After Bill Barr turned on his former commander-in-chief and refuted Trump’s unfounded charges of election fraud, Donald Trump referred to him as a “swamp monster.”
“Barr, a “swamp monster,” was heartbroken to learn that the Radical Left sought to remove him from office. He consistently folds, as do other RINOs (you see it all the time!). They could leave him alone if he starts to “lessen” for President Trump. In a statement on Tuesday, Trump said that facing out against the “mob” required a very strong and unique individual. Bill Barr was not that individual.
Trump’s remarks come two days after The Atlantic published a new piece from Jonathan Karl, who spoke to Barr about Trump’s claims about the 2020 presidential election.
“We realized from the beginning it was just bulls–t,” Barr was quoted saying.
Barr allegedly said to Karl, “My attitude was: It was put-up or shut-up time.” “I had no reason to hide any fraud evidence, if there was any. However, I had a sneaking hunch that there was nothing there the entire time. It was all nonsense.
Barr also disclosed to Karl that, in the middle of November, then-Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell exerted pressure on him to publicly denounce Trump’s attempts to annul the election, citing the January Senate runoff elections in Georgia.
The former DOJ director is said to have heard McConnell say, “Bill, I look around, and you are the only one who can do it.”
Shortly after the Atlantic article was published, Barr told a reporter at the Associated Press that his department never found fraud that could have overturned the election.
Trump said Tuesday. “I lost confidence in Bill Barr long before the 2020 Presidential Election Scam. It was when he dismissed and didn’t act on the very powerful Horowitz Report, and instead gave everything over to John Durham, who has seemingly disappeared from the planet.”