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    Default AG Barr: "This is Organized Destruction"

    This is the truest statement I have heard in some time. I think people are awakening to this:


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    Bill Barr and John Mitchell - two of the most corrupt U.S. Attorney Generals in my life time. They have much in common, including being Republican and working for the two most corrupt presidents in American history. Absolutely nothing Barr says or does should be trusted or taken at face value. The Trumpster has the AG of his dreams. There is no lie or deceit that Barr won't use to promote their right wing anti-democratic agenda.


    Disbar US Attorney General William P. Barr

    Attorney General of the United States, William P. Barr, a lawyer registered with the American Bar Association of New York and the District of Columbia (Registration Number: 4087250) has failed to faithfully execute his duties on behalf of his clients, the people of the United States.

    Under the American Bar Association's Model Rules of Professional Conduct, US Attorney General Barr violated his oath as follows :

    (1) Conflict of Interest - AG Barr wrote a June 2018 unsolicited memo to the Department of Justice where he questioned the legality of the appointment of Special Counselor Robert S. Mueller III and the scope of his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 US election thus, thoroughly revealed his bias. When asked during his Congressional confirmation hearings if he would recuse himself, he refused to answer. In spite of his predecessor's firing (AG Sessions was fired for both recusing himself and thus, refusing the president's request to fire the Special Counselor) Barr refused to recuse after his confirmation, February 14, 2019.

    (A) Self-Dealing - AG Barr was confirmed February 14, 2019. About the same time, his son-in-law Tyler McGuaghey, was hired as an attorney for the White House Counsel's Office where he is to advise the president and his office on legal matters that concern the president and presidency to include matters under scrutiny and within the scope of the Special Counsel's investigation.

    (B) Misrepresentation of Clients - the People of the United States and their representatives, Congress. Attorney General Barr's professional conduct is egregious as he has repeatedly engaged in the misrepresentation of material facts and evidence, is non-transparent, unethical and deliberate deception of his clients and Congress.

    In 1989 as head of the DOJ's Office of Legal Counsel, Barr was asked by Congress to provide the OLC's legal rationale to support the taking of people into custody on foreign soil without the consent of sovereign government(s). He refused to supply Congress with a detailed, unredacted memo and instead offered a "summary of principal conclusions" that Congress upon review in 1991 learned left out key and substantial aspects of the DOJ's legal rationale. His actions served to undermine Congressional members' ability to conduct proper oversight.

    On March 24, 2019 Attorney General Barr issued a 4 page "summary of principal conclusions" of Special Counsel Mueller's Report regarding Russian Interference in the 2016 Election and potential obstruction of justice questions. In this public memo Barr states "the Special Counsel did not find that any U.S. person or Trump campaign official or associate conspired or knowingly coordinated with the IRA in its efforts." However, SC Mueller's publicly released report of April 18, 2019 states otherwise. Paul Manafort, former Trump Campaign Manager and US Citizen passed polling data, Trump campaign status updates and targeted polling data regarding the "battleground states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan" to Russian oligarch with ties to Russian Intelligence and the IRA, Kilimnik. The American public still has questions regarding other US Citizens now under prosecution and their involvement with WikiLeaks, which, per the released report of April 18, 2019 seems to suggest that WikiLeaks served as a platform for the global release of e-mails hacked by Russia in an effort to damage the election prospects of the president's political opponent.

    (2) Legal and Professional Competency - US Attorney General Barr in a Congressional Hearing April 10, 2019 and when he was under Oath, told committee members that "spying" may have occurred of the Trump Campaign, thus questioning the legality of a lawful investigation and the conduct of the very organization, DOJ, that he leads. If Attorney General Barr does not understand that warrants are necessary for surveillance of potential, covert criminal acts and are only granted by a federal judge after substantial and stringent probable cause merits have been met, then his professional competency and ability to execute his client obligations must be questioned. Otherwise, if he does really know better, he committed perjury in his testimony to Congress.

    Attorney General Barr also continues to confuse and conflate collusion, a non-crime, with conspiracy - a crime, to the public which he represents. He is not transparent in his terminology and communications with his clients, the people of the United States. He continues to conflate the two terms while publicly speaking in spite of the distinction made by numerous legal experts to include the Special Counselor in his report.

    US Attorney General Barr is the highest ranking attorney in the United States with the responsibility of ensuring justice in this country. He's supposed to be the prime legal authority and expert of the land and as such, should know better.

    In sum, based on the grounds for disbarment as detailed under the American Bar Association's Model Rules of Professional Conduct and for the aforementioned examples of professional misconduct provided, WE, Attorney General William P. Barr's clients, request his disbarment from practicing law in all jurisdictions of the United States of America.

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    This is a weirdo's manifesto for a right-wing theocracy.

    I live by my faith. I go to church each Sunday. But I'm not going to impose my religion and values on everyone else through the rule of law. That's what this country was founded AGAINST.

    This doesn't even plumb the subject of the chief executive being an amoral sex criminal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Gopher View Post
    This is a weirdo's manifesto for a right-wing theocracy.

    I live by my faith. I go to church each Sunday. But I'm not going to impose my religion and values on everyone else through the rule of law. That's what this country was founded AGAINST.

    This doesn't even plumb the subject of the chief executive being an amoral sex criminal.
    You can't be Christian supporting current Democrat policies. I pray for you.
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    Everyone knows that if you're a real Christian you have to blindly support the guy brags about sexual assault, has dozens of accusers, and is a serial adulterer who bangs porn stars while his pregnant wife is at home. After all, he hates all the right people (browns, gays and Muslims etc.) and that's what matters. Nevermind what he's letting happen in Syria right now.

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    Barr's the best. Lock them up Bill.
    If at first you donít succeed, then maybe you just suck. Ė Kenny Powers

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesBolstad View Post
    You can't be Christian supporting current Democrat policies. I pray for you.
    I support some of them but far from all of them. I think my posts are clear on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Gopher View Post
    This is a weirdo's manifesto for a right-wing theocracy.

    I live by my faith. I go to church each Sunday. But I'm not going to impose my religion and values on everyone else through the rule of law. That's what this country was founded AGAINST.

    This doesn't even plumb the subject of the chief executive being an amoral sex criminal.
    You have it exactly backwards. Removing tax exempt status for churches who donít support whatever woke lgbt issue of the day happens to be, is not imposing religion on anyone. Unless you consider lgbtqkl to be a religion, in which case it is.

    Remember, we were told gay marriage was simply about freedom. Donít like gay weddings, donít have one. I said at the time, this wasnít true. And you can see now where we are going. Well, you canít.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Section2 View Post
    You have it exactly backwards. Removing tax exempt status for churches who don’t support whatever woke lgbt issue of the day happens to be, is not imposing religion on anyone. Unless you consider lgbtqkl to be a religion, in which case it is.

    Remember, we were told gay marriage was simply about freedom. Don’t like gay weddings, don’t have one. I said at the time, this wasn’t true. And you can see now where we are going. Well, you can’t.


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    Barr doesn't mention tax exempt status based on support for LGBTQ and neither did Bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesBolstad View Post
    This is the truest statement I have heard in some time. I think people are awakening to this:


    Spot on by Barr.

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    Barr’s countenance and demeanor remind me of a priest we once had in our parish known as ‘the cornholer’. Always adept at hiding in the sanctity of his office, but essentially amoral.
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    Believing that all Churches shouldn't be tax exempt is one thing. Having a specific litmus test is ridiculous and unconstitutional. Beto as usual is out in left field. It only serves to get the Religious right frothing at the mouth over nothing, just as he does with the 2nd amendment people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howeda7 View Post
    Believing that all Churches shouldn't be tax exempt is one thing. Having a specific litmus test is ridiculous and unconstitutional. Beto as usual is out in left field. It only serves to get the Religious right frothing at the mouth over nothing, just as he does with the 2nd amendment people.
    So you love Christ so much that you hate people who defend Christianity. Got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bga1 View Post
    So you love Christ so much that you hate people who defend Christianity. Got it.
    Only you can't differentiate between the Religious Right and all Christians. And I'm denouncing Beto and his stupid unconstitutional position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howeda7 View Post
    Everyone knows that if you're a real Christian you have to blindly support the guy brags about sexual assault, has dozens of accusers, and is a serial adulterer who bangs porn stars while his pregnant wife is at home. After all, he hates all the right people (browns, gays and Muslims etc.) and that's what matters. Nevermind what he's letting happen in Syria right now.
    Silence from hackin howie on wild Willy and his pal Epstein.

    Do you ever tire of being one of the biggest hypocrites on earth?

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