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What LF's leftist morons don't realize is that 2020 is going to be a nightmare for them.

 

Barr's interview on MSNBC today proves it.  

 

Because here's what Barr said ...

 

1.  He completely backed Durham's statement.   In fact, he dismissed the findings of the Horowitz that there was no evidence of political bias in the launching of the Russia probe, saying that Durham will have the last word on the matter.  (So watch out Comey, Page, and a host of others at the DOJ, FBI, CBI, etc.)

 

2.  He's not going to just ignore the last 3 years.   In fact, he said "I think our nation was turned on its head for three years based on a completely bogus narrative that was largely fanned and hyped by an irresponsible press.  And I think that there were gross abuses of FISA and inexplicable behavior that’s intolerable in the FBI. And the Attorney General’s primary responsibility is to protect against the abuse of the law enforcement and intelligence apparatus and make sure that it doesn’t play an improper role in our political life.”   In fact, he asked what was their agenda that kept them pressing ahead after the election ... meaning that he's looking into that?   (That's VERY bad news of the Deep State because the agenda was clearly SEDITION in order to hide what they'd been doing ... and that's the only conclusion Barr can logically reach now.   Even Mueller, Clinton and Obama have to worried.)

 

3.  He's said he hasn't gotten into the Ukraine thing yet ... implying that he's going to get into it.   (Well, watch out Biden, Graham, and a bunch of others because you're now in BIG trouble.   Also, the involvement of the Ukraine in the coup may make what they did TREASON.)

 

4.  He stated that the criminal division of the DOJ declared that the July 25 phone call didn’t break ANY laws   (So much for the silly impeachment effort.)

 

5. He said the Saudi's were cooperating but didn't give any details.   This is very interesting because a lot of money flowed from the Saudi's into Hillary's campaign before the election (as evidenced by the recent indictments 8 people ... one of whom was tied to the Mueller investigation). 


6. And he said the Durham investigation will take time.   The results won’t drop until early spring or late summer which will be perfectly timed from Trump's point of view.    Especially since the result of that investigation is likely to be indictments against many of Trump's most vocal opponents the last three years.   And it will be hard for the MSM to ignore this. 

 

The Big Ugly is coming folks ...

 

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16 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

What LF's leftist morons don't realize is that 2020 is going to be a nightmare for them.

 

Barr's interview on MSNBC today proves it.  

 

Because here's what Barr said ...

 

1.  He completely backed Durham's statement.   In fact, he dismissed the findings of the Horowitz that there was no evidence of political bias in the launching of the Russia probe, saying that Durham will have the last word on the matter.  (So watch out Comey, Page, and a host of others at the DOJ, FBI, CBI, etc.)

 

2.  He's not going to just ignore the last 3 years.   In fact, he said "I think our nation was turned on its head for three years based on a completely bogus narrative that was largely fanned and hyped by an irresponsible press.  And I think that there were gross abuses of FISA and inexplicable behavior that’s intolerable in the FBI. And the Attorney General’s primary responsibility is to protect against the abuse of the law enforcement and intelligence apparatus and make sure that it doesn’t play an improper role in our political life.”   In fact, he asked what was their agenda that kept them pressing ahead after the election ... meaning that he's looking into that?   (That's VERY bad news of the Deep State because the agenda was clearly SEDITION in order to hide what they'd been doing ... and that's the only conclusion Barr can logically reach now.   Even Mueller, Clinton and Obama have to worried.)

 

3.  He's said he hasn't gotten into the Ukraine thing yet ... implying that he's going to get into it.   (Well, watch out Biden, Graham, and a bunch of others because you're now in BIG trouble.   Also, the involvement of the Ukraine in the coup may make what they did TREASON.)

 

4.  He stated that the criminal division of the DOJ declared that the July 25 phone call didn’t break ANY laws   (So much for the silly impeachment effort.)

 

5. He said the Saudi's were cooperating but didn't give any details.   This is very interesting because a lot of money flowed from the Saudi's into Hillary's campaign before the election (as evidenced by the recent indictments 8 people ... one of whom was tied to the Mueller investigation). 


6. And he said the Durham investigation will take time.   The results won’t drop until early spring or late summer which will be perfectly timed from Trump's point of view.    Especially since the result of that investigation is likely to be indictments against many of Trump's most vocal opponents the last three years.   And it will be hard for the MSM to ignore this. 

 

The Big Ugly is coming folks ...

 

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2 hours ago, BeAChooser said:

What LF's leftist morons don't realize is that 2020 is going to be a nightmare for them.

 

Barr's interview on MSNBC today proves it.  

 

Because here's what Barr said ...

 

1.  He completely backed Durham's statement.   In fact, he dismissed the findings of the Horowitz that there was no evidence of political bias in the launching of the Russia probe, saying that Durham will have the last word on the matter.  (So watch out Comey, Page, and a host of others at the DOJ, FBI, CBI, etc.)

 

2.  He's not going to just ignore the last 3 years.   In fact, he said "I think our nation was turned on its head for three years based on a completely bogus narrative that was largely fanned and hyped by an irresponsible press.  And I think that there were gross abuses of FISA and inexplicable behavior that’s intolerable in the FBI. And the Attorney General’s primary responsibility is to protect against the abuse of the law enforcement and intelligence apparatus and make sure that it doesn’t play an improper role in our political life.”   In fact, he asked what was their agenda that kept them pressing ahead after the election ... meaning that he's looking into that?   (That's VERY bad news of the Deep State because the agenda was clearly SEDITION in order to hide what they'd been doing ... and that's the only conclusion Barr can logically reach now.   Even Mueller, Clinton and Obama have to worried.)

 

3.  He's said he hasn't gotten into the Ukraine thing yet ... implying that he's going to get into it.   (Well, watch out Biden, Graham, and a bunch of others because you're now in BIG trouble.   Also, the involvement of the Ukraine in the coup may make what they did TREASON.)

 

4.  He stated that the criminal division of the DOJ declared that the July 25 phone call didn’t break ANY laws   (So much for the silly impeachment effort.)

 

5. He said the Saudi's were cooperating but didn't give any details.   This is very interesting because a lot of money flowed from the Saudi's into Hillary's campaign before the election (as evidenced by the recent indictments 8 people ... one of whom was tied to the Mueller investigation). 


6. And he said the Durham investigation will take time.   The results won’t drop until early spring or late summer which will be perfectly timed from Trump's point of view.    Especially since the result of that investigation is likely to be indictments against many of Trump's most vocal opponents the last three years.   And it will be hard for the MSM to ignore this. 

 

The Big Ugly is coming folks ...

 

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Hurry up and get to the bottom of it!

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2 hours ago, BeAChooser said:

What LF's leftist morons don't realize is that 2020 is going to be a nightmare for them.

 

Barr's interview on MSNBC today proves it.  

 

Because here's what Barr said ...

 

1.  He completely backed Durham's statement.   In fact, he dismissed the findings of the Horowitz that there was no evidence of political bias in the launching of the Russia probe, saying that Durham will have the last word on the matter.  (So watch out Comey, Page, and a host of others at the DOJ, FBI, CBI, etc.)

 

2.  He's not going to just ignore the last 3 years.   In fact, he said "I think our nation was turned on its head for three years based on a completely bogus narrative that was largely fanned and hyped by an irresponsible press.  And I think that there were gross abuses of FISA and inexplicable behavior that’s intolerable in the FBI. And the Attorney General’s primary responsibility is to protect against the abuse of the law enforcement and intelligence apparatus and make sure that it doesn’t play an improper role in our political life.”   In fact, he asked what was their agenda that kept them pressing ahead after the election ... meaning that he's looking into that?   (That's VERY bad news of the Deep State because the agenda was clearly SEDITION in order to hide what they'd been doing ... and that's the only conclusion Barr can logically reach now.   Even Mueller, Clinton and Obama have to worried.)

 

3.  He's said he hasn't gotten into the Ukraine thing yet ... implying that he's going to get into it.   (Well, watch out Biden, Graham, and a bunch of others because you're now in BIG trouble.   Also, the involvement of the Ukraine in the coup may make what they did TREASON.)

 

4.  He stated that the criminal division of the DOJ declared that the July 25 phone call didn’t break ANY laws   (So much for the silly impeachment effort.)

 

5. He said the Saudi's were cooperating but didn't give any details.   This is very interesting because a lot of money flowed from the Saudi's into Hillary's campaign before the election (as evidenced by the recent indictments 8 people ... one of whom was tied to the Mueller investigation). 


6. And he said the Durham investigation will take time.   The results won’t drop until early spring or late summer which will be perfectly timed from Trump's point of view.    Especially since the result of that investigation is likely to be indictments against many of Trump's most vocal opponents the last three years.   And it will be hard for the MSM to ignore this. 

 

The Big Ugly is coming folks ...

 

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'Aghast' to learn extent of Obama AG's involvement in FBI Trump probe: Fmr independent counsel'

 

https://www.foxnews.com/media/horowitz-fisa-obama-attorney-general-loretta-lynch

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CNN panel crushes Bill Barr’s Ukraine lies with live fact check: ‘He doesn’t have a right to his own opinion’

Bill Barr was called out by a CNN panel on Tuesday after he incorrectly said that the FBI ignored evidence that would have exculpated President Donald Trump’s campaign regarding allegations of Russian collusion.

 

As Barr spoke live to The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday afternoon, a panel of CNN analysts commented on the attorney general’s utterances.

 

“In general, he said, from day one there was evidence that was exculpatory evidence that there was no collusion and the FBI ignored that,” CNN’s Dana Bash announced. “Let’s just start with that. True or false?”

 

“It’s just not true,” justice correspondent Evan Pérez said. “What he’s talking about in his summation of the entire

 

[Inspector’s General] investigation, I think that’s not true. There was a lot of information still coming in, there was information coming in after the election that gave the FBI more reason to say, okay, let’s look at that.”

 

Pérez agreed that in hindsight there are some things the agency should have done differently.

 

“There’s was activity obviously coming from the Russians,” correspondent Pamela Brown pointed out.

 

“Before he talked about the Inspector General’s report, he talked about impeachment,” New York Times writer Julie Hirschfeld Davis explained. “And this idea that there has been this group of people inside the government trying to take President Trump down, since before he was president.”

 

“It’s really critical to the president’s defense of himself in the impeachment context and [Bill Barr] is picking up on that he’s sort of viewing all of that — he viewed the Mueller report, he views this IG report through that lens and that is sort of through the prism that he is sharing all of this with the public.”

 

“You get kind of a distorted view of what the findings are based on [Barr’s representation],” she added.

Pérez said that one statement Barr made about Ukraine in a recent NBC interview was “damaging” to U.S. voters.

 

“And he’s asked point blank, do you believe Ukraine interfered in the election?” Pérez recalled. “And’s he’s like, ‘I don’t know.'”

“You’re the attorney general!” Pérez added. “This is the attorney general and he knows exactly what the answer is but he cannot say it — it appears to me — he cannot say it because it would go against what the president believes.”

 

“He has a right to his opinions,” the CNN correspondent noted. “But you cannot as attorney general, frankly, fuel these crazy ideas that are coming from Twitter if you know better.”

 

“He doesn’t have a right to his own opinions,” Bash replied, “to say in public when he’s the sitting attorney general and it comes down to a very real report that done by real intelligence agencies that both parties agree with.”

Watch the video below from CNN.

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56 minutes ago, slideman said:

Barr's interview was a tissue of lies obfuscations and misrepresentations


I’ll be looking forward to his reporting. I for one hope that all of the errors and missteps from the government agencies that seemed to all go against Trump was coincidental. 

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Eat this rednecks...

 

 

“And he’s asked point blank, do you believe Ukraine interfered in the election?” Pérez recalled. “And’s he’s like, ‘I don’t know.'”

“You’re the attorney general!” Pérez added. “This is the attorney general and he knows exactly what the answer is but he cannot say it — it appears to me — he cannot say it because it would go against what the president believes.”

 

“He has a right to his opinions,” the CNN correspondent noted. “But you cannot as attorney general, frankly, fuel these crazy ideas that are coming from Twitter if you know better.”

 

“He doesn’t have a right to his own opinions,” Bash replied, “to say in public when he’s the sitting attorney general and it comes down to a very real report that done by real intelligence agencies that both parties agree with.”

Watch the video below from CNN.

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Putin’s ‘long game’ is to ‘destroy western democracies’ — and the GOP is helping him: Former CIA officer

As articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump move forward in the U.S. House of Representatives, pro-Trump Republicans continue to insist that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 presidential election — a claim that foreign affairs expert Fiona Hill described as total nonsense during her testimony before the House Intelligence Committee last month. Regardless, Republican Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina recently told an NBC News reporter that in 2016, “Every elected official in the Ukraine was for Hillary Clinton. Is that very different than the Russians being for Donald Trump?” And former CIA officer Alex Finley, in a December 10 article for Just Security, explains why Burr’s assertion is a “false equivalence” that “completely and dangerously mischaracterizes the threat we are facing” from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

 

In 2016, Finley explains, some “Ukrainian officials publicly expressed a dislike for candidate Trump” and “looked to hold” some “corrupt” associates of former President Viktor Yanukovych “accountable” — and one of those associates “happened to be Trump’s campaign chairman” (Paul Manafort). But, Finley quickly adds, “Russian President Vladimir Putin, on the other hand, is aiming to destroy western democracies.”

 

Those who think that statement about Putin sounds “overblown,” Finley asserts, should consider what Putin told the Financial Times: “The liberal idea has become obsolete. It has come into conflict with the interests of the overwhelming majority of the population.”

 

Putin, Finley stresses, is opposed to the very ideal of liberal democracy.

 

“Russia has been running, and continues to run, a covert intelligence operation aimed at duping westerners and inflaming internal divisions, in order to break down our democratic institutions,” Finley observes. “Putin aims to bring down the western liberal order, which — with the United States at the helm — has generally brought peace and stability to the west for 70 years.”

Republicans, Finley warns, “should ask themselves why Putin sees them as a good partner” in his anti-U.S. goals.

 

Finley goes on to list some things that the Russian government under Putin’s leadership did in 2016, from hacking Democratic e-mails to running an “influence campaign” through websites like WikiLeaks to infiltrating “the NRA and GOP circles with Maria Butina and Alexander Torshin.”

 

Moreover, Finley writes, Putin’s government is not only trying to undermine western liberal democracy in the United States, but also, in Italy, France, Germany and other countries that have long been U.S. allies.“Congressional Republicans have become pansies of Putin in a much larger game,” Finley warns. “This is not about one election or even two elections. Putin is playing a long game aimed at changing the international system in his favor, and Republicans are aiding and abetting him. Does the party of Ronald Reagan really want to be an accomplice to the destruction of the U.S.-led liberal world order?”

 

 
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Food for thought ...

 

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/12/10/full-interview-ag-bill-barr-discusses-ig-report-and-fbi-institutional-issues-with-political-corruption/

 

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Full Interview – AG Bill Barr Discusses IG Report and FBI Institutional Issues With Political Corruption…


by sundance


U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr has sent the totality of the U.S. media into spasmodic fits of apoplexy today as he discusses the findings of the DOJ inspector general review of a highly corrupted FISA process.


The Attorney General talks about how the FBI weaponized their official duty in an effort to carry out what seems to be a political agenda.  Mr. Barr goes into detail with his thoughts on the current criminal review assigned to U.S. Attorney John Durham; and the unfortunate issues with a group at the top of the organization who politicized the FBI as an investigative agency and used an alliance of media assets to achieve political goals.


Many people are writing and asking for my personal opinion of AG Bill Barr. I shall provide that below.


Thoughts: Leading up to the trial of George Zimmerman he had two attorneys: Mark O’Mara and Don West. Don West was the deliberate and angered attorney who was rightly furious over how a completely false case was assembled against his client. The entire CTH community agreed on the value of Don West.


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(Left to Right) Mark O’Mara, Don West, Mark Geragos.

 

However, Don West wasn’t the lead attorney… there was another, Mark O’Mara.


Mr. O’Mara gave the intentional impression of being above it all, elevated above the politics, and affable to the groups who wanted to hang Zimmerman in the town square and also understandable toward the defenders of Zimmerman who recognized the rail-roading.


O’Mara became a Rosetta stone. Some Zimmerman supporters saw O’Mara as self-serving, duplicitous, cunning (not in a good way) and essentially deceiving his client by not trying to be assertive in defense. Others saw O’Mara as smart, prudent and staying above the fray to be more influential toward the benefit of his client amid circles of media opposition.


The strong differences of opinion over O’Mara were fought on the pages of CTH for over a year. Pro-O’Mara and Anti-O’Mara we both good groups of people; excellent and passionate people; but each saw Mark O’Mara in a different way.


Personally I did not see Mark O’Mara in a good light. I predicted his positioning was to gain a lucrative media gig at the conclusion of a fraudulent trial. [He took a CNN contract within three weeks of trail ending]  But more important than that recognition of selfish sensibility was the evidence.


The evidence was overwhelming (at least to CTH in 2012) that Witness #8, Rachel Jeantel, was an imposter.


The anonymous Witness #8 was the only reason the State of Florida could get an arrest. Witness #8 was also manufactured by the corrupt Scheme Team of Trayvon’s family.


Completely made up.


Incredibly the corrupt State of FL prosecution team consisting of SAO Angela Corey and Bernie De La Rionda went along with a criminally corrupt prosecution using evidence they knew was manufactured.


If we knew the manufacturing of evidence to be true… demonstrably and provably true.. well, Don West and Mark O’Mara certainly knew it to be true.


Yet Mark O’Mara did nothing about it… EVER. O’Mara knew the state had manufactured evidence. O’Mara Explicitly knew his client was being railroaded by a criminal enterprise carried out by the State of Florida and Trayvon Martin Family. And Mark O’Mara never brought it up before, during, or even after the trial… Not once.


Attorney Mark O’Mara won the case because the case itself was a fraud. However, the “case” never should have gone to trial. In my passionately frustrated opinion O’Mara should have called out the fraud and defended his client by avoiding the ridiculous trial.


[NOTE: Seven years later, with Witness #8 admitting to the fraud, George Zimmerman is rightly suing all of those who participated.]


Why do I bring up this example?


Because in my opinion, having watched nine months of his professional effort, right now the metaphor is: Bill Barr is Mark O’Mara, the U.S. Constitution is George Zimmerman, and we’re about to go to trial again.


Peace.


sundance certainly doesn't have a very good opinion of Barr.

 

My mind isn't quite as made up.

 

I believe that if he shows himself to be part of the Deep State, he should be disbarred and tried for obstruction of justice along with the rest of them.

 

Tell him that is what will happen.

 

Light a fire under him, I say.

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Just now, slideman said:

Barr's interview was a tissue of lies obfuscations and misrepresentations

Hey, moron ....

Durham whose investigation is ongoing totally disagreed with it too....

Probably because he knows something that Horowitz didn't....

And the IG report is totally damning to the dems .....

 

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Durham did not totally disagree with it here is his statement:

“I have the utmost respect for the mission of the Office of Inspector General and the comprehensive work that went into the report prepared by Mr. Horowitz and his staff.  However, our investigation is not limited to developing information from within component parts of the Justice Department," Durham said. "Our investigation has included developing information from other persons and entities, both in the U.S. and outside of the U.S. Based on the evidence collected to date, and while our investigation is ongoing,

st month we advised the Inspector General that we do not agree with some of the report’s conclusions as to predication and how the FBI case was opened.”

 

He does not agree with some of the report's conclusions as to predication.the report does not go into the intelligence gathered by foreign entities as to the Trump campaign contact with Russians. You are making assumptions.

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5 minutes ago, slideman said:

Durham did not totally disagree with it here is his statement:

“I have the utmost respect for the mission of the Office of Inspector General and the comprehensive work that went into the report prepared by Mr. Horowitz and his staff.  However, our investigation is not limited to developing information from within component parts of the Justice Department," Durham said. "Our investigation has included developing information from other persons and entities, both in the U.S. and outside of the U.S. Based on the evidence collected to date, and while our investigation is ongoing,

st month we advised the Inspector General that we do not agree with some of the report’s conclusions as to predication and how the FBI case was opened.”

 

He does not agree with some of the report's conclusions as to predication.the report does not go into the intelligence gathered by foreign entities as to the Trump campaign contact with Russians. You are making assumptions.

Durham is going to destroy you fukking liberal asswipes

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47 minutes ago, benson13 said:

“And he’s asked point blank, do you believe Ukraine interfered in the election?” Pérez recalled. “And’s he’s like, ‘I don’t know.'”

“You’re the attorney general!” Pérez added.

Barr has not personally investigated Ukraine yet. That is what Durham is doing now.

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