AG Barr plans to give a fiery address to Nadler’s inquisition

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Attorney General Bill Barr is expected to give fiery testimony Tuesday in front of the House Judiciary Committee. He will condemn the “grave abuses” in the “bogus Russiagate scandal,” while referencing the black-on-black violence and defending law enforcement in no uncertain terms.

Fox News got hold of the prepared remarks (see below).

He will say that “many of the Democrats on this Committee have attempted to discredit me by conjuring up a narrative that I am simply the President’s factotum who disposes of criminal cases according to his instructions.”

Not only did the President not interfere, but Barr will also say the President has told him “to do what he thinks is right.”

He will express his deep concern over the weaponization of the criminal justice process.

“But as an outsider, I became deeply troubled by what I perceived as the increasing use of the criminal justice process as a political weapon and the emergence of two separate standards of justice.”

After expressing sympathy for the injustices towards the Black community in prior decades, he will say fortunately terrible incidents like that which happened to George Floyd are rare. He does not accept the concept of systemic racism and believes the mistrust of police in the community is the result of many factors. [The media and the Democrats?]

He will address the breakdown in the rule of law and the rioters and anarchists that have nothing to do with George Floyd. That will be difficult since Jerry Nadler thinks the riots are a “myth.”

He will conclude:

“As elected officials of the federal government, every Member of this Committee – regardless of your political views or your feelings about the Trump Administration – should condemn violence against federal officers and destruction of federal property. So should state and local leaders who have a responsibility to keep their communities safe. To tacitly condone destruction and anarchy is to abandon the basic rule-of-law principles that should unite us even in a politically divisive time. At the very least, we should all be able to agree that there is no place in this country for armed mobs that seek to establish autonomous zones beyond government control, or tear down statues and monuments that law-abiding communities chose to erect, or to destroy the property and livelihoods of innocent business owners. The most basic responsibility of government is to ensure the rule of law, so that people can live their lives safely and without fear. The Justice Department will continue working to meet that solemn responsibility.”

Democrats obviously don’t agree with that. They think law enforcement are “stormtroopers,” to quote Nancy Pelosi.

Written Statement of AG Bar… by Fox News on Scribd


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D3F1ANT
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D3F1ANT
3 years ago

It’s great that Barr is vocalizing this stuff. It’s really unfortunate that he’s satisfied with making remarks and never acting.

Zigmont
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Zigmont
3 years ago

CNN just now…..Barr hearing delayed, Nadler was in a car accident, Nadler was not hurt !!!!!

Zola Holt
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Zola Holt
3 years ago

Ooooo, a fiery address!!! Let me update my Barr/Durham deep state sedition accountability scorecard. As of 7/28/20:
Arrests: ZERO
Trials: ZERO
Convictions: ZERO
Sentences: ZERO

D3F1ANT
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D3F1ANT
3 years ago
Reply to  Zola Holt

I wish I could disagree. But you nailed it.

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
3 years ago

This is merely another stunt by Barr, a silly distraction. He is supposed to fight crimes, which he is not doing, instead of fighting the noisemaker democrats.

Clearly, the little coward cares lots more about his reputation and the reputation of his precious criminal department than the USA.

How can anyone fall for his stunts, to divert attention away from his massive coverups while be plays a hero. He’s had at least 14 criminal referrals cross his desk and thrown each one away. He’s a fraud. This is another one of his cheap stunts to fool his fans.

DAN III
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DAN III
3 years ago

Barr is a lawyer. That alone disqualifies him as having any value. He is also a beltway straphanger, a life member of the DC swamp. Barr is just another misguided appointment by POTUS 45. Barr is little better than the next to worthless Sessions !

“Lock her up !” Yeah….rightttttttt.