One Year Ago Today AG Barr Sworn In
One Year Later Corrupt Mueller Gang Coup Is Over But Deep State DOJ and FBI Still In Place
One year ago, Attorney General Barr was sworn in for his second stint as Attorney General. A year later the corrupt Mueller investigation is over but the Deep State is still very much in control of the DOJ and FBI.
President Trump fired incompetent and potential traitor AG Jeff Sessions the day after the 2018 election. Sessions had recused himself from doing his duties as soon as he was swore in as AG in 2017 and never told the President his intentions. His actions led to the corrupt gang of DOJ, FBI and other Deep State actors who put a coup into action to have President Trump removed from office. The only real alternative that the President ever mentioned for Session’s replacement was former Attorney General Bill Barr.
Barr came in and no doubt on his first day discovered that there was no Russia collusion. The entire Mueller investigation was based on lies that we now know were known before President Trump was sworn in to office. He handled the corrupt Mueller – Weissmann sham instantly.
Here’s how we reported Mueller’s first days in office on May 2, 2019, after the Muller coup was over:
Barr told us yesterday that he met with Mueller (no Mueller’s not a man of integrity – his appointments to the Special Counsel absolutely prove it- Weissmann, Strzok, Page, Rhee, etc…). Mueller told Barr that he (Mueller) was unable to come to a conclusion on President Trump and obstruction. Barr said he didn’t understand Mueller’s thinking and he asked Mueller to clarify which Mueller was unable to do and had to get back to him on why he wasn’t declining to recommend obstruction charges on President Trump. Barr then requested that Mueller provide the report with all grand jury items notated. So boom – Barr shut down the most corrupt investigation in US history on what sounds like his first day!
The next big move that Barr made was to keep DAG Rod Rosenstein on until the Special Counsel was over. It’s unknown why Rosenstein agreed to do this. We know Rosenstein’s actions are corrupt. He approved the members of the Mueller team, in spite of their numerous conflicts, in direct conflict with the law. Rosenstein hired Mueller who had obvious conflicts, the day after Mueller was turned down for FBI Director. And, we know now from Barr yesterday, that Rosenstein did not replace Mueller in spite of President Trump’s requests to put someone who wasn’t conflicted in that position. Despite all this, Barr keeps on Rosenstein so that he could have a co-signer on his four page announcement of Mueller’s conclusions.
Mueller next tried to put President Trump and his AG Barr a precarious position. He and Weissmann decided to provide Barr a report with no grand jury items notated in spite of Barr requesting that Mueller provide this information. No doubt creepy Mueller and Weissmann wanted to put Barr in a bind. They did this so that they and Democrats could complain about Barr taking too long to release the report and accuse Barr of editing the report. This is where Barr masterfully handled Mueller and his creepy and corrupt team’s political actions.
Barr in a matter of a couple days, took the Mueller report and drafted a separate report on March 24, 2019. He stated yesterday that he knew Americans were eager to read the Mueller report and he wanted to get the message out with conclusions of the report. Barr explained that this was not a summary and rather a report with Mueller report conclusions. Barr reported that Mueller found no evidence of collusion. He used quotes from the Mueller report.
Barr then did something that will go down in history as one of the boldest, most courageous and smartest moves of anyone in the past century to save the republic. Barr noted that he and Rod Rosenstein looked at the evidence presented by Mueller on obstruction and in three short paragraphs he explained that he and Rosenstein came to the conclusion that there is no legal reason to indict the President on obstruction –
The report’s second part addresses a number of actions by the President – most of which have been the subject of public reporting – that the Special Counsel investigated as potentially raising obstruction-of-justice concerns. After making a “thorough factual investigation” into these matters, the Special Counsel considered whether to evaluate the conduct under Department standards governing prosecution and declination decisions but ultimately determined not to make a traditional prosecutorial judgment. The Special Counsel therefore did not draw a conclusion – one way or the other – as to whether the examined conduct constituted obstruction. Instead, for each of the relevant actions investigated, the report sets out evidence on both sides of the question and leaves unresolved what the Special Counsel views as “difficult issues” of law and fact concerning whether the President’s actions and intent could be viewed as obstruction. The Special Counsel states that “while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.”