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AG Bill Barr is Risking It All to Save DOJ, Stop Coup of ‘a Democratically Elected President’

Barr demonstrated his courage in a CBS News interview.

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Attorney General Bill Barr is unfazed by the unhinged attacks on his character from desperate Democrats, and he is willing to take the heat in order to clean up what he feels are corrupt practices within the U.S. justice system.

He appeared on CBS News for an interview where he explained why he emerged from private life for a second stint as AG nearly thirty years after serving under President George H.W. Bush.

“I am at the end of my career,” Barr said. “Everyone dies and I am not, you know, I don’t believe in the Homeric idea that you know, immortality comes by, you know, having odes sung about you over the centuries, you know?”

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Barr understood it would be inevitable that he would be attacked due to the “hyper-partisan period of time” in our national politics. Barr maintains that he will continue “behaving responsibly and calling them as [he] see[s] them” despite the fact that “nowadays, people don’t care about the merits and the substance.”

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“They only care about who it helps, who benefits, whether my side benefits or the other side benefits, everything is gauged by politics,” Barr said.

“And as I say that’s antithetical to the way the department runs and any attorney general in this period is going to end up losing a lot of political capital and I realize that and that’s one of the reasons that I ultimately was persuaded that I should take it on because I think at my stage in life, it really doesn’t make any difference,” he added.

Barr has no regrets taking the job despite the position’s headaches. He feels that his leadership is needed during these troubled times because public trust needs to be restored in the justice system now that FBI spook Robert Mueller’s special counsel has concluded.

“In many ways, I’d rather be back in my old life but I think that I love the Department of Justice, I love the FBI, I think it is important that we not, in this period of intense partisan feeling, destroy our institutions,” Barr said.

He has had a “good, professional working relationship” with President Trump thus far. His predecessor, Jeff “Mr. Magoo” Sessions, recused himself from the Mueller investigation and refused to do his job to reign in the abuses that have brought tremendous shame to the FBI and DOJ and divided the country needlessly.

Barr denies that Trump has done anything in particular to damage our nation’s institutions, and he believes that Trump hired him to undo the damage caused by the abusive practices of the entrenched bureaucracy that have harmed public faith in the rule of law.

“I think one of the ironies today is that people are saying that it’s President Trump that’s shredding our institutions. I really see no evidence of that,” Barr said.

“From my perspective, the idea of resisting a democratically elected president and basically throwing everything at him and you know, really changing the norms on the grounds that we have to stop this president, that is where the shredding of our norms and our institutions is occurring,” he added.

Right now, Barr is investigating the investigators and has tasked bulldog U.S. Attorney John Durham to figure out how the entire Russian collusion probe started. Trump is suggesting that those responsible are guilty of “treason,” and Democratic leaders are quivering as a result.

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WATCH: Minnesota Republican Went to Project Veritas with Dem Ballot Harvesting Scam Because FBI Cannot Be Trusted

The FBI is apparently on board with the vote steal.

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A Minnesota Republican legislator who was influential in getting information to Project Veritas about Democrat ballot harvesting in Minneapolis has said that he did not go to the FBI with the allegations because he did not feel they would be properly investigated.

“I was not convinced that they were going to do an investigation and go in there,” Minnesota state representative Steve Drazkowski said of the FBI in an interview with right-wing pundit Michelle Malkin on Monday.

Because he could not trust the deep state, Drazkowski went to journalist James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas outlet instead. Veritas has exposed liberals engaging in corruption for years, and the Democrats have tried unsuccessfully to discredit him as a result of his sting operations.

“When we got to that primary beginning, one of the first things I saw…was a candidate for office that was sharing their frustration with the Somali community about the corruption they were seeing and wanted it to be cleaned up, and they wanted this to be America and not something that was corrupt,” Drazkowski explained.

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“A few days later, there was another video that arrived, and it was one of the opponents of that individual really kind of sticking out their chest and boasting about how good their campaign was and how poor the individual who shared this about the integrity problem was,” he added.

The interview clip can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported on how Veritas’ revelations have resulted in Minneapolis police investigating the ballot-harvesting scheme allegedly connected to Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN):

The Minneapolis Police Department has confirmed that it is actively investigating allegations of felony voter fraud and ballot harvesting after a bombshell Project Veritas report revealed that Democrat campaign operatives connected to Ilhan Omar have been carrying out an industrial-scale harvesting operation…

Campaign staffer Liban Mohamed can be seen in the sting openly boasting about possessing more than 300 ballots intended to elect Minneapolis councilor Jamal Osman in his car. Minnesota law only allows one individual to deliver up to three mail-in ballots for another person. It’s questionable as to why the Minneapolis Police Department are yet to make arrests, considering Mohamed is quite literally admitting to a serious election law felony on camera…

Another individual involved with the ballot harvesting ring goes on to confirm that unmarked ballots are being delivered to “people who work with Ilhan Omar” to be marked for a preferred slate of Democrat candidates. This is an even more serious violation of election fraud and identity theft.

Minnesota has suddenly become a critical swing state, with many predicting a conservative backlash to a summer of Black Lives Matter riots and crime. Even a small collection of fraudulent harvested ballots could swing the results of the state’s election, and even the national presidential contest.

With the FBI unwilling or unable to investigate actual corruption, perhaps they ought to be disbanded or replaced with an agency that will actually protect America’s electoral integrity.

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