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originally posted by: Blaine91555
The maturity level of House members seems to have dropped to grade school level.
This shows what they think of their constituents. They may be right.
Either Barr didn't read any of it and is just saying whatever sounds good or he deliberately lied expecting no one else would read it.
Forget age restrictions, citizenship restrictions, and all that jazz... can we just have a simple medical exam for potential Congress members to see if they have a functioning brain before they get on the ballot?
originally posted by: dawnstar
a reply to: ketsuko
No because Barr seemed to claim he couldn't understand why Mueller didn't make a definitive decision when it came to charging or indicting trump. Mueller is pretty clear in his explaination as to why he didn't make that decision.
Because when one of the senators brought up manifort sharing of poll data he acted like he didn't know what he was talking about. Although its plain as say in the report. That is just the two instances that come to mind at the moment.
I could be wrong but I don't believe he even read the thing.
By the way. Hate is a strong world and a very destructive emotion to those who entertain it. I make a point not to entertain it.
So you think that Barr personally did the redactions?
Especially since he was rather new on the job and didn't have time to cram years of investigation results to know what would jeopardize current court cases of national security issues.
There were a few instances in the hearing where he have me the impression that he really didn't read even as far into the report as I did.
And at the time that Barr released his four page summary did he give any indication that he planned on giving out any more information?
I don't know of any of your kids have served in the military...
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: TheRedneck
Clint Eastwood became a national laughingstock in the press for this. What do you want to bet the press finds this all outrageous and shameful that the House was impugned in such a manner and had to go to such lengths?