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AG Barr Says Hundreds Of Investigations Into Rioters Underway

While liberal mayors watch their cities get torched, Attorney General William Barr says the Justice Department is conducting extensive criminal investigations


I was beginning to believe that anarchists across the country were going to get away with their mayhem scot-free. 

At least if the local governments of these liberal cities were in charge of handling the situation. 

Luckily for me, and those of us who value the rule of law, Attorney General William Barr says he is on the case!

As reported by The Daily Wire, AG Barr sat down with Ted Cruz & co-host Michael Knowles to discuss on “The Verdict with Ted Cruz”:

Attorney General William Barr told “Verdict with Ted Cruz” this week that the Department of Justice has hundreds of investigations underway into the violent riots that have occurred across the country in recent weeks, including investigations into the far-left extremist organization Antifa.

“The federal government is best positioned to address this kind of violence and lawlessness after it occurs because we don’t have FBI agents walking the beat,” Barr said. “And in fact, when the real violence started around May 25, 26, and so forth, we started using our joint terrorist task forces around the country. And there are 35 of them around the country. It involves all state and local in those jurisdictions and all the federal agencies. And it’s the system we designed to follow terrorists. And now they are starting to go full bore, cranking out investigations, indictments against the people who are involved in this violence.”

Barr said that they already had “scores of indictments already” against individuals who had been involved in the rioting and destruction of property. Barr added that there are already approximately 500 investigations underway into the crimes that have occurred from the rioting.”



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