Trump blasts Barr, claims Durham has disappeared from the planet


In a scathing rebuke of Barr, Trump lets loose in an open letter. Many of us were concerned with Barr from the get go. His announcement at his confirmation hearing that he was best friends with Horowitz gave us plenty to give pause.

Here we have the real story on the weasel Bill Barr.

In this OAN interview Natalie Harp outlines the duplicitous history of Bill Barr’s former statements relating to voter fraud and mail-in ballot fraud.  After laying out the background of Barr’s statements as Attorney General, President Trump’s spokesperson Liz Harrington responds directly to the current position of Barr. It is followed by Trump’s letter.



H/T: Conservative Tree House

A pretty damning clip knowing what we know now. Of course he slid through his confirmation hearing.

Barr and Mueller are friends?




Here is an earlier “tell.”

Check out the earlier post Trump’s tweet, Barr’s response and failed Jessie Liu – the intersect

Via NBC) […] The former U.S. attorney whose office oversaw the Roger Stone prosecution resigned from the Trump administration Wednesday, two days after President Donald Trump abruptly withdrew her nomination for a top job at the Treasury Department.

Jessie Liu

Why did Barr ever think Jessie Liu was worth promoting to a critical role in treasury? and worse to the DOJ #3 post before that. As soon as Barr was confirmed he was her champion. She was involved with Mueller including the Stone and McCabe cases. Keep it in mind as we go through this:……….







The best of the swamp today.


21 Responses to “Trump blasts Barr, claims Durham has disappeared from the planet”

  1. Baysider Says:

    I’d leave out slow moving, and go with pathetic. Or pitiable. As in “the pitiable Mitt Romney.”

    Swamp creatures know each other and the murky depths of their habitation. Who knew that developing a major project in NY City of all places would be child’s play compare to what’s lurking in the swamp? So many of the professional advisors and hangers on are also swamp critters. The few that aren’t suffer from the same “deficit” as Trump – unfamiliarity with the regular and persistent advancement of self over law and justice and connections to minions who will assist them.

    Historically, groups gravitate to and perpetuate common pursuits:
    Germans dominated piano making and beer worldwide
    Italians, shoes
    Jews, the apparel industry
    Self-centered narcissists, entertainment
    Tenebrous power grabbers, the swamps of government (or “big” unions)

    And Kid, the one name that comes to mind left voluntarily and has been dead for over 200 years: G Washington. If the SCOTUS counts as “federal government” – which maybe, sorta it does loosely – then Clarence Thomas.

    Liked by 2 people

    • kidme37 Says:

      Good point on the SC. I’d also say Alito has a good record but without a reliable majority the SC hasn’t been doing much for us.

      Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      The few that aren’t suffer from the same “deficit” as Trump – unfamiliarity with the regular and persistent advancement of self over law and justice and connections to minions who will assist them.

      You summed it up completely…


  2. geeez2014 Says:

    If ONLY he’d leave out “slow moving” and “pathetic”….I get why he uses those childish words but they’re words I’d originally write and then edit when I’d calmed down ….and more people would HEED what’s written without the name calling.
    Boy, do I MISS DONALD J TRUMP….silly words and all.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      The man has been under attack since the day he declared to run for office. He has spent millions fighting false claims, impeachments, and general lies. Millions of documents produced, and they will hound him until his last days.
      Yet, we are unhappy with what he says at times. We should think about where we would be without his last four years.


  3. Mustang Says:

    Trump’s inability to choose the right people as his advisors and functionaries is amazing given his executive experience. And then, having made his selection, he fires them and castigates them in open letters and other media. It makes me wonder if I’m not listening to Romper Room children bickering over a toy. I don’t understand any of this, quite frankly, because what the president is supposed to be doing is surrounding himself with people who are GOOD for America more than they are GOOD for him. The Democrats don’t have that problem, apparently, because any old ideologue will do. The swamp didn’t go away … and I have to agree with Kid.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I think in the end he had put together a good team. I think he first tried people he chose were those in businesses but their egos were such they could not take direction,. He is not a politician and I think it stings more than you can imagine to learn you have been betrayed. Politicos know that is how the game is played.These people are a different breed.
      I come from a family and family members that has been in many businesses. I can tell you there is great pain to learn someone has betrayed or done things against your interests whom you thought were friends.
      I agree it is not in his interest to attack … but we got what we got… and I am grateful. He is risking it all. Can’t ask for more than that. An imperfect man he is,

      Liked by 1 person

    • geeez2014 Says:

      Trump was no insider and didn’t know who was trustworthy; I blame his advisors or him for not listening to advisors. what an ugly world the world of politics can be….or IS always.
      Look at Biden, he’s been there almost 50 years and well knows who he can trust to keep their yaps shut about destroying America in ways we’d never dreamed

      Liked by 1 person

  4. markone1blog Says:


    Why can’t this be a “blast” more like the type that Dick Cheney practiced?


  5. hocuspocus13 Says:


    … Wouldn’t You?

    Liked by 4 people

  6. kidme37 Says:

    Quick, name someone in the federal government who is worth a S*

    Liked by 5 people

  7. peter3nj Says:

    While it is said the sins of the dead don’t follow them to the grave, the sins of today’s left don’t follow or stop them while they’re still breathing.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Linda Says:

    I’m starting to believe that Barr is a liar…and there is no Durham report. Like I said to my husband last night, “What Durham report?” He has seemingly disappeared. Sad but true…swampy, swampy, swampy.

    Liked by 3 people

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