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There is a Storm Coming

By Patrick Van Roy On May 18th, 2019

Please watch this 15 min interview with AG Barr. It tells us exactly what’s coming and it’s not going to be pretty.

18 Responses to “There is a Storm Coming”

  1. TLDW is it the same nonsense you always shout about the entire Obama administration going to jail? Because just like Uranium One, Bengazi, et Al I predict a big bag of nothing

  2. Does Barr here apologize for lying under oath to Congress?

  3. He did not lie to congress.

    And you’re right just like Benghazi, Uranium One, Fast and Furious, Lois Lerner at the IRS, the destruction of Sharyl Atkinsons life the Obama Administration ran a fascist government that attacked American Citizens civil rights and privacy for nothing but politics.

    They need to be charged with TREASON and when found guilty put to the mnaximum punishment starting with Comey, Brennin, Clapper and Lynch.

  4. Thanks for saving me the data on this nonsense

  5. Trump is planning to visit Ireland in a few weeks, and apparently there’s been a bit of a stand off with officials in DC planning the visit.

    Trump wanted to meet the Taoiseach by receiving him at Trump’s golf course in County Clare, but Leo told him seans ar bith!

  6. first thing first you are a canadian, not as bad as anyone else, but still a foreigner. As foreigners just like liberal Americans you just don’t get it.

    This is the United States of America and No matter the cycle sooner or later it always comes back to ALL PEOPLE ARE EQUAL UNDER THE LAW. That includes POLITICIANS.

    We have a self correcting system that allows things to drift in one direction or the other. It’ll go that way until they get so outrageous it provokes a response. That response is always administered by examples made using LAW.

    We have reached that point.

    They tried to frame a President of the United States. You don’t get more outrageous than that. Someone has to pay, examples need to be made.

    It’s that simple.

  7. Uranium One Bribery, Espionage via violation of the records act, and destruction of evidence are criminal acts. I understand that the Clintons would and do commit criminal activity they are grifters. The Obama Justice Department not only allowed the criminal activity they helped cover it up while spying on 20 AP reporters, 2 FOX Reporters, 1 Wapo Reporter, locking up 7 other reporters, all while framing a private citizen who was running for President.

    No heads are going to roll.

    I really don’t think you understand how these issues sit with a large portion of the American People and Especially the members of America’s Law Enforcement Community. It’s no longer a matter of Politics.

  8. a side note for all you gits who quote “factchecker” sites

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2019/05/18/the_lessons_of_poynters_retracted_unreliable_news_blacklist.html

  9. Uranium One was no scandal. It was fake news at its finest.

  10. bullshit Phantom 150 Million dollars exchanged hands and Obama stopped the investigation into it because he didn’t want his political heir investigated.

  11. Uranium One Deal: Obama Administration Complicit, Not Just | …
    http://www.nationalreview.com/2017/10/uranium-one-deal-obama-administration-doj...
    Obama’s Department of Justice cut a quiet and too-lenient plea deal with a Russian racketeer in a case that would’ve proved embarrassing to Obama and Hillary Clinton. … to merge into Uranium One …

    Author: Andrew C. Mccarthy

  12. “This is the United States of America and No matter the cycle sooner or later it always comes back to ALL PEOPLE ARE EQUAL UNDER THE LAW. That includes POLITICIANS.” if that is true, why has Trump not been charged with conspiracy and obstruction? Trump is treated above the law which, I agree, is un-Americian. Any other politician would be charged if they were responsible for what is detailed in the Mueller report.

  13. Trump wanted to meet the Taoiseach by receiving him at Trump’s golf course in County Clare, but Leo told him seans ar bith!

    That’s obviously homo-Hindi – what does it mean?

  14. NY

    Trump IS above the law for now. Mueller made it clear that the only reason he did not bring charges was because there is a “doctrine” that a sitting president cannot be indicted. It is up to Congress to impeach (LOL).

    Trump has lied about everything, before the campaign, during the campaign, and after being elected. Fittingly, he launched his campaign for the GOP nomination with a lie. That lie was a piece of paper which said he was worth $6.8 billion. The true figure was probably less than half that, which is the main reason he will fight to the bitter end to keep his tax returns private.

  15. Justin Amish (GOP congressman) just called for impeachment proceedings against Trump and slams Barr. He actually read the report, unlike Troll.

    Here are my principal conclusions:

    1. Attorney General Barr has deliberately misrepresented Mueller’s report.
    2. President Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct.
    3. Partisanship has eroded our system of checks and balances
    4. Few members of Congress have read the report.

    I offer these conclusions only after having read Mueller’s redacted report carefully and completely, having read or watched pertinent statements and testimony, and having discussed this matter with my staff, who thoroughly reviewed materials and provided me with further analysis.

    In comparing Barr’s principal conclusions, congressional testimony, and other statements to Mueller’s report, it is clear that Barr intended to mislead the public about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s analysis and findings.

    ‏Barr’s misrepresentations are significant but often subtle, frequently taking the form of sleight-of-hand qualifications or logical fallacies, which he hopes people will not notice.

    Under our Constitution, the president “shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” While “high Crimes and Misdemeanors” is not defined, the context implies conduct that violates the public trust.

    Contrary to Barr’s portrayal, Mueller’s report reveals that President Trump engaged in specific actions and a pattern of behavior that meet the threshold for impeachment.

    In fact, Mueller’s report identifies multiple examples of conduct satisfying all the elements of obstruction of justice, and undoubtedly any person who is not the president of the United States would be indicted based on such evidence.

    Impeachment, which is a special form of indictment, does not even require probable cause that a crime (e.g., obstruction of justice) has been committed; it simply requires a finding that an official has engaged in careless, abusive, corrupt, or otherwise dishonorable conduct.

    While impeachment should be undertaken only in extraordinary circumstances, the risk we face in an environment of extreme partisanship is not that Congress will employ it as a remedy too often but rather that Congress will employ it so rarely that it cannot deter misconduct.

    Our system of checks and balances relies on each branch’s jealously guarding its powers and upholding its duties under our Constitution. When loyalty to a political party or to an individual trumps loyalty to the Constitution, the Rule of Law—the foundation of liberty—crumbles.

    We’ve witnessed members of Congress from both parties shift their views 180 degrees—on the importance of character, on the principles of obstruction of justice—depending on whether they’re discussing Bill Clinton or Donald Trump.

    Few members of Congress even read Mueller’s report; their minds were made up based on partisan affiliation—and it showed, with representatives and senators from both parties issuing definitive statements on the 448-page report’s conclusions within just hours of its release.

    America’s institutions depend on officials to uphold both the rules and spirit of our constitutional system even when to do so is personally inconvenient or yields a politically unfavorable outcome. Our Constitution is brilliant and awesome; it deserves a government to match it.

  16. Barr is an embarrassment of an AG. Misstating facts, waving political poms poms for his boss, spouting Trump twitter catch phrases, fumbling for laughable excuses, and attacking his own DOJ.

    Barr, like so many other Trump officials who’ve sold out, sees himself as part of a heroic narrative of saving the country. It’s the kind of thing you tell yourself for one more chance to sniff the throne.

  17. ho hum Daphne a Republican from “Michigan” that in itself is a contradiction. However you can find 20 or 30 republicans with power that would like nothing better than to see Trump impeached and at least 15 would be Senators.

    Bottom Line…. He’s the cleanest politician i9n the country and Mueller proved it.

    Now we hang dirty cops.

  18. I’ll agree Barry isn’t pretty. After that, the accuracy trails off.