Bill Barr is a self-serving human being, desperate to redeem his reputation in a losing cause, but, like a broken clock that is still right twice a day, Barr is the blind hog that finds an acorn every now and then. Of course, in this case, his revelation is as shocking as someone saying the sun will rise in the East tomorrow. He says if we want equal justice, we need to get rid of Joe Biden.
But, will that really do the trick? No. There will still be plenty of Democrats willing to sell their souls for power. But, getting rid of Biden would be a good start. The first thing Republicans need to do is to eliminate the FBI and the DOJ. We must make sure the James Comeys, Christopher Wrays, and the Bill Barrs never get their tiny fists wrapped around those agencies ever again. Just like NPR, they are wholly owned by the Democratic party.
When Barr was the boss at the DOJ, he allowed the FBI and the DOJ to run roughshod over President Trump and any of his allies, they could get their hands on and when it was obvious that all was not right with the 2020 election, not only did Barr not investigate, he played cover-up for the Democrats. Now, Joe Biden has the FBI and the DOJ working overtime to prevent President Trump from taking back the people’s house and to set this country on the road to recovery.
Now Barr says:
“That’s what I tried to do — use one standard equally for both sides,” Barr said.
If Americans believe, for example, the White House pressured the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate parents unhappy with their school boards and unequally applied justice to rioters on the right as compared to rioters on the left, the “American Framers believed the check on that is political,” Barr told The Federalist. That means electing a president whose attorney general will not preside over a corrupt and unequal administration of justice, he said, as well as more impartial local district attorneys and prosecutors.
When reminded that means at least another two years of watching the U.S. Justice Department under Biden use its powers to prosecute Americans based on their political beliefs instead of the law, Barr nodded and replied, “That’s how the system works.”