William Barr went on Fox News and what he said just changed everything
Attorney General William Barr is going public with his plans.
The Attorney General sat for his first interviews since taking over for Jeff Sessions.
And when William Barr went on Fox News he said the one thing that just changed everything.
When Barr said that the FBI spied on the Trump campaign during the 2016 election, the fake news media lost their minds.
They claimed you could not use the word “spy.”
But in an interview with Fox News Channel’s Bill Hemmer, Barr not only doubled down on the accusation that the FBI spied on the Trump campaign, but also added that the answers he was getting during the course of his investigation did not add up.
During a portion of an interview with the Fox News Channel aired on Thursday’s broadcast of “The Story,” Attorney General Bill Barr said that whether government officials abused their power should be looked at. He also stated that “a lot of the answers have been inadequate, and I’ve also found that some of the explanations I’ve gotten don’t hang together.”
Barr said, “I’ve been trying to get answers to questions, and I’ve found that a lot of the answers have been inadequate, and I’ve also found that some of the explanations I’ve gotten don’t hang together. So, in a sense, I have more questions today than I did when I first started.”
He added, “I think people have to find out what the government was doing during that period. If we’re worried about foreign influence, for the very same reason, we should be worried about whether government officials abuse their power and put their thumb on the scale.”
The ugly truth of what happened in 2016 is that the FBI and Obama administration likely broke the law with their spying on the Trump campaign.
That’s why Americans have seen a P.R. blitz from corrupt FBI officials like James Comey and James Baker.
They want to get their side of the story out on their terms before all the bad news breaks.
And as William Barr hinted to Fox News, there is plenty of bombshells still to drop in this story.