AG Bill Barr Calls The Action of SCO Robert Mueller and DOJ Rod Rosenstein “Abhorrent” and “A Grave Injustice”…

For well over a year we’ve been saying AG Bill Barr’s biggest challenge is not investigating the soft-coup but rather managing through what We The People are already aware of.

With that in mind; and with congress moving to put former DAG Rod Rosenstein and former Special Counsel Robert Mueller under a microscope; it is interesting to note AG Bill Barr recently conceding his two friends were corrupt.  WATCH:

[Transcript] …”Now what happened to the president – and I’ve said this many times – what happened to the president in the 2016 election; and throughout the first two years of his administration was abhorrent. It was a grave injustice and it was unprecedented in American history.”

“The law enforcement and intelligence apparatus of this country were involved in advancing a false and utterly baseless Russian-collusion narrative against the president.”

The proper investigative and prosecutive standards of the Dept of Justice were abused, in my view, in order to reach a particular result.”  ~ (AG Barr, May 18, 2020)

How can AG Barr say the DOJ/FBI conduct during the first two years of the administration “was abhorrent” without specifically implying his two friends, Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein were complicit in the “grave injustice” he outlines?

It is interesting that no media (of any disposition) has ever questioned AG Barr about Rosenstein and Mueller considering his words that outline their behavior as abhorrent.

With that in mind it’s worth revisiting the only case of Russian election interference that was ever brought by Special Counsel Mueller and DAG Rosenstein.  The case that was dropped by the Dept. of Justice, and ignored by media, on March 16, 2020:

Almost everyone who researched the substance behind Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller’s heavily promoted Russian indictments knew the underlying claims were centered on the thinnest of evidence.

A few Facebook memes were used to accuse Russian company Concord LLC of violating FARA and FEC election laws.

In July,2018, Robert Mueller asked a federal judge in Washington for an order that would protect the handover of voluminous evidence to lawyers for Concord Management and Consulting LLC, one of three companies and 13 Russian nationals charged in a February 2018 indictment. They are accused of producing propaganda, posing as U.S. activists and posting political content on social media as so-called trolls to encourage strife in the U.S.

Indeed, to an incurious media, a Russian catering company posting Facebook memes might sound like a good justification for a vast Russian election interference prosecution; however, when Concord & the accused Russians show up in court and request to see the evidence against them, well, the prosecutors might just have a problem.

It was that problem that dogged the Mueller prosecution since 2018.  In March, of this year predictably and finally, the DOJ dropped the nonsense case (full pdf below):

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Here’s the Full Filing:

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The Russia election interference narrative was always a farce. The ridiculous Russian indictments were only created to give some sense of validity to a premise that did not exist; and to allow the Robert Mueller investigation to continue operating when there was never a valid justification for doing so.

This was perhaps the biggest shell game operation, with a non-existent pea, using the DOJ and FBI to give the impression that something nefarious had happened; when factually the ‘Russian Conspiracy Narrative’ was all just one big hoax upon the American people.

The purpose of Robert Mueller was to create something, find anything, that would lead to their political allies being able to remove a sitting president. Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein participated in that hoax for those intents….

This purposeful fraud has yet to be addressed.

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407 Responses to AG Bill Barr Calls The Action of SCO Robert Mueller and DOJ Rod Rosenstein “Abhorrent” and “A Grave Injustice”…

  1. Machiavelli had it right: “the primary object, in practice, of all rulers is to serve their own interest, to maintain their own power and privilege. There are no exceptions.”

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    • Yep, but… we don’t have a dictator for President anymore and I can’t believe any of us here believes President Trump doesn’t hit back harder than he’s been hit.

      If Barr ain’t the guy he will find him, or her…

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      • Human- I was in no way referring to our President Trump!
        I was actually thinking about AG Barr and the rest of the privileged elites who have done so much damage in attempting to preserve their own power.

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        • Yes Sir, I realize that! My comment was in no way inferring that you did. As for your reply, I will fix “elites” for you, though wow have they ever made themselves privileged on our dime!

          Rotten bastards, the lot of them I tell ya!

          But it’s GO time and I truly believe it will all get done as it MUST BE.

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        • The Boss says:

          With each new revelation of likely criminal activity against our President or his administration – especially those of the past month or so which have sunken in to the minds of the locked-down masses – it becomes almost exponentially more difficult for AG Barr to avoid holding people to account. Which takes us back to the beginning of this article.
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          “For well over a year we’ve been saying AG Bill Barr’s biggest challenge is not investigating the soft-coup but rather managing through what We The People are already aware of”.
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          The more we’re aware of, the more likely the AG will act in a manner which does us all proud, including himself.

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          • Don’t worry. Barr will work hard to ensure his club/swamp/institutions are protected. He won’t be able to save all of them (like the FBI murderer that he got free), but he will try.

            I hope President Trump will use the Grenell gambit at some point for the AG post and bring in a bulldog like Grenell and forces the Senate to actually appoint someone who will somewhat do his job, unlike Coates, Wray and Barr.

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      • vikingmom says:

        I understand that Ric Grennell will be available tomorrow once John Ratcliffe is sworn in as DNI…

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      • starfcker says:

        Barr is running out of road. You can hear it in his quivering voice. Time to retire Mr. Barr. Ric Grenell busted this thing wide open, thwarting the best laid plans of mice and men. Game speed is only going to jump from here. Get out of the way. It’s your best option.

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        • Indeed he is. He realized his buddy was busted as a corrupt POS and he’s been knocked to the floor…

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          • mark says:

            Barr has been a road block on justice. The fact that he is conceding this at this stage of the game is no great accomplishment. He has had to come kicking and screaming to this. This is why I’m expecting nothing out of Durham. We are damn near into June and so far no indictments.

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      • Gort says:

        This is what “doing it by the book” looks like. If Barr had made unsubstantiated accusations before the evidence was gathered and the case assembled, he would have left himself open to justifiable criticism of political bias and subverting the rule of law.

        Barr is now setting the stage for a series of conspiracy indictments by Durham. In my humble opinion, that includes the top levels of the intelligence services (Brenna and Clapper), the FBI (Comey, McCabe, and their hatchet men like Strzok, among others), facilitators in the DOJ (necessarily Rosenstein) and some if not all of the Special Counsel’s Office. Although Mueller may make a convincing argument that he mentally unfit to assist in his defense.

        My money says that Durham’s case is going to be a doozie.

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        • BitterC says:

          Exactly…there is gonna be a LOT of crow eating here at the Treehouse

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          • Gort says:

            Yep.

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            • Your Tour Guide says:

              Cautiously hopeful. Aside from the FIB frame up, I’ve been
              following some of the DOJ website indictments/ arrests/ prosecutions
              for the past year. A LOT of progress is being made on drugs/ gangs/
              medical insurance fraud.

              The swamp is being deprived of some of their perpetual money
              chains. Pray that this will continue to happen. Pray that light will
              be shown on other longtime skimming sources that exist.

              Finally, BEN CARSON: are you a follower of the Treehouse?
              HUD is one of the biggest sources of skimmed/ scammed monies
              for decades. Bring some people aboard to look into what’s been
              going on. And, DON’T use the ones that have been there forever.
              Have dealt with them in the past, and it’s, essentially, the dead letter
              office. HUD desperately needs a Grenell type.

              If anyone here knows a way to contact Carson, let me know. I have
              some stories to tell about HUD connected shenanigans at various
              county levels nationwide.

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        • Sherri Young says:

          AG Barr has been consistent in saying that we do not have Rule of Law if law is unequally applied. He would only further degrade the DOJ and Rule of Law in this country if he were to behave in a partisan manner.

          We should recall that several months before he became AG, he wrote an open memo to the DOJ laying out his concerns with the Mueller Special Counsel and how they appeared to be torturing the law. You can find the memo at this link:

          https://www.lawfareblog.com/document-william-barr-memo-obstruction-investigation

          Here he is discussing the memo and his philosophy during his nomination hearing:

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    • Bill Durham says:

      The immortal philosopher Bugus of Bunnyus had it right when commented on the lack of interest in the ruling class prosecuting fellow members—-Thats all folks!
      Theologian Sir William of Belichek had it right when he commented on the pervasiveness of the two tiered justice system- It is what it is…

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      • livefreeordieguy says:

        Sir William also says: “you play the game the way the game is played”… Finally, PDJT is playing by their rules… Maybe there will be “more, folks”….

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    • Correct Seneca. My disturbance is the constant sugar-coated phrase “we can’t ever let this happen to another president again.” To me that means lots of committees and studies resulting in lots of ethics rules and ethics training in the future. No good. Military Tribunals, public executions, life sentences, loss of wealth and property. Those solutions tend to impress the masses.

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      • But we have a FIGHTER in the White House. We should start thinking along those lines and contacting him with our take on all this horse manure.

        This ain’t the old days!

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      • CountryDoc says:

        Yes, as in How can we never let this happen again where the whole fricking country sees all of us with our hands in the FISA cookie jar, pretending to be a gubmint representing the people. We must convince them that we will never let this happen again, but keep our NSA database access, our indulgences, our status and power.

        C’mon Charlie Brown, I was just playing with you. We have to practice this football kickoff. Now this time, I’m serious. I’m gonna hold this football right here and you come kick it as hard as you can… you can trust me.

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    • billybob says:

      And that my friend is why we have Income taxation.

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      I think the quote about changing the system is a nice fit there.

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    • Brian in CA4 says:

      You are right Seneca…that’s why we should elect people who love our constitutional republic…maybe even more than themselves. Obama despised our republic and the Shiite-socialist sought to fundamentally transform it. Someone please tell me how I’m wrong.

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  2. Please stop the 2-tier justice system, AG Barr. Crime is crime. Maybe even mores when it’s our leaders?

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    • Jim in TN says:

      It bugged me that Barr called it two tiered. I see three tiers.

      Those who are above the law. Hillary and many Democrats, but also those Barr has been protecting at the DOJ.

      Those of us subject to the law. This is most of us.

      And those who are being persecuted by the law. It is real easy to be shoved down to this level. Unless you are deemed above the law. Be Republican, be Conservative, stand in the way of the left, be Christian, set up a tea party, etc and you will find yourself in the bowels of the justice system, suffering unjust prosecution, undergoing solitary as a form of torture, and denied all your rights.

      Until he fixes the above the law crap, they will never stop the abuses.

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    • Spot on!

      The reason our government should be held to higher standards is that the damage they cause if they are corrupt is even worse.

      You can go to prison for shouting fire in a movie theater. I’d propose a 100 year sentence for Fauci & Brix shouting “2 million death from virus”. The former does very little damage, Fauci & Brix caused 35 million unemployed, God knows how many suicides.

      But if you want government held accountable, you have to bring someone in a) from the outside and b) someone with a production track record.

      Barr is a) an insider (worked in government, including CIA, for decades) and b) has to my knowledge not a single time brought someone from the government to justice.

      It’s time he gets Grenelled!

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  3. NeverPlantaionBroken says:

    Sticks and stones will break their bones but words will never hurt them.

    Sound and Fury signifying nothing.

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    • adam says:

      I imagine Oprah throwing old VHS tapes to the audience: YOU GET A TRAINING VIDEO AND YOU GET A TRAINING VIDEO! Training videos for EVERYONE!

      Meanwhile our economy is irreparably changed (not ruined … yet), Vote-By-Mail is gaining traction and Biden is allowed to meander around despite EVERYONE knowing he’s not going to be their actual candidate.

      This COVID nonsense has been their most effective disruption, yet – I shudder to think of what will come next.

      I’m thrilled we have Trump but they will stop at nothing to steal this election and in the meantime I feel like his leadership has been somewhat muffled (no pun). Where’s our lion?

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  4. freepetta says:

    To me this whole Russia collusion bs is very Clintonian. Definitely a psychotic Hilldabeast plan from her lib playbook (Saul Alinsky)chronicles.

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  5. TradeBait says:

    Will soon learn if B2 is stealth or just a moth balled WW II vintage clunker.

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  6. CM-TX says:

    They were also desperate to deflect from this:

    (It was about more then just emails… They didn’t want anyone questioning why a certain program was sending voters to polling stations that were NOT the same as the official State locations.) 🤨

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  7. Rj says:

    So seeing the FEC has self castrated itself and the DOJ and the SCO can go after people breaking election laws. why not direct a SC to go after the many who broke laws in the midterms who were fraudulently elected and the grocery list of laws broken ?
    Bagpipes needs to put this country ahead of his “Friendships” with RR and Boston Bobby in the trash and ask GOD which is more important.

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    • Issy says:

      Rj: Easy to say but the whole infrastructure of D.C. is built on connections, friendships and families. It’s been in place for decades. It is just now being made abundantly clear to the public that we don’t count, but their insular life has to be protected or it all comes tumbling down.

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  8. Gerry says:

    Does Barr have the guts to charge Rosenstein and Mueller? His wife and Mueller’s have Bible study together. I wonder if this verse has ever come up?
    Proverbs 29:2 “When the righteous increase, the people rejoice, but when the wicked rule, the people groan.”
    This will be Barr’s test, whether he will do his job.

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  9. Dan Patterson says:

    And the little boy, given a large box of horse manure to stem his cheery optimism,, proceeded to energetically unwrap the gift. Tearing through the ribbons and paper, and into the container rich with droppings. His enthusiasm undaunted he dug merrily into the mess.
    “What are you dong?” asked his stunned mother.
    “I just KNOW there’s a pony in here somewhere!”

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  10. kleen says:

    June is quickly approaching and no one has been charged yet.

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  11. Doppler says:

    We’re going to let Bill Durham do his job and apply a single standard to everyone, but I personally will preempt that investigation on the basis of my own view from the 7th Floor that neither Biden nor Obama committed crimes.

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    • BitterC says:

      He had to say that. Imagine if he had said they were being investigated. Too many Barr bashers keep ignoring the political optics of this operation and the fact the media is running interference

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      • Sherri Young says:

        The Lefties have been howling to have AG Barr impeached. Nanzi and Nadler would gladly do it too if Barr isn’t completely careful. Chuck Todd already showed an edited clip from Catherine Herridge’s interview with Barr. That probably was to stir up the Resistance to start screaming and meme-ing for a Barr impeachment if it looks like there is no way to pull off a win at the polls. Right now, the Dimms are busy shaking down the taxpayers. If they ever go back to work under regular order, the Dimms will have to decide if they are ready to impeach Barr.

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  12. Barr’s statements and Rosenstein being a white (or at least gray) hat are not mutually exclusive. I’m not gonna go full Brian Cates here with a 4D chess angle, but there is still a number of scenarios where Rosy is playing for our side. I’m willing to be open minded for awhile on it.

    Either way, this stuff is starting to get REAL interesting.

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    • lawton says:

      Zero chance – Rosenstein knew the stuff was debunked and that the FISA was a fraud yet appointed the SC and reauthorized that FISA so they could try to find something to take Trump out with. Without Barr coming aboard Rosenstein would have referred that joke Weissmann obstruction theory to Congress for impeachment. Without a crooked Rosenstein there is no SC period.

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      • Brian in CA4 says:

        I don’t know either way, but a crooked Rosenstein could still be turned. Maybe he decided to cut a deal? Maybe his flight on AF1 with the VSGPDJT, where he was shown that “we have it all”, was enough to convince Rosenstien to end the Mueller fraud and cooperate???

        Hannity on TV was devastating tonight and I sense a change in the direction of the wind. I sense that even the globalists are resigned to what’s coming. Indictments this next week or two? Question is who?

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    • Ray says:

      There isn’t. He was the acting AG and could have pulled the plug and revealed it for what it was at anytime. It has served no good purpose of any kind To let this get to this point and to delay it .

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    • Bryan Alexander says:

      There is NO WAY that Rosenstein is a “White Hat”. None.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Puhleeesssse. That comment insults the intelligence of everyone else reading this blog.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Please give us one scenario where Rodentstien is a white hat.

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    • CountryDoc says:

      Even if Rosenstein was a white hat trying to lead others to reveal themselves, to make a Really Big Ugly, and pull in the fish wouldn’t work. He would have lied, made false statements, and many other worse injustices such as entrapment that would have violated principles of the Justice system.

      That is our white hat handicap. We can deceive and lie like the criminals can. At least the way I see it as a non lawyer.

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  13. john says:

    Has anyone seen Mueller in public since the last hearing? I’ve always wondered if his forgetfulness act was indeed an act or if he truly had cognitive issues all along or maybe just at the end. Was he a useful real idiot or was he feigning Alzheimer’s? Wonder if people run into him at restaurants or the country club and report that he’s fine or has become a Biden.

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    • vikingmom says:

      Good question!! I think Biden is definitely in the early stages of dementia but Mueller may (or may NOT) have been doing the “confused” act for self-preservation. The fact that he has not been seen or heard from in a while is very interesting indeed…will they make him the fall guy if he’s too out of it to fight back and defend his name? How convenient would that be for all of the rest of them?

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      • Rj says:

        When the cameras confronted him he left earth and couldn’t find his keys or where he was. His last appearance was proof he sat at home watching cartoons And drooling while the Clinton crime syndicate ran the investigation and his voice while speaking was spot on for going off the deep end.

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      • Gerry says:

        Mueller is taking a page from Mafia boss “The Chin” Gigante who feigned insanity or in Mueller’s case dementia. He was totally pathetic during his Congressional testimony. His favorite response to questioning if it gets that far will be “l don’t remember”.

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        • Amy2 says:

          Oh man I was just gonna go there but couldn’t remember the guy’s name. Thanks!

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        • vikingmom says:

          That is what a lot of people suspect but he could truly be as confused as he actually appeared, in which case everyone from Obama on down will make him the bag man because no judge will sentence him to prison if he actually has dementia…they may have known that when they put him in “charge” of Weissman’s operation?

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    • Mark G Ryan says:

      My 97 year old father has far more cognizance than Mueller showed at the hearing. What a shame and farce.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Biden speech writer…..

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    • CountryDoc says:

      Sometimes I think Biden, Clinton, and Mueller put on an act of or illogical behavior just enough to allow dementia or some form of cognitive impairment to be plausible strategies for defense. They would only have to keep up the act until they were legally free.

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  14. T2020 says:

    Thank you, SD, for shining light on this again. The FBI was never forthcoming in handing over any papers to the accused Russians. In fact, the cost of the “interference” of which they were accused apparently amounted to about $100. Further, Mueller references them in his infamous presser speech as “innocent until proven guilty”, while not giving the President the same courtesy:

    “And at the same time as the grand jury alleged in a separate indictment, a private Russian entity engaged in a social media operation where Russian citizens posed as Americans in order to influence an election. These indictments contain allegations and we are not commenting on the guilt or
    the innocence of any specific defendant. Every defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.”

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  15. Didn’t Americans used believe in the idea that “justice delayed is justice denied”? Please be as assertive as possible dear AG. We need you to fulfill your role and expedite the process of criminals within our government, whether elected or unelected, serving real time and real sentences. Each day the criminal club within our Federal government goes free they damage the functional and law-abiding part of our society more. Dear G-d, help Barr in this process. Give favor to those who love the law. Lord, will You move our stagnant justice system to function again?

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  16. GB Bari says:

    Excuse me, Mr. Barr?

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  17. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    Do I dare to have faith in Barr?

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  18. Chump Change says:

    Blah…blah…blah…call me when the bodies hit the floor.

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  19. bkeyser says:

    I’m not all the way over the fence on Rosenstein. The one part still hanging on to the top rail thinks that it’s possible he was pressured by his mentors to give them what they wanted and he folded like a cheap suit. Though I’m more inclined to think he was in on it, even if not from the start.

    I can remember how I felt watching Mueller testify to Congress and thinking, “this old coot has no idea what was going on in his Counsel.” I no longer believe that though. I think his doddering and ignorance was feigned, because he knew they failed, and he would someday be held to account. The equivalence of prepping an insanity plea.

    I can also remember the myriad of “he’s flipped” stories the media ran regarding every new witness Mueller interviewed. Funny thing is, that does happen, but usually only when there’s something to flip *to*. There wasn’t for RussiaGate.

    But there is now.

    And this is where I think the angry Democrats on Mueller’s team -along with the Comey’s, McCabe’s, Strzok’s, etc. are in real trouble. Barr might not be willing to take out his old buddies, criminally. I do think he’ll allow them to die with forever-tarnished reputations, but I don’t see either Rosenstein or Mueller in cuffs. *Particularly*, if they cooperate with Durham and roll over on guys like Weissmann and Van Grack, among others. Both Mueller and Rosenstein can probably pull off an “I was duped” defense so long as they dime out the line guys who carried out their orders. It’s dishonest. Lacks all integrity, and their careers will be done, but they’ll likely escape formal charges. And people like that -lacking honesty and integrity- are the first to sell out others to save their own hides.

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    • starfcker says:

      There is no such thing as an “I was duped defense.” These are grown men.

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    • Jan says:

      If you think about it, Rosie’s exposures are different than the little group:

      –offering to wear a wire in meetings w/the President;

      –invoking Amendment 25

      –hiring Robert Mueller as special counsel AND not telling ANYONE except Congress

      –3 scope memos to Mueller allowing Weissmann to threaten witnesses & make their lives HELL & ignoring laws broken or stretched by the SC team.

      –signing on to the Third renewal of FISA warrant on Page when he knew there was no “there there”

      –not cooperating w/ Congress on document production as well as fighting FOIA requests

      –threatening Congress member

      Rosenstein didn’t get confirmed until April .2017. It would be useful to see when he transferred to the DC DOJ office…before or after confirmation. What was he working on in 2016?

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    • CountryDoc says:

      Maybe its time to start putting criminal heat on Barr, buddy of half of these traitors. When do we know enough of the truth, to be able to prosecute a trained prosecutor who fails to prosecute unthinkable crimes to our nation, our POTUS, to our rights to privacy, as well a egregious violations of multiple layers of safety from the FBI and DOJ.

      A physician who fails to diagnose and treat due to incompetence is held to a different standard from a physician who grossly deviates from the normal standards of practice and causes harm. If he willfully commits malpractice for his own gain — and causes harm, it becomes criminal.

      At this point, I think Barr has crossed the threshold to where, if he doesn’t pull a rabbit out of his had, we are going to have to assume he is at least impersonating a prosecutor (but he has already shown in his career he has the skills), or he is an enemy.

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  20. TarsTarkas says:

    Barr is trying to install legal mechanisms to prevent a repeat performance by the coup plotters without punishing the coup plotters. It won’t work and he has to be smart enough to know it. Why would the coup plotters fear any new laws and regulations when they weren’t punished for violating existing law? He has to put his corrupt friends and comrades-in-arms in jail or they’ll do it again.

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    • It’s all just speculation until something happens.

      Expectations lead to disappointments.

      Wait and see what actually happens without anxiety has been my plan and it works.

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    • CountryDoc says:

      If he is purposefully trying to not punish the coup plotters, then he is an accomplice. He is a traitor. He has violated his oath to the constitution, and to the president, and to the American people.

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  21. So what’s Bill Barr gonna do about it? Anything???

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  22. jimrockfish says:

    It’s so frustrating because when he makes statements like this, it’s as if he is merely a spectator, not the AG. I know, I know, be patient. Horse feathers and phooey. 😑

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  23. Notice how Barr said “What happened to candidate Trump and during the first TWO years of his presidency was a … blah blah blah”?

    See how he’s deftly declaring that thd entire thing ended A YEAR AGO?

    BS

    It is STILL UNFOLDING, and Barr is covering for the resistence.

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    • Well he won’t cover for long, because PRESIDENT TRUMP.

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      • jahealy says:

        Huh? Didn’t you just write:

        “It’s all just speculation until something happens.

        Expectations lead to disappointments.

        Wait and see what actually happens without anxiety has been my plan and it works.”

        ?

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      • President Trump deserves an AG with sincere intention to clean out the DoJ. Someone who will appoint likeminded people to positions of authority and lead them all in the battle to root out corruption.

        It’s a shame that American voters are unwilling to do the same in Congress.

        I STILL believe that a Convention of the States is necessary to enact the necessary changes that the corrupt DC swamp fights against.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      That coincides with the end of the Mueller probe.

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      • And thereby implies that when the Mueller probe ended, so did the subterfuge and passive-aggressive resistance. Which is all BS, since Pelosi’s sham impeachment lasted long AFTER the Mueller probe ended. (and NOW they’re saying that “Impeachment didn’t end when the Senate acquitted him”)

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        • Sherri Young says:

          I think AG Barr was referring to the acts of sedition at FBI/DOJ. After Mueller, the treachery moved out of Barr’s wheel house.

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          • According to Barr, NOTHING regarding their treachery is “in his wheelhouse” hence: He isnt going to prosecute ANYONE for ObamaGate. SpyGate, FISAGate etc etc etc.

            Barr IS the new “Dirty Cop” using his office to thwart justice.

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  24. nojuanimportante says:

    It may be too late. Alas, the Q plan has never developed. The only hope was to bring this into the light and CTH xx and a few tweet accounts doesn’t get it done.

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  25. Ockham's Phaser says:

    The funny thing is that conventional wisdom holds that …everything a conservative says is a ‘conspiracy theory’ and everything a Liberal says is factual. Until there is at least one indictment, the media doesn’t have to report any of this and therefore it does not exist. This is an immutable symptom of our current culture. Without some kind of public accountability conservative thoughts and opinions are de-legitimized.

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  26. ezgoer says:

    Barr and Durham are slow walking their investigation. It’s already too late. Even if indictments came down this week no trials would begin until AFTER the election. If Trump loses, the new Democrat AG drops all the charges. That was probably Barr’s plan all along.

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  27. Leon Brozyna says:

    An absolutely brilliant move on the part of PDJT would be to issue a presidential pardon to Obama/Biden for the period Jan 2009 to Jan 2017. He can’t lose and they (Obama/Biden) can’t win; he’s forgiving & presidential and when charges are brought for smaller fish and they point to their leaders (bet they do too), no one can say anything. It would be devastating.

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  28. Paul Gallant says:

    “How can AG Barr say the DOJ/FBI conduct during the first two years of the administration “was abhorrent” without specifically implying his two friends, Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein were complicit in the “grave injustice” he outlines?

    It is interesting that no media (of any disposition) has ever questioned AG Barr about Rosenstein and Mueller considering his words that outline their behavior as abhorrent.”

    How come Sharyl Attkisson did not ask him? Seeing how she was spied on by Rosenstein.

    Controlled opposition

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  29. Grog says:

    And the fraud may never be correctly addressed, with the appropriate results of some people going on an extended stay in the graybar hotel, because the endemic rot that is in the foundation of deecee goes far beyond the involvement of these two.

    Very few people on both sides of the aisle have no involvement in the fraud that was the “investigation”, and it goes to the top of the totem pole, which includes obama, the clintons and all their supporters, also mcconnell, rand paul and others. Which is the reason for the “investigation” in the first place, because of the corruption, that’s why hillary went on a rant about all of them going to jail if he wasn’t stopped.

    Granted, this would result in a serious restructuring in the congress, with all the vacant seats, but in some ways that would be a positive . Additionally, as some wags have mentioned, the election later this year is already being interferred with. Advance apologies for the liberal link. https://www.politico.com/news/2020/05/25/donald-trump-rigged-election-talk-fears-274477

    But would the end result of “senior” people in deecee getting sentenced be any worse than what we have now? not from what all of us have been watching for the last four years.

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  30. Margaret Berger says:

    I remember rosey’ s face when Barr was announcing that mueller was a nothing burger. He was dying on that stage. His life was passing before his eyes. Barr bitch slapped him afterwards and said gave him a pithy line to deliver when he was asked by the press at the next meeting what was going thru your mind. Rosey is dirty. Barr knows it.

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  31. prairiedayz says:

    Guess the old friends’ bridge games and bible study between the Muellers and Barrs are now over?…

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  32. billybob says:

    Anybody arrested today?

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  33. Bluejay says:

    Can you have an injustice but no law is being broken?

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  34. toolnut says:

    …”How can AG Barr say the DOJ/FBI conduct during the first two years of the administration “was abhorrent” without specifically implying his two friends, Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein were complicit in the “grave injustice” he outlines?”…

    My guess is he will employ a version of the Mamet principle.

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  35. Putting On Its Shoes says:

    My kingdom for Weissman indictment.

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  36. CNN_sucks says:

    It seems that mueller’s defense is dementia. Well played.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      I read here from someone maybe a year ago that Mr. Mueller frequented some DC drinking establishments during work hours while the “investigation” bearing his name took place. So the dementia could be real, or could be a farce.

      Does he have one of those “Alexa” things at home that could be hacked? Then we could find out for sure.

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    • Barr’s wife and Mueller’s wife are best friends. Barr has been a swamp creature for decades.

      I really don’t understand how anyone would think that he would drain the swamp. He is part of it (Google Barr Ruby Ridge).

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    • CountryDoc says:

      He has never had to play his dementia card. We can’t even get him arrested.

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  37. 4sure says:

    For anyone to be charged with a crime, Barr is correct: All elements of the crime have to be met beyond a reasonable doubt. If there are three elements to a crime, ALL three have to be met. IF Barr is true to his word and follows the law with regards to prosecuting those who have violated criminal laws, we cannot ask for more.

    As he stated, abusing your power, if criminal laws are not violated, is no crime. I am certain we will find many individuals abused their power but broke no criminal laws. They may have violated rules and procedures but no laws. Remember, just about every single person involved in this coup is a lawyer. They know the laws. They have no problem being guilty of abusing their powers.

    I am afraid many will skate and we will never know what elements if any of the law they did not violate: an easy way to cover it all up. In the end, we have to trust Barr and Durham to do the right thing. Unfortunately, many of us have already lost that trust.

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    • Baloney. I call BS.

      We have EVIDENCE of crimes. How about we start with Hillary? It is documented that she had a private server and it is documented that it did have classified emails on it.

      McCabe was referred to for indictments, overwhelming evidence that he lied under oath. DOJ refused to indict.

      End of story. Stop buying the BS.

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      • Thank you for sharing common sense!

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      • 4sure says:

        If you have followed my comments re. Barr or anyone else involved in this coup, you will know that I have never bought the BS.

        What exactly did I state that is BS?

        Let me help you out.

        To be charged with a crime, you have to have proof beyond a reasonable doubt that a person MUST have violated ALL elements of the crime. it’s not a majority of the elements. It’s ALL of them.

        ABUSING your power is NOT a violation of the law. ALL of the perps. are attorneys and know the elements of all the laws. They are expert at skating on the edge and they know what constitutes “beyond a reasonable doubt”.

        Many of them WILL skate.

        We will never know what criminal laws they MAY have violated and what elements they failed to violate or what evidence beyond a reasonable doubt was missing. OUR NOT KNOWING THIS FACT will make it easy to sweep this under the rug.

        BARR and Durham are in charge of this and are the one’s who will have to bring charges. Unless Barr is replaced, he is in charge and calls the shots. So, we have to trust that he does the right thing.

        No doubt crimes were committed and evidence exists for some of the players. But NOT for all. NOT BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT. And no DC jury is going to convict w/o OVERWHELMING evidence. And then, it’s doubtful. And Barr and Durham know this.

        Do I trust Barr to do the right thing? I stated that I did not. If he was going to do the right thing, he would have already fired Wray and some of the coup plotters would have already been charged.

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        • Brian in CA4 says:

          4Sure…you forgot to account for the possibility of a RICO investigation. That would sweep up many of the coupsters who have lawyered up and are hoping to not be noticed. Let’s just wait and see what happens.

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          • 4sure says:

            RICO investigations do not take 3 years unless hundreds are involved in a nationwide or international criminal enterprise. This “ain.t” that. All of the suspects are hiding in plain sight in the DC swamp. Right under Barr’s and Durham’s noses.

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            • gda53 says:

              3 years? You do understand that Barr has been in office less than half that time right? In fact, only 15 months.

              How is it that the Hate-Bill-Barr folks here seem to ignore pertinent facts so easily, I wonder.

              BTW, your last RICO investigation took less than 15 months, did it?

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        • I agree, except that I don’t think they should account for the biases of the DC jury pool in making their “beyond a reasonable doubt” determinations. If they think a conviction could be obtained in Texas, they should bring the indictment.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Treason saith the President of the United States.

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  38. Rileytrips says:

    All this could never have happened without the the complicit, participating media and big tech companies. If THEY are not brought to justice along with criminal (elected and non elected) government officials, this will just continue forever. The media PUSH the propaganda lies and participate in the surveillance state.

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  39. Thomas Raymer says:

    Trump trusts Barr. Barr came out of retirement for a reason. Has anyone ever thought that the best way to keep the bad guys compacient until investigations are at the Grand Jury point would be for Barr to act as if he felt his friends Mueller, Rosenstein and others were just doing their jobs. If Barr had come into his office screaming how corrupt they were and he was going to get him that would have been what they wanted. They would have been able to play if all off as political. This way Barr can be seen as someone who gave them the benifit of doubt but the investigations now show how corrupt these people are. I think Barr was (IS) a White Hat and did not have to come out of retirement for this. Yes he loves the DOJ and FBI but that is good. That means he is pissed at what how they were used and tarnished by these people. I think he fully intends to prosecute them

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    • jeffsn4 says:

      If Barr does anything they are most certainly going to play it off as political and the media will cover for them like always.

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    • Barr was the best that PT could get with a corrupt Senate. Barr helped him out with Mueller, and a little with Flynn, but he is a swamp creature.

      But as the Grenell gambit shows, he may be able to replace him by putting a temporary bulldog in place and the Senate may give him someone he wants rather than a weak compromise.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        Barr’s declas authority does not allow him to become the transparency czar. He can only use that authority to benefit Durham’s and related investigations. The executive order is very clear.

        That executive order also directs a host of people, mostly cabinet secretaries, to cooperate with Barr by making documents, etc. available to him for the stated purpose. Ric Grenell’s “satchel walk” must have fulfilled ODNI’s obligation up to that point.

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    • gunrunner03 says:

      President Trump trusted Jeff Sessions, too. That worked out swell, didn’t it?

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      • gda53 says:

        Let’s ignore the fact that Barr came along and essentially bailed PDJT out of Mueller’s (aka Weinstein’s) clutches shall we. While Sessions did…….what exactly?

        Yeah, just can’t trust that PDJT to pick trustworthy people can you. /s

        Sessions wasn’t disloyal – just out of his depth and essentially clueless to all the shenanigans. He might have been a fine choice if treason/sedition was not being perpetrated while he was preening about getting his dream job. He just froze, like a frightened bunny-rabbit.

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  40. Revelation says:

    “This purposeful fraud has yet to be addressed.”

    This includes Robert Mueller and his “Elmer Befuddled” routine.

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  41. A friend of my summed it this way….

    Right now it’s like a big giant sling shot pulled out to the max we just have to wait for that sling shot to be let loose.😂😂

    The question is who will let it loose.

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  42. Drogers says:

    I’ve not given up on AG Barr … Although I’ll admit to getting a ‘little squishy’ about three weeks ago.

    However he, though numerous interviews, keeps repeating what is essentially the same message. What happened was a travesty, people will be held accountable, there are numerous discrepancies on the things he’s seeing, and that he’s speaking daily w/ U.S. Attorney Durham.

    But I don’t think we’re going to see flurry of indictments that will back up the federal court system for years. I’ll loosely set the over/under at 7.5 on people indicted.

    If I’m wrong I’ll eat a goodly wedge of humble pie but I don’t think so.

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  43. Stern words indeed.

    Maybe he will follow with a very disapproving letter.

    DO YOUR JOB – APPLY JUSTICE TO THE SWAMP NOW

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  44. Barr really thinks we are idiots. We have had PROOF of criminal actions for years. Hillary email is out in the open. Clapper lying under oath is well known. McCabe was referred for indictment because overwhelming evidence, DOJ denied it.

    President Trump needs to find someone OUTSIDE of DC who will apply justice to the swamp.

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  45. lawton says:

    Like I have said before I just get the feeling Barr doesn’t want to nail Rosenstein and you can’t nail McCabe without nailing Rosenstein as McCabe would sing in a second on him unless he was offered a deal as sweet as Wolfe got. We will find out if Barr really will let the chips fall where they may.

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    • It is way bigger than this.

      Barr has been working in the swamp for decades. He worked for the CIA. He worked in the DOJ. He made sure that an FBI murderer wasn’t punished (Google Barr Ruby Ridge). His wife is best friends with Mueller’s wife. He is one of them. Not a rabid Dem, and he does have some good traits, but nevertheless, he is part of the club. He said many times that he sees as one of his main responsibilities to protect the institutions (swamp). He will do as much as he is absolutely forced to, so maybe some low level indictments, but don’t expect much more from him.

      You have to get people outside of the club in. I would love to see Sidney Powell as AG.

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  46. Gracie Garcia says:

    As good as the sunlight is to expose the Swamp Creature corruption to get Barr moving – the most important piece is the toughness of POTUS DJT.
    No one else could have possibly withstood the attacks he has endured. He is like the 101st defending Bastogne. The enemy asks POTUS DJT to surrender. DJT in effect replied, “Nuts!” and held the ground so that reinforcements could arrive, such as Devin Nunes, etc.

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  47. James Urso says:

    Arrest McCabe and he will sing. He already said he isn’t going down alone. All it takes is for one of those arrested to cooperate and point the finger up and the focus changes. Arrest Strzok and Page and they might be willing to talk. Looks like the Obama DOJ and CIA are pointing the finger at Comey and maybe McCabe. Comey has nowhere to turn unless he cuts a deal and implicates Obama/Biden.

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  48. jambo says:

    Hi Bob, faound a great article on trolls for our fake indictments to drive the media narrative.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/apr/02/putin-kremlin-inside-russian-troll-house

    Apparently ’55 Savushkina Street’ is the ‘Internet Research Agency’, how about we get an old staff list and pick a bunch of names from that for our indictments?

    Great idea, just whatever you do, don’t pick anybody with a US company who can take us to court because we literally have nothing if they do.

    Sorry Bob, didn’t catch that but I’ll get right on it.

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  49. Jim in TN says:

    Wasn’t there a second case against Russians? Indictments against real Russian Intelligence Officers who supposedly had done all the hacking? The hacking that Crowdstrike admitted never happened?

    I think that case was transferred to the NSD, to never be heard about ever again.

    It would sure be nice if some of them were sent to confront our corrupt politicized justice system.

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