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#1 User is offline   Liz 

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  Posted 10 April 2019 - 11:59 PM

William Barr Is the Democrats' Worst Nightmare

PJ Media
By Roger L. Simon
April 9, 2019

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Though they were excruciatingly obnoxious to William Barr at Tuesday's House Appropriations subcommittee hearing, Democrats would be well-advised to lay off the attorney general, maybe even treat him with kid gloves, because he holds a good deal of the future of their party in his hands. In fact, he is positioned to make that party bleed as perhaps no one in history. And it only makes it worse that he is clearly such a straight shooter.

The big story from Barr's testimony then before the subcommittee was not that the AG plans to release a redacted version of the Mueller report within a week or even that those redactions will be color-coded four ways and annotated to explain the reasons for the edits. Or that Democrats like Nita Lowey whined about transparency with all the hypocrisy only a politician can muster. This is all pro forma and predictable.

The big story was the affirmative answer he gave to a question about whether he was planning to investigate the provenance of the Russia probe itself. That would, of course, include the FISA court scandal and the Steele dossier, not to mention strange--let's call them spooky-- occurrences in the UK well before the election. Barr noted he also would look at the eight criminal referrals of DOJ personnel and others coming from Devin Nunes. He further noted we could expect the inspector general's report on these matters in May or June. He was filled with such news, much of it spontaneously given. Perhaps even John Huber will surface.

In other words, Barr's obviously been paying attention to the larger situation and that is bad news indeed for Democrats. This is particularly true because the Mueller probe did not come up with any crimes connected to Russia collusion, but even the beginnings of an investigation of what prompted the probe in the first place has already come up with several.

More are undoubtedly coming. Is it an accident Judicial Watch was finally able to uncover "422 pages of FBI documents showing evidence of 'cover-up' discussions related to the Clinton email system" just the other day? Or does it have something to do with the installation of Barr? Impossible to know at this juncture, but what is clear is we will be dealing with this a long time, all the way, it's quite likely, to election 2020. For the Democrats, this is the original "be careful what you wish for," especially if the investigation leads where many think it will--to the top of their party.

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 12:18 AM

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Go get 'em, Billy Boy!

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 01:39 AM

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The casual suggestion by the nation’s top law enforcement officer of “spying” may please Donald Trump, who rails against a “deep state coup,” but it strikes another destructive blow to our democratic institutions. ~ Little Adam Schitt


The utter gall... :rolleyes: But yes, Pencil Neck should be nervous about a destructive blow to certain democrats who think of themselves as institutions.
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Posted 11 April 2019 - 07:22 AM

View Postgrimreefer, on 11 April 2019 - 01:39 AM, said:

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The casual suggestion by the nation’s top law enforcement officer of “spying” may please Donald Trump, who rails against a “deep state coup,” but it strikes another destructive blow to our democratic institutions. ~ Little Adam Schitt


The utter gall... :rolleyes: But yes, Pencil Neck should be nervous about a destructive blow to certain democrats who think of themselves as institutions.

I notice that he's (Schidt) still not released is "evidence in plain sight" of collusion with the russians regarding the election.

Little Schidt needs to put up or shut up. "Moose, Rocko, help the Congressman find his evidence."
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