Bill Barr is a brilliant legal mind.
Having said that, he is also part of the problem in the American political world.
He is deeply embedded in the establishment.
Like or hate Trump, Bill Barr may have been a bigger misjudgment than Jeff Sessions simply because Barr was never going to challenge the establishment rule, which he proved in his testimony regarding January 6.
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Here is my take on the election corruption narrative.
I have no idea if we will ever know if there were enough votes to swing an election nationally simply because it will never be honestly investigated.
When you have states like PA and Michigan come back telling us their elections were fine, yet dozens of problems clearly took place, you know they were corrupt.
Was it enough to swing a national election? Again, I have no idea, but I can tell you very bluntly that there is undoubtedly enough corruption in these elections to impact a local race.
Don’t believe me? Do some research on the recent elections in these two states that were swung by only manipulating a few dozen votes.
In this day and age, there is simply no reason to have corruption unless you want it, and that is the case in both Michigan and PA, among other states.
You cannot tell me that we don’t have the technology to ensure a completely honest and accurate election, yet there are problems in every election related to integrity.
To that point, Barr stated that he thought Trump was delusional about election integrity. His reasoning had nothing to do with the election and everything to do with wanting a peaceful transition of power.
Steve Bannon, who has since had a falling out with Trump, blasted Barr regarding his testimony, calling him an “establishment scumbag.”
He added, “We take this very seriously because 13 or 14 generations of this country have sacrificed to hand us the Republic we have, and we’re not going to be blown off by someone like Bill Barr.
“Bill Barr, we’re coming for you, bro.”
I would suspect that Barr was hand-picked by someone like Lindsey Graham or Mitch McConnell.
While Trump has gotten away from McConnell, he is still friends with Graham, which I do not understand.
How can you say you hate the establishment when one of the biggest establishment politicians in the business is one of your closest allies and confidants?
If Trump does run and win again, he must choose better advisers on choosing cabinet officials, and not a single one of them can be from the establishment that betrayed not just Trump, but betrays the average American conservative on a daily basis.
Source: The Hill