AG Barr Disagrees With Key Finding In Watchdog’s Trump-Russia Report


IG Michael Horowitz is due to release his report on December 9th and then he will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee. If you are a conservative and you believe the reports, you are going to be very disappointed. According to the New York Times, IG Michael Horowitz says that there was ample reason to conduct spying on Carter Page an thge Trump campaign and the Trump transition team. Oh, and yes, he also claims that there was no spying on the campaign.

I have never sen such BS since the Hillary Clinton exoneration. Allegedly, Horowitz uses the same method as James Comey did. There were massive screw ups but no actual criminal behavior, just sloppiness. Blaming intentional actions by those in the Deep State is an injustice to every American. Unless the guilty are made to pay, we can expect what we see the left doing to President Trump to reoccur if another Republican is elected after Trump finishes serving his second term.

As it stands, the only facing prison is former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith who is accuse of altering documents used in the FISA applications. The good news is that I firmly believe that AG Bill Barr and his appointed investigator, John Durham are conducting a thorough investigation and that charges willl be filed.

From The Daily Caller

Attorney General William Barr disagrees with a key conclusion from the Justice Department inspector general’s investigation regarding the origins of the Trump-Russia probe, according to a new report.

The Washington Post, citing anonymous sources familiar with the matter, reports that Barr has told associates that he does not believe that the FBI had enough information to justify opening a counterintelligence investigation into Trump campaign associates in July 2016.

Any disagreement regarding Horowitz’s conclusions is sure to renew allegations that Barr is acting in a partisan manner to support President Donald Trump. Democrats and liberal media pundits criticized Barr’s handling of the release of the special counsel’s report. Barr has also faced criticism for tapping U.S. attorney John Durham to lead an investigation of his own into the origins of the Russia investigation. Barr told lawmakers on April 10 that he believed that “spying” occurred against the Trump campaign.