Kevin McCarthy Discusses Lack of DOJ Accountability for a Coup Against the President…

House minority Leader Kevin McCarthy appears for an interview with Lou Dobbs to discuss the recent revelations around the exculpatory Papadopoulos transcript and the inference from AG Bill Barr that no legal consequences are likely for the coup attempt.

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113 Responses to Kevin McCarthy Discusses Lack of DOJ Accountability for a Coup Against the President…

  1. Kay Emig says:

    We. Want. An. Arrest. Mask optional.

    Liked by 27 people

  2. tempejeff says:

    Ve vas chust following orders…

    Liked by 3 people

  3. tempejeff says:

    No intent to break any laws…

    Liked by 8 people

    • trnathens says:

      Just asking…are there any prosecutors, or former prosecutors on this board?


      • butch cassidy says:

        Probably not, however there sure are a lot of experts on the economy, mathematics, science, pandemics,and diseases, not to mention the law. I do notice that some appear to lack 2 things, common sense and optimism.


  4. booger71 says:

    No intent…right Bagpipe?

    Liked by 3 people

  5. Jederman says:

    Thanks for the newsflash Kevin. Ummhmm. We sure didn’t expect it. Bondo should be (but no doubt isn’t) ashamed of himself.

    He can live the rest of his days as the DS errand boy and be remembered as the “man” that allowed the worst (depending, I guess, on which side of the curve you’re on) political scandal and only recorded coup attempt in our history to go unpunished.

    I’m sure Mike Flynn respects you to pieces.

    Do we have to put up with this? What say you PT?

    Liked by 5 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      Bondo should but won’t be ashamed as you say, because in his mind he has actually done the job in the manner in which he was expected to by the DS — all bagpipes did was tell Deplorables what they wanted to hear in his Notre Dames speech, yet appease the DS with no prosecutions.

      He’s quite proud of what he’s accomplished. In fact, if P45 doesn’t fire him on 11/4, I wouldn’t be surprised if he resigns, unpressured.

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  6. Zorro says:

    We could have used some of McCarthy’s rhetoric many moons ago from Paulie Numnuts Ryano.

    Liked by 6 people

  7. lettruthspeak says:

    Yeah, let’s all pretend it’s a play. Yeah, a play. Everything coming from the media is a play. EVERYTHING! What the hell. Why even bother anymore? It’s all BS all the time. Just play acting. Why? I guess just to commit more theft and control, and the lazy, pathetic, scardycats are more than happy to accommodate the BS artists, full time employees of the professional liars in our midst.

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  8. Chip Doctor says:

    Barr is just running out the clock. He and his wife are probably meeting with Mueller and his wife for a Bible study and pot luck. I despise these people.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Boots says:

      Barr is just running out the clock
      DING! DING! DING! We have a winner!

      Liked by 7 people

      • Ned Zeppelin says:

        I’m afraid, saddened and disappointed I have to agree with you. Even worse, I worry the Durham “report” will be a great sound and fury, signifying nothing.

        Liked by 1 person

        • fragemall says:

          Everytime I hear that someone is saddened I always think of Tiny Tommy Daschle. There were so many things that saddened poor Tommy. Barf


      • fangdogf says:

        How in the World does Trump pick Sessions and Barr over Guliani? I guess Giuliani would never get past the Democrat and Rino approval.


    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “He and his wife are probably meeting with Mueller and his wife for a Bible study and pot luck”

      Is he going to be wearing his mask and observing the “social distancing guidelines”?

      BTW, if you don’t have long arms, how to you pass the gravy?


  9. Bendix says:

    He won’t do his job, get someone who will.
    Liquidate the entire FBI in the meantime.

    Liked by 12 people

  10. starfcker says:

    It’s McCarthy’s version of Lindsey Graham sternly worded letter. You got it over the finish line, boys. Fat sessions was your savior. But he’s gone the day after the election. Revenge is a dish best served cold.

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  11. MaineCoon says:

    It’s been five years. Nothing is going to be done. Everyone got away with it. No consequences except for those who worked on Trump’s campaign.

    McCarthy can screech. They all can. Bunch of soundbites from both sides. I have no confidence in anyone but President Trump and a few other people.

    Nov. 4th – I want Barr fired.

    Nothing has or will ever be done.

    Liked by 14 people

  12. kleen says:

    Your biggest clue that not much will happen as far as arrests and justice is the fact that all people in the know, the behind the scenes people talking about 2020 election as if it will be normal. None of them consider arrests and the left being exposed by then.

    It’s just election talks and strategy as usual. Not one is saying…. well Trump will win by land slide due to a lot of people on the other side being exposed for their corruption and some being arrested.

    None. All of them still talk as if we will have normal election in November.

    So the Spygate being exposed is not baked in the cake. That tells me, they know nothing will happen.

    Let’s be real, if one them knew Durham was going after the swamp and all the dirt would be exposed how do you think they would view Nov election… Normal?

    The biggest corruption scandal in the world, involving the most high level people in this country and election as usual?

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  13. starfcker says:

    No, Lou. Kevin McCarthy did not say anything “well said”. Complete confidence in AG Barr? Why not tell the truth? You know he’s not going to do anything. Why would he say he has complete confidence in him. Why not press McCarthy on that. Why let him talk out of both sides of his mouth?

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  14. I don’t understand this article Sundance? Barr seems to be saying, to him it looks way worse than simple mistakes and if it is found that laws were broken, then those involved will be brought to justice. What am I missing?

    Liked by 7 people

    • Boots says:

      What am I missing?
      Everything that’s not been done despite full knowledge by those who could do something about it.

      Liked by 2 people

    • H.R. says:

      Joeseph, Bill Barr is going to get to the bottom of this just like Lindsey Graham always gets to the bottom of things.

      That’s what you’re missing.

      Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Someone in a previous thread said that the way Barr talks is very “seductive.”

      That’s a perfect description of Barr, IMHO. He sounds so earnest in his responses, and we all hear (infer) that he will be taking action. He wants us to “hear” that. But there’s usually an “if” inserted in there. IF we find they have broken a law, we will take appropriate actions.

      Again, IMHO, what the AG is not saying directly is that the FBI DOJ CIA people operate under different rules than we do. So there’s slim chance they’ll be found guilty of violating the laws under which they operate. And if by chance they did violate one of THEIR laws, the “appropriate action” more than likely won’t include much if any prison time.

      At least that’s how I’m inferring AG Barr anymore. President Trump said “never again” but I’m curious as to how this same kind of corrupt soft coup will be precluded in the future.

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      • oldumb says:

        I should have refreshed and read your post before posting mine. Yes “IF” they find they broke the law and “IF” they can prove it.
        But I don’t think the FBI, DOJ, CIA work under “laws” – I think they have “rules”.
        Ta da.

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    • oldumb says:

      The part you are missing is the part where AG Barr said, ..”IF, they can prove it”…
      IF they can prove it.
      WTH, IF. I am pretty sure they can prove it. Not IF.

      Liked by 2 people

    • valuethetruth says:

      You are missing the slightly hysterical doom crying that seems to be encouraged here. It’s not part of my DNA either. Unlike some of these Eeyore commenters, I actually watched the video posted above, and there is nothing said that could be stretched into an “inference from AG Bill Barr that no legal consequences are likely”.

      In reality, Barr clearly says he believes the EVIDENCE shows more than “mistakes or sloppiness. There was something much more troubling here, and we’re going to get to the bottom of it. And if people broke the law, and we can establish that with the evidence, they will be prosecuted.”

      It can’t be any plainer that AG Barr is on the job and already believes he has EVIDENCE he can rely on. It’s sad that faithless commenters feel like they need to come here and predict doom and gloom, while insisting that Barr start shooting before his gun is fully loaded.

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      • BitterC says:

        EXACTLY. I find it encouraging that he said what he said tonite. Must mean he has “something” he feels some confidence in, because tomorrow the left will be in full attack mode on him.

        Yesterday, Adam Goldman did some tweeting from the IG report, the parts where Horowitz says he saw no political bias….claims he was re-reading the report. I take this to mean they know trouble is brewing & they are narrative building again

        I worry that full justice will never be served because few laws were actually broken and proving it will be difficult. They will plead incompetence & perhaps Brennan will be (rightfully) scapegoated for misleading the IC. SOMETHING is coming

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “It’s sad that faithless commenters feel like they need to come here and predict doom and gloom, while insisting that Barr start shooting before his gun is fully loaded.”

        We are watching the clock tick away on the Statute Of Limitations.

        “Oops, sorry folks. Yes, crimes were committed, but we could not put the case together before the SOL ran out”.


    • Donzo says:

      Joseph, what you’re missing is deeds. There been plenty of time for Barr to take action on various fronts even while Durham investigates. He’s done nothing to expose the coup. He’s abetted it.


  15. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    Trump should call Barr on the carpet and order him to prosecute this crap. If he refuses, fire him on the spot, declas all the materials and appoint Rudy as acting AG.

    Liked by 7 people

    • freepetta says:

      Excellent advice Mike!

      Liked by 1 person

    • ontoiran says:

      exactly. this is much bigger than just trump


    • slowcobra says:

      Someone please remind me why rudy isn’t on the Pres Trump team anymore? I think he talked a bit too much, but certainly that’s not as bad as (current team) doing nothing. Seems he would surely have done more than barr/sessions (“and don’t call me shirley”).


      • oldumb says:

        Rudy would be viewed as “partisan”. Maybe you are new (/S), but conservatives are not allowed to help/protect each other. That is what the liberals do. So we need to find a magic person that liberals love that will do what we want, but of course anyone that does what we want is not loved by liberals and are disqualified.
        I mean fair is fair.

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    • trump20162024 says:

      And Joe diGenova should be cleaning house at the FBI.


      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        Does he have experience with explosives and a blasting license?
        Architects needed to replace building formerly occupied by FBI HQ.

        That is the kind of “urban renewal” every patriot could agree with!


  16. Alli says:

    Talk about a screw you to our fellow citizens. I agree they are running out the clock and no one will go to jail except maybe one or two scapegoats . End of our precious republic. Lawlessness will prevail if people don’t pay for their egregious attempts at overthrowing our President
    Wonder what Durham will reveal. Is Mifsud dead or in a witness protection program?


  17. Parker Longbaugh says:

    We have all been waiting.
    William Barr has only been the AG since February 14, 2019. That is 14 months.
    He inherited a corrupt department being ran by a coup member named Rod Rosenstein.
    We are finally seeing information being declassified.
    We owe him more time.
    Christopher Wray still has one of the FISA signers, Dana Boente, working for him. That is in your face saying “make me, what are you going to do about it”?
    Barr could be Hercules and he would not have yet moved the entrenched pillars of corruption an inch by now.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Boots says:

      We owe him more time.
      We owe him nothing.

      He owes us, and God, to honor the oath he took to uphold the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
      5 U.S. Code § 3331.Oath of office
      An individual, except the President, elected or appointed to an office of honor or profit in the civil service or uniformed services, shall take the following oath: “I, AB, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.” This section does not affect other oaths required by law.

      (Pub. L. 89–554, Sept. 6, 1966, 80 Stat. 424.)

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  18. Reserved55 says:

    McCarthy speaks politispeak. He says nothing of substance every time I hear him.


    • Strangely Accurate says:

      Reserved 55, he really comes off as a lightweight doesn’t he?

      Liked by 1 person

    • oldumb says:

      His sentence structure is dyslexic. If you listen he starts talking about the administration setting up the relief and then finishes about pig-lousy, making it seem he was saying pig-lousy set up the relief package. He would be the Mis-Speak-of-the-house, if he were In the majority.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Strangely Accurate says:

        He comes off sounding like a dope, I agree.


        • JCM800 says:

          McCarthy resembles his Constituency, he reflects the image of his supporters.
          He’s a go along get along type we’ve all seen before. He’ll only drop that mask when his ambition is threatened.
          He should be wearing his War Face attacking all those who support Illegal Alien Parasite invaders on a daily basis. But he really doesn’t care as long as he gets his.
          If I continue, my post will devolve into obscenities.


  19. Kid Jupiter says:

    Handing the Dems control of the House in 2018 was an enormous blunder by the GOP. But it seems like it was done intentionally.

    Liked by 5 people

    • noswamp says:

      Given that Paul Ryan the RINO was in charge, I could definitely see people correctly say that the House was intentionally given to the Dems.

      Given the retirements and other things going on, including the fact that Trump did not fire all the Obama appointees(on someone’s advice), I would not be surprised if Ryan contributed to the Dems taking back the House.

      I can’t prove it, but it would not surprise me if true.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “and other things going on”

        Oh, like expelling the 45 or so Democrat members of the House connected with the Anwan scandal and forcing those districts to elect new representation?


  20. doofusdawg says:

    Nobody is going to care about Barr or Durham… that’s the plan.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Mike Robinson says:

    Well, in the actual interview I do not find justification for this: “the inference from AG Bill Barr that no legal consequences are likely for the coup attempt.” In his actual statement I see no such thing.”

    I’m sorry, but I see “far too much bias” in this … far too much “Kevin McCarthy being a politician.” Towards the end of this piece, he’s slinging flaming arrows this way and that. I want to say, “wait a minute … wait a minute … let’s check that … whoa there, cowboy, wait a minute …” 🛑 …


  22. fuzzball010 says:

    Lou Dobbs comes across in this video as a lame milquetoast. He seems to be resigned to the idea that there will not be any accountability or justice brought to the perps of the Coup. Maybe he had cold soup for lunch that day.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. 335blues says:

    I guess Fat Bastard Barr is part of the coup attempt.
    Barr has no decency, or honor. In fact, he’s to even much of a man.


  24. 335blues says:

    I guess Fat Bastard Barr is part of the coup attempt.
    Barr has no decency, or honor.
    In fact, he’s not even much of a man.


  25. Kevin Kelly says:

    If the OJ does not give us Justice…we will take Justice in our own hands. You know…From time to time Cold Anger turns Hot and we will do future generations a favor they need not repay.

    ” what country can preserve it’s liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon & pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. It is it’s natural manure.”

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  26. It seems like justice system is only for “elites” to rule and use against the American worker.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. JCM800 says:

    This was posted by an earlier CTH contributor.

    Some of Barr’s history


  28. mg says:

    never a doubt pontoon plane safari fashionista barr is deep state
    from the beginning Trump has failed in many selections and this one will cost us our hope of prosecuting the guilty. So fricking pathetic.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. xsnake ralf says:

    the fix is always in.


  30. The Left is hoping to take Trump out with this CORONA fiasco. Remember Pelosi “Trump will be out one way or the other.” They wont. Expect violence from the Left.

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  31. Ok, so your saying in a roundabout way that no one will ever be held accountable for the most corrupt political operation in US history. So if that’s the case, how about a blanket release with all records clean for ANYONE convicted by the operation. It would be the right thing to do and furthermore pay back all their legal expenses.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Beau Geste says:

      And release (declassify) all the records that are being withheld. There is no reason to protect “sources and methods” like halper, mifsud, ‘azura turk’, $10K plant on papadoc that didn’t work, ALL the strozk-page-pientka-mccabe records, all the weiner laptop obama and hillary emails/records, all the Flynn DOJ/FBI records Barr is withholding, all the FISA records withheld, on and on….

      Liked by 1 person

  32. jus wundrin says:

    Well kevin, as an elected representative of the people, and a house leader, what do you plan on doing about it?

    Liked by 1 person

    • oldumb says:

      What would you suggest? He is NOT law enforcement. He is a congressman, he legislates. He communicated. You expect the wrong thing from the wrong person.

      Liked by 2 people

  33. Hurricane Hunter says:

    Only answer is widespread jury nullifications– feds just are not credible– like maybe even now

    Liked by 1 person

  34. mazziflol says:

    “inference from AG Bill Barr that no legal consequences are likely for the coup attempt”…but, but but….people were just telling me that Barr says nice things and must not be swampy.


  35. candyman says:

    Guess the DOJ learned a few lessons from do nothing scumbag Huber.


  36. rjones99 says:

    For starters, McCarthy was anointed by Ryan and therefore untrustworthy on anything. Why Dobbs interviewed him and not not Nunes is a mysteryZ

    Secondly, all I can say is that if no prosecutions are brought, William Barr is right that his reputation will have been flushed down the toilet. For now, I choose – with no basis and with much evidence saying I shouldn’t – that he is a man of honor who cares for the country.

    I do not think my judgement is better than his but I do believe that if the main actors in this drama are not indicted and prosecuted, the country will be wrecked and the cause of that wreckage will be because Bill Barr was a corrupt crony of a corrupt congress. In that case, I trust his God will hold him accountable.

    The people of this country will NEVER EVER believe that at least two criminal coups were not committed. The country will NEVER EVER believe that illegal spying far surpassing anything done during Watergate occurred. The country will NEVER EVER believe that multiple members oof the Obama Administration were not blatantly corrupt or that they did not commit numerous self-enriching criminal acts.

    So, Mr Bill Barr, you can say anything you would like about your unwillingness to do your job, or your incompetence, or whatever excuse you choose. But there is no question about what happened here, and if you do not do your job you will not only become one of the most despicable people in the history of this United States, you will have cast your lot with fvcking criminals and you will have personally have wrecked our country. I could only ask you, for what purpose? To be a good guy for your friends?

    You think your kids and grandkids would escape the consequences of failing to do the right thing? I do not need to tell you they will not. I do not want to prejudge the outcome here, but if you fail to act I hope you are forever tortured by what you will have done to your descendants. If you do act, if you do the right thing, history will record your greatness. I hope you are choosing wisely.

    One last thing, no one will ever believe you didn’t allow Jeffery Epstein to be murdered. Doing the right thing with these Obama criminals would begin to erase all the people you let down on that one. It rends the heart to think of all the pain those creeps who escaped justice caused to…..innocent children. The ones not too different from your adorable grandkids. Compartmentalizing will only get you so far before your conscience begins to consume you. I the name of these children, if for no other reason, do the right thing with these scum Obama administration criminals. Indict them, prosecute, and imprison them. Heaven is waiting for your choice. Either you have faith or you are completely devoid of it. Don’t be another Jeff Sessions.

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  37. JCM800 says:

    Barr wants more of the same Police State FISA Spying Machine
    He thinks he is above the 4th Amendment.
    What CIA Spook would want to give that up?

    Liked by 1 person

  38. ezgoer says:

    AG Barr would never have been confirmed by the Senate if he was an honest cop who would prosecute the coup conspirators. Why can’t people understand that? Durham is a diversion. In July he will announce he found no criminality and the investigation is closed.

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    • alonzo1956 says:

      I believe Durham will end up getting charges brought against a few people in this fiasco. I don’t think it will amount to much and Obama on down will walk. There are hundreds of people involved in this BS that should get jail time and a few should be locked up for 20+ years. The players at the highest levels should be punished the most due to the damage they have caused. Instead they will spend their millions they received for their desecration of America and our grandchildren will live in an America that is only a word.

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  39. De Oppresso Liber says:

    It’s getting closer to that time for refreshing the Tree of Liberty.

    President Trump will not simply roll over and take this….no way.

    All we need is a LEADER to order us to assemble on the Washington Mall — why not TODAY? Hell, it’s not like we have anything else to do right now…..

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  40. Bogeyfree says:

    The mere suggestion that Durham and Barr’s Investigation may end up a political verdict and not criminal verdict is an insult to all Americans IMO.

    Think about it, if what Sundance writes is true……

    The Highest Attorney in the land who is sworn to uphold the rule of law for all and after all the hard evidence in his possession coupled with all the different “incidents” listed below but yet, can’t find one crime to generate one indictment.

    If that is truly how this turns out then we need to add the this into our every growing buckets of what many are calling shams on this country, it’s citizens and the President.

    Webster defines sham as – Something empty that is purported to be genuine:

    This bucket so far IMO already consists of:
    1) Russia Collusion Sham
    2) Impeachment Sham
    3) CV Modeling and True Death BY CV Count Sham

    Again, how does the AG with all the actual hard evidence (WB testimony, Wiener Laptop, 47 Hammer HD, NSA access to HRC 33K Emails, Mifsud’s phone, full declassification authority to EVERYTHING) that HIS FIB has acquired over the years, not find one lousy crime, not one, worthy of indicting anyone on to date??

    It’s almost impossible IMO but yet this is where this whole thing IMO may end up if Sundance is right.

    1) Uranium One – No Crimes, No Indictments
    2) Hammer 47 Hard Drives – No Crimes, No Indictments
    3) Anwan Brothers – No Crimes, No Indictments
    4) HRC Unsecured Server & 33K Emails – No Crimes, No Indictments
    5) Wiener Laptop Email Contents – No Crimes, No Indictments (outside Wiener)
    6) DNC Server Hack – Alleged Crime, No Indictments
    7) Seth Rich murder – No arrests
    8) Fake Dossier and fraud on FISA Court 4 times – No Crimes, No Indictments
    9) Years of FISA Abuse – No Crimes, No Indictments
    10) Years of FIB Contractor Abuse – No Crimes, No Indictments
    11) Carter Page FISA Leak – No Crime for Leaking (just one count lying)
    12) Numerous other Classified Leaks – No Crimes, No Indictments
    13) Numerous referrals to DOJ – No Crimes, No Indictments
    14) Numerous Agents violating policy – No Crimes, No Indictments
    15) Ukraine WB fraud – No Crimes, No Indictments
    16) Impeachment Fraud and made up narrative by House Leader – No Crimes, No Indictments
    17) Ukraine Money Laundering – No Crimes, No Indictments
    18) Epstein – No Crimes, No indictments
    19. Withholding and then losing exculpatory evidence and records in the General Flynn case as alleged by Sidney Powell.

    I will NEVER quit posting my list until their is equal justice under the law. Because right now it sure looks like their is two tiers of justice.

    One for people inside the FIB/DOJ/Government and one for people outside the DOJ/FIB/Government.

    This is why PT IMO MUST replace AG Barr ASAP and here is the game plan to do it with the stroke of PT’s pen AND it requires NO SENATE Approvals.

    1) Slide Eugene Scalia over from Sec. of Labor to AG (Wasn’t he great at today’s briefing)

    2) Because Sec. Scalia has already gone through the Senate confirmation process for the Sec of Labor position, no additional Senate approvals are needed.

    3) To help AG Scalia, appoint Sidney Powell as WH Justice Czar. (Note Obama appointed 45 Czars during his presidency)

    4) WH Appointees / Czars DO NOT Require Senate Confirmation so both Mr. Scalia and Ms. Powell can start next day if necessary.

    5) In her role as Justice Czar, Sidney works daily with Durham and the US Attorney’s from St. Louis, Pittsburgh and Brooklyn to allow a second set of eyes and to ensure all stones are being turned over.

    6) You provide both Mr. Scalia and Ms. Powell with full declass authority to read and review all unredacted documents related to this coup.

    7) Because of Sidney’s past experience and knowledge of the DOJ and how it should work vs how it has been working, she is perfect to help AG Scalia bring about equal justice and real change within the DOJ and FBI.

    Since when are 2 coups committed on a sitting President not worthy of a single indictment?

    And we wonder why the DS is so embolden. They keep ratcheting it up and it won’t stop IMO until equal justice is carried out.

    The American people want and expect equal justice under the law and NOT some Political verdict.

    If Barr can’t get it done then Mr. President it is time to move on to people who can IMO.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Excellent, Bogey. I was typing while you posted.
      The DOJ is so incompetent it can’t even draft a perjury complaint for evidence tampering? After long ‘study’ by hundreds of IG investigators who say lying is merely “lack of candor under oath”. False affidavits are OK !!! All the scams you carefully note are OK !!!

      But General Flynn NOT lying is criminal !!!

      The DOJ is proving to be a dangerous scam and sham.

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    • 335blues says:

      Add the murder of Phil Haney to your list.

      Liked by 3 people

    • gda53 says:

      “The Highest Attorney in the land….. can’t find one crime to generate one indictment.”

      Might give some thought to retraction of this statement in light of the Barr/Ingraham interview tonight. Did I mishear him, or did he say multiple indictments are coming?

      Perhaps what i’ve said all along, softly, softly, catchee monkee?

      Pretty definitive on the fired IG as well.

      Somethings going on for sure.


  41. randyinrocklin says:

    Coward, RINO McCarthy needs to concentrate on winning back the House and be rid of Pelosi. That is his number one priority right now instead of grandstanding with all of this virus hysteria.


  42. Beau Geste says:

    The DOJ has no difficulty prosecuting people for telling a fib. They prosecuted scooter libby for nothing, martha stewart, General Flynn (even when they believed Flynn was not lying).
    Yet, the coup plotters only are ‘less than candid”.
    The FISA lies, false oaths, and unethical conduct are very easy indictments and avenues for punishment. Very easy to prove. The guy who actually changed the evidence that carter page was a CIA Agent takes about 1-hour to draft an indictment. All the others who phonyed up and swore to the FISA affidavits are EASY indictments, even if the FISA Court tries to protect the liars. All the people who illegally spied on US Citizens (political spying and electronic record spying, and denial of civil rights under color of law) with the 85% illegal “702 unmaskings” are easy indictments. Quite a few people involved in all these criminal behaviors. Squeeze them until they talk. DOJ does this all the time. DOJ did it to General Flynn with no case or evidence, just bankrupting him with legal fees and threats against his family. And in the case of many of the coup/FISA perps, there is plenty of evidence.
    There is something very, very wrong with the DOJ. Barr admits this is the worst political criminality in history, but can’t figure out how to indict anyone? There are outright lies, evidence fraud, perjured oaths, unethical conduct, and Barr can’t figure out any case or discipline? Barr has the entire spy apparatus and can’t figure out the scam? Barr continues to prosecute General Flynn? pfffft.
    (al capone was prosecuted for tax invasion, not murder…good enough, he died in prison)

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    • mac says:

      Sorry, Beau, “Scarface” Al Capone did not die in prison. He only served eight years for tax evasion. He was a free man when he died of syphilis in 1947.

      At least Capone served SOME time. It doesn’t look like the Comey-Brennan-Clapper-McCabe-Strzok-Pientka-Page cabal, along with the rest of the coup plotters, will suffer any legal consequences whatsoever. I’d comment on that fact, except what I would have to say about it would get me banned.


  43. Doug Amos says:

    Nobody has busted Barr’s balls more but there was an exchange of eye contact between President Trump and the AG that spoke a 1000 words. Find it and decide for yourself. President Trump has enlisted some very talented people so far this year; he has more guns than people realize, With regards to the pinhead and lady constipated, the fat lady hasn’t started singing yet. Still betting on President Trump.

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  44. Emel says:

    The clock is ticking, and they appear to running out the clock. Sadly no one is going to jail except for people who helped Trump. The Swamp has been the Swamp for so long, there is no way to drain it. It would have to be blown out of existence and all it’s various tentacles would have to extinguished as well or it would just re-invent itself.


  45. alonzo1956 says:

    America was not founded on a system of justice that lets a crime like this go unpunished. If there are no consequences for this injustice it is sure to happen again, or in this case continue to happen until they drive the President from office one way or another. The coup must stop and the perps must be punished or America as we knew it will vanish.

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  46. SEDeuceTER says:

    On AG Barr supposedly inferring that no legal consequences are likely for the coup attempt, I heard just the opposite. Per William Barr: “He is looking to bring to justice people who were engaged in abuses if he can show that there were criminal violations, that’s what the focus is on. My own view is that we’re not just dealing with mistakes or sloppiness, there’s something far more troubling here. We’re going to get to the bottom of it and if people broke the law and we can establish that with the evidence, they will be prosecuted.” He did everything but say the scum will be prosecuted but, holding to the tradition rarely followed by Marxist Dem prosecutors, he limiting what he says about an ongoing investigation. I also didn’t hear McCarthy infer that there would be no legal consequences for the coup attempt.

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  47. BitterC says:

    Not sure what game Lou is playing, but he wasn’t describing the remarks I heard from Barr.

    Barr’s statement was spot on. He knows what happened with SpyGate/RussiaGate and is also acknowledging that that there very few laws broken. This whole mess has done nothing if not show the need for criminal penalties when law enforcement abuses the NSA database.

    Short of a confession, the coup cabal will never be convicted for what they did. Hopefully, Durham/Barr will be able to at least nail them on lack of candor/perjury & falsifications of documents to the court, etc.

    Treason has a very specific definition and I really don’t see any laws against a soft coup d’etat on our books. Guess our founders never envisioned that the Clintons could operate for 3 decades unimpeded by our laws/politics

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Guess our founders never envisioned that the Clintons could operate for 3 decades unimpeded by our laws/politics”

      That is because they installed their own people in all the places and agencies that mattered. The first thing that WJC did was fire all 94 US Attorneys. One or two that were investigating him regarding activities while he was Governor of Arkansas.

      After WJC, I understand that GWB did not get rid of many Clinton cronies in the “spirit of bipartisanship”. So by the end of the reign of BHO, the putrid festering pustules of corruption that were installed by WJC had 24 years to rot and rise to the top to form the the thick layer of scum in the swamp (aka Washington, DC). The DOJ was the prime candidate for corruption, because then they could operate with impunity.

      And apparently still do.


      • JCM800 says:

        Deplorable Infidel. Accurate Summary.

        Coupled with Corrupt Judiciary. (Lawyers in a Robe)

        Not the Rule of Law
        It”s the Rule of Lawyers.


  48. After president Re-elect November i hope that first Thing president Do Replace Bill Barr,


  49. John-Y128 says:

    Evidently House minority Leader Kevin McCarthy didn’t watch the Ingraham show last night.
    AG Barr said “Durham is hot on the job and it takes a long time to find credible evidence for indictments.”; not to mention the trial(s) and convictions.

    Durham has until July [90 days before the election] to $hit or get off the pot, other wise ‘what difference will it make’? AG Barr has giving a pass to most everyone at the FBI, so that leaves the IC and State Dept.


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