This Was Treason …Someone Has to Go To Jail

This Was Treason …Someone Has to Go To Jail

After Mueller submitted his report to Barr in March, the attorney general released a four-page summary letter to Congress. Barr's letter framed the debate about the probe over the next few weeks and, White House officials believe, allowed Trump to declare victory before the release of the full report, the contents of which are far more ambiguous.

"A lot of this has already been investigated, a substantial portion of it has been investigated and is being investigated by the Office of the Inspector General at the department", he said.

While the breadth of Huber, Durham, and Horowitz's investigations are unknown, when Barr testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month, he provided many clues to the scope of malfeasance the DOJ is looking at-and it appears to be a wide-ranging investigation.

Barr told Fox News that he appointed Durham because "no one has really looked across the whole waterfront".

"I feel very confident saying Mueller's going to testify", Schiff told ABC News. He continues to describe what happened to the Trump campaign as spying, and recently approached Nancy Pelosi at a D.C. event and asked her if she'd brought handcuffs-a quip referencing Democrat calls for Barr to be arrested. I am so proud of this attorney general that he is looking into it. Some of what things don't hang together, some of the explanations of what occurred.

Barr has already asked John Durham, the USA attorney in CT, to examine the origins of the Russian Federation investigation to determine whether intelligence and surveillance methods used during the probe were lawful and appropriate.

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Trump has made battling MS-13 and stopping illegal immigration a priority, and also has called for a cut-off in funds to El Salvador and other Central American nations who make up the bulk of would-be caravan migrants.

Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace said Friday that Attorney General Bill Barr was clearly protecting President Donald Trump.

In his tweets, Trump cited a Fox News poll released Thursday that found that 58 percent of voters think it is "at least somewhat likely the Federal Bureau of Investigation broke the law" when it first started investigating the Trump campaign. All of these questions, Barr explained, need be investigated.

Barr, however, isn't stopping there: According to his testimony, he is also reviewing the special counsel's investigation to determine what the special counsel looked into. "It was only a matter of time before the facts caught up to him", Nadler wrote in a statement published by Medium.

These questions are likely just a handful of those being asked by Barr and his team, all for the objective of answering the bottom-line question plaguing Barr: "How did we get to the point here where the evidence is now that the president was falsely accused of colluding with the Russians and accused of being treasonous and accused of being a Russian agent? Two years of [Trump's] administration have been dominated by allegations that have been proven false".

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