Attorney General William Barr made it quite clear, there will be “significant developments” coming from John Durham’s Obamagate investigation concerning the FBI, and Obama administrations spying on the Trump campaign. And AG Bill Barr made it quite clear that these bombshells will happen before the 2020 election.
Barr told Fox News’ “Hannity” on Thursday night:
“John Durham is an independent man, highly experienced, and his investigation is pursuing a pace.
There was some delay because of COVID, but I’m satisfied with the progress, and I’ve said there are going to be developments, significant developments before the election, but we’re not doing this on the election schedule.”
Learning from the lessons from the comical way in which disgraced former FBI Director James Comey’s handled the investigation of Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election cycle.
Barr told Hannity.
“We are aware of the election.
We’re not going to do anything inappropriate before the election, but we are not being dictated to by this schedule.
What’s dictating the timing of this are developments in the case.”
Barr noted a “development in the case” will be announced by the Justice Department on Friday, but the AG cautioned that “it’s not an earth-shattering development,” adding:
“It is an indication that things are moving along at the proper pace as dictated by the facts in this investigation.
When we feel we can prove a crime beyond a reasonable doubt, it will be charged, I can tell you that.”
Barr laughingly rejected the Democrat’s demand that the attorney general needs to be more politically correct when calling balls and strikes:
“As to the political correctness, if I was worried about being politically correct I wouldn’t have joined this administration.
As I made clear, I’m going to call them as I see them. I think I’m in a position to do that.”
As TuskerDaily reported, Democrats egregiously attacked AG William Barr during a House Judiciary Committee hearing in late July, where they had no interest in hearing answers to questions they asked.
Instead, over a dozen times when Bill Barr started answering a question put forth by a Democrat, he was rudely interrupted by their screeching, “I’m reclaiming my time.”