Today’s Barr/Comey News: My constantly evolving misunderstandings of “what’s really happening”

My initial trust in Attorney General Barr’s integrity began to erode a few short weeks ago when he went along with the coroner’s report that Jeffrey Epstein had died a suicide. Watching him claim this, I sensed that he didn’t beLIEve what he was saying: “I have seen nothing that undercuts the finding of the medical examiner that this was a suicide.”

Then, when you factor in Barr’s deep state background, well, WTF?

But then, something else might be going on, and his statement a deliberate misdirection for reasons the public is not meant to be privy to (yet?).

But  frankly, my heart suddenly sank, indeed, I was utterly “appalled” (Barr’s word when he was told Epstein was dead) to read this morning that the just-out Horowitz investigation of Comey had included the caveat that the DOJ was declining to prosecute Comey (much as Comey declined to prosecute Hillary Clinton during the 2016 campaign, remember that?). And this, despite that the investigation stated that Comey had violated department and FBI policies.

Even so, I still wanted (and do want) to beLIEve in Barr, and to think that perhaps something else was going on.

And perhaps it is. After all, there usually are many many (conflicting and corroborating) layers to even a supposedly “true” story. One thing that keeps on entering my mind: how normies need to be slowly informed over time as to the deep and utterly appalling, even inconceivable nature of the corruption that is being exposed. And that perhaps this is one of those times.



Then again, do a DuckDuckGo search “Barr and Comey” for lots of other theories.

The point is, as what’s his name said on the day before 9/11, in front of some press conference or other, during which he announced that 2.3 trillion was “missing” from the Pentagon budget:

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2 Responses to Today’s Barr/Comey News: My constantly evolving misunderstandings of “what’s really happening”

  1. rose day says:

    Rumsfield’s explanation for the missing TRILLIONS from the Pentagon budget (just prior to 9/11) is the sort of governmental ‘gobbled-gook’ to which the general public has seemingly become accustomed and it is apparent that an informed citizenry may now be an ‘unknown unknown’.

    Discernment seems the order of the day and that nagging feeling that things are not quite right may be the best first step toward a public accounting as to just what has been going on within our government for decades if not longer.

    For example, discernment regarding recent ‘official’ decisions regarding former FBI Director James Comey could indicate that in a US Court of Law, actions that were committed ‘knowingly’ regarding FISA abuse may actually be more serious than lesser offenses within the FBI.

    • Ann Kreilkamp says:

      Yes, I’m coming to that tentative conclusion, re: Comey. This was just the first step, to make the public aware of the nature of the beast. So interesting that he demanded an apology; so arrogant.

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