Willaim Barr is an interesting character to say the least.
The Attorney General withheld information on the Hunter Biden scandal, from The American People for months during the election.
Citing some off-hand bureaucratic rule that states that invesitgations should be public within a 60 day timeframe surronding elections.
I am sorry. but that would be PRECISELY the time to release such information.
If you found out that one of the candidates for the highest office in the land is in collusion with the Communist Party of China, you say something about it, rules be damned.
Keep in mind that this is the very same attorney general who is telling YOU, The American People, that there “is no substantial evidence of voter fraud”
Could Attorney General Barr be one of the Chinese Communist Moles at the “core inner circle of power and influence in America?”
Check out these reports, and then decide:
The New York Post reported:
Attorney General William Barr knew about two contemporaneous federal investigations into Hunter Biden for months — and worked to keep them from the public ahead of the election, according to a new report.
The nation’s top law enforcement official avoided providing information about the probes to Republicans in Congress without explanation, a person familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal.
One of the investigations was made public this week, when the 50-year-old son of President-elect Joe Biden disclosed on Wednesday that he was being probed for possible tax fraud.
Hunter Biden is also implicated in a broader international financial investigation by federal prosecutors in Manhattan, two people familiar with the case told the Journal. That probe has been going on for at least a year. Hunter Biden, however, was never a specific target for criminal prosecution, according to the Journal.
The Wall Street Journal had more facts:
Mr. Barr took more steps than previously reported to insulate the investigations, despite calls from President Trump and Republican allies to announce a probe involving President-elect Joe Biden’s son Hunter.
Mr. Barr and senior department officials relayed the instructions in conversations with prosecutors, questioning whether their staff members could be trusted and warning against issuing subpoenas or taking other steps that might become public, some of the people familiar with the matter said.
The department didn’t respond to an October letter from Republican lawmakers requesting Mr. Barr appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden and his father.
Justice Department guidelines codified in 2012 caution against taking actions close to an election that could be seen as seeking to affect the outcome. Disclosing details of an ongoing investigation into the son of a presidential candidate hit a line Mr. Barr felt would violate that policy and give the appearance of interfering in the election, people close to him said.