Huge calls for Attorney General Bill Barr to be investigated and possible expulsion has intensified following his lies about FBI spying claims on Trump’s election.
Barr lied to Congress by spreading fictitious stories about the Department of Justice (DOJ) spying on President Donald Trump‘s 2016 campaign, according to legal experts.
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And now, congressional calls are ramping up for Barr to be investigated by oversight authorities and, some critics say, possible Impeachment looms around him.
“I think spying on a political campaign is a big deal,” Barr told a panel of senators in April of this year without providing any evidence for the controversial claim. “I think spying did occur” he said.
Congressional Democrats revealed at that time that Barr’s comments were the result of “willful ignorance” and that they directly contradicted previous DOJ briefings on the subject.
Former U.S. Attorney and current University of Alabama Law Professor Joyce Alene Vance said a forthcoming report by the DOJ Office of Inspector General will put the lie to Barr’s heavily-criticized “spying” claim once and for all.
The important takeaway is that everything that President Trump has been saying for the last couple of years about the deep state and the Adam Schiff Impeachment Claims will soon take a new turn with reports suggesting his claims has no legal backing.
Law & Crime reached out to former White House ethics counsel and current University of Minnesota Law School Professor Richard Painter for his take on Barr’s previous congressional testimony in light of the OIG’s soon-to-be-released findings.
The full DOJ OIG report will be released December 9.
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