AG Bill Barr Identifies Antifa Activists as Organizers of National Mob Violence, Looting and Arson…

Earlier today U.S. Attorney Bill Barr made a public statement about the George Floyd killing and the opportunistic mob violence that has taken place over the last three days. Within the statement the attorney general correctly identified Antifa as the primary organizing mob behind the riots, looting and mayhem.

[Transcript] – “The greatness of our nation comes from our commitment to the rule of law.

The outrage of our national community about what happened to George Floyd in Minneapolis is real and legitimate. Accountability for his death must be addressed, and is being addressed, through the regular process of our criminal justice system, both at the state and at the federal level. That system is working and moving at exceptional speed. Already initial charges have been filed. That process continues to move forward. Justice will be served.

Unfortunately, with the rioting that is occurring in many of our cities around the country, the voices of peaceful protest are being hijacked by violent radical elements.

Groups of outside radicals and agitators are exploiting the situation to pursue their own separate and violent agenda.

In many places, it appears the violence is planned, organized, and driven by anarchistic and far left extremists, using Antifa-like tactics, many of whom travel from out of state to promote the violence.

We must have law and order on our streets and in our communities, and it is the responsibility of the local and state leadership, in the first instance, to halt this violence. The Department of Justice (including the FBI, Marshals, ATF, and DEA), and all of our 93 U.S. Attorneys across the country, will support these local efforts and take all action necessary to enforce federal law.

In that regard, it is a federal crime to cross state lines or to use interstate facilities to incite or participate in violent rioting. We will enforce these laws.” (link)

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz said Saturday the majority of the people causing destruction in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul are “outsiders.”

According to Walz, an estimated roughly 80% of the people acting violently and destroying businesses are from outside the state. “Our best estimate right now that I heard is about 20%, is what we think are Minnesotans, and about 80% are outside,” he said.

The governor said he believes Minnesota residents were the catalyst for protests, but that the situation has since evolved and grown violent. (link)  Additionally, the mayor of St. Paul noted that every person arrested last night was from out of town.

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489 Responses to AG Bill Barr Identifies Antifa Activists as Organizers of National Mob Violence, Looting and Arson…

  1. jx says:

    Any outsiders at Minneapolis and St. Paul showed up days after rioting began.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Learning says:

    FWIW, I had to go into NE DC to visit a sick friend I was a little nervous. However. it looked like it normally does. Largely black people going about their business. I saw some women carrying signs and I was like “oh boy protestors… ” But no, the they were putting up Edwards signs for a local election.

    This supports that the riots are the work of a mix of organized activists and hoodlums who want a free TV. The dems are just capitalizing on it. The media goes for the most outrageous pictures but just like with CCP virus most of the world is just the same.

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  3. FPCHmom says:

    Andy Ngo has the mug shots-

    Liked by 6 people

    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I confused that first loser for a meth head. He’s not a meth head. He’s a heroin junkie. lol

      Liked by 2 people

    • sat0422 says:

      They must capture the little seditious creatures and ship them off to the Guantanamo Bay detention center ASAP. No need to waterboard them as we know whose is behind their actions. I doubt a re-education camp would yield any changes to their notion of what is wrong in America. They might even accept a plea bargain to relocate to Afghanistan where they can join that fight against America.

      They are traitors to the USA and have committed crimes against the states and the federal government and millions of good citizens.

      I am sick and tired of waking up to burning buildings and mobs walking neighborhoods robbing people and doing whatever they want.

      One thing is for sure and that is this: white, black and others don’t want or need their kind of help.

      With our courts packed with treasonous judges, they have a lot going for them without having to destroy lives, businesses, and culture. This is one evil that we can control – just do it.


      • Doug Amos says:

        Actually, just capture 1, Soros. Without their pay cheques, they will fade into the darkness they love so much. Enough words Mr A G; arrest Soros or explain, publicly, why you will not.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Jederman says:

          I agree, he has to go but if bondo let the Epstein murder go by merely calling it “suspicious,” it will take more of a righteous patriot to remove the scourge of s0r0s.

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          • ann says:

            Yes; jederman,

            I too am a Deplorable that clings to western civ’s outdated notions of prompt rule of law. , equal standing, and such. ,

            Us old fuddy duddies forget justice was part of the Great Transformation .

            For AG Barr to use “suspicious”, is veering close to blasphemy. a capitol crime In Progressive Law Code,

            I don’t believe Barr could actually get an honest investigation out of the Bureau.

            Epstein’s murder is a “Matter”, not a “Crime”, so says the Loretta Lynch Exemption Principle.

            “Thou shalt not subject thy Overlords and Masters to Commoner Law “.
            In such cases Crimes convert to “Matters” , ⚖️

            bitterly sarc,


        • Eddd888 says:

          You would think so. If phony charges could so easily be drummed up against general Flynn, you’d think that nailing Soros would be a walk in the park. His fingerprints seem to be on everything evil.

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      • Note in Portland, this is catch and release. But I am sure they will turn up for trial or the next looting experience provided they don’t succumb to recreational pharmaceutical use or business negotiation gone bad.

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      • jeffsn4 says:

        You must be new. The Portland PB releases them almost immediately. Head dirtbag Luis Marquez has been arrested multiple times. Last I heard he’s had every single charge dropped. The biggest problem is that we’ve allowed Antifa punks to become Attorneys General of entire states. You know who is the AG of Minnesota? None other than Keith Ellison. Sexual deviant, Antifa supporting Keith Ellison. I fear that it’s too late. The punks are already embedded.

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    • MustangBlues says:

      Thank you. Great to see the mug shots of the perps, lovely group of people, should be very comfortable in a four person bunk room in a federal pen for ferals.

      Also, the group called antifa, are first of all ”ANTI” which means ”against” and added to it ”fa” which means ”Freedom in America”.

      So the antifas are Against Freedom in America.

      Keep that in mind; they are anarchists, nihilists, sentencing should be to a place where they will loved and cared for, like Iran and Cuba.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Mostly all released.

      That’s losing over and over, Portland. You’re just a safe haven for ANTIFA.


  4. DSP2 says:

    Antifa and Soros knows that your flapping lips doesn’t mean shit, Billy BOY. When you spank the child, he learns.

    Liked by 3 people

    • fractionalexponent says:

      Please be careful when you promote “spanking”. I was whipped till I passed out when I was about 4 years old. For years, I was whipped every time the report cards came out. Beat about the head in highschool so hard that it chipped my teeth. Dropped out of highschool. Went into the Navy at 17. In Navy boot camp I had the highest aptitude scores in my company.

      The beatings/whippings made life-long problems, but eventually outgrew them I think.

      76 years old now. A couple quick swats on the bottom no problem, but be careful what you wish for. It brings back years of anger.

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  5. fred5678 says:

    Antifa should have been “unmasked” years ago. Only place I ever heard of this was in Alabama — one city PD made all attendees/protestors/demonstrators take off their masks to be near event. Forgot what the vent was.

    There is NO EXCUSE to wear a mask in public while not minding your own business. Mask + misbehavior = jail.

    Portland, OR is center of this insanity. Calif not far behind, with masked community college “professor” almost killing a bystander with a bicycle lock — got probation only. F’in insane.

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  6. jus wundrin says:

    If they want to know who these leaders are, just watch the vids from unicorn riot. They interview many of them, and reveal, whether intentional or not, what their motivations are, and where they are from.


  7. Yy4u says:

    Thank you word press. Didnt mean to double post but it makes the statement better


  8. dcnnc says:

    Sorry this isn’t related to the topic of this posting, but it’s huge.

    Liked by 17 people

  9. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  10. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  11. theoldgoat says:

    Barr needs to look at who is funding these terrorists. They need to be dealt with as any subversive terror organization, and those funding them need to be brought up on charges as well.

    There are people who are part of the mob who are wearing ear buds, that tells you they are organized and directed. While there are plenty in these groups of rioters (they aren’t protestors at this point) who are in it for the “fun” of destroying things, and looting what they want. The leaders and organizers help point the way and direct the actions.

    Convenient items are staged, like bricks for throwing at windows, as happened in Minnesota. No construction near the pile, no work going on to explain the bricks being there other than it being planned to escalate the violence and mayhem.

    Soros has been said to support these fascist Antifa groups as well as BLM. It is meant to be subversive, disruptive and violent. They know it doesn’t take much to push the black community into riots after incidents like this Floyd case.

    I hope Barr has every effort going to nail the leaders, to declare them terrorists (just ask any of the citizens in these cities that are being targeted with this astroturf movement), and bring them down. Follow the money trail, and confiscate the wealth of the donors, as they are supporting terrorism.

    This is what community organizers do, BTW. Stir unrest, and salt the mobs with people who direct it.

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  12. All Too Much says:

    “interstate facilities”

    Anyone using electronic devises to organize, strategize, and anything else for these riots is toast.
    Cell phones, pads, computers, and the Feds have it all.
    The E in electronic stands for evidence.

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  13. dxb06l says:

    Just leaving this here for the dimwits that have double digit IQ’s. It’s hilarious the narrative 360 by the frauds in the media. When do we get to arrest them for sedition and/or treason? I also find it funny that Pedowood is bailing out White Supremacists. Ha!

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I didn’t open that article but the URL is interesting. “Most” arrested have “Minnesota” addresses? So some are from out-of-state, and I’m guessing “most” don’t have Minneapolis-area addresses but are from elsewhere in the state?


      • dxb06l says:

        The mainstream media engineers, governor, mayor, AG Ellison etc. want people to believe that 80% of the rioters/looters etc. are from out of state as they stated today, and are White Supremacists or KGB agents.
        “Of the 45 people arrested for rioting, unlawful assembly, stolen property, burglary or robbery on May 29 and May 30 so far, 38 had Minnesota addresses, according to publicly available jail records reviewed by FOX 9.”
        “Six had out-of-state address, and one person didn’t have address information listed.”
        City and state officials have repeatedly said over the past day that most rioters are from out of state. Gov. Tim Walz said Saturday morning that as many as 80 percent of the people were outsiders.”

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  14. jx says:

    Check jail intake on the dates of the riots and notice the city of the subject.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Gary Hunt says:

    National Guard should set up a perimeter about 10 miles outside the city then squeeze, arrest everyone who flees.


  16. All Too Much says:

    Cleveland live. Tons of gas, thrown back, antics in gas masks.


  17. MustangBlues says:

    Wow!! So funny, just hilarious.

    Love to see the snarks slink to the so difficult challenge whenever AG Barr is mentioned, to see which one of the cute boys and girls can be first to say, ”bagpipes”, or ”bondo” or ”not holding my breath” or ”wake me up when blah” or ”any indictments today” or ”any arrests today”, or some other snarky poo comment.

    For the AG Barr bashers, Never seems to be much improvement in the snarks, just the same; would that be an indication of intelligence involved in making the snark comments; nah, probably just love the clever groupthink involved in imitating someone else who is so kewl.

    Really, tho, a waste of talent, such humor could be making big bucks on saturday night live.

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    • dilonsfo says:

      The problem is that many have lost all faith in the FBI, ATF, DEA and DOJ attorneys. When you have nothing left you name call. The only other option is somehow restore faith.
      When you watch several nights of anarchy with nothing happening and add to that the obvious favoritism to the wealthy, people in power and those in private sector protecting all of those people…it is very difficult to believe the words of someone claiming to be administering equal justice… even if they may be sincere.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        Barr is actually doing something. He, or the guys he hired, need to find actual crimes to charge people with. They have to build cases. It takes time. You have no rational reason to criticize Barr yet.

        Liked by 6 people

        • dilonsfo says:

          I am not criticizing Barr. I was responding to a comment waiting for people to start name calling. As I said, people have stood by for so long seeing nothing done or what appears as people of power walking away with no charges filed. After awhile, People no longer trust the justice system…that is why the name calling. With all the cities burning, looting, shooting at the police, people being beaten for trying to protect their property or themselves….and the police are told to stand down or use a “light hand” as stated by De Blasio. Normal people are getting very discouraged about how justice is applied.


    • Robert Smith says:

      Barr is moving the ball forward. Things were a lot worse before he came in and, I believe, he’s still sticking to his late spring early-summer timeline.


  18. FPCHmom says:

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  19. free73735 says:

    Insanity: the Dems using the same ole, same ole, playbook, & expect better/ different results. Most American are on to how they function. (My 1st was the WTO riots in Seattle) This time we have an administration & DOJ, Bill Barr imparticular, who will take appropriate action! Appropriate action sometimes doesn’t line up with what others think at the time. However, it will be something that will advance the re-establishment of rule of law, not tit 4 tat back to Hussein!
    The screaming ppl with masks, in stores, chasing out others without a mask, is also Dem activity. The ones in the stores may or may not be “out of state/town” but they are Dem operatives themselves or behind those so doing (local Dem voters).
    (4 those with eyes to see) much of these activities, are acts of Dem/msm desperation of the election, as well as, diversions being created 4 on going/coming DC justice.

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  20. thesavvyinvester says:

    The reason for “Umbrella Man” smashing windows with an Umbrella & a NIOSH mask. Why? To avoid facial recognition, from Drones / UAVs. But, what if the UAV’s also vaccumed all the txt & phone calls, they are ALL exposed: Check this out, we had “Predators” in the air..

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    • bjorn says:

      There is no reason for the umbrella for drones. He has a mask, just wear a hat and the same clothes as everyone else.

      It is more likely he was using something so distinctive as a signal mechanism that was unlikely to be duplicated accidentally. As to who it was for.. take your pick.

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      • litenmaus says:

        bjorn, a couple comments below, Wethepeople has posted a twitter post regarding “holding the line” at the Whitehouse.
        At the .09 mark on the video, there is a masked, coated in black, individual with a black umbrella…..He is at the front of the line, when the Secret Service begins to use their billy clubs….The Umbrella shields him from the down blows of the club.

        If he was at the front of the line with the secret service he is a participant of note…watch the video and watch how, once the retaliation by secret service starts, he turns and quite quickly exits to the back of the crowd…

        I’m gonna place odds that the umbrellas are a signal to ground troops that the individual has status and as such troops are to follow his lead.

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    • guest4ever says:



    • Free Speech says:

      The umbrella is an Antifa thing, I believe to hide them assembling whatever devices of mayhem they have brought in pieces with them. There’s a youtube guy that goes by Lift the Veil who was filming them in San Fran one time, walked up on one holding an umbrella, and they didn’t want to even let him pass on the sidewalk- got very verbally threatening.

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  21. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    It should be pretty simple once you have them in the jail.
    How did you get to this city?
    Where you paid and by whom?
    Where are the buses that were used to transport the thugs?
    Identify who the buses were rented and by whom.?

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  22. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Not good.


  23. Peter says:

    At what point does the future get better if millions of Americans live like jail inmates and prostitutes and elect people who’s morals are as depraved, and these things keep happening? How will the country endure an enemy within?

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  24. CM-TX says:

    Things getting rowdy at the WH…

    So Mr. Big Talker/No Action– what are you actually going to do about it? 🙄
    (Probably serenade them with his bagpipes)


    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Stop with the bagpipes thing. It’s so stupid.

      What do you expect him to do? Go out there and confront the rioters? He’s the AG. Sheesh.

      Liked by 4 people

    • JoeJoe says:

      No matter how you feel about Barr, it is an important thing that he called these Antifa operatives out for who they were. During Obama’s administration, Ferguson protestors were assumed to be regular outraged people and Sanford protests were actively organized by DOJ.

      Barr’s first step is to call out the lawbreakers. Remember, the MN governor and the left wing media (Joy Reid) are already starting the narrative that these violent thugs were “white surpremacists.” They are going to try to blame the riots on Trump and his base (us). Barr’s statement has to be out there to counteract that narrative. I will assume there are plans beyond making statements.

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    • Nigella says:

      The President isn’t there… They should not be allowed to get this close anyway…

      Liked by 1 person

    • Tl Howard says:

      Barr fired Dana Boente today. GOOD NEWS.

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  25. The United States of America has NO “rule of law” since the 0bama coup of 2008!

    Actions have consequences and everything happening now is to be expected!

    Truth matters and Our Constitution matters!

    “No Person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President;” — Article 2 Section 1 Clause 5 of Our Constitution

    The private political Democrat party could NOT have accomplished the coup without the private political Republican party (and the other private parties).

    All three branches of Our government went along as well as Our military and Our militias.

    IF we are to have our Constitutional Republic back, THEN this MUST BE CORRECTED!

    Think about that! Think about what “rule of law” truly is!

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    • listingstarboard says:

      Couldn’t agree more. The “lawlessness” is rampant, and with no one ever being held accountable or paying any kind of price what does anyone expect. Clintons are guilty of many murders and everyone knows it, yet they remain free and millionaires. And they are just one of hundreds of ruling elite that should be rotting in jail–Oh and it was no accident that hundreds of criminals were released from jail just prior to these planned riots/terrorist attacks.

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  26. truthbomb says:

    Is it a coincidence that “wear a mask” Biden and the rest of the lawless Democrats (along with their pet dog Fauci) started a big push to wear MASKS right up to ANTIFA attacking our cities? If everyone is wearing masks, how do you tell who the bad guys are? Democrats are EVIL.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      I had the same thought. It’s just too coincidental.

      And now the worst of the Lefty run cities are *requiring* masks be worn outside even, while many news reports released in the same week saying masks don’t work.

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    • listingstarboard says:

      Is it a coincidence that Democrats did not come back to Washington knowing there were riots scheduled there? Is it a coincidence that the worlds richest man and Trump hater Bezos invested in on-line grocery delivery, PPE products etc. knowing that there may be a world wide pandemic?

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  27. Huffpo opinion on the militarization of local law enforcement. Author takes it back to barry s. in 2012.
    Then blames PDJT.
    Stay away from the comment section.

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  28. spoogels says:

    From Past History: It’s Highly Likely the Groups Behind Today’s Riots are Domestic Terrorists, Revolutionary Communists, US Based Radical Islamist Orgs and Others Related to the Democrat Party

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  29. FTA:

    Barr: “…In that regard, it is a federal crime to cross state lines or to use interstate facilities to incite or participate in violent rioting. We will enforce these laws.”

    Considering that he’s not talking (blowing smoke up our asses) about prosecuting DC insiders, there’s a remote possibility that a FEW, LOWER RUNG Antifa agitators might actually be prosecuted. Provided, of course, that Chris Wray is willing to devote resources to SAVING our Republic, instead of selling it out to the Open Borders/Wall Street peeps like Soros (who FUNDS Antifa)

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    • ann says:

      Hi, Justiceprevail.,

      Thought I’d ask you, as I find your posts levelheaded and informed. Which I am not, except in a theoretical sense, not street smart.

      I’m not an attorney so , please excuse my clumsy wording.

      I agree with Sundance about the danger of more federal overreach. Using federal law could result in more top down encroachment, “power grab”.

      for big donors & top organisers, yes, Im guessing federal prosecution is appropriate,

      But for the rioters, vandals and street level organisers , isnt criminal conduct state law, and dealt with by local & state authorities state not federal government .

      These leftist imayors and governors rhetoric has fueled the anger for 30 years,
      Long on talk and money grabbing, weak on positive solvrions , fixing the root causes of social pathology.

      In my opinion, which could very we,l be naive, local participants are idle, depressed, unemployed marginalised poor people

      I think these prating political leftists should be confronted with the result of their horrid stewardship, On local level, they need to man up and take responsibility. .

      Do you have an opinion on this: federal restraint, best that this is kept on local & state level?

      Just my humble and probably wildly unrealistic opinion. Lol
      Ann ⚖️🇺🇸🦅


      • I believe we are very much on the same page on this.

        IMO, justified concern of federal overreach is what drove the Founders to create a Republic with intentional limits to the powers ceded to the central government. In this vein, the law of “Unintended Consequences” comes to mind. Can you imagine where we would be if Obama’s desire to create a “Civilian National Security Force” had come to fruition?

        And, a large portion of these local protesters ARE just what you say: Idle, disenchanted, frustrated people who refuse to simply accept what they perceive is the problem. They SHOULD handled by state and local authorities in accordance with existing statutes.

        However, the fact remains that there ARE organizations like Antifa who DO operate across state lines and DO use sophisticated methods to incite riots and herd the local “Useful Idiots” into acts of violence.

        I don’t want President Trump (or any President) to mobilize any FEDERALLY CONTROLLED force for use in the streets. If local police can’t handle it, let the Governors mobilize their National Guard units under STATE CONTROL, and let the President facilitate that if requested to do so.

        However, in matters of Antifa, or other similar organizations that operate across State lines and pose a threat to national security, Federal authorities DO have the authority to investigate and intercede. Use undercover agents to infilltrate their organizations, identify their leaders, map out their networks, and FOLLOW THE MONEY. This is what Barr seems to be referring to,, but is he sincere or just paying lip service to the issue?

        With that in mind I’ve noticed that, over the past days, news reports from different localities are specifically mentioning that OUTSIDE AGITATORS, not local protesters, are mostly responsible for the initial acts of violence that sparked more widespread rioting.

        In one report (from Cleveland?) the police blotter revealed that 5 of the 6 people arrested the previous night (for the most egregious acts) were NOT local residents.

        Another (national newscast) made references to the Ferguson riots (which I watched being livestreamed by out-of-state rabble-rousers) and recalled how it was discovered that phony Twitter accounts (originating in Pakistan) were used to divide people and fan the flames.

        How can local, or even State authorities combat THAT, without assistance from the resources available to federal agencies?

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        • ann says:

          Thank you . Let justice.🏛
          I read yesterday your post , and again today.

          What you explain makes solid sense.
          The funders, hi level organizers, backstage connections to powerful national and international interests would require federal resources.

          Whether the Bureau is capable and willing to produce actionable truthful and inclusive investigations & cases is an open question, IMO.
          Law, security, peacekeeping, counterintelligence are not my field. Lol

          A life spent studying human history, group behavior, military science (nontechnical). paleoanthropology, and am a clinician, reader and instructor .
          None of that helped me grasp the hard realities of power.

          Only in the last few years have I understood that authentic, prompt justice, and honest rule of law is the backbone of free civil society. 💡 🌸⚖️

          Apologize for delayed response.

          Had family problem,
          But is gettting resolved 😄

          I now understand . Difficult to be calm and reasoned when our ability to influence is so limited. Very stressful.

          I’ll have time

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  30. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Keep your humor everyone. We’re actually winning, don’t forget that.

    Liked by 3 people

  31. Tl Howard says:

    Time to bring in the wagon and take those little snowflakes to a night in jail. Have mommy and daddy who live in Northern VA come bail out their asses.

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  32. Asciimom says:

    So why not spray paint these protestors with bright blue paint. Later examine tvere drivers license- if youve crossed state lines to protest thats a federal crime


  33. Asciimom says:

    So why not spray paint these protestors with bright blue paint. Later examine tvere drivers license- if youve crossed state lines to protest thats a federal crime

    Liked by 3 people

    • Jason Ross says:

      I think liberals would agree it makes sense to mark these individuals so everyone will know they broke ‘stay at home’ orders and irresponsibly gathered with hundreds of their peers.

      Liked by 2 people

  34. California Joe says:

    …but the Minneapolis medical examiner concluded that Floyd didn’t die from suffocation or asphyxiation, Mr. Barr. A kneelkneeling hold down is a typical technique taught in the police academy to restrain drugged out career criminals like George Floyd who was previously convicted of armed home invasion!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I see that Floyd had been arrested at least once for cocaine possession. I’m wondering if he was a drug user or even an addict. He looked rough for 46.

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  35. s says:

    So glad Barr said it out loud: ANTIFA. They are very well organized , have been posting all over Jack’s Twitter for *years* and should be easy enough to take down once people get serious about it.

    And then take down the corrupt PD’s and the Polticians that enabled them for years in their cities.

    The Time is NOW. In the meantime, how’s this poor woman – and so many just like her- supposed to get food, etc?

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  36. Trent Telenko says:

    I understand from social media that the daughter of the Governor of Minnesota tweeted confidential National Guard position last night?!?

    What the h**l?

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  37. sunnydaze says:

    Admin: any way you can remove that “s” from my comment thingy? Not sure why it’s there, should be ONLY “Sunnydaze”

    If not, I’ll just try to *always* be careful!

    Here’s the vid of that poor woman. Thousands more just like her, I’m sure. Anyway, thankyou AG Barr for calling out ANTIFA by name and for what they are. It’s about time!

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  38. spoogels says:

    “Far-Left Or Anarchists” – Intelligence Reports ID Rioting Protesters; Mostly Locals Arrested

    Update (1705ET): Despite claims by Democratic officials from Minneapolis that “white supremacists” or “foreign actors” are responsible for the violent riots seen across the nation, USAToday reports that Adam Leggat, a former British Army counterterrorism officer who now works as a security consultant specializing in crowd management for the Densus Group, said intelligence reports from his colleagues indicate most of the hard-core protesters in Minneapolis are far-left or anarchists, and that far-right groups have not yet made a significant appearance.

    “The real hard-core guys, this is their job: They’re involved in this struggle, they need protests on the street to give them cover to move in.”

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  39. Are you sure it wasn’t Wray in a Bill Barr suit? It sounds like Wray…


  40. namberak says:

    Hands Up Don’t Shoot v 2.0


  41. Attorney General of Stern Words

    Department of Just Enough Reprimanding Words


  42. If any of them were serious ANTIFA would have been declared a terrorist organization last year the latest. Spare me the BS talk. DO SOMETHING

    Liked by 1 person

    • lolli says:


      I was driving south on 37 from SA to Corpus today, I saw many, many highway patrol heading north. I guess Austin, SA, and Dallas.


  43. CM-TX says:

    PSA: Warning to Antifa…

    “Stay the [bleep] out of Alabama!”

    Liked by 3 people

  44. DezKingston says:

    FBI’s Wray says most domestic terrorism arrests this year involve white supremacy

    Jul 23, 2019 · FBI Director Christopher Wray said Tuesday that the agency has made about 100 domestic terrorism-related
    What’s he talking about ,?
    wtf 200 hundred of these moron white supremacist nation wide .

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  45. Trent Telenko says:

    This is horrible —

    Report: Minnesota governor’s daughter reassures protesters that the National Guard won’t arrive for a while yet
    Posted at 7:00 pm on May 30, 2020 by Brett T.

    Liked by 2 people

  46. MicD says:

    IMO Overtly Arkancided for the desired effect.

    Liked by 1 person

  47. fangdog says:

    The riots would come to an instant halt if the punishment for doing so was worse than the crime. It is a risk/reward proposition and as long as the reward is greater than the risk, this will go on and on.

    We have to get over the PC indoctrination so prevalent today. So what if one of these rioters; regardless race, color or creed gets zapped for wrong doing by; regardless race, color or creed law enforcement. Crime becomes no longer a choice once it is realized crime does not pay.

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  48. Karen says:

    I’m sure I’m not the only person who noticed that as soon as the Flynn stuff came out, Obama started talking again. Now suddenly we have these riots again. I don’t understand it. Everyone has agreed it wasn’t right of the officer to do this. Trump right away said his justice department is on it. The officer has been arrested. Clearly this isn’t about “justice”.
    I’m in St. Louis and I am disgusted this is happening agin.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Pew-Anon says:

      Indeed. What a coincidence riots are instigated by a suspiciously staged and flagrantly racial hit-job exactly when Ratcliffe is confirmed and begins declassifying al the Obama dirt. Right on cue.

      Liked by 5 people

    • beth60497 says:

      I’m in STL too… good friends live 1 block from Ferg PD… also numerous LEO friends.. I am watching the so-far peaceful protests around town today.. Except for that guy that was killed trying to break into a fedex truck on the interstate last night.

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  49. coltlending says:

    2-3 years ago, I saw a right-minded Sheriff at the time give an address to a Fraternal Order of Police event.

    The Sheriff mention Antifa actions.

    The Sheriff said old players in Students for a Democratic Society (SDS-Ayers-Dohrn or types) were also current players in Antifa activity.

    It’s about time these agitators and rioters get arrested en mass and Soros & Ayers get a proctologist’s exam.

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    • ann says:

      I’d thought preventing the fundIing and organising of militant radicals was what we had a counterintelligence division for?

      Is that what it would’ve been before the actual counterintell people were replaced by super wealthy political courtiers?


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