Uh oh what’s this pic.twitter.com/slxGPs63sK— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 12, 2019
this blog develops the idea that a theory of man in history can be worked out around the theme that man's self expression in culture and society is motivated by the desire to find meaning in man's existence. i proceed by summarizing seminal works that provide insights into the dynamics of this process, with the view that the culmination of this exploration was reached with god's self revelation in jesus. i'll hopefully also explore the developments that followed this event.
Thursday, December 12, 2019
More Barr Effect
Posted by mark wauck at 5:24 PM
Labels: Bill Barr
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He has a marvelous sense of humor, and that smile is like the Cheshire Cat in the cartoon version of "Alice in Wonderland”...ReplyDelete
It will be revealed. I can wait. But aren’t they having fun? The internet loves conspiracies and whodunits...ReplyDelete
He sure looks like a guy who knows how the story is gonna end.Delete
My 7:16PM Reply was intended for the multiple opinions on the identity of Case Agent 1. Ended up on wrong thread. Pilot error.Delete
Yes, Barr has the look of man in control. I have had a similar feeling in a few matters of far less consequence. When everyone else is running around “the sky is falling”, it is a very calming feeling. It can even allow one to make small jokes...
Time is getting a bit short, though. I hope the timeframe he recently laid out will be hit like a bullseye. Indictments are only a start, trials take time.ReplyDelete
How much was the Horowitz report delayed? 6 months? Presumably the delay entailed plenty of useful documentation and meaningful leads for further inquiry.
But Barr does seem a man at ease, which I take as a good sign.
Sharyl Attkisson has written about Barr’s appearance at the WSJ CEO function where the clip in the tweet in the main post above was recorded:ReplyDelete
In each of two video appearances, on NBC News and at Wall Street Journal’s “CEO Council,” Attorney General William Barr provided the same basic information and views about the U.S. intelligence community’s actions against the Trump campaign in 2016 and 2017. A criminal investigation is underway and being led by U.S. Attorney John Durham.
Barr was motivated to make the public statements, he said, by the misreporting and confusion surrounding Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report issued on Dec. 9. It found serious government surveillance abuses but no evidence of political bias on the part of the offending FBI officials and agents.
Below are 24 points Barr felt the need to make after the release of the Horowitz report. (All of the information is attributed to Barr.)
His style was chatty, especially when he is not a guy who runs to a mic every 5 minutes. He had a purpose.