Bill Barr Smears Donald Trump Without Seeing the Facts


Bill Barr sat down with Host Shannon Bream regarding last week’s indictment against Trump. As usual, he did his best to demonize Donald Trump even though he has only heard one side of the allegations in the indictment against Donald J. Trump. He knows he is tainting the jury pool as a former top law enforcement officer.

He argued that the incident is “very damning” for the Republican candidate, who has claimed he will continue running for president in 2024 even if he is convicted.

“If even half of [the indictment] is true, then he’s toast. It’s a very detailed indictment, and it’s very, very damning,” Barr said.

“This idea of presenting Trump as a victim here–the victim of a witch hunt–is ridiculous. Yes, he’s been a victim in the past. Yes, his adversaries have obsessively pursued him with phony claims, and I’ve been at his side defending him when he is a victim, but this is much different. He’s not a victim here,” Barr added. “He was totally wrong that he had the right to have those documents. Those documents are among the most sensitive secrets the country has.”


Could we see the evidence first? Barr is known as the Fixer and shouldn’t be considered credible by either side of the political equation. He has fixed things against the Left and the Right. Barr is a Bush-Cheney operative.

Donald Trump was indicted Friday on 37 federal counts, including willful retention of national defense information, conspiracy to obstruct justice, and false statements.

“They took one charge, and they made it 36 different times. And we have a thug who is in charge. This is a political hit job;” Donald Trump said. “Republicans are treated far differently at the Justice Department than Democrats,” Trump said in a speech at the Georgia Republican state convention.

It is true that almost all of the charges should be under the Records Act and are not criminal violations. The Supreme Court already decided that. The fact that they included nonsense makes them look bad. They also look bad because they’ve lied so much in the past, for example, Russia Gate. And they have refused to charge Democrats who have done the same thing.

Mark Levin has a point.

Barr is despicable for not waiting to hear the evidence. It’s unconscionable, and he’s doing it as an operative of the Bush-Cheney contingent of the Republican Party. It’s obvious, isn’t it?


Joe Biden and Mike Pence took classified documents as Vice Presidents. Bill Clinton had classified documents in his sock drawer. The Supreme Court already stated that Presidents can declassify documents and take them with them. DJT wanted them for his memoir.

Lawyers will disagree with these points, but for Barr to say he unequivocally has the truth is a lie.



  1. Barr is a bitter failure now relegated to appearing on left wing networks and the RINO Channel for propaganda purposes. He is reciting talking points, not detailing the documents. The main focus is on a letter from Obama and one from the NK leader.

    We all know the general details of this situation to know it is a hoax. I see guilt in Barr’s face. And he is now more embarrassed by being exposed as the one who hid evidence for the Bidens.

  2. Wonder how these freaks sleep at night??? The cesspool is wide and deep…and the ‘media’ swims in the deepest spots…

  3. Many of us hoped, rather desperately, that when Trump took office, he would make Mark Levin his AG. Instead we got Jeff “The Recuser” Sessions, and when it was finally figured out what a useless boob he was, we got Bill “The Fixer” Barr.

    “Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these, ‘It might have been.'” — John Greenleaf Whittier


    Edit: Oops, forget to identify myself … “Blank.” (to the extent that is any identification at all)

    • The senate makes someone the AG.

      Levin is an awful, double talking, RINO sophist. He trashed Trump all of 2016. Did you follow that? Why would Trump nominate someone who bitterly opposed him? Later, Levin opposed Trump on the stolen election, the fake J6 insurrection, covid mandates, and so on. Levin was Barr’s biggest fan, gave him soft interviews several times. Now Levin suddenly sees the light, after all the damage is done, but for career reasons only. He does this often.

      • I remember Levin, summer of ’16 I’m thinking, after some garbage regarding Roger Stone had floated to the surface, declaring, suddenly, out of the blue, “I’m now a never-Trumper!” I was listening that evening. And yes, Cruz having bowed himself out of contention (in May, was it?), Levin was pretty wobbly about Trump throughout the rest of the campaign.

        I can no longer remember what they were, but a couple of other bizarre positions Levin took throughout the next year or so had me becoming a less eager, more critical listener than I’d theretofore been. By early 2018 I’d had enough and shut him off.

        And it wasn’t long after that (since you brought up similar feelings about Glenn Beck the other day) that I also dumped my subscription to The Blaze and quit listening to him, too. Yes, he too often goes off in odd directions, but I still give him loads of credit for having been way out ahead of everybody else in exposing “Spooky Dude” George Soros for who and what he was. And he did the same with Burisma and Hunter Biden. (And if I’m not mistaken, he made a point of getting all the information he had unearthed into the hands of Ron Johnson … and finally … at long, long last … from what Chuck Grassley stood up and said today, it MIGHT actually be going somewhere, long-long road though it has been). Beck does have a rare talent for digging through mountains of stuff, and doing careful research, and exposing things long before anyone else has the slightest clue.

        Bottom line, they all love to hear themselves talk. Twelve years ago I’d have gone into withdrawal had anybody cut me off from Talk Radio. It was Glenn Beck for three hours, then Rush for three hours (and then a three-hour break, since I never could stomach Hannity), and then Levin for three hours.

        Those days are far behind, but I do not now disdain the years I listened. I learned a lot.

  4. Barr said ,

    ““He was totally wrong that he had the right to have those documents. Those documents are among the most sensitive secrets the country has.”

    And what about the documents Biden had? Were they not also sensitive secrets?

    If a President is not allowed to have those in his posession ( which is still not clear that he was not allowed ) then Biden was even LESS allowed to have them in his possession.

    It is a bigger effraction or crime to have those documents if you are not authorized at all than if you are a President or ex-President.

    It is kind of like getting into car accident, the person driving without a license is far more guilty than one who is in a similar accident but has a valid driver’s license.

    Biden is way more guilty than Trump.

    • Those documents are far from the most sensitive. Notice no one wants to discuss what those documents are, which is a tell tale sign of disinformation.


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