I have been pouring over the Barr hearing tapes to see what little snippets I could find, and I think I found a doozy.
The exchange happened between Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D-FL) and Attorney General Barr, and it seemed as though she was extremely worried about what Barr may find out in an ongoing investigation.
What Are They Afraid Of?
The investigation being conducted by U.S. Attorney John Durham should be in its final stages.
We are all hoping the results of the investigation will come out before the election so we know exactly what type of corruption happened with Joe Biden as the VP.
Biden continues to maintain he did nothing wrong, but those that have seen what Durham has done so far believe there will be numerous indictments handed out.
Now, I don’t expect Barr to go directly after Biden or Comey or anyone of that magnitude, but I do believe we could get a report that will paint a picture of a knowingly corrupt investigation that will have Joe Biden’s fingerprints on it.
That also seems to be on the mind of some Democrats.
No Releases Before the Election
When Rep. Mucarsel-Powell was given her five minutes, she specifically requested Barr to commit to NOT revealed the results of his investigation before the election.
She was openly worried about how that investigation would impact the upcoming election.
Barr, of course, declined to commit to that, telling her “no.”
When Barr was asked about it again, he stated, “No. I will be very careful.”
I have only one question after hearing that exchange…
Rep. Mucarsel-Powell, what exactly are you worried might come out? If Joe Biden and the Obama administration are innocent and did nothing wrong, as you all constantly proclaim, what could possibly come out in that investigation that has you so worried?
I think we all know the answer to that.
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