Democrats are afraid of Barr

I couldn’t believe the letter in the Sunday, May 19 News and Sentinel titled “Barr must be removed.”

Previously we had do-nothing attorney general Jeff Sessions. Before him, during the Obama administration, we had two of the worst attorneys general in history, Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch.

Now we have a real attorney general and the Democrats want him removed.

Bill Barr released the Mueller Report, almost totally unredacted, but now the Democrats want Barr to release the Mueller Report totally unredacted, which is a violation of federal law.

Barr did not by law have to release any of the Mueller Report to Congress or to the American public, but did so in the interest of transparency.

Barr never misrepresented the Mueller Report. Mueller himself stated he had no problem with Barr’s interpretation of his report.

To everyone except far left Democrats, the Mueller Report exonerated Trump or any wrongdoing. There was no collusion and no obstruction of justice. Trump cooperated fully with the Mueller investigation.

It has been determined that Russia had little to no impact on the results of the 2016 election.

In 2016, Trump was not president, Barack Obama was president and he was warned of possible Russian interference in the election but did nothing because he wanted Hillary elected.

The real reason that Democrats want Barr removed is because they are afraid of what Barr may uncover when he investigates the Deep State. Jim Comey, James Clapper, John Brennan and other corrupt officials of the Obama DoJ/FBI may be indicted for corruption and colluding with the Russians to get Hillary elected. Remember the dirty dossier Hillary paid for? Hillary may be indicted. Barr also wants to know what Obama knew and when he knew it.

Joe Biden and his son Hunter may have been colluding with the Ukrainians during the Obama administration. Bill Barr may find out.

The Democrats have a lot of fear with Barr investigating. No wonder they want him removed. With Barr’s help, Trump may succeed in draining the swamp.

Steve Wolverton