Hey, AG Barr: What happened to ALL those criminal referrals Republicans have sent to DoJ?

If Barr doesn't do anything about the Deep State corruption then it'll take a revolution to fix it

Washington DC, May 13, 2019. At the 31st Annual Candlelight Vigil two Deputy United States Marshals were honored along with 369 other law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty, 158 of which died in 2018. The Families of DUSM Chase White and Chris Hill were in attendance as U.S. Marshals Director Donald Washington read their names. rrIn attendance were U.S. Attorney General William Barr and Memorial Fund Chairman John Ashcroft delivered poignant remarks. Attorney General Barr commenced the reading of the fallen officers’ names. The vigil was held at the National Mall between Seventh and 12th streets NW.rrPhoto by: Shane T. McCoy / US Marshals

By Jon Dougherty

(TNS) Attorney General William Barr managed to accomplish something this week that is very rare in divided Washington.



He sparked bipartisan outrage over a proposal to dramatically — and unconstitutionally — expand the Justice Department’s power to indefinitely confine people during the coronavirus emergency.



POLITICO reported:

The Justice Department has quietly asked Congress for the ability to ask chief judges to detain people indefinitely without trial during emergencies — part of a push for new powers that comes as the novel coronavirus spreads throughout the United States.

Documents reviewed by POLITICO detail the department’s requests to lawmakers on a host of topics, including the statute of limitations, asylum and the way court hearings are conducted. POLITICO also reviewed and previously reported on documents seeking the authority to extend deadlines on merger reviews and prosecutions.

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The news site went on to claim that President Donald Trump has already used the coronavirus-related national emergency declaration “for heightening border restrictions and restricting asylum claims. He has also pushed for further tax cuts as the economy withers, arguing it would soften the financial blow to Americans. And even without policy changes, Trump has vast emergency powers that he could deploy right now to try to slow the coronavirus outbreak.”

Apples to oranges. The border restrictions are necessary and proper given that the president has also ordered travel bans and cross-border restrictions on both Canada and Mexico.

What Barr is asking for, however, is much more. And much worse. Article I, Section 9 of the Constitution expressly prohibits the suspension of habeas corpus “unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the public safety may require it.”

The response was swift, negative, and bipartisan.

Meanwhile, as Barr seems uniquely interested in expanding the powers of his Justice Department in an exploitative manner during the coronavirus outbreak, we have to ask him a question: What is going on with all of those criminal referrals Republican lawmakers have sent to the DoJ over the past two years related to blatant, obvious violations of law?

In April 2018 we reported that a criminal referral had been sent to DoJ against fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for lying to federal investigators (the crime Michael Flynn was charged with and convicted for). We know what Barr did with this one: He refused to prosecute.

In October 2018, Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) made the a criminal referral to DoJ for porn lawyer Michael Avenatti and his client Julie Swetnick for allegedly lying to Congress regarding her allegations that Justice Brett Kavanaugh, in high school, helped drug girls so they could be gang-raped. Disposition: Unknown, though Avenatti’s been convicted by the Feds for trying to shake down Nike.

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In November 2018, Grassley sent a second criminal referral to DoJ regarding the Kavanaugh crap show put on by Democrats trying to derail his nomination. He referred Judy Munro-Leighton to the DoJ for an investigation into alleged violations of making materially false statements to the committee as well as obstructing the panel’s probe into the allegations against the new justice. Disposition: Unknown.

In April 2019 Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) prepared several criminal referrals on, among other things, the FBI’s purposeful tanking of the Hillary probe. Disposition: Unknown.

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In May 2019, a group of House Republicans sent a criminal referral to DoJ for Nellie Ohr, wife of Justice Department official Bruce Ohr, over her role in Spygate. According to emails, Nellie Ohr regularly sent “open-source intelligence” to not only her husband but also to several of his colleagues as well, including at least three DOJ prosecutors: Lisa Holtyn, Ivana Nizich and Joseph Wheatley. This “raises questions of both conflict of interest and possible false testimony,” The Hill‘s John Solomon wrote. Disposition: Unknown.

Meanwhile, fired FBI Director James Comey has also been let off the hook for allegedly lying to federal investigators…by Barr.

And while several other FBI operatives have been fired over their involvement in Spygate, Bruce Ohr remains at DoJ and nobody has been charged with any crimes that include lying to Congress and federal agents, defrauding the FISA Court, and literally plotting to overthrow a duly elected president.



We’ve also yet to see any results from the criminal investigation into the origins of the Russiagate hoax being conducted by U.S. Attorney John Durham, though Barr says it is continuing despite the coronavirus outbreak.

The question is…why?

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.50cal
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.50cal

I prefer street justice to deep state DOJ assfaggot justice!

I pray every day for God Almighty to crush my enemies!

EMPD
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EMPD

Replace Barr with Sidney Powell.

Ellen peba
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Ellen peba

And now chucky’s threats against the SC…all of this crap swept under the rug?

Robert Powell
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Robert Powell

Barr is a deep stater. Look at his history during 911.

Brewster
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Brewster

I hate to keep repeating myself but here goes again : The tree of liberty will need to be refreshed, from time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants. ( Thomas Jefferson )
We keep waiting for government to police itself. Ain’t gonna happen. Time to remind them who they work for.
MAGA

Nowheres Near Tired
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Nowheres Near Tired

Where is Sean Hannity to reassure us all about the inexcusable delays in prosecution. Now I understand why Hannity talks about all the working out he does. It’s because he carries more Trump water than is humanly possible.

Don’t get me wrong. I like Trump but his AG picks have been disasters for the public and his dropping the ball is problematic. Trump also said the Clintons were good people. So there’s that.

VAK
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VAK

Now that the Democrat virus has been unleashed those who committed crimes will board the Hillary ‘free ride’ train. Get used to it.

tired of waiting
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tired of waiting

Dam curious as well about the lack of results AG Barr, you want to freaking get with the program and fix things or you just going to let the country go to crap because you let criminals walk. You’re not protecting anything if you do you’re just proving it’s already lost and there is no justice and America is not the land of the free but the duped.

Everett Miller
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Everett Miller

only possibility is that Barr is readying a RICO statute type prosecution; preparing a coordinated bust against the Organized Crime conspiracy whereby total secrecy is mandatory–then,. . . . . .bam! All of a sudden, in the middle of the night, 30 of them get arrested all at once; indicted on many counts of criminal conspiracy and obstruction of justice. Many of these high-level criminals have 20 or 30 separate Felony Counts against them; drop them all at once. Bam. Hey, I can hope, can’t I? What else can we do but wait to see the Coming Second Revolution as… Read more »

James
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ahahahahahahaah
I have some ocean front property in Arizona if you think Barr is moving on the deep state.
hahahahaahahah
right after him and his wife leave Mueller’s house after having Sunday tea after church, he’ll be right on it.

Uncle Sam
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One could tell Barr was another Deep State plant as soon as he refused to prosecute Comey as was recommended by his own IG. Then we have his fake outrage about the murder of Epstein that happened in the New York Federal jail while only the video cameras outside of his cell were turned off, and both correctional officers that were supposed to be guarding him were signed in, but missing. All we ever get from Barr is fake outrage followed by nothing. President Trump needs to select someone that he trusts and that has never served in the US… Read more »

Gvillewill
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Gvillewill

The 17th amendment is the root of all of this. The Senators were designed by the Constitution to be advocates for and subject to their respective States. With the 17th amendment, they became free agents who can be bought.
I have come to believe that the “Convention of States” route is our only real avenue to right the ship.

Nobody
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Nobody

In the current media ‘climate’ surrounding the president, and all things justice…there is no doubt in my mind that IF any of these prosecutions went to trial, the media would spin them all relentlessly into ‘Trump be dictator’ and mislead everyone on everything going on. Another problem in bringing a lot of these cases to trial is that most of the fact witnesses are (in fact) co-conspirators that would no doubt cover for those on trial. I think really that we are on the verge of a Nuremburg style event in which larger charges will be brought against a much… Read more »

NJLamer
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NJLamer

Barr needs to be reminded about who he works for… And it’s not the Democrats.

Fred Ward
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Fred Ward

This claim has been debunked. It never happened.

D3F1ANT
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D3F1ANT

Barr turned out to be another swamp rat.

RLABruce
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RLABruce

If there aren’t a whole lot of Deep State indictments, subpoenas and desperate Leftists’ plea bargaining by summer, our Republic is over, and our two-tier justice system becomes permanent. Then you can look forward to increasingly outrageously illegal behavior from the Deep State that will continue to be ignored, while Conservatives continue to be jailed and prosecuted for the least offenses. At some point soon thereafter, anarchy shall begin as citizens start seeking their own justice that our society denies them. This will be followed by a Police State that makes China look like a free country. When this causes… Read more »

ballgame17
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ballgame17

In 9 months Barr will be a out of government again.; he knows it and is slow-walking everything. BUT, watch at the stroke of his tenure’s midnight he’ll state that they had things ready to go but a new administration has to follow -up —meaning everything dies. I despise our government, especially “Justice” .

NankyJane
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Time to subpoena Barr’s emails. Who are his best buddies? Who is he talking to? Send the entire DOJ home for COVID then send a forensic team in and find out what is going on in the DOJ. Then pink slip them, arrest them but get rid of them.

Marilyn Renee
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No wonder all of the criminals in our government think they can do whatever they want. Barr is a massive mistake. Until justice is for all, we are a nation to be most pitied. President Trump, find a just man, if possible today. Such protection for the illegal acts of our elected officials, is insidious practice in a structured society and is what causes the fall of nations. How bad does it have to get?

ScotL
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ScotL

When Barr had the opportunity to prosecute a conservative for saying something bad about a demoncrat politician, Barr was all over it and got it done.

Larry Folds
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Larry Folds

I said a year ago Barr is a man not to be trusted. He only cares about Barr. I’m still waiting for those classified documents Trump gave him to release. I’m still waiting for Huber and Durham. I’ll be waiting a long time. I’m still waiting for justice in Ruby Ridge Barr hid from the public.

Bob
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Bob

It’s exactly what Barr did when he was AG before.
I’m still furious over people not looking this guy up during confirmation hearings. We literally had a history of corruption with this pos and all I saw was high praises for his “integrity” instead of reminders that he screwed America before. He knows, quite frankly, you’re not going to do anything about it because you don’t actually love your country.

lonestarlizard
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lonestarlizard

Barr and Durham have exhausted the national supply of whitewash in order to cover up and ignore the criminal cabal’s seditious activities. Sad, but certainly not unexpected. The swamp creatures always, always protect their own species.

Edward smith
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Edward smith

Barr will prosecute toilet paper hoarders but let Hillary, Comey, et al walk free despite a mountain of evidence to convict them of treason. Why?

Bruce in AZ
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Bruce in AZ

No accountability for a conspiracy against the president by the Obama admin. Two years of lies, and the persecution of innocent people.

Vic Anderson
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Vic Anderson
dan can
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dan can

1. Rules for me and rules for thee. 2. You can do anything you want, just don’t get caught. 3. If caught see rule 1.

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