A blogger at a conspiracy theory website owned by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, having been jilted by the Attorney General William P. Barr’s findings that exonerated President Donald J. Trump from her own anti-Trump conspiracy theories, now wants Barr impeached.
“Instead of impeaching Trump why not impeach Barr?” allegedly conservative blogger Jennifer Rubin said on Twitter.
instead of impeaching Trump why not impeach Barr?
— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) April 10, 2019
Rubin pushed the mainstream media’s RussiaGate hoax for two years. As late as January, she suggested that Trump had committed a crime in his alleged dealings with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“There is no logical reason that Trump would be going to such efforts to keep everyone else from knowing what he told Putin if there was not something embarrassing/incriminating. Otherwise, those records would be essential for his own senior staff,” she said.
There is no logical reason that Trump would be going to such efforts to keep everyone else from knowing what he told Putin if there was not something embarrassing/incriminating. Otherwise, those records would be essential for his own senior staff https://t.co/lQAXPcqLLG
— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) January 13, 2019
Now that her hysteria has been exposed by Barr, he has become her prime target. Trump haters in the media just know that Trump has acted improperly and must be impeached. Anyone who proves them wrong or disagrees is simply an obstacle that must be removed. The desperation is unbecoming.
This morning, Barr confirmed during a Senate hearing that he will investigate the Obama administration’s role in spying on the Trump campaign.
Big League Politics reported:
During his second day of Congressional testimony, Attorney General William P. Barr said that he plans to investigate whether authorities illegally spied on President Donald J. Trump’s campaign.
He told Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) that he thinks the “spying did occur” on the Trump campaign, much to her obvious chagrin, and then explained that the question is whether it was “adequately predicated.”
In other words, did the authorities, whom we know obtained a FISA warrant from a FISA court to spy on the Trump campaign, have good reason to do so, or was it all a politically motivated sham?
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