Accountability at the highest levels of government can be difficult and appear to swing like a pendulum. Bill Barr is back in the fray, arguing that allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 election are “bull.”
To say Barr’s political views have shifted in the previous two years is an understatement. Barr has lied, been wrongfully pardoned, and shown no consistency throughout his career. According to him, five Administration officials were convicted of equipping both sides in the Iran-Contra affair. Another was not yet tried, proving that justice is not served at the highest levels of government. Barr also misled about the contents of the Mueller Report to sway public opinion in favor of Donald Trump. Barr also stated that Trump’s actions are a “betrayal” of the office of President of the United States. Can we trust anything Barr says?
Looking back on Barr’s credibility, it’s fair to lump him in with Dr. Anthony Fauci and a slew of other people who have led the American people astray. If it’s easier to tell the truth in public, these people will have their job cut out for them. Tell the truth once, and you’ll never have to tell it again; lie once, and you’ll have to lie 1,000 times.
Barr appointed Crossfire Hurricane special counsel John Durham to investigate Russian collusion in the Trump administration. Durham and the Federal Bureau of Investigations have a history of slowing down investigations and, in some cases, not releasing any material at all. While the FBI was investigating or pretending to investigate the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop, Rudy Giuliani was the one who made the matter public for any actual action to occur.
Don’t kid yourself. Movement is still abruptly halted. Barr and Durham appear to have exploited the gradual roll of material to wait out Trump’s presidency and hope for a Democratic-led administration in the hopes of keeping the outcomes of the investigations beneath the public radar. It’s no secret that Biden’s images, emails, and business dealings have the potential to pull their administration down.
Corruption, along with suspicious suicides, encompasses a large portion of the American public’s perception of government corruption. It’s no surprise that Republicans are the only ones attempting to hold Hunter Biden accountable. Hunter lied on a background check to obtain a handgun by claiming he did not use illegal drugs. Hunter made this information public when he published his memoir, “Beautiful Things: A Memoir.” Hunter is also embarking on a fast-paced speaking tour to address media prejudice. The media’s bias has undoubtedly been demonstrated.
For decades, there have been several “suicides” associated with the Democratic Party. Epstein committed “suicide” in his jail cell before his trial for sex trafficking in 2019, and Seth Rice was murdered on the street during a robbery in 2016. Many feel Rich disseminated information that would be detrimental to the Democratic Party. Recently, John McAfee committed suicide in a Barcelona prison after clearly stating that he did not want to die and was perfectly happy with his condition. In each case of suicide, the parties had information that could have been used against the Democratic Party.
Since the 2020 election, the FBI has been largely silent on issues such as ballot harvesting and voting system malfunctions. Individual states are conducting audits of the 2020 election, and the results are not yet available. It is to be expected that the outcomes will differ. Hundreds of thousands of ballots have already been disqualified due to technicalities. The FBI seems to have cast a blind eye to immigration fraud and vote-rigging by Democrats like Ilhan Omar. Ballot harvesting actions have been documented in public videos on social media platforms such as Snapchat.
On sex allegations involving minor girls, David Harris, a seasoned FBI agent, was denied bond. These warrants were issued just days before the publication of Ghislaine Maxwell documents that potentially link the Clintons. Not only are documents related to the Clinton Foundation being revealed, but Haitian President Jovenel Mossé was slain in his home while investigating the Clinton Foundation. The list goes on and on.
Barr has proven to be untrustworthy throughout his political career, pandering to the left whenever the opportunity arises. Many of the instances appear to be for personal gain. He is unlikely to be held accountable, and investigations will continue under the current administration. After all, the concept of “10% for the big guy” has yet to be adequately explored. We could be waiting for the result of the probe for another three years.