On Wednesday, Attorney General Bill Barr sat down with the Senate Judiciary Committee to once again, answer questions for the Democrats who can’t seem to let go of their “Trump-Russia Collusion/Obstruction” pipe dream conspiracy theory.
Of course the Democrats are using this opportunity to slam Barr because they feel that he has “misrepresented” what the Mueller report said.
Many Republicans are getting tired of the Democrat’s games. One of these Republicans in particular is Senator Lindsey Graham who took the opportunity at the hearing to slam the corrupt Department of Justice along with lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Check out what the Gateway Pundit reported:
Chairman Lindsey Graham opened the hearing by revealing information on the corrupt DOJ process to exonerate Hillary Clinton of wrongdoing and indict Donald Trump and his campaign in a Russia collusion witch hunt.
Graham read several text messages between DOJ lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Page including their text calling Donald Trump a “f*cking idiot.”
Graham apologized to the children listening in for his language.
Senator Graham then later promised to investigate the FISA process and deep state corruption.
It’s astonishing that Democratic members of congress have issue with AG Barr’s summary of the Mueller report but seem to have no problem with members of the FBI plotting to take down the President of the United States.
In late March, Robert Mueller sent a letter to Attorney General Bill Barr complaining that Barr’s four page summary of the full Mueller report “did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance.”
Democrats are using this letter by Mueller to slam Barr as he testifies. Recent revelations however, suggest that the media along with congressional Democrats are taking Mueller’s words out of context and unfairly using them to slander the Attorney General.
When looking at the letter from Mueller in its entirety instead of picking and choosing sentences, the letter in no way criticizes AG Barr for his accuracy regarding the reporting of the special counsels findings, but instead takes issue with how the summary was released.
The memo “did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance of this office’s work and conclusions,” Mueller said in his letter to Barr. “There is now public confusion about critical aspects of the results of our investigation.”
A lot of AG Barr’s frustrations are directed at the way the media has reported his findings.
“In a cordial and professional conversation, the Special Counsel emphasized that nothing in the Attorney General’s March 24 letter was inaccurate or misleading,” a spokeswoman for the Justice Department told The Washington Post, in relation to a phone call between AG Barr and Mueller after Mueller’s letter. “But, he expressed frustration over the lack of context and the resulting media coverage regarding the Special Counsel’s obstruction analysis.”
AG Barr also doubled down saying, “I talked directly to Bob Mueller, not members of his team,” he said, adding: “Mueller never told me that the expression of the findings is inaccurate.”
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