William Barr put Barack Obama on notice with these three words
For over a year, United State Attorney John Durham investigated the Russian collusion hoax.
Trump supporters are wondering if there will be more criminal charges.
And now William Barr put Barack Obama on notice with these three words.
So far there has been just one conviction in the Durham investigation.
FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith pled guilty to doctoring an email in the application process to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on Carter Page.
Since that announcement, both Trey Gowdy and disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok both predicted there would be no more charges in the Durham investigation.
That upset millions of Trump supporters who thought that the Deep State criminals and Barack Obama’s cronies who carried out the Russian collusion hoax would escape scot free.
But in an interview with NBC News, Attorney General William Barr threw cold water on the idea there would be no more criminal charges.
“No, I wouldn’t say that at all, no,” Barr said in response to NBC asking if the Clinesmith guilty plea would be the end of Durham’s indictments.
Barr also added that “There could be” more charges filed.
The Attorney General also made it clear that if Durham had to issue an interim report he would not let the election affect the decision to release it to the public.
“I don’t let that bother me. I’m going to do what I think is right and in the public interest,” Barr added. “As I already said, I’m conscious of the election and I don’t think any of the things that are being worked on are going to have an adverse effect on that. And I also think there’s strong public interest involved as well.”
Obama and his allies were hoping all of this would hold until after the election in hopes that Joe Biden wins and the new administration can just bury the findings or end the investigation entirely.
William Barr is putting them on notice that will not be the case.