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Attorney General Barr: “A Willful, Small Group Of People, Attempted To Topple Trump Administration”

Last week the attorney general conveyed some critical pieces of information on the Durham probe, revealing a plot against The President


It took you 4 years to say this Mr.Barr?

After 4 years of sustained attacks by Barrack Hussein-Obama era officials and cronies we finally have a government official coming out and saying what we have all known so obviously for years. 

There are actors within the deep state structure (career politicians & bureaucrats) who have been attempting to overthrow President Trump. 

Instead of doing the work they are overpaid, and over-funded to do, they instead shirked their duties in order to take part in some activism. 

We have a governmental structure paid for by YOU the tax-paying citizens of America, that includes activism, and paid sabatuers that have taken it upon themselves to overthrow a sitting president. 

A man duly, and fairly elected by the people, for the people. A man who made it his mission to drain Washington D.C. of the same parasitic behavior that is on center display in these very people. 

Check it out:  

The Daily Wire had more on the story: 

During an interview last week, Attorney General William Barr gave an update on the criminal investigation into the origin of the Obama-era FBI counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign, saying that a “willful if small group of people” were involved in an attempt to “topple” the Trump administration.

Barr made the remarks in an interview with Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberley Strassel in which he noted that he was “in a position in life where I can do the right thing and not really care about the consequences.”

Strassel wrote:

He reminds me why he took the job in the first place: “The Department of Justice was being used as a political weapon” by a “willful if small group of people,” who used the claim of collusion with Russia in an attempt to “topple an administration,” he says. “Someone had to make sure that the power of the department stopped being abused and that there was accountability for what had happened.” Mr. Barr largely succeeded, in the process filling a vacuum of political oversight, reimposing norms, and resisting partisan critics on both sides.

Town Hall had this to say: 

Patience is wearing thin on the Durham investigation. President Trump and his campaign were spied on by the Department of Justice. Now, as collusion hysteria dies down due to the results of the 2020 election, new texts from disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok shows that the DOJ was investigating Trump before the counterintelligence probe was officially launched against his campaign team. There are two different timelines here. The dates are off (via The Federalist):

Newly declassified text messages from former FBI agent Peter Strzok suggest that the FBI began investigating then-presidential candidate Donald Trump and his campaign before the Crossfire Hurricane investigation was opened.

While the FBI claims that investigations into Trump’s campaign began with the opening of Crossfire Hurricane on July 31, 2016, communications between Strzok and his alleged mistress, FBI special counsel Lisa Page, show that the agent asked Page to discuss “[o]ur open C[counter-]I[ntelligence] investigations relating to Trump’s Russian connections” with him on July 28, 2016.

Corporate media such as the New York Times suggested that there was no evidence that agents like Strzok were “eager to investigate Mr. Trump’s campaign” and that it was former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos’s comments that sparked the investigation.

Former FBI Director James Comey denied knowledge of any investigation until “sometime towards the end of September 2016.”


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