In response to segments of the Bill Barr interview with Fox News, in which Barr says that he has more questions now about the Russia Hoax than when he first started as AG, and that the questions he's received are inadequate, Nunes points out that the same is true for the House. For example, he says, just this week, even today, they've finally seen interagency emails regarding Christopher Steele--emails that "the FBI" (he means "Chris Wray") had hidden from Congress.
How did we just find out about this [the Kavalec email]? ... I think what you're seeing is, you're seeing a real Attorney General, a professional, and someone who's not gonna take this poisonous garbage [started by the Dems, and still pushed by irresponsible Dems and their media allies.]
I think I get it. Jeff Sessions wasn't a real Attorney General, nor was Rod Rosenstein. If Devin Nunes knows this, count on it: Bill Barr sure knows it. And I think he's telling us that Barr told Chris Wray how high to jump. When opportunity offers, Wray will be gone. Barr doesn't want to go through another confirmation just now, but if Wray wants to leave, it'll be: Hey, don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out. In the meantime, he's got him on a leash--a short one.
As for Barr not shying away from the word "spying"?
Sandra, it's ridiculous. Every American out there knows what spying is. This [objecting to the "S" word] is all about narrative building by the Left to cover up what they did, and you have accomplices in the media. This is foolishness. ... He [Barr] used to work at the CIA, for God's sake. I've never seen something so ridiculous, where the media is culpable for this nonsense. Everybody in the media oughta be laughing at these politicians ... It's a joke, it's a joke.
The Russia Hoax was perpetrated at "very senior levels" [quoting Barr]? At the FBI, at the CIA, at other agencies that were involved? Barr even referenced an "ad hoc small group of people"?
Yeah, and let me get to the heart of this problem ...
Bill asked the Attorney General about, What did "Bob" Mueller know? When did he know there was no collusion? "Bob" Mueller knew, the day that he walked in the door, there was no evidence of the Trump campaign colluding with the Russians. Think about it! ...
The Attorney General didn't answer that question, but I'm able to answer it ...
Oh my! Mueller was part of the Russia Hoax! Well, I guess we knew that, but, yeah, let's think about that--and keep thinking about it. Because he had his enablers in politics and the media--in both parties! Let's keep thinking about that.