Saturday, May 18, 2019

AG Barr: Yeah, I Agree That The Trump-Russia Collusion Investigation Looked Like A Witch Hunt

By Town Hall, May 17, 2019

Attorney General William Barr sat down with Fox News’ Bill Hemmer for a brief interview in El Salvador. The attorney general is part of a packed event discussing anti-gang activities. Last night, the preview of the interview was aired, showing that Barr is going to investigate the investigators concerning the Trump-Russia collusion nonsense because we need to know that the government was doing in 2016. Barr aptly noted that if we’re worried about foreign influence in elections, we should be equally concerned about government officials abusing their power and possibly tipping the scales during the 2016 election. He did not say that’s what happened, but he noted that he has more questions than answers after starting to review the origins of this investigation and added that the explanations he’s received “don’t hang together.”
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