a reply to: JustJohnny
First of all, trump is not a prosecutor. Second, he had do nothing sessions as AG for the first two years. Barr just took over the post 6 months ago
and has the swamp lashing out in horror.
Why is nancy pelosi saying "barr has gone rogue" and what's with the continual attacks on him? Sessions was rarely attacked for anything other than
his strong immigration policies. Barr has been under relentless assault.
The swamp draining has started. Here's how:
Mueller probe wrapped up, trump cleared
IG investigation complete and currently being reviewed, damning is the early word
Durham investigation convened grand jury, there will be jail time
The FBI has been overhauled (though corruption remains intact in some places)
The State department has been cleaned out
The DoJ has been turned upside down and shook out
Record number of constitutionalists appointed to the circuit courts and appeals courts
Kavanaugh confirmed despite the swamps deepest protest
There have been over 100 congressional resignations or "retirements"
The media has been severely discredited
This goes without mentioning all of the firings and resignations in the bureaucracy.
So here are my questions for you:
Did you think that day 1 trump could come in and start prosecuting people? No evidence gathering? He'd pick the right people the 1st time for every
Who was supposed to gather the evidence against the swamp? The swamp?
Who was supposed to do the draining of the swamp? The swamp?
It is one thing to know about the corruption. It's an entirely different thing to gather all of the evidence and witnesses needed to prove it all in a
court of law. Especially when those corrupt people have been the people writing the laws, deciding who to prosecute and deciding who is guilty for the
last 30+ years.
It was always going to take time. At least 8 years. There is so much corruption in DC It would be a miracle if trump was able to accomplish swamp
draining in a single administration. The american people are going to have to stay this course if they want to drain the swamp. There are plenty of
signs of progress.