Attorney General Bill Barr Says Durham’s Findings Are Coming Before The Election

The Democrats who intend to rig the 2020 presidential election have just been dealt a major blow by Attorney General Bill Barr.

A report by The Washington Post, stated that Attorney General William Barr confirmed that he is not going to wait until after the election to show the American citizens John Durham’s report in the probe against the FBI.

Durham is heading the investigation into the FBI for allegedly targeting President Donald Trump illegally and for political reasons.

If Durham’s investigation shows what many believe it will, it will prove that the entire Russian investigation was a hoax.

Republican California Rep. Tom McClintock pointed to what he said were flaws in the Russia investigation and asked Barr when he would fix them at a hearing on Tuesday.

“Are you going to be able to right this wrong before it becomes a precedent for future election interference by corrupt officials in our justice and intelligence agencies?” the representative said.

Barr said that Durham’s investigation had been hampered by the coronavirus pandemic and that Justice is not something you order up on a schedule like you’re ordering a pizza.”

In a recent interview with Fox News Barr said he hoped that Durham’s investigation would be done before the November election.

But, he said, Durham’s investigation would continue after the election, and cautioned that a lot would depend on “what happens after the election may depend on who wins the election.”

He also said that he was surprised that there was a lack of public interest in the results of Durham’s investigation when he talked to Fox News.

“So that has been surprising to me, that people aren’t concerned about civil liberties and the integrity of our governmental process in terms of the future of Durham’s investigation,” he said. “You know, he’s pressing ahead as hard as he can. And I expect that, you know, we will have some developments hopefully before the end of the summer.”

He did not talk about the details of the investigation but did hint that things like the unmasking of Gen. Michael Flynn were being probed.

“I would say it’s unusual for an outgoing administration, high level officials, to be unmasking very, you know, very much in the days they’re preparing to leave office,” he said. “Makes you wonder what they were doing.”

In an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt the attorney general said that the Department of Justice guidance on not taking public steps to end an investigation would not apply to Durham’s investigation as none of those being investigated in campaigning to be president.

“I think in its core, the idea is you don’t go after candidates,” he said. “You don’t indict candidates or perhaps someone that’s sufficiently close to a candidate … within a certain number of days before an election. But you know, as I say, I don’t think any of the people whose actions are under review by Durham fall into that category.”

But if the evidence shows that the Obama / Biden administration was involved at high levels in an attempt to undercut the president that would be a damaging strike right before the election.

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