle going on in this country, and it’s outcome will depend on people of integrity facing a foe that has the press as its propaganda arm. Stand strong!

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        • WHat Barr ‘feels’, if it is about what SOME PEOPLE perceive him to be, should be of no consequence.

          if he is going to join in the present day pervasive attitude of eternal adolescent self-consciousness, worry about peer pressure…then he is not someone who is bucking this trend and reverting to the attitude that had been pervasive well into the mid 20th century.

          Be raised by strong parents or if missing that, find a mentor who instill strong values.
          Suffer through adolescence while staying curious and pursuing excellence
          GROW UP and leave behind the worries of peer pressure and become your own person.

          IF Barr, along with many others who are alternately lions for Trump and then lackeys for deep state, has wealth tied to turning a blind eye to or even profiting from nefarious and underhanded globalist shenanigans, this makes sense.

          His speech several months ago at a lunch or breakfast, rang with truth and courage and justified rage at deep state.

          But we know that deep state employ Arkancide and fund AG and justice malfeasance.

          We know that the risk of using anyone in Beltway is that threats to family, to career, to wealth and blackmail for information collected by an overreaching ‘intelligence/globalist elite’ are all real.

          But Occam’s razor doesn’t really fit here because Trump’s strategy is anything but obvious…while proven effective.

          It’s awe inspiring that one man is navigating through these toxic seas. He must indeed have a hand of God aiding him.


  4. lolli says:

    Thank you Sundance!🇺🇸

    Bondo Barr whining about PT’s tweets was pathetic.

    Bondo Barr trying to pressure PT to stop tweeting and communicating with us, so Barr can continue to cover up in peace.
    Whoever wants PT to stop tweeting does not want us knowing the truth.

    Whether he resigns or not, Bondo Barr is still pathetic, just because he whined in public regarding his boss, our President.

    As far as some great speech Barr read, anyone can read a speech.

    If you haven’t looked into Barr’s past sweeping activity as AG under Bush, do it before you argue with Sundance and take up for Bondo Barr. Sundance seeks truth, period.

    I stand with President Trump. 🇺🇸

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    • vml9000 says:

      My God! This piece by Sundance says verbatim exactly what I believe to the word and has the same anger and contempt I feel for Barr and his crybaby complaining to Enemy ABC! I’d like to smack his fat face for such betrayal! Treacherous Crybaby!

      Liked by 11 people

      • lolli says:

        vml 👍

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        • tacocat43 says:

          President Trump has said he has faith in Bill Barr. Me too.

          Liked by 1 person

          • lolli says:

            That’s good for you. Not being sarcastic.
            Hope you are right and Sundance and I are wrong.

            The little mustard seed of faith I might have had for Barr to be pressured into doing the right thing, despite his past, disappeared when Barr went on TV and whined about PT’s tweets.
            The DS and never trumpers have been diligently working to stop PT from tweeting truth.

            So, for me, that was the last straw.


            Liked by 3 people

          • stenwin77 says:

            He had faith in Rex, in Sessions, in Bolton at one time too.

            Liked by 3 people

          • Ken Lawson says:

            The president has no choice but to say he has faith in Barr until the time comes he decides to get rid of him. POTUS also knows that getting a new AG approved through McConnell’s Senate will be difficult unless it’s someone the establishment approves of. POTUS is a master at timing, so he’ll show his hand when he’s ready (if there is a hand to show) and then action will happen. However, what he says to the press needs to be understood through the lens of knowing who he is speaking to and what his goal is for the information he is telling them. So, when he says he has faith in someone I’d take it with a grain of salt. He might have faith in Barr, but he also may be using the statement to manipulate the media.

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            • huecowacko says:

              Exactly, Barr is someone Trump could get approved for AG by the Senate, Trump knows who he is; terminating Barr at this time could put POTUS in a bind because the current Senate makeup/leadership is not, deep down, POTUS friendly and would not approve someone on POTUS’ terms.


            • lolli says:

              Also, IMO, I think it is PT’s way of pressuring Barr to do the right thing, to live up to expectations of law and order, or be shamed.

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    • libertydemandsmemory says:

      Bondobarr & Betwray

      Protection for organized coup d’etaters

      Since 1991


      Liked by 1 person

    • It’s just odd….why on earth would Barr go to ABC? This is one of the pieces that just doesn’t fit the man.
      In a strategy that played upon the left’s weakness, Barr going to them could be a bone thrown to them that they would eagerly pick up, thinking that NOW they had him….without ever even considering that someone who was saying everything THEY say might be a trojan horse.

      The hubris of the left is so enormous that we have watched with astonishment as they have routinely rejected the one obvious consideration that perhaps Trump is there because THEY have overplayed their hand and dismissed too many people who actually are smarter than they are…


  5. stenwin77 says:

    Can Trump have a line up of “acting” Attorneys General and just put them in place one right after another as their time expires?

    Another question, can an acting AG whose time has expired be reappointed as acting AG at a later time?

    Do acting AG’s have the full authority of a senate-approved AG?

    Screw the Senate confirmation.

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  6. “…The media PR firm for the CIA is The Washington Post.” — Sundance

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  7. gsonFIT says:

    First and for most, I wonder which of the journolist in the above photo realize how many American Soldiers have died representing America and fighting for freedom of speech? Second, I read that DOJ flat out denied this Barr resignation claim. Third of all, if Barr is a white hat (which I believe) what he is doing will have to be buttoned up tight if it is exposed and litigated in the public square. Finally, if Barr is a black hate I have ultimate confidence that President Donald John Trump will deal with it appropriately and as needed. Consider Presidential council from Devin Nunes, Mike Pompeo and Mark Meadows to name a few. These guys will keep Team Trump values alive now and into the future.

    There is large number of ELITE, entrenched political class in D.C. who care not for this country or you and I. Supporting that is the Military Industrial Complex which one can only imagine the swamp gasses coming off of that aged group. This system has become self preserving and some components dont even comprehend their amoral actions to keep it alive and corrupt. Add to that the propaganda of corporate media and the culture of America educational system.

    This is the recipe of one nasty bitch of a government developed over many years since the depression. A bitch with tools like the FISC and a DOJ (with 95% conviction rate) at their disposal

    Now think about your buddies you would have lunch with when Obama was President. I didn’t take as much interest when Washington was “kicking the can down the road”, but at that lunch we would discuss everything we would do if we just got a chance to run things in Washington. Well I’ll be damned if President Donald John Trump went and got himself a turn in D.C. None of us had any idea how bad things really were, we only sensed this. In three short years PDJT has had a rumble with the Federal Government just like all of us pretended to with our buddies at lunch.

    Gotta keep the faith in one of the greatest Americans of all time. He is doing it and Barr is “fer him or agin him” but he isn’t going to stop him

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    • shortcoach says:

      Right on, right on, right on. Very perceptive. I believe Barr is “lying in the weeds” – not erecting warning signs for those who ought to be concerned about what he’s really up to. And while this may simply be wishful thinking (hoping), I will keep the faith that Barr does what I (and I’m sure President Trump), expects him to do. Remember, Barr has appointed some outside prosecutors with history of “doing the right thing”. Why would you do that if cleaning up the swamp wasn’t the true purpose? At some point, Barr can pull the trigger and proclaim how utterly shocked he is at what’s been learned about swamp creatures, how it breaks his heart to see how these institutions have been subverted, etc., etc., etc. , AND NOW THE TIME HAS COME FOR A CLEAN-UP ON AISLES 1, 2, 3 and 4!!!! I just pray I’m right.

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    • willyeye says:

      One point I’d make, is that Trump has spent a lot of time and energy appointing conservative judges, this coming after 8 straight years of Obama appointments. These people can’t really hide their liberal proclivities.

      My point is, Obama also had 8 years to create a deep state of his liking. Not only is that bureaucrats in all departments of the executive branch of the government, but also in the upper echelons of the military. Obama spent 8 years trying to weed out anyone that wasn’t supporting his program. And I believe Obama did just that. Obama set this up to make it easy for these people to hide in plain sight. And Obama never had to worry that his media dept. would ever complain about the partisan moves he was making for 8 years.

      Trump comes in with no clue what being a CEO of DC is truly like. I’m sure once he realized how anti-Trump the Federal bureaucracies were, it was almost overwhelming. And the Deep State set it up to be able to threaten Trump with Obstruction if he did anything to rock their boat. But he is OUR fighter. and little by little he’s trying to drain this damned swamp. I just hope he’s able to clear out more than half of it in his 8 years. I’m confident that he will have pretty much fixed the Judicial Branch. The only thing he can’t directly fix is the disingenuous media; hopefully they will be so overly confident and narcissistic that they will be responsible for their own demise.

      The bottom line: Trump has to have a STRONG AG, and that’s one thing he’s been missing thus far. If Barr has some epiphany and decides to actually do his job, he might still be okay, but his window of opportunity to prove himself is pretty much over. Probably the most important thing Trump has to do in his second term is to appoint the perfect AG. Please say lots of prayers for our PT. He’s going to need them.


    • Peoria Jones says:

      Good post! While the jury is still out on Barr, my common-sensometer pinged on this story. (And not just because it’s from WaPo.)

      One thing Barr is NOT, is a blabbermouth. Oh, he may say things that set us off (or we think are unnecessary), but his words are carefully crafted. He doesn’t leak, and he doesn’t slip. And he didn’t come out of retirement to take this job, being scared to speak directly with the POTUS, or for himself.

      It doesn’t seem feasible that Barr would choose a passive-aggressive method to communicate his supposed dissatisfaction with his job, to the President. That is what teenage girls do. I’d have to think Barr is more direct.

      I’d also have to think that Barr has more self-control than to allow his emotions to affect his professionalism. Being stressed or frustrated with his job is one thing, but verbally threatening to quit – to anyone OTHER than his boss (PDJT) – would be abjectly stupid. Barr ain’t stupid.

      Maybe this job is getting to him, dunno. Maybe he just doesn’t like his boss. We’ll see. But this whole “sources familiar with his thinking” crap is beyond ridiculous.


      • TimeIsNow says:

        All I have to say is the well known fact that POTUS avidly read Sun Tsu, and was versed in “Appear weak when you are strong.” It took an average IQ of over 160 to get into Warton’s Graduate School when Trump attended, as it had the highest standards in the country to get into there. Anyone who believes he’s made unforced mistakes in his choices is wrong. A lot of Sun Tzu going on now. People here worry a lot, and too much FUD. That’s okay though as long as you people vote Trump.


    • gsonFIT, I dated one of those nasty elites, not of our country but another, but that person had not exposed the globalist attitude until after I’d broken up with that person.

      it was a chance reunion right when Trump was campaigning for the nomination, that provided me a first hand entree into the thinking of deep state and the globalists…all of whom were cronies and friends of my ex.

      I’ve written this before so forgive those who are sick of seeing it:
      1) Hillary was to be elected
      2) All nation borders were to be dissolved
      3) A ruling elite, circled loosely around the UN, were to each CHOOSE a region that looked ripe for financial development
      4) Such regions were to be specially overseen by a benevolent globalist, a pet project if you will
      5) Births were to be carefully controlled and abortion to be used ‘correctly’
      6) The optimum world population was, as Erlich’s book, “The Late GReat Planet EArth” heavily based on the debunked Malthusian theory, advised to be, 500 million…a number currently 6.5 billion LESS than the world’s population

      When I asked about the regions of the world that are so paralyzed by crime and rancor and violence, the response was a shrug…one that Goebbels or Mengeles or Der Fuhrer would have approved.

      Building crematoriums and shipping people off in cattle cars is so messy and so obvious.
      Why not use the tools of nihilism that the last 60 years of film have suggested so well in how to take down whole populations? Diseases released mysteriously? Disease released through unvetted illegal immigrants? Health care that approves or rejects treatment? RAdical terrorism annihilating the Judeo Christian ethos that has been the cornerstone of the development of modern civilization? Education that omits the grizzly truth and demonizes and villifies heroes with no opportunity for defense? Science that buries and destroys substantive alternatives to theories that do not pan out under the microscope of reality? Families carefully vetted to be raising the right children with the right genes and the right thoughts? Gene manipulation for a master race?


      The horror films that we saw as cautionary tales, the elites saw as manuals.


      • TimeIsNow says:

        Whatever by the year 2000 the NWO was already on the decline. Why? China, Russia, and India had chosen Nationalism over Globalism. China pretended to play the game, but was “Playing” the Globalists by letting them build up China. Russia wasn’t even pretending and that’s another reason that Globalists hate and intended to scapegoat Russia.

        Nationalism is now on the rise everywhere. Globalism is finished. With Trump in power in the USA it’s become hard to assassinate Nationalist leaders around the world or create ant-Nationalist coups.

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  8. AG Barr has been in the office for one year. What are some of his accomplishments?

    1. Barr declared Epstein killed himself
    2. Not a single indictment against the coup plotters
    3. Trump supporter Flynn indicted on false charges and falsified information from the DOJ and FBI.
    4. Almost nothing declassified. NO transparency.
    5. Judicial Watch almost always has to sue both DOJ and FBI to get information and then it is still redacted. (Just watch some of their videos, it is totally disgusting)
    6. Barr declares Russia interfered in our elections, when Mr. Wikileaks himself said it was a DNC leak.

    Too many people don’t ask this question of accomplishments. There is an earlier post about Barr’s speech at Notre Dame as “proof” that we should trust him.


    Trump is the best president in our lifetime not because he talks smoothly or “right”, he is the best president

    AG Barr is one of the worst AGs so far in our nation’s history, because with ample proof of a coup not a single coup plotter has been indicted.


    Please, when you evaluate people look at what they do and accomplish. Otherwise we will keep getting Bushes, Romneys, or Judge Kennedies who say Obamacare is legal.

    The question you may ask, why then did President Trump nominate Barr? Because with our corrupt Senate he is the best he could get. Barr did help finish the Mueller Gestapo investigation, that is something he did accomplish, and that was a job well done. But the corrupt Senate will not allow their friends or themselves to go to jail, so they approved another swamp creature.

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    • Trump is the best president in our lifetime because he delivers on his promises and delivers the best result for America.

      (was incomplete above)


    • tacocat43 says:

      Seriously? You think Barr is worse that Eric Holder? Short memory.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Eric Holder was horrible. But we have a documented COUP against the best president in our lifetimes, yet all the COUP plotters are still free, not only free, they are still attacking our president on the media.


        If you do not assign the correct penalty when you are in charge of justice, you become an accomplice. It’s harsh, but through Barr’s inaction he is part of the coup.

        If he does change and delivers actual justice I will applaud him. But look at what happens, not what he says.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          To me, the best reason to trust Barr (up to a point, anyway) is that the swamp is so desperately trying to void him. Someone, either on this site or an other, made the point that the people who are being questioned probably hurry back to their Lawfare pals and debrief them on how the questioning went and what was being asked. Lawfare can then tie these threads into a better picture than what you or I have of what track the investigations are taking. And Lawfare doesn’t like what they are hearing, not one little bit.

          Barr has one shot at these people. In a DC court. Probably with an Obama judge.


          • I hear you and to some degree you are correct.

            But the liberals and media also went after President Bush, and he was a globalist and total disaster (remember “Islam is a religion of peace” BS while killing hundreds of thousands in that region?).

            The only safe way to judge anyone is by their actions and results.

            If Barr does deliver – so far it is the opposite – I will laud him. But actions and results are what counts and that is how we should judge people.


      • G. Alistar says:

        p.s., a year? You can’t settle a no contest divorce in most states in less than a year! We are talking decades of corruption, very clever snakes who have VERY importantly cover from BOTH powerful democrats in the House and Senate AND a complicit national media. I’d be surprised IF Barr and Huber were anything but very secretive in their work. Be strong fellow treepers, be patient. Our finest hour is on the horizon. Barr, Trump and God do not work on your schedule.

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        • RJ says:

          Ok, then could you ask God to kick Barr in his ass so that he gets going on the bad guys?

          Trump has done his part with the tweets.


          • G. Alistar says:

            No, rather I will stand of the Word of God.

            1. Romans 12:12 – “Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation,be constant in prayer.”

            2. Psalm 27:14 – “Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.”

            3. 2 Peter 3:9 – “The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.”

            4. Exodus 14:14 – “The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still.”

            5. Isaiah 30:18 – “Yet the Lord longs to be gracious to you; therefore he will rise up to show you compassion. For the Lord is a God of justice. Blessed are all who wait for him!”

            6. 2 Peter 3:8 – “But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day.”


      • Agreed I don’t believe AG Barr is the worst AG but instead am now believing he’s compromised becoming a placeholder maintaining status quo.


        • If a COUP against the elected President of the United States is not one of the worst crimes I don’t know. If you REFUSE prosecute the coup leaders (e.g. McCabe) despite mountains of publicly known evidence, you are an accomplice.


    • gsonFIT says:

      Barr shut down Special Counsel and exposed Mueller as a figurehead with dementia.
      He then appointed Durham and spoke up when he thought conclusion of the IG report was labeled misleading by the MSM. He traveled to Italy to personally gather evidence of the coup.

      He has done all this while contending with the media and 1/2 of America taking MSM word for gold. He has remained unconflicted and seconds the greatest brawler in American history.

      It is frustrating because when all want justice now, but justice in this case is going to take time.

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      • I hear you.

        But I disagree. We have had proof of crimes. There is no need to wait.

        Also, there is ZERO transparency. Judicial Watch has to sue to get information, and then it is redacted.

        Don’t let hope and words blind you to what is staring you in the face. Look at actual actions and accomplishments.

        The Department of Justice is not serving justice.

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      • gsonFIT says:

        Last sentence should read “we all want justice now” but you guys got me fired up this a.m. and my fingers are typing faster than my mind is moving


        Thank God you dont have an idiot like Adam Schiff on your team


      • lolli says:


        Barr shut down the special coup counsel. Well, sorta.

        Barr just let them walk away and hand over their research to schiff and Nader for the impeachment. They only passed the baton!

        The coup is ongoing. And Barr goes on TV to tell the world that Pt is obstructing justice by his tweets.

        Now, as far as Bondo resigning, I doubt that is true. (One can only hope, IMO)
        But, if he does, will he still appear at end of March and trash PT?

        Of course, I am old enough to remember Ruby Ridge, so I am a bit biased toward Bondo Barr.

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    • Trumpstumper says:

      You nailed it…

      By their fruits you shall know them.


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      • MVW says:

        “By their fruits you shall know them” vs ‘Don’t pick the fruit before its time.’

        Nemesis vs Beltway Politics, Dispensing Justice vs getting your team elected, timing.

        David had a good post on these seemingly conflicted issues. I think 2020 election is the breaking point of the Globalists. Once we get past that a new line up is needed in the 3 letter arm of the Gruberment. To argue for action today has ramifications that trouble me. Politics is reality not to be discounted.

        Meanwhile, Sundance’s serious doubts on Barr are on target.

        There is too much flimflamming taking place in the Senate and House akin to sons, daughters, in-laws cashing in, insider trading, selling America out in exchange for cashing in, congress trading American $trillions for $millions in grifter graft, abetted by corporate media turncoats (owned by XXX), The swamp is thick.

        I defer to Trump navigating the swamp up to November. Then let Justice rain down, turn Nemesis loose. No excuses.


    • lolli says:


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    • LibsRBedWtrs says:

      I think Jeff Sessions was worse —bit so far BARR is no better


      • Sessions was horrible and it is hard choice on who is worse.
        What makes me choose Barr, we now have mountains of evidence, MOUNTAINS, in the public domain of a coup against the elected President of the USA, and nobody is indicted.

        He refuses to do his job. Stone gets sentenced, McCabe does not even get indicted with more evidence before his trial than evidence against Stone after his trial.

        That is gross mis-justice, and Barr is in charge.


  9. C-Low says:

    “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.”

    That says it all right there. If Barr was a true to his claims of being immune to influence in the domestic spear in his quest for blind justice his answer to Trumps tweets would have been simple when asked. Q tweets Barr “opinion of citizens, media, or even the president has no bearing on my decisions in regards the application of Justice”.

    Instead he was influenced by opinions in the media and lashed out at the Pres influencing his side of the electorate (like Trump is supposed to do). Trump was not demanding nothing of Barr or the DOJ just shinning light on the ill known by gen pop facts. The result is the impression of a gap the media jumped into to drive a wedge. I would bet this Barr resign is just more fake news. The media is probing. If Trump Barr are on same page Trump may call Barr which could then be leveraged to show interference or if they are not get Trump to lash out maybe while at least making Barr have a back of the head motivation to show independence.

    I see Barr like the rest of the ole school repubs motivated to do right but at sametime feels some imaginary loyalty to institutional rules so wants to navigate a way to do it in the rules and so as to protect the institution. The problem is he is fighting a group that has no such moral qualms and will cheat get dirty lie etc… He is trying to do a queens rules fight vs a pit fighter. That last sentence is why repubs regularly lose fights they should easily win while Trump who understands a fight has no rules if they pull a knife you pull a gun continues to just plow over all comers.

    Barr is not the type I would have chose for this job. There is enough evidence for his way to work but due to his overriding goal to protect the institution it will be done slowly and with one hand behind the back to keep the impact down to keep rash at bay. Sadly the rash is what is needed to actually correct the system which goes against Barrs goal of protecting the institution. It is hard for ranking lifers of any institution to admit their institution was the failure that allowed the abusers to use for nefarious goals.

    The only promising things I see is explosion of the corrupt abusers coming out rallying the troops. It smells of fear of attack.


  10. Kristin DeBacco says:

    Not only is President Trump getting on Barr’s nerves but we are too. Sundance, the treepers and all the people that show up in support every day. Barr knows of the injustice at his Justice Department and the cover up is getting darn difficult.

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    • Pale rider says:

      I believe your right about that, Sundance has been leaving marks on these people and personally I find it almost as pleasant as Trump being elected. OAN, judicial Watch, Sundance, Rudy, Lou Dobbs and this list is growing. That my friends can only happen in an atmosphere of freedom. Bye bye cnn, msnbc.


  11. Kristin DeBacco says:

    Not only is President Trump getting on Barr’s nerves but we are too. Sundance, the treepers and all the people that show up in support every day. Barr knows of the injustice at his Justice Department and the cover up is getting darn difficult.

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  12. Bogeyfree says:

    Thought we should have the actual verbiage on the option of filling a Presidentially appointed, Senate confirmed position, known as advise and consent position.

    4 ways.

    Using the Vacancy Act:
    When an executive branch advice and consent position covered by the Vacancies Act becomes vacant, it may be filled temporarily in one of three ways under the act: (1) the first assistant to such a position may automatically assume the functions and duties of the office; (2) the President may direct an officer who is occupying a different advice and consent position to perform these tasks; or (3) the President may select an officer or employee who is occupying a position, in the same agency, for which the rate of pay is equal to or greater than the minimum rate of pay at the GS-15 level, and who has been with the agency for at least 90 of the preceding 365 days.

    In general, a temporary appointment under the Vacancies Act continues until no later than 210 days after the date the vacancy occurred or, if the vacancy occurred during a Senate recess, 210 days after the date the Senate reconvenes. The time restriction is suspended, and the acting officer can continue to serve, if a first or second nomination for the position has been submitted to the Senate for confirmation and is pending. The acting officer can continue to serve for an additional 210 days after the rejection, withdrawal, or return of such a nomination.

    (4) recess appointment

    So based on this and the fact McConnell will never allow PT a recess appointment, IMO PT best option is:

    1) Take Munchin or one of PT most trusted MAGA people who already has advise and consent approval to temporarily run the DOJ.

    2) PT makes Sidney Powell a WH Presidential Appointee (no Senate approval required) and he puts in the role of Special Liaison or Justice Czar working directly with Munchin in running the DOJ.

    3) PT provided Munchin and Powell with full declassification authority

    4) Powell sits in all staff meetings and and all meetings with Durham, Pittsburgh US Attorney, Brooklyn US Attorney and St. Louis US Attorney.

    5) Munchin & Powell declassify and unredact then read and review all communications from Russia Gate, Spygate, Mueller Gate, FISA Gate, Impeachment Gate and Ukraine Gate and advise the President.

    6) this continues until Nov whereby from PT’s rallies and his new battle cry, “Give me at least 8 and I can give you Sidney, Flynn and Rudy.” Then We the People provide PT with at least 8 new Republican Senators from the Nov election while we sacrifice Mitch to set an example for all RINOS.

    7) 53+8-1=60 Getting to 60 will ensure going forward in Nov that PT’s nominees of Sidney Powell, Gen. Flynn and even Rudy if he goes there can be confirmed by a simple majority as we have 9 extras to compensate for RINO holdouts AND we no longer have Mitch to play his games.

    So PT here is the road map. But please remember the new rule #1……………


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  13. My criticism of Barr in one sentence:


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  14. mostlyogauge says:

    THAT’S the DOJ press corps? They all look pretty young. Are any of them old enough to drive? Do any of them actually know what “DOJ” stands for and what the DOJ is supposed to do? They should all be fired.

    Seems that the 94% that voted for the hag and no one in the lame stream media recognize transparency in government. President Trump has brought transparency to government and they just don’t get it.

    The politicians and the bureaucrats don’t understand that they work for us, we don’t bow down to them, although they had a good example with ozero when he was on a constant apology tour the eight years of his administration. These people are clueless. The more of them that are fired and voted out of office, the better.

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  15. paper doll says:

    A large part of the problem is the doctored jury pool in DC . It’s an OJ jury for any Dem. In fact the FBI love bird guy will likely get millions in a ‘” wrongful ” firing suit and maybe reinstated. They should be lining up to be indicted so they can collect millions and return to the scene of the crime ! Thanks to the D.C. court set up


  16. OhNoYouDont says:

    Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) affects one side of the political spectrum.

    Barr Derangement Syndrome (BDS) affects both sides of the political spectrum.

    Here is an example of “BDS” from the lunatic fringe:

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    • dawg says:

      Ok, this sounds to me like real, legitimate, sincere FEAR from a top Dem.

      I have been on the fence on whether all the Barr bashing lately was real or for show.

      If Barr was just a whitewasher, you would have to think the dems at risk of exposure would know that, and I could understand top Dems making negative comments about him just to keep up the charade that hes legit and they dont like him, hes Trumps puppet, etc….

      But a comment like this one from MadMax seems to go beyond that.

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    • Greg1 says:

      About the time I start thinking of Barr in negative terms (again) a swampy democrat (aren’t they all?) comes out wanting to literally destroy him. Even after leaving office, if he were to do so.

      This tells me the swamp genuinely fears what Barr is doing.

      If Barr is NOT trying to bring justice to those involved in the spying against Trump, then he should recognize the democrats can and will destroy him if they get the chance…….and they are trying to get the chance.

      I would think that alone would motivate him to leave no stone unturned in going after wrongdoers. If the democrats get the chance to do to Barr what they’ve done to Flynn, they WILL.

      This garbage has to stop or the USA is ruined. Surely Barr can see that…..


  17. Somebody's Gramma says:

    This is frustrating. If you listened, or watched live, the interview with Barr, he DID NOT STATE THAT TRUMP’S TWEETS MAKE IT DIFFICULT TO DO HIS JOB. He was speaking GENERALLY about how the social media and fake news media narratives make it difficult to do his job. The interviewer then twisted that to ask if specifically TRUMP made it difficult, and Barr acknowledged that yes, ALL the public chatter made it difficult and he included Trump, but along with everyone else. The media then snipped that tiny part and published their stories It’s their trickery and I’m sick of it. If you don’t listen to every speech and read every transcript, the narrative engineers go to work and tell the public what they want the public to hear. They did the same thing with Mulvaney (I think) about the quid pro quo. Don’t believe anything you read without going to the full source and reading or watching for yourself. They don’t want Barr in place precisely because HE IS going after bad guys in spades. Just go to justice.gov and read the daily indictments that are published. I get very disappointed when “our side” falls in line with the published narrative. And another thing, while I’m ranting this morning, all those supposed law enforcement types who signed the letter/petition/whatever to get Barr to resign…. well, the narrative engineers did the same thing with the climate change garbage… they get a long list of pwn’d “scientists” to sign a letter to make something look authentic, and the few who stand up to the lie are silenced, destroyed, or worse. Thank George Soros for the mayhem we have. Try this approach: Anything you read or hear, assume it’s garbage or a lie, then find out who funds the folks trotting out the messaging. You’d be surprised how small the clubs really are. I’m not including Sundance specifically because I am graciously allowed to post my thoughts here. But, please people, do your own research.


    • steph_gray says:

      Yes and thanks to Sundance’s exhaustive article about the way that interview was chopped up, we also know the details on it.

      Kudos, as always.


  18. Free Speech says:

    I thought he already quit based on the way the inmates are still running the prison at the DOJ. I wish he would leave. Then, maybe POTUS would put somebody up there he actually wants, and FORCE the dirty Rs in the Senate to vote against him/her in confirmation, or FORCE Lindsey to refuse to bring him/her up for a vote in the Judiciary Committee.


    • President Trump is the best president of our lifetime, but he does what is possible not what would be ideal.

      The corrupt Senate only allowed Barr to be appointed because he is part of the swamp.

      Replacing Barr today won’t make much of a difference, because he’d be replaced with another swamp creature.

      Solution? Landslide wins on Nov 3 for President Trump and Republican House and Senate, with enough margins so we can get someone like Judge Jeanine appointed.


  19. MLK says:

    I agree with you, it would be foolish to believe that the chances of Barr resigning over this are zero. That highlights the enduring reality throughout, Trump remains at risk of insider treachery or, more likely in the instant case, the other side bagging another causality.

    As I think everyone here knows, this is the political war equivalent of WWII. The battles continue to rage, and Trump would have been long gone if he always let loose with raw firepower.

    Examples abound just within DOJ. While Sessons was No Profile In Courage, if he hadn’t recused at that stage, they would have soon enough forced his resignation in the face of impeachment. Fueling the effort against Trump’s removal.

    It’s worth remembering that throughout Mueller’s tenure they were attempting to goad Trump into firing him. Rosenstein too at a certain point.

    I’m a close observer of Trump’s mood, as I’m sure many are here. He’s cool as a cucumber, as he always seems to be (and signal to us) when he on the offensive against his enemies and winning, winning, winning.

    It’s thus important for us to keep in mind that He (and Barr) just won the important battles — complete removal of Liu and the Stone Four. The other side is really blowing a gasket, not simply feigning such in the hopes of snookering us. But we’re not the “Tick Tock” or “Trust the Plan” knuckleheads, are we. If we err it’s from the other direction.

    Also, although it assures nothing, the McCabe declination was anything but a loss. It always struck me as akin to the trap that was Comey’s referral for leaking classified information. Both were fake reckonings which would have ended in acquittals (e.g. Craig) and narrative disaster. Again, if this was such a win, why couldn’t they muster a victory lap lasting more than three minutes?

    As I mentioned before, The Dog That Isn’t Barking is whether McCabe is cooperating. His post-declination letter vague belly-aching certainly raises that specter. As does the silence of the four prosecutors and the urgent HJC hearing so urgent it’s scheduled for the end of March.

    Moreover, while we get what Trump is up to in terms of constraining Barr, the following is worth a read for the complexity it adds:


    Remember, Barr referred to the “constant background noise” that makes it “impossible for me to do my job.” By putting it in the shiny object context of the POTUS’s tweet he was able to deliver a broad message to all concerned. That includes leaking fifth columnists in DOJ/FBI, Congress (specifically mentioned), and former officials and judges. After all, what is the difference between Trump saying that Stone and Flynn have been treated horribly, and all of them and their allied media braying that Stone should be locked up for nine years Because, I guess, the ineluctable math of Sentencing Guidelines?

    Berman-Jackson is between a rock and a hard place. She was forced to declare beforehand that Stone would suffer no adverse consequences from her sentencing him tomorrow. He won’t be going to prison pending his appeal. Trump, being Trump, signaled in no uncertain terms that he’ll commute Stone’s sentence otherwise. Yesterday — importantly not before — Trump said he was letting the process play out.

    Unless I miss my mark, she will sentence Stone to a fraction of the 7-9 year draconian recommendation. Then she’ll attempt to save the verdict from a mistrial if that’s possible. It might be given that the jury forewoman is a lawyer so she may have sufficiently covered her bases during Voir Dire. But it remains a disastrous death by a thousand cuts narrative in an election year that the Democrats are loathe to suffer with no end in sight.

    While I just don’t think they can ever get smart so I don’t see it happening, the right play for Berman-Jackson (and the anti-Trump/Barr claque) would be a sentence of, say, 6 months. This would let some air out of the vicious double-standard balloon, and give Barr some room to negotiate a plea (two-months!) in anticipation of a mistrial. Though more likely is a harsher sentence, Berman-Jackson then denying the motion for a new trial, and Stone appealing while out on bail.

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    • Pale rider says:

      Never really thought about this but, people like Kerry and such are trying to start wars deliberately, to occupy Trump with yet another issue.


      • MLK says:

        Yes, though their latest plot, Iran and Democrats, — thankfully foiled by killing Soleimani and his allied militia leaders — was to seize American personnel and replay the 79-80 Iranian Hostage Crisis that sunk Carter’s reelection prospects.

        Perhaps it’s coincidence but I think not, but this op occurred during Pelosi’s urgent but inexplicably delayed impeachment transmittal.


        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Still think the delay was to keep the pesky old
          non DNC approved candidates from being able
          to campaign early on. Always think the worst with
          Pelosi. You won’t be disappointed that way.


    • Peoria Jones says:

      Really enjoyed your post, MLK. Much to bear in mind, and interesting linked article.


      • MLK says:

        Thanks for saying so.

        The anti-Trump Transmission Belt was chortling with delight after Berman-Jackson announced she would proceed with sentencing Stone tomorrow — convinced she would impose the four prosecutors 7-9 year sentence.

        Maybe, but if she does so that is a bigly win for our side. By doing so she will have in one fell swoop tossed the federal (Resistance) judiciary from the frying pan into the fire.

        Her sentence first stunt is the very definition of too-cute-by-half, unless she sentences him to a fraction of the withdrawn recommendation. It would be her recklessly declaring that she’s hand-in-glove with the jihadi prosecutors, insistent on maintaining the narrative, justice and due process be damned.


  20. dustahll says:

    Great article, perfect., what you said was perfect as Pres.Trump would say.


  21. When you don’t punish a criminal act (COUP against President Trump) you become an accomplice.

    Prove me wrong.

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  22. Bogeyfree says:

    One other point about the Barr resigning rumor.

    Who just three months ago makes the speech that he did at the Federalist Society and then runs away?

    I encourage everyone to go back and read the entire transcript as it’s all about the assault on the Executive Branch.

    But here is a key section and again I ask, who says this and then turns tail and runs away?

    “Immediately after President Trump won election, opponents inaugurated what they called “The Resistance,” and they rallied around an explicit strategy of using every tool and maneuver to sabotage the functioning of the Executive Branch and his Administration.

    Now, “resistance” is the language used to describe insurgency against rule imposed by an occupying military power. It obviously connotes — It obviously connotes that the government is not legitimate.

    This is a very dangerous — and indeed incendiary — notion to import into the politics of a democratic republic.

    What it means is that, instead of viewing themselves as the “loyal opposition,” as opposing parties have done in this country for over 200 years, they essentially see themselves as engaged in a war to cripple, by any means necessary, a duly elected government.”

    Basically IMO Barr is saying the resistance IS A COUP and being engaged in a war to CRIPPLE a duly elected government is by definition……….

    SEDITIOUS CONSPIRACY – 18 U.S. Code § 2384

    So why give THIS speech focused on the assault of the Executive Branch if you are going to cut and run? It doesn’t make sense as historians will have a field day with Barr’s words vs his actions.

    No, I don’t see Barr running. But I’m still unsure of why the ABC interview unless it’s just to provide distance before justice??

    The good news is this is coming to a head one way or another by or before 3/31.

    I see no middle ground for Barr it’s either hero or ___________!

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    • Speeches matter not. It’s actions that count.

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      • TimeIsNow says:

        @trumplandslide I love your handle, but…

        “Speeches matter not,” same for constant comments. “It’s actions that count.”

        We need you.

        So — ACT! You need to Act. Do Sumpthin’ as You are wasting time. Go for it, and keep CTH informed of your amazing Actions. Waiting with Baited Breath for your lead?! Get. Moar. Attention. We need leaders, perhaps you can go on CNN, or MSNBC or even Fox? After you can create a Think Tank??? No stopping you then. Whoa, go, go, go. But please –> hurry.


        • TimeIsNow says:

          I like people with some ‘perspective,’ meaning they try to see the whole. Note: I do not mean,”Fair and Balanced,” like Fox, which I ignore. I’m not even for Free Speech, as AMERICAN Flag Burners need to be punished. Examples of perspective on here would be MLK, Peoria, or gson, and I’m not even trying to get on their good side. They obviously stop and consider rather than going all out intense, and one-sided.

          Consider this: PDT is not stupid, a mid-wit or boxed-in. He is smart to the point of brilliant. He does Troll, He does have incredible gamesmanship. He has people working for him in intelligence, and not merely government intelligence, but his own, which he has had many years.

          What are the odds he is just stumbling around making poor choices? What are the odds he is using Sun Tzu’s tactics to confound the Deep State?


  23. Chewbarkah says:

    The Dem-media want to get rid of Barr. That is enough reason for me to prefer he stay.
    They are trying to create the appearance of dissension between the President and Barr, knowing Trump’s supporters will take what they perceive as Trump’s side. This reduces support for Barr and helps the Dems force him out.

    That said, when Trump tweets about unleashing lawsuits, it is like saying to Barr: “act soon or I will do it around you.” Trump could just say that to Barr directly, but he choses to do it publicly. Why? My theory is that Trump and Barr are doing the kabuki two-step, to make it obvious that Barr is not the White House lap dog.

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  24. nerveman says:

    let’s assume for the moment that Barr is weak. What, if anything, does that say about Durham?

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      Don’t forget #2 in line, Rosen, was brought in specifically by Barr and #4 in line the US Attorney of the EDVA, Zachary Terwilliger is the son of George J. Terwilliger III who was Barr’s #2 when he as AG in 91-93.

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  25. StanH 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.” A vitally important caveat while reading the article.

    50/50 chance of it being one or the other. in other words nobody knows. It could be the classic Good Cop/Bad Cop routine? It could be that Barr is scared of the enormity of the naked corruption in a house he helped build? It could be that he so loves the DOJ that he’s willing to give it a long overdue haircut and restore integrity of this corrupt institution in the eyes of the (thinking, productive, flag waving, God fearing) public? He could fear for his own safety? He could fear that if he doesn’t do something and is fired by President Trump cleaning out the scoundrels will be with a blunt instrument as opposed to surgical removal? He could could simply be a wuss?

    My guess is he’ll spit the baby in an attempt to please all sides. We’ll see.

    Watch and listen to President Trump, he’ll let us know.


  26. Ludo says:

    Like I keep saying, John Durham is slowly homing in on Barr and his wife. I’m still reeling from the Barr quote I read in the book The 2001 Anthrax Deception. Barr is a dangerous swamp creature.

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  27. lolli says:



  28. One anonymous story and the Deep State has succeeded in TCTH commentators debating the possible demise of AG Barr and the media clamoring for his removal (by any means). SAD

    I believe AG Barr should hold a presser by COB Friday to “clear the air” – he owes it to the country.


  29. CTH Fan says:

    Nearly everybody on this site knows and understands that the WP is the disinformation arm of the coupsters. The rest of the press picks the headline up and runs with it. So, why are we ALWAYS getting in a tizzy knowing that everything they write is suspect.

    AG Barr is getting hit by the Left, by people here at CTH, the press and the corrupt employees that he has to deal with. In his world he has only one person he can count on for support, and that is the President.

    What happens, four lawyers who hate Trump baits him into tweeting an angry response to an outrageous sentencing request and he bashes The Justice Department. In a sense, bashing AG Barr,

    Now what? The one person AG Barr thought he could count on to back him up starts pounding him and his agency on a worldwide forum without discussing the issue with him first. Sorry folks, if I were in AG. Barr’s position quitting would look awful good to me too.

    The coupsters landed a nasty body blow to AG Barr and President Trump’s strong relationship, no doubt about it. AG Barr and President Trump have to find a better way to communicate.

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  30. DeWalt says:

    Three things.
    One, the President creates the headlines an honest media should be printing.
    Two, Barr should have never shown disloyalty by bitching about his boss on an enemy news show.
    Three, as Sundance often says, Ask The Right F__king Questions. What exactly is Barr’s job? What did Mitch confirm Barr to do?

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  31. dawg says:

    Well President Trump is currently in the middle of an epic tweetstorm. Retweeting Fitton Judicial Watch regarding all the Big Ugly, AND Kerry and Murphy meeting with Iran, Logan Act : “Must be dealt with strongly!”

    Kerry & Murphy illegally violated the Logan Act. This is why Iran is not making a deal. Must be dealt with strongly! https://t.co/RpTW9c09ZY— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 19, 2020


    That demand sounds to me like its aimed directly at Attorney General William Barr.

    If Barr really was thinking about resigning over Trump tweets, PDJT starts the day not by holding back, but by hammering on all the pressing issues facing the the AG.

    What to make of it?

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  32. Bill says:

    I’ve got a bit of a different take.

    If you now have the media believing there is a rift between Barr and Trump, does this not take a major arrow from their quiver? The arrow that Barr is Trumps yes man?

    With that belief system removed from the press and public thought, then when Barr drops the hammer it won’t be seen as him doing Trumps bidding.

    Just a thought. 64D chess/wishful thinking I suppose.

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  33. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/02/reports-barr-considering-resigning-over-trump-tweets-interference-in-doj/

    UPDATE: Barr spokeswoman Kerri Kupic tweeted, “Addressing Beltway rumors: The Attorney General has no plans to resign.”

    Addressing Beltway rumors: The Attorney General has no plans to resign.

    — KerriKupecDOJ (@KerriKupecDOJ) February 19, 2020


  34. Pale rider says:

    ‘KABOOM’ well maybe ‘kaboom’ with a little exhale from the deflation of bagpipes eh!
    Whiny man good, orange man bad and mean and……………..
    Barr was done the moment he went on the interview to complain about Trump. Homie don’t play dat.

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  35. 6x47 says:

    AG Barr would have to be a special kind of stupid to think furthering a blown coverup is somehow going to preserve “muh beloved instatooshins.”

    Barr is not stupid.

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  36. Linda K. says:

    Barr is getting blowback for not prosecuting McCabe, I imagine.


  37. My focus is the work of Durham and his expands probe Into Special Counsel’s Activities – Interviews Several FBI Investigators Who Worked on Mueller’s Team. I have one question from you Sundance; that is Durham and your thoughts on him?


    • I had high hopes for Durham because he actually had a track record of getting corrupt FBI agents punished. Now that AG Barr went out of his way to protect McCabe and not indict him despite proof of crimes worse than Stone tells me that we will not get justice while he is in charge.

      But hopefully, with landslide wins on Nov 3 we can get someone like Judge Jeanine and have a DOJ that actually delivers justice, not “protect the (corrupt) institution”.


  38. Johnny Dollar says:

    Willie Nelson as Bill Barr. Just to keep the juices flowing


  39. DeWalt says:

    You didn’t ask me Big Daddy but here is what I’m thinking.
    You can run an investigation for two reasons. To get to the crimes and prosecute or to find out what you don’t know to get ahead of it. No one likes to be blindsided in a coverup. Which one? Don’t know.


  40. billmonnie says:



    POSTUS Trump, “I chose not to be involved …….”

    Now Barr will have to assume responsibility for ALL his own decisions……SCARY….for Barr!

    Yes, POTUS Trump has made it “impossilbe” for Barr to do his job by exposing the truth!


  41. Anyone who thinks AG Barr’s DOJ is “serving justice” should read some of Tom Fitton’s tweets https://twitter.com/TomFitton

    The FBI and DOJ cover up everything possible. Judicial Watch has to sue them all the time and even when they get information that should have been released in the first place it is redacted.


  42. 335blues says:

    If attorney general Barr is not prepared to uphold the purpose of the office he was given,
    then he should quit. And he should quit today so the right person can be given the job.
    America MUST identify, indict, prosecute, and hold accountable the
    seditious traitors who attempted a coup d’etat against OUR CHOICE for President.
    Do your job or get the hell out.

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  43. OC Citizen says:

    If Barr indicted, what are the chances of a DC jury convicting? If this is a coup being treason ( I think it is), does it have to go to a civilian court? Didn’t McCabe walk because 2 GJ failed to indict? I can’t see a DC Jury being fair.


  44. rayvandune says:

    No, I think Trump’s tweets may make Barr feel like it appears he is a wuss. Well, that the appearance that he is demonstrably ineffectual.


  45. Zydeco says:

    We need more of this from everyone.

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  46. wandaarnold16 says:

    Consider that you might be wrong about Bill Barr and that things are going exactly as planned. The DS has used up all their ammunition on President Trump, without success. Now they turn to the next person who knows what they have done and is collecting all the evidence. A concerted onslaught against Barr will soon have everyone doubting; maybe they can even get rid of him, they think. You’ve heard the President: game over! Realize that for every one of you that follow politics, there are thousands who need to be educated. This takes time, especially if you want to make sure that everything is strictly legal. Patience, people. We’re closing in on the end.


  47. Rick says:

    He’s hardly a spineless wimp, however I agree he’s succumbing to pressure from the lying conniving dems and their media echo chamber allies.

    Now, I’m not saying this based on the Washington Post report, because I don’t listen to liars. I based it on his comments about POTUS tweets, and what I perceive to be his naive perception of his partisan charges.

    Mr. ‘by the book’ suffers from the same fallacy as Judge Amy Berman Jackson. These people, but from two political sides share the same naive belief; they both naively believe their charges can apply the law neutrally. In this highly partisan day and age one thing has become crystal clear. Democrats have amply demonstrated their strong political beliefs do affect their judgements, whether as prosecutors or jurors.

    That brings us to some of the cases being reviewed now. Take for example the Durham case. Sure, indictments could have been made by now. however, do you think John Durham doesn’t know where his case will be held? Try the highly biased, highly partisan DC Swamp where innocent republicans go to jail and the real criminals get of scot free.

    That is why I will wait and see what happens. I will give him the time to make the most convincing case possible. And if he elects not to indict some of them, I understand, a prosecutor will not indict if they believe their case has little chance. And knowing where these cases are heading, it’s not a good one.

    Off topic, but perhaps another good subject for a blog would be what our options are for correcting the issue of trying cases in highly partisan DC where no republican can get a fair trial, and where the swamp protects itself.


  48. richq11 says:

    Barr is rotten to the core, emblematic of the rot he inherited. Remember it was Barr that rewarded the sniper who murdered Vicki Weaver while she was unarmed, holding an infant. Trump is making his job difficult- it’s difficult to perpetuate a culture of lies when your boss is telling the truth!


  49. Tim Holden says:

    Perhaps it played out this way. Barr was in a position of great power, with the President fighting heavy odds, and with many of Barr’s connections amongst those who opposed his boss. There were uncertainties around the impeachment that we must not forget. A widespread betrayal in the Senate was a possibility we all feared.

    William Barr did little. The investigations came to no conclusion. No information was released. It would have been considerable trouble for Barr if the President was successfully impeached with all those inconvenient details in the public domain. Furthermore, he probably calculated that he would play an important after a Senate vote to impeach.

    So he blew his bagpipes and made a few pompous speeches. He’s good at pompous speeches, and he can blow a reasonable bagpipe. He laid low and said little.

    Then, after the Senate acquitted,there came calls for action. In a fury of disappointment the press attacked him. Barr had some catching up to do, and he wasn’t ready for action.

    Now he finds himself between a furious press and an impatient President. Naturally he complains, and naturally he considers his options – because he is of a calculating nature. He can see that the President has a strong chance of another five years in office, with only Bloomberg’s money to prevent that outcome.

    He could resign, and that must be a temptation. Or he could still try to save his friends in the Deep State, which would be dangerous. Otherwise he could get behind the President and become either famous or infamous. Facing him is 3/31. Court cases are blowing off in volleys. Tweets erupt. Maxine wants him to spend the rest of his life on Devil’s Island. Goddamit. A man can’t plot in peace!

    He’s actually going to have to do something, and it seems that’s not what he wanted to do. But part of it has to do with what he very much wants to do. Like everyone, he wants to save himself. Poor Bill Barr, those bagpipes are haunting him.

    Liked by 1 person

    • DeWalt says:

      Bill Barr, like Mueller, was already retired. He already had the AG’S job and got the tshirt. When these creatures return it’s for an angle. What his angle is, don’t know. But I have my theories. Bottom line is this. I have zero sympathy for his plight.

      Liked by 1 person

  50. DeWalt says:

    Dersh has a lot of baggage with Epstein and has never been a trial lawyer or argued at Supreme Court level. He would be a disaster. A Sydney Powell or a Jim Jordan is what you need.

    Liked by 4 people

    • noswamp says:

      Sidney Powell or Jim Jordan is exactly what you need. The mistake has been made to choose insiders with the thinking that they could reform the dept.

      No. The exact opposite is needed. You need lawyers that are lawyers first and not seeing everything through a hate Trump lense.

      Oh well. We can hope can’t we.

      Liked by 4 people

    • DeWalt says:

      The key question for consideration is, Does the Swamp have any leverage on you candidate?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Moe Grimm says:

      +1. Not only that, but does anyone believe Dershowitz would go after any of these bastards given what he’s said on numerous occasions? Dershowitz? Matt Whitaker might have, but no one knows. I don’t believe Barr will seek indictments on any of them. Now his delicate sensibilities? Remember too, Barr pro bono participated in defending fbi murderer Lon Horiuchi. More yet, IF he did, the grand jury pools would likely still be pulled from Mordor who voted like this in 2016: https://www.nytimes.com/elections/2016/results/district-of-columbia. Odds look good to anyone here? Ask this question to Stone, Manafort, Flynn, and others. More still… much of the exculp evidence is already via the lies, texts, even admissions from numerous participants, documented exculp evidence thanks to multiple FOIA actions filed by JW/Tommy Fitton, ACLJ/Jay Sek, and several others. Too bad Giuliani turned it down before the election. Now, who in Mordor will guarantee the handoff?

      Liked by 2 people

    • v Landrum says:

      How’s about Mark Levin for AG if Barr bails?

      Liked by 1 person

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