Barr’s Spokesperson Addresses the Washington Post Announcement He’s Stepping Down

(Official White House Photo by Tia Dufour)

Two things can stir the pot more than anything else on the face of this earth.  That is the Democrats and the “fake news.”  As we all know, Attorney General William Barr is gathering all the information available to him to bring to justice all those involved within the “Deep State.”  Reporting news is one thing, but reporting “rumors” causes controversy, and The Washington Post did it again, and Fox News caught them in the act.

The Washington Post posted after the heated battle between Trump and Barr that Barr was considering stepping down from the Attorney General.  Barr had been frustrated at President Trump’s tweets concerning the Department of Justice.  He warned Trump in private and on national television to stop tweeting about what the DOJ is handling.

It took a few times, but Trump came to realize and admit that he was making Barr’s job difficult.  He told reporters he has “total confidence in Barr.”  Trump added, “I do make his job harder.”  He also stated as president, he is “the chief law enforcement officer of the country.”

Speaking highly, Trump concluded, “The attorney general is a man with great integrity.  I chose not to be involved. I’m allowed to be involved. I could be involved if I want to be.”

The fact is President Trump is the head of the Executive Branch, and he is correct.  Barr was appointed by the president, and he chose him specifically because he knew Barr could get the job done.

So what’s going on with the media?  During the Ingraham Angle, breaking news came out of nowhere, stating William Barr was considering resigning.  The Washington Post announced it, and within seconds, it was reported to be a rumor.  Barr’s spokesperson intercepted the media by posting, “Addressing Beltway rumors: The Attorney General has no plans to resign.”

All of this comes after thousands call for Barr to resign and step down from his position.  No one can say it is a coincidence because the information Barr is about to release will shake the world, and many will fall to justice.

Everyone who has common sense can realize President Trump has been through the wringer of false accusations, one after another.  He is obviously frustrated, and who can blame the man?  Tweeting is his way of reaching out to the world because the “fake news” surely will not tell the truth.

Barr was frustrated as well because the saying goes, “Never let the left hand know what the right hand is doing.”  Barr has all he needs to bring to justice all those who corrupt the government.  This is the greatest time in history, and we all are about to witness justice in it’s highest form as the truth is unveiled.

Quickly, The Washington Post had to revise their story as Fox News was the first to show the spokesperson’s intervention on social media.  The Post turned it to Barr told people closest to him he was thinking about stepping down, but there is no indication of that either.  The White House and the spokesperson did not confirm that information.

What better way for the Democrats to use the media to get in between Barr and Trump?  Everyone who follows this information can clearly see this is nothing more than a distraction for Barr, who is getting closer to the truth by the day.

Barr is scheduled to testify on March 31, and we can bank on it that his guns will all be in a row.  It will not be a gun, but it will be the shot heard around the world as in the days of old when the American Revolution began.  Democrats and the media are terrified because they know their days are numbered.

Those within the DOJ came up with over 2,000 former employees signatures calling for the resignation of Attorney General William Barr.  Everyone was upset about Barr and Trump getting involved in the Roger Stone case.  Still, the jail time requested for Stone exceeds the punishment.  Many say it is a setup.  We shall see.

Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham called the letter “obstructionists all across this government who are working against the president.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell summed everything up by saying, “The nation is fortunate that President Trump chose such a strong and selfless public servant to lead the Department of Justice.  We expect that, as always, efforts to intimidate the Attorney General will fall woefully short.”