90 Miles From Tyranny : 27 Problems With Media’s Latest Failed Attack On Attorney General William Barr

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

27 Problems With Media’s Latest Failed Attack On Attorney General William Barr

Every paragraph in the nearly 10,000-word New Yorker article has significant problems. Taken together, it is just one long string of innuendos insinuating that William Barr is evil.

Some days it seems as if Attorney General William Barr is one of very few adults in Washington, D.C. The highly respected attorney is serving his second tour at the head of the Department of Justice. The first was during the George H.W. Bush administration. A brilliant legal mind with a candid and no-nonsense attitude, Barr is able to withstand pressure from the media and other members of the Resistance.

Partisan media vehemently oppose Barr, partly for being an effective advocate of President Trump’s policies at the Department of Justice, but mostly for admitting and expressing concern about the Department of Justice’s role in the Russia collusion hoax that undermined the Trump administration.

Nearly the entire political media establishment worked with anonymous sources inside the government and Democratic offices to spread the false conspiracy theory that Trump was a traitor who had colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 election from Hillary Clinton. This false and dangerous conspiracy theory negatively affected national security and foreign policy, sidelined Barr’s predecessor at the Department of Justice, and generally made it difficult to run the executive branch or secure good political appointees to work in the administration.

As the media did with Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), who accurately raised the alarm about Russia collusion story, they have put out a series of attacks and hit pieces on Barr and John Durham, the federal prosecutor Barr appointed to investigate the FBI’s spying on the Trump campaign. The playbook is for the media and Democrats to discredit whomever they decide is a threat.

Rep. Adam Schiff, who spent years falsely claiming to hold evidence of treasonous collusion with Russia, called Barr “the second most dangerous man in America.” One Washington Post headline: “John Durham has a stellar reputation for investigating corruption. Some fear his work for Barr could tarnish it.” As in...

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  1. I will think highly of barr when I see some indictments.

    Lest we forget his part in the ruby ridge fiasco.

  2. with this administration I would have some hope that Mr Barr will at least be asking forgiveness for altering the course of justice in the ruby ridge aftermath and by aggressively pursuing this field of lies and deceit attempting to rectify his past action with the present.
    Mind you Charlie, I for one am not holding my breath on it. At this point Horowitz stinks and their is a odor from Barr's direction but the wind is still following towards him. I shall wait the winds of change.


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