A hint of Barr's upcoming plans: Analysis

Above image: Attorney General William Barr being sworn in at a Congressional hearing[hr]

The following is an excerpts from an opinion article in The Hill by John Solomon[hr]

“The office of the inspector general has a pending investigation of the FISA process in the Russia investigation. I expect that will be complete in probably May or June, I am told,” Barr explained, giving the first concrete timetable for the IG probe to wrap up. “So hopefully we’ll have some answers from Inspector General Horowitz on the issue of the FISA warrants.”

Then Barr volunteered his bigger news:

“More generally, I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of 2016.”

–William Barr, Attorney General, April 9, 2019

(Maybe while Barr is at it, he would be interested in investigating what the intel community may have been afraid President Trump and his administration might uncover: a decade+ of surveillance abuses against US citizens including political figures and journalists. #Beyond2016)

Read John Solomon’s entire analysis at The Hill by clicking the link below:



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