Important Bill Barr Interview Segment With Maria Bartiromo: “This is the closest we have ever come to an organized effort to push a president out of office”…

As Max Ehmann said in 1927 “whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.”  From an important reference point, this quote holds additional meaning when cast against the backdrop of this Bill Barr segment. [More on that later.]

This morning Maria Bartiromo released a previous segment of her interview with AG Bill Barr that was not originally broadcast.  It is a very insightful segment.  AG Barr begins by acknowledging a very key and foundational point: President Donald Trump was indeed targeted by various entities in a concerted effort to remove him from office.  Do not let the importance of just that statement alone sit without its appropriate weight.

Second, another key aspect from the attorney general perspective is highlighted at 03:30 to 03:53 where he notes the role and responsibility of media. The importance of a distinction Barr makes is subtle for most, but for CTH it’s important because of THIS.

I would urge everyone to take the time to watch this segment.

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438 Responses to Important Bill Barr Interview Segment With Maria Bartiromo: “This is the closest we have ever come to an organized effort to push a president out of office”…

  1. sundance says:

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    • nimrodman says:

      Hey, Bill!

      Whaddya mean “closest we have ever come to an organized effort to push a president out of office”

      It IS an organized effort to push a president out of office!

      … and it’s ongoing

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Barr’s key words to avoid bias to JUDGEMENT was saying – ‘he does not know the motivation for their actions’

        they have to come up with a story for the motivation – and it cant be Russia cause he knows their original assertions are FALSE

        meaning checkmate – a pure professional tightening the trap.

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        • sickconservative says:

          I agree with nimrodman but hope for your outcome at this point the left is getting even more crazy everyday, reading Sundance’s inflection points has so much to think about.

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        • Raptors2020 says:

          Nihilism is ascendant in western and American thought.

          Comey the communist wanted to drive Donald Trump from office, to be replaced by Mike Pence? If only someone could ask these people what they had in mind.

          Surely Christians see the Devil at work here? Destruction, for the sake of destruction. Strzok is clearly a sociopath, so proud of doing evil. And Weissmann, and Schiff, and McCabe and..

          Evil exists. Evil is real.

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        • BigTalkers says:

          How about they wanted to win that election by hook or crook, and to their shallow, corrupt minds “the ends justified the means?”

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          • Raptors2020 says:

            Bigtalkers:
            The attack on Trump took off after his election.
            DiGenova says the Steele Dossier was intended to be used in a bogus prosecution of Trump and his people, after Hillary’s landslide victory. Comey and the rest used the dossier to justify a sedition plot.
            To replace Trump with Pence?
            So many questions..

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        • Robert Smith says:

          I agree. Many issues with Barr is he can’t be definitive on these things because he doesn’t want to seem to have prejudged anything.

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        • Mncpo(ret) says:

          Great read on the “trap” set by Barr

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      • kimosaabe says:

        You don’t think he KNOWS that nimrod? You’re the one who needs a clue. HE KNOWS. He’s being somewhat tempered because of all the snakes including the media ready to wreck havoc over every single word he utters. The storm is coming.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          Bill the cleaner Barr is a caloricaly challenged troll who is running out the clock for his pals. The only thing on his mind is a chocolate cream pie.

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          • milktrader says:

            Be nice and less personal please.

            I enjoy your comments on whole.

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          • jello333 says:

            Bill, I’ve had some issues with Barr myself. The biggest was his part in the Ruby Ridge murders… I admit I haven’t closely studied Barr’s role, but even if it was only minor, even if it was only part of the “cover up” aspect, that’s still a huge negative for Barr or anyone else involved. I was still very much a Dem and leftie at that point, but even I could see how disgusting Ruby Ridge, not to mention Waco, was. So I’m willing to admit that’s a big hurdle to get over when it comes to trusting Barr.

            HOWEVER, since he’s been involved with Trump, I see mostly good. Yes I agree that much of what he’s doing seems like he’s NOT doing, or at least it’s in super slo-mo. But we don’t really KNOW what’s going on. And you gotta admit, he’s done a few things that a “cleaner” would surely NOT do. And sometimes he even seems passionate about things we care about. Nobody is forcing him to say a lot of what he’s been saying recently… he’s not stupid, he sure doesn’t seem easily pushed around, and yet here he is saying things that sound for all the world like he’s about to make some BIG moves that take down a lot of the bad guys.

            Of course we still don’t know where we’re gonna end up. I could be totally wrong. But so could you. But from what I’ve seen of you, I can predict that IF you wind up being wrong about Barr, you will be HAPPY you were… in other words, we’re all on the same side. 🙂

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          • Robert Smith says:

            Bill Barr has said many things he hasn’t needed to say if he was going to do nothing. And I don’t buy that he is saying some of these things to string us along because, truthfully, we don’t matter in anyone’s chess moves.

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            • Bill Durham says:

              He is playing to an audience of one. Potus.

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              • Linus in W.PA. says:

                Well, POTUS is no dum bass, so, I still have faith in Barr.

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                • According to Tom Fitton from Judicial Watch, he is not aware of any of the main Russia Hoax co-conspirators being brought before a grand jury to testify under oath. I believe Tom over any of the corrupt FBI/DOJ bureaucrats in the Trump Administration who have continued to stonewall this criminal investigation. Wise up everyone: 28 days left until the DOJ 90-day “no interference in the election” rule kicks in.

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                • Linus in W.PA. says:

                  Barr already said that there’s no subject person who’s running for office, so we may see that ‘soft deadline’ not come into effect.

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      • Phil says:

        Okay, so Mr Barr, when are you going to actually do something about this, as opposed to talking about it in grave tones? Some time before Nov. 3rd would be kinda’ helpful

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      • freepetta says:

        I can’t think of a better case for the RICO Statute. This co-ordinated organized effort by Obozo, Biden, Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Page, Brennan, Clapper, Hillary 🐷 etc etc etc is no different then Mafiosi.

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        • BitterC says:

          As Barr said, there were different motivations for different people.

          They all hate Trump & want him gone. They all did what they could from their little fiefdoms. I am not sure there was, or could ever be proved, a grand conspiracy between the FBI, DOJ, CIA, State Dept and whoever else to mount a coup.

          They didn’t really need to co-ordinate their actions. But, we will see. The FBI small group might qualify as a conspiracy, yet I imagine those words were left unsaid

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          • lisabrqwc says:

            Does Valerie Jarrett still live in Obamanation’s basement? For the life of me, all this time since the inauguration, I’ve pictured her in his basement with headphones on, in front of a big bank of monitors, calling all the shots.

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          • freepetta says:

            Nice post BitterC. We will see how this case shakes out. 💁🏻‍♀️

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        Durham’s investigation is still ongoing, too. What Bill Barr did 𝘯𝘰𝘵 want to discuss may be as telling as what he did discuss.

        I’m hoping the SCOTUS dismissal that allows the federal death penalty to at least have the hair on coup plotters’ heads standing on end.

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    • raykwatts says:

      Either he corrects Rosenstein’s choice or he is a swamp viper. There are no other choices.

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      Thank you sundance for linking your February 2020 post…
      Somehow I missed it then. It ties a lot together, connecting what was known then
      to what is known now…

      Makes me wonder if AG Barr was given a last chance to do the right thing
      before the President uses his power and declassifies…
      When did the President tweet “I’ve got them all !
      (or something similar to that effect) Anyone remember?
      Was it before or after he authorized AG Barr to declassify?

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      • BitterC says:

        Many people seem to be confusing Barr’s powers to declassify with making those things public.

        Barr is using those powers to run an investigation. We will have to wait for the indictments or trials to see the info I would guess

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        • Sharpshorts says:

          I might be one the many people who are wanting to see declassification made public.
          Those that have been made public, albeit with the redacted/blacked out portions
          and then released again with “fewer” blacked out parts are particularly problematic to me.

          On the other hand, I do hope you are correct that “Barr is using those powers to run an investigation” and that those investigations could be hindered if made public.

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  2. justaguynamedbob says:

    No duh! Fix it already!

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  3. Ausonius says:

    Okay, so…

    NOW WHAT?

    None of this will get people on the fence or on the other side to vote for President Trump. Our impatient, frustrated outrage at the lack of justice does not produce votes, as far as I can see.

    Am I missing something? How does this convince our opponents or a non-voter who pays no attention (like my brother-in-law, who complains about Leftists and gives lip service in favor of the president, but who is terrified of registering to vote because he hates government forms and connections of any kind) to VOTE FOR TRUMP?

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    • El Torito says:

      Barry has nothing to do with the Trump campaign.

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    • fionnagh says:

      Respectfully, as I’ve posted before, do the Alinsky thing:) Pick your target and make it personal. With regard to your brother-in-law, what keeps him up at night? What does he fear that would change his life and not for the better? Reach into SD’s arsenal for the arguments specific to your brother-in-law’s situation. Go to Biden’s/the Dems web sites for their stand on different issues.

      Keeping on track with just one argument, with one person, is all I can handle. When I go off on friends/family, i start getting incoherent because, yes, I am frustrated too. And the frustration clouds my thoughts and then they stop listening to me.

      Most people aren’t into bettering the world. They’re just trying to better their own lives. So what has Biden/Dems said they will do, if elected, that would definitely be destructive to your brother-in-law and his family? (Raising taxes always gets attention…)

      Last, I have found that many people resent my knowledge. So I always emphasize “don’t take my word for this. Look it up on _________. That’s where I stumbled on the info.”
      In that way, they don’t feel like YOU told them what to do. They’ll feel like they figured it out for themselves.

      Sorry if there’s too much amateur psychology here. But, hey, that’s the Alinsky way, and sad to say, the technique is working. Two millennials for Trump in a week. Not bad:)

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      • Ausonius says:

        We are still working on him: he is wiling to have TRUMP 2020 signs in his yard. We shall see if we can get him to vote!

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      • Tl Howard says:

        When it comes to this king of corruption, the way to success is to make it personal: “They thought you and I were too stupid to know what they were doing, that’s why they were so bold. Obama and his people knew that the NY-DC media would NEVER criticize him for anything but tiny things so it was unthinkable to them he’d be ThIS corrupt …and so he fooled most of them too.”

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        “Go to Biden’s/the Dems web sites for their stand on different issues.” I love that wise advice! We must know, in detail, what we are fighting against if we are to win the battle for…“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” Sun Tzu; The Art of War

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    • powderdayrules says:

      Tell your brother-in-law only voters have the right to complain. Is he a man or a mouse?

      Liked by 3 people

    • Peppurr says:

      You might want to tell your brother-in-law that voting is one of the few rights we have left and should not be wasted. Can he not see what Congress is doing these days? With a Democrat President, it will be even worse.

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  4. justaguynamedbob says:

    Praying that the “tribunals” will begin soon.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Vera says:

      Grow up.
      Military Tribunals are not applicable.

      Liked by 2 people

      • justaguynamedbob says:

        Not all tribunals are conducted by the military. Who asked you troll in China.

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        • Vera says:

          ‘Who asked you troll in China.”

          A legal tribunal not conducted by the military or as an internal departmental procedure is otherwise known as a “civilian Court”……. if you think any of the perps in this matter will be tried in any other way than a civilian Court, your info is low. :-))

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          • justaguynamedbob says:

            Read our current Constitution here in the USA. Look into Article III tribunals (Civilian). Your are welcome you China troll, trying to quench optimism here in the USA. oXoX

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            • Vera says:

              “if you think any of the perps in this matter will be tried in any other way than a civilian Court, your info is low. :-))”

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              • justaguynamedbob says:

                Again, there is such a thing as CIVILIAN TRIBUNALS. LOOK it up. If you BEG I will give you examples BUT I would rather you look it up for yourself.

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                • Vera says:

                  Again….“if you think any of the perps in this matter will be tried in any other way than a civilian Court, your info is low. :-))”

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      • justaguynamedbob says:

        Not only will we pray but we will also SING WORSHIP SONGS for this petition to the Supreme Court of Heaven.

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        • ezpz2 says:

          But donchaknow that singing in a church or in prayer is a super covid spreader?? The *science* tells us so. 🙄

          The same *science* also tells us that screaming at a protest or riot and spitting on police officers- no problem howsoever — cuz that’s a righteous cause.

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      • freepetta says:

        No fighting please. If I wanted to fight I would have stayed married. 💁🏻‍♀️

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      • MelH says:

        Vera, what has that got to do with growing up?Justaguynamedbob and i can’t be the only 2 here who don’t know details about Military Tribunals and only know they have been mentioned here because there are so MANY perps and trying them all at once would make it practical. I assume you have reason to know WHY they are not appropriate. Please share.

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        • Vera says:

          You don’t seem to have any understanding of how the US legal system works.
          Yo all got carried away with the possibility of Military Tribunals at Gitmo and haven’t recovered sufficiently.
          I don’t know how to put it more simply, MTs are simply not applicable to US citizens for the nature of crimes discussed. MTs are not used for the vacuous reason that “MANY perps and trying them all at once would make it practical”. Convenience is not a reason to used MTs.

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          • MelH says:

            How the US legal system works is not a topic known to most people who never had a reason to challenge it. Why are you so snarky about it, rather than just saying why Military Tribunal is inappropriate for the situation at hand?

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            • Vera says:

              I did, you didn’t seem to get / understand that. When you don’t understand and now you do, better just say “thanks”.

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          • justaguynamedbob says:

            Sincerely, look it up and you will find that CIVILIAN tribunals are possible and actually have occurred in the past, present and future. You don’t have to be an attorney to know.

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        Why do you think they are not applicable? Treasonous or seditious acts are national security threats, not just criminal acts. As we are seeing almost daily civilian citizens can be enemy combatants directly, indirectly; knowingly or unknowingly aiding our enemies – over which our military has jurisdiction.

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        • Vera says:

          If you want to bet on whether MTs are used instead of a normal Court maybe Sundance will hold both of our $1000 bets? You’ve been watching too much tv drama, not one of these perps will ever be charged with treason.

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          • ms doodlebug says:

            I also doubt there will be charges of treason. That does not change the fact that military tribunals are applicable to coup attempts that threaten national security.

            Other than that, I think you need to blow your nose. Snottiness is not acceptable or appropriate.

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    • freepetta says:

      Televised hangings. 💩 I’d pay to see it on Pay per View.

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  5. Vera says:

    “This is the closest we have ever come to an organised effort to push a president out of office”…

    Yeah, quite Bill.
    Now what are you going to do about it other than some pleas and “process” error “crimes”.
    You’re establishment DC, nothing is more important to you than preserving that, you believe we can’t do without them, you believe corruption should be fixed / obfuscated undercover, internally.

    So what’s going to really happen? Not much Bill.

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  6. FreyFelipe says:

    ““This is the closest we have ever come to an organized effort to push a president out of office”…”

    Closest? Like it wasn’t actually an organized effort to push a president out of office, just the closest to an organized effort to push a president out of office? That could be not very close at all, just closer than any other time. Even when he is at his strongest, Barr is so weak.

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    • NJMAGA says:

      Can you imagine the Attorney General going on a news program calmly talking about an actual coup attempt of the sitting POTUS without any urgency to do something. He’s disconnected and praying for a Biden win that’s for sure.

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        It’s reassuring to see our Attorney General going on a news program and calmly talking about an actual coup attempt when he knows who is involved and when and what will happen next.

        The only ones praying for a Biden win are the ones with the most to lose when President Trump is re-elected.

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    • Amy2 says:

      I think he means they didn’t succeed.

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    • cdquarles says:

      We have had one of those before. So much of what the general public thinks happened in 1973 just isn’t so. For another side of that story, see Geoff Sheppard.

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  7. lgstarr says:

    I’m starting to give up any hope for any accountability 😦

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  8. guru1966 says:

    My great hope is that President Trump and his team (Barr, Durham, etc) are carefully laying the groundwork for all of the corruption to hit the fan bigly at the moment that will provide the most impact on the November elections. Closely followed by prosecutions.

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    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      If The Donald isn’t already holding The Rook to be played to not only win the game but to end then game then he is really in trouble. They will ruin the man and his family…. and we go down with him in due time.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Yes, if they don’t get him while in office they will come around for him whenever Trump is out of Office.

        They will do this to cover that the many coup attempts were baseless.

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        Rasmussen polling: 𝘛𝘸𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘺 𝘱𝘦𝘳𝘤𝘦𝘯𝘵 (20%) 𝘰𝘧 𝘷𝘰𝘵𝘦𝘳𝘴 𝘪𝘯 𝘩𝘪𝘴 𝘰𝘸𝘯 𝘱𝘢𝘳𝘵𝘺 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘬 𝘉𝘪𝘥𝘦𝘯 𝘩𝘢𝘴 𝘥𝘦𝘮𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘪𝘢. But that compares to 66% of Republicans and 30% of voters not affiliated with either major party.” Does anyone believe these voters will vote for a man they believe has dementia?

        “54% of Likely Democratic Voters are satisfied with Biden as the Democrats’ 2020 nominee. 𝘛𝘸𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘺-𝘦𝘪𝘨𝘩𝘵 𝘱𝘦𝘳𝘤𝘦𝘯𝘵 (28%) 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘬 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘱𝘢𝘳𝘵𝘺 𝘴𝘩𝘰𝘶𝘭𝘥 𝘧𝘪𝘯𝘥 𝘴𝘰𝘮𝘦𝘰𝘯𝘦 𝘦𝘭𝘴𝘦 𝘵𝘰 𝘣𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘪𝘳 𝘯𝘰𝘮𝘪𝘯𝘦𝘦, while another 18% are undecided.” “Ninety-two percent (92%) of Democrats, however, think it’s likely Biden will be the Democratic presidential nominee in 2020.”

        I don’t see how democrats think Biden will be elected, which leads me to believe he will not be their nominee. The longer they can keep their nominee unknown, the less time PDJT has to plan his strategy.

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    • lynnarie says:

      The waiting is killing me, but it sure would be nice if we had an “October Surprise” that goes our way for once!

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  9. Sporty says:

    It’s not close to an effort, it’s an organized coup which should be put down immediately with prejudice. How Freekin hard is that to say?

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    • FreyFelipe says:

      Apparently for weak kneed Barr, impossible.

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      • kimosaabe says:

        Frey must think of himself a a real tough guy. I’m thinking nobody anywhere does.

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        • FreyFelipe says:

          To call Barr weak kneed simply requires observation. That’s it. Rather like calling Biden mentally failing. One doesn’t have to be tough, just not deaf and blind.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Not possible with the corruption of both parties in DC right now.

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    • BitterC says:

      Be really easy to say, but it won’t help making cases against anybody. In fact, it would hurt any chance of prosecutions.

      The only way he can put it down is by putting together an air tight case

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      • dr D says:

        I don’t know why it’s so hard for some people to understand that Barr can’t say everything he knows and wants to say, right now. It doesn’t mean nothing is going to happen.

        Seems to me he has no incentive to go on shows like Maria B’s and say what he is saying, if he intended to sweep it under a rug. I can’t see any incentive in him taking the job in the first place, if he intended to do so – he could easily let some younger deep state weasel (there are probably plenty of Christopher Wray’s around) do the under rug sweeping.

        What does make sense to me, is that this is possibly the biggest political scandal in US history and the wheels of justice are grinding even more slowly than usual due to Barr, Durham, et al., fighting against intense deep state resistance, Covid (making grand jury difficult), etc.

        Unlike many here, I am not a prophet, I can’t see the future, I can’t read Barr’s mind and I’m not going to judge him as deep state because he worked for Bush Sr. 30 years ago (he also worked for Reagan).

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    • ms doodlebug says:

      Have you ever heard ‘easier to say than to do’?

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  10. rmramerica says:

    This is several weeks old. Stale. Yes, we are watching, but nothing happening. Fingers crossed, just not very hopeful. Been there, done that…

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    • meow4me2 says:

      Several positions changed hands as of July 3rd, including that SDNY DOJ Berman guy. Funny how his position changes and suddenly Ghislaine Maxwell gets arrested.

      Anyway, it seems like these position changes could be setting up for something. Hopefully, it’s something big. Removing the blockers.

      It’s just curious how many changed as of July 3rd. Is it a government thing? Bonus or contract rules? Or does it portend what we’re all hoping for, real accountability?

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    • ms doodlebug says:

      Neither you or others criticizing AG Barr have “Been there, done that” as U.S. Attorney General. None of us know yet what is happening behind the scene.

      We do know that AG Barr very openly and very confidently states that a coup has been attempted. He’s not sweeping it under the rug.

      We know, too, that certain people are trying to keep him from going public with it. Why? In the words of Barack Obama: “𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘰𝘯𝘭𝘺 𝘱𝘦𝘰𝘱𝘭𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘥𝘰𝘯’𝘵 𝘸𝘢𝘯𝘵 𝘵𝘰 𝘥𝘪𝘴𝘤𝘭𝘰𝘴𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘵𝘳𝘶𝘵𝘩, 𝘢𝘳𝘦 𝘱𝘦𝘰𝘱𝘭𝘦 𝘸𝘪𝘵𝘩 𝘴𝘰𝘮𝘦𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘵𝘰 𝘩𝘪𝘥𝘦.”

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  11. FreyFelipe says:

    Barr: “This is the closest we have ever come to an organized effort to push a president out of office”

    This is like saying about 9/11/2001, “This is the closest we have ever come to an organized effort to attack the Twin Towers”.

    This is beyond subdued understatement. This is idiocy.

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    • kimosaabe says:

      Wrong, Einstein. Barr knows EXACTLY what happened and has only tempered his words to keep the Deep State/Democrats/Haters/Media hounds at bay until the storm comes. Which makes your comment idiocy. Glad I could be of help.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Not a real good analogy, IMHO.
      The Twin Towers WERE knocked down.
      President Trump has NOT been removed.
      The Shampeachment came the closest to removing him, but failed.
      IMHO that is to what AG Barr was referring in that statement.

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      • Linus in W.PA. says:

        Yes, that’s how I read his statements.

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        • dr D says:

          I think that’s how people with an open mind who don’t have an irrational loathing of Barr, would read those comments. I say irrational because until this is all over, NO ONE knows how this is going to play out.

          The cynics here are only ASSUMING Barr and Durham aren’t going to do the right thing. Some of us choose to be patient and give them the benefit of the doubt until the investigation is complete.

          Hating on Barr and Durham at this stage is like someone hating their team and yelling that they’re going to lose when they’re tied in the 3rd quarter (or 7th inning..). I’m not like that.

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  12. terry says:

    I find it interesting that Barr declines comment on whether Comey and McCabe knew the dossier was bogus in January 2017.

    I’m no lawyer but here’s my simple read of that.

    He knows Comey and McCabe are going to be indicted and does not want to taint a jury or show bias in any way.

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    • barnabusduke says:

      Gave me a tad of hope also. We’ll see…

      Liked by 7 people

      • WhiteBoard says:

        here is your solid hope.

        the fact Barr makes extreme efforts to not sabotage the prosecution with his bias – shows you he is going for the throat.

        Liked by 18 people

        • 4EDouglas says:

          This is my take too -people think he and Durham are doing nothing. they’ve had a box of snakes dumped in their laps and they have to deal with every one of them..
          The evidence has to be ironclad. No other way. and this takes ime.

          Liked by 8 people

        • jello333 says:

          Absolutely. In what should have been one of the most open-and-shut cases in history, a really smart guy named Richard Nixon nearly blew it for the prosecution.

          Liked by 2 people

          • daveokc says:

            It WAS an open and shut case. Nixon’s comments were less than a minor speed bump. The anti-Nixon media tried to blame him for a potential mistrial but the judge in the case was having none of it. He polled the jury, etc. and basically they all just shrugged their shoulders and continued the trial. No appeals based on Nixon’s comments were ever successful.

            Nixon gets unfair treatment by media almost half a century later. I never miss a chance to set the record straight and try to defend him.

            I hope 50 years from now some Americans are willing to stick up for Trump.

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        • kimosaabe says:

          That fact flies right over the head of the many haters here in the Treehouse that feel by running Barr down it makes them feel somehow insightful, important and intelligent.

          Liked by 2 people

    • Chewbarkah says:

      Barr uses roundabout language to avoid giving the Dems sticks to beat him with, and to make sure he doesn’t provide excuses to claim prejudice in appeals. “I decline to comment on a pending matter” means “hell yes”. “I’ve seen no evidence to indicate that” would mean no.

      Liked by 13 people

    • freepetta says:

      Absolutely terry. That’s the way real justice is handled

      Liked by 1 person

    • jello333 says:

      Agreed. We all would love to see Barr go out there and say “They’re all traitors, it’s plain to see! These people should rot in prison for the rest of their lives!” But UNTIL he’s ready to indict, to literally have the accusations laid out in black and white, in official legal documents, for the whole world to see… the guy has to be REAL careful what he says.

      So in my opinion, THE MORE CAREFUL HE IS WITH HIS WORDS, THE BETTER.

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  13. The Boss says:

    The last minute also deals with the media and its talking heads “driving a [disinformation] narrative with others who were driving the narrative as well”. Sure is a long-winded but carefully-worded phrase which says criminal conspiracy without saying it.

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  14. TarsTarkas says:

    The big question is of course whether Barr will do anything effective about it. If he even wants to. He’d better, for his own sake, because the mob wants his blood for having thwarted their plans and exposing (to the degree that he has) their lawlessness and corruption. Otherwise the November elections IMO will end in a real coup and we’re going to have DeMentia Joe’s VP and her handlers meting out revenge.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I have long thought that the election results do not depend on whether or not there are indictments or perp walks, BEFORE the election.

      IF the ‘official results’ show Biden as the winner, it can only be as a result of massive, and blatantly obvious ballot fraud.

      If that happens, it won’t be Dementia Joes VP and his handlers meting out revenge. They will be hanging from DC lamposts, along with 99% of Congress and their staffs.

      Liked by 2 people

      • 2013gti says:

        Yep, I agree.

        Liked by 2 people

      • jello333 says:

        Yeah, it is gonna be really, really bad. And it’s the only situation I can think of where Trump supporters would totally ignore whatever he had to say. “Please stay calm, please don’t take the law into your own hands. I know you’re angry, but we don’t want a civil war.” And a whole lot of Trump supporters (and I suspect even many fence-sitters) will be like, “Sorry Don… it’s our turn now.”

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        • Dutchman says:

          WE may need to reverse rolls, and “get in the way” as in they are after US, DJT is just in their way.

          With confrontation becoming more and more inevitable, it might be time, if you haven’t, to start thinking about ;
          WHAT is your own, personal ‘red line’, and WHAT are you prepared to do, if its crossed.

          It may be something that catches us by surprise, as what triggered the “Velvet” or “Singing Revolution”.

          I know if VSGDJT is removed from the Oval, by ANY means other than term limits,…THATS my red line.

          And WHAT would I DO? Pack up and drive to DC, in hopes that 10’s of millions of patriots join me.

          Take camping gear, cause there ain’t gonna be enough motel rooms.
          Lots of,…rope, pitchforks and shovels,..in various calibers.

          Seriously, whats your red line, and what would you do if its crossed?
          Once you answer those questions, it only makes sense to start prepping, SHOULD you need to act.

          Anyone who is unfamiliar with the story of the Velvet revolution, please read; it will bring tears of joy to your eyes.
          Just google, wikipedia or duck-duck go it.

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  15. justaguynamedbob says:

    Everyone post their top 5 picks for indictment:

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  16. Dutchman says:

    Yes, click on the highlighted “because of THIS”, essential reading.

    “We KNOW”…..and in an immeasurable way, WE KNOW because of YOU,, Sundance.

    Barr hasn’t stepped up however, despite how WE KNOW, he continues to dance around, acknowledging only what circumstances beyond his control force him to acknowledge.

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  17. bulwarker says:

    All well and good to acknowledge the problem, but the clock is perilously close to running out on holding those wrongdoers accountable.

    Liked by 2 people

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Barr has only been in the saddle for 16 months.

      If all he wanted were some small fish, he could have acted already.

      But he is attempting to find out….AND BE ABLE TO LEGALLY PROSECUTE…..some of the most powerful government…and possibly media…..individuals involved.

      That takes time. It also requires proof.

      And he’s trying to do it even as much of the Swamp is actively resisting.

      As I’ve opined before….he’s got one shot. When he pulls the trigger, it ALL needs to be as ready as he and his team can make it.

      Liked by 19 people

  18. JMP2 says:

    From 06:30 to the end is certainly an indictment against the MSM… Is the DOJ looking at media culpability also? Waiting patiently…

    Liked by 5 people

    • theoldgoat says:

      This is a major point of contention. The propagandist media are part and parcel of the DNC. They organize talking points with them, push their narrative, spread their lies.

      I don’t like Barr assessing that Schiff only gets to face the voters when was and still is a leaker of classified information. Why is that not able to be prosecuted? It ties also to the media who spread the classified information. This is not something that should be swept aside as a nothing.

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      • jello333 says:

        He didn’t let Schiff off the hook if they can prove criminal leaks, etc. All Barr was talking about was the scumbag lying in public comments vs apparently NOT lying while under oath. I think Barr’s point was that UNFORTUNATELY the only remedy for the public lying was elections (or recalls or whatever). Similarly for the media. In my opinion, Barr is looking VERY hard to find something to go after the media and people like Schiff with, that will overpower the “immunity” they have most of the time.

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  19. CharterOakie says:

    That interview would not have taken place unless the time were drawing nigh for the hammer to drop. Why would Barr consent to the interview otherwise?

    Some good, pointed questions by Maria, btw.

    Liked by 6 people

  20. ImpeachEmAll says:

    Timing is everything!

    Humans have a very
    short attention span.

    They are easily distracted.

    It’s all about November 3rd!

    Patience is a virtue. 😉

    Liked by 10 people

  21. NJMAGA says:

    When POTUS tweeted last week “LONE WARRIOR” he certainly wasn’t kidding.

    Liked by 5 people

  22. GI-had Joe says:

    Time for a vacation to Nurnberg!

    Liked by 1 person

  23. TradeBait says:

    B2 has performed about as many public reconnaissance missions as he can and it still mean anything to patriots. C’mon B2. RICO takes down the MSM and social media with the political criminals. All are owned and led by the same organizations. Realize it is a tall order, but evidence is everywhere and has been available for years.

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  24. Mncpo(ret) says:

    Bill Barr gets it, he holds his cards close to the chest. He can’t expose anything that will impede a legal investigation.

    He knows it was a coup and is working on the LEGAL way to bring people to justice.

    The Dems are spinning 1,800 plates on sticks to distract us, trying to avoid what’s coming.

    There is no stopping it.

    Liked by 16 people

    • fionnagh says:

      “The Dems are spinning 1,800 plates on sticks to distract us…”
      I laughed out loud. Thank you. The laughter was sorely needed. I had an immediate flashback of the Ed Sullivan show:)
      And no, nothing about this is funny, but when we can longer laugh, they’ve won a big part of our souls.

      Liked by 4 people

      • jello333 says:

        Life was so much simpler back then, huh? I was just a little kid, but I still remember watching the show even if I wasn’t particularly interested, just in the hope that the plate spinner guy would be on. “Alright! He’s back!” Though of course, that was nothing compared to Topo Gigio!! 😀

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  25. wxobserver says:

    At 03:12
    Bartiromo: “So does it sound like Jim Comey and Andrew McCabe knew the dossier had collapsed in January of 2017?”
    Barr, eyelids fluttering, perhaps trying to hide a smile: “I don’t want to discuss that aspect of it.”

    Does anyone else think he’s hiding a smile there, or is that just me?

    Liked by 10 people

  26. warrenjay13 says:

    Barr will do the right thing…relax…The Lord has control.

    Liked by 10 people

  27. Perot Conservative says:

    Interviews like this is why I believe we have a chance for some justice.

    Previously, Sundance was largely committed to “The Big Ugly”; faced with bureaucratic foot dragging and obfuscation – understandably led him to a 180-degree reversal. Aka “hope porn”. Another Nothing Burger.

    Sessions was a nobody on the national stage. OK, he took down some cartels & sex traffickers. But not the Deep State. Only gave a few wishy washy interviews.

    Huber was the definition of a STOOGE. A big softie.

    Wray is an Obstructionist, Rosenstein a Collaborator.

    AG Barr made similiar comments elsewhere last week, which were broadcast. These aren’t the types of comments someone makes who wants to bury a story!

    Sessions, Huber, Wray, Rosenstein, Brennan & Clapper make the bury-the-story comments.

    AG Bill Barr is repeatedly making concise, plain spoken, focused comments – as if he is educating the public and the media.

    On a parallel track, the DOJ & John Durham gain more resources. Attorney Jeff Jensen now appears a proven patriot. A minimum of 9 or 10 senior attorney’s at hand, many from outside DC.

    We were told June, July might see developments. Is the Medium Ugly about to spring?

    Liked by 4 people

    • jello333 says:

      This dude right here. If he turns out to be nothing, if he lets the bad guys get away, I will never again try to “read” a person. I’ll know I’m an abject failure at that particular skill.

      Liked by 1 person

  28. warrenjay13 says:

    Barr will do the right thing…relax…The Lord has control.

    Liked by 4 people

  29. montanamel says:

    I think there are two different paths being walked here…
    One leads to re election of our feaarless leader…. This is the Up Hill path, against the winds of MSM et al…
    The other, is being slowly traversed by those knowing the lay of the land, with certain bumps and grinds along the way…
    last I heard : We have some sort of action to look forward to “sometime this summer”… And, those fireworks will be “brighter” than yesterdays shows…. This “madam” now in the slam may just provide some “warm up acts” until the main show starts….during someone’s convention even???

    Just pay your money and find your seat — The greatest show on earth is about to start….

    Liked by 8 people

  30. AG Barr’s job is to ADMINISTER JUSTICE, not talk about injustice.

    How long do we still have to wait before we ask for an AG who WILL do the job?

    Liked by 1 person

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Until he has the goods sufficient to prosecute WITH SUCCESS.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Linus in W.PA. says:

        Yes, and Barr only has one shot at it.

        Let’s be honest, his life if probably in danger.

        While we all mostly agree that Obama won’t suffer legal consequence, I believe that his legacy (a crappy one in my book) will be destroyed, and he will be tagged as someone who allowed the greatest abuse of gov’t power under his watch, and with some of his guidance.

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  31. Ono says:

    Passing the Barr has taken on new meaning.

    Money walks…

    Capital punishment means “you have capital$$$…no punishment.

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  32. Peebles says:

    Sundance is being a little cryptic tonight. You have an article called Inflection Point and now an article about a statement Barr made a couple of weeks ago? Are these two related?

    Liked by 1 person

    • GB Bari says:

      Sundance made a particularly specific reference to a comment Barr made about media responsibility with classified information (in the 3:30 to 3:53 reference).

      Barr makes a particular point that “generally, as a practical matter, there is little risk of liability for a reporter to disclose information that they have obtained.

      However he goes on to note that “..sometimes, news organizations may go too far in soliciting and obtaining that information…which could create problems for them.

      Kind of a subtle difference when you first listen to it but play it several times and it becomes clear that he is thinking of a specific circumstance when he makes the second remark. Did Ali Watkins and the NYT go too far…? Or is he referring to other information that media obtained and used in news reports?

      Liked by 3 people

  33. John Schwarz says:

    Did somebody say the HAMMER

    Liked by 1 person

  34. jay says:

    On the subject of justice, when is Sully going to sign Flynn’s dismissal?

    Liked by 3 people

    • L4grasshopper says:

      The regs give him 21 days to appeal.

      He will take every minute of it to try to run out the clock.

      He will appeal.

      Liked by 3 people

      • His only hope was en banc. I’m betting The court won’t invoke it. The mandate will issue on July 15 as will the Motion to Dismiss. But, Sullivan will write a long nasty opinion to accompany his order.

        The poster Eric C’s and Catherine Herritage’s correct FACIAL interpretation of FRAP 21 will hold.

        Sullivan could force the issue that he is in fact a Defendant when everything is considered in this Mandamus Proceeding by attempting to appeal either en banc or the Supreme Court. His claim that he is a defendant could succeed, but he won’t appeal. Sullivan knows both appeals, even if allowed, would both fail quickly, and that the delay time from them could not possibly extend beyond Labor Day (probably not even three weeks total). Sullivan would suffer the rejections, tho, if he thought he could delay beyond Nov 3.

        Ironically Sullivan will claim in his opinion that he is a victim and the rule won’t allow him to appeal.

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    • EnoughIsEnough says:

      The distinguished Sidney Powell has also expressed confidence in Barr. I trust her judgement, and pray she is correct.

      Liked by 3 people

  35. a_missippian says:

    Yes (we know) Barr is stalling for all he’s worth. It’s past time for Sundance (or someone like him) to commence The Confrontation. Damn the torpedoes, fire at will, and Godspeed to you.

    Liked by 3 people

  36. jx says:

    More Barr hopium.

    Liked by 2 people

  37. Jim Comey is a weasel_Doug says:

    Rick Grenell on Lou Dobbs expressed confidence in Barr. In case you haven’t noticed, the TraitorCrats want to impeach Barr.
    Nuff said.

    Liked by 11 people

    • TarsTarkas says:

      Paranoid here: Just because the Democrats want to impeach Barr doesn’t mean he’s going to release the bombs. Wanting to impeach isn’t impeachment+trial+conviction.

      I very much hope I’m wrong.

      Liked by 1 person

    • gda53 says:

      And, I should add, for the Barr-bahers, that it was not in response to a leading question like “What do you think of the job Bill Barr is doing?”

      To which the polite and obligatory “Oh, I think he’s doing a very good job” answer might be given.

      No, it was entirely unprompted. IOW, he had no reason to say it unless he truly believed that Bill Barr was the real deal.

      YUGE difference.

      Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Yes.
      The AG seems to have amassed all the right enemies to pass the test of being someone we might trust.

      On the other hand Sundance makes a critical point about the “fork in the road” re. SSCI Security Director James Wolfe who was conspicuously NOT tried or punished for his blatant violation of handling critical classified information. Is the AG still looking at the DOJ players in that episode, or even at the SSCI members?

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      • jello333 says:

        “… James Wolfe who was conspicuously NOT tried or punished…”

        But what if we make a slight edit to that sentence?

        “… James Wolfe who has so far not been tried or punished…”

        Like

        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Wolfe accepted a plea deal: 2 months in prison for lying to feds.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Wolfe already took a plea deal, and has already served his 60 day “hand-slap” sentence (“awarded” him by U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson in Washington, DC, despite prosecutors requesting a 2 year sentence from a possible 5 year maximum).

          Five Circuits (the Second, Fifth, Sixth, Ninth, and Eleventh) and a number of state courts that have considered the issue have concluded that jeopardy attaches when a court accepts a guilty plea.

          On the other hand, the First and Third Circuit, and at least four state courts, have held that double jeopardy does NOT attach when a court accepts a guilty plea. But I would think that would be moot *after* the defendant serves his agreed sentence.

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    • jello333 says:

      Sidney likes and trusts Barr. Grenell likes and trusts Barr. From what I can tell, Trump likes and trusts Barr. And as you say, our/Trump’s enemies HATE Barr.

      So yeah, let’s use some logic here, guys.

      Liked by 2 people

  38. alliwantissometruth says:

    A coup attempt, sedition, treason, criminal actions and grotesque governmental corruption is quite a bit more than a “push toward the door”

    As others have stated, let’s hope Barr’s choice of words were meant to show no bias due to upcoming prosecutions

    Liked by 3 people

  39. iswhatitis says:

    There’s a lot of “talking the talk

    And very little “walking the walk

    That’s my pithy observation.

    Liked by 1 person

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Actually, Barr does little talking. If you haven’t noticed, not a damn thing has leaked from Durham’s activities.

      Liked by 6 people

    • what do expect from Barr ???iswhatitis …take bullhorn and shout to MSM what he Durham and Wray doing ???

      Liked by 1 person

      • iswhatitis says:

        sejmon333535208 says: “what do expect from Barr ???iswhatitis …take bullhorn and shout to MSM what he Durham and Wray doing ???

        LOL

        Why would you guess that?

        Shouting with a bullhorn is still not walking; it’s just loud talking.

        We need walking. Perhaps, as others postulate, there will be significant walking when the Ministry of Silly Walks finishes up.

        /shrug

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    • jello333 says:

      And how do you/we KNOW there’s no “walking the walk” going on? If/when something huge suddenly hits the news wires, it will be the culmination of a TON of “walking the walk” going on behind the scenes.

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  40. Drogers says:

    However slowly the pace, and I admit to a certain frustration, nevertheless AG Barr continues to repay the faith I have in him.

    There is a reckoning in the near future.

    Liked by 6 people

  41. sDee says:

    Why did Fox hold this back? It changes the whole interview for me. It not only has important answers from Barr, but tells us that he viewed this “investigation” as unprecedented and unwarranted – a baseless investigations against an elected President of the United States and a crucial member of his transition team.

    Liked by 2 people

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Perhaps on request of Barr?

      Liked by 3 people

    • jx says:

      According to Barr it all depends on motivation. If properly motivated then all crimes are transmuted to non-crimes. Withholding evidence, fabricating evidence, lying to courts, conspiracy all become permissible.

      Liked by 1 person

    • 4EDouglas says:

      Watch the interview -all of it. those who doubt may change their minds.. Every war and maneuvers within has to have some planning “Scream and leap .” isn’t an option….
      I know some won’t like this but I trust Barr,Durham, and our brave President.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Tl Howard says:

      I’m guessing it was Bartiromo’s choice to hold it back…with Barr’s consent.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      He answered affirmative to the coup question in the original version.

      And has said repeatedly that the investigation was “unwarranted”, “unprecedented” and more recently “collapsed” in Jan 2017.

      And more….

      From May 1 2019:
      “Many people seem to assume that the only intelligence collection that occurred was a single confidential informant and a FISA warrant. I’d like to find out whether that is in fact true. It strikes me as a fairly anemic effort if that was the counterintelligence effort designed to stop a threat as it’s being represented.”

      The whole thing was a “slender reed”

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  42. Skidroe says:

    Down deep Barr is running scared. Like everyone else he is dragging it ALL out till the election. If Biden wins it will ALL go away. If President Trump wins he will drop the mother of all bombs on Washington DC. It ALL depends on the election.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Joebkonobi says:

    What worries me is when Barr says he “can’t speak to their motivations”. Probably not gonna find any of the crooks to say their motivation was to get the newly elected President out of office. However, with the Strzok/page texts seems close enough for government work. The problem is finding an impartial jury in DC.

    Barr knows that and is Trying to build a bomb proof case. DC , because it is not a State should have the jury selection pool Nationwide. AG Barr is trying to build an open/shut case. I think and pray he will get there. Like him or not, he’s our last hope and I trust he understands the timing. It would have made things much easier if the would have indicted Wolf for leaking. Wolf would have sung.

    Liked by 1 person

    • starfcker says:

      “The problem is finding an impartial jury in DC.” Empathetically, NO. The problem is getting Billl Barr to indict somebody so they actually get tried in front of a DC jury. At that point we’ll see what a DC jury does. Waste of time talking about it until somebody gets indicted. I come in contact with black Americans on a nearly daily basis. Since this whole riot deal has blown up, one thing I notice is they are extreme polite to me. Not that they were ever rude. But they are horrified at the stereotype being thrust upon them, and are doing everything in their power to separate themselves from that sort of nonsense. I don’t think a DC jury is what we have to fear.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Perot Conservative says:

        Petition to to move it.

        Like

      • murray in nashville says:

        RACE RELATIONS: I live in a very upscale although very minority neighborhood in Nashville and have also observed this almost old fashioned politeness and it is not just the middle aged and old, it is many of the younger ones too. Interestingly I find myself responding in kind almost as if we are subconsciously saying to each other, we have more in common then that which might be used to set us apart.

        Maybe Sundance could solicit comments on this to see how widespread this perception is at the grass roots level.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      I’ve always guessed the $50 Million Dan Jones was setup with ASAP was partly an emergency defense fund.

      The attorneys fees would bury a Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, Clinesmith, etc.

      Just a wild guess.

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  44. Bubby says:

    Bottom line to me is that everyone of any real importance walks. Maybe Strzok or perhaps some lower FBI/DOJ types or possibly Comey get indicted but certainly no higher. I didn’t get any warm fuzzes after that interview. Hope I’m wrong.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. joeknuckles says:

    Wasn’t there talk of something that was supposed to be revealed on July 3rd?

    Liked by 1 person

  46. calbear84 says:

    POTUS sure looked chipper to me during the two big Independence Day events over the weekend. I doubt if he’d appear that way if he couldn’t trust Barr to do the right thing.

    Liked by 3 people

  47. SanJac says:

    How can bagpipes not differentiate between the killing of Abraham Lincoln and the coup against PDJT ?
    Why didn’t bagpipes bring up JFK ?

    Liked by 1 person

    • 4EDouglas says:

      Stop ‘with th e”Bagpipes, “” i have highlander ancestors that rode with George Washington.
      Brave men have fought and died to the sound of those pipes.Men also have run in fear..
      Just because Barr plays the pipes, the heritage of them is not comical or derisive .
      Just letting you know it isn’t funny to a lot of people..

      the

      Liked by 1 person

    • jello333 says:

      Because the idiotic “official” line is still that Lee Oswald shot Kennedy. Most people, at least those in gov’t, refuse to admit the truth. In other words, they don’t consider JFK a conspiracy, though almost everyone admits that Lincoln WAS.

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  48. kleen says:

    We are in July and we have no plan B in case this plan A fails.

    Liked by 1 person

  49. citizen owner, U.S.A. says:

    We’re close to the window where the DOJ will sit on anything they have that might have an impact on the election. If it doesn’t happen in the next 2 months, forget about it.

    Liked by 2 people

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