“They’re trying to make it into this incredibly important inquisition about the misdeeds of Mr. Barr, and I gotta tell ya, I don’t think for a minute that Bill Barr is shaking in his boots or worrying about whether he has to appear by way of subpoena or just by volunteering. The president can move people around and the president can put new U.S. attorneys into office at his pleasure.”
Nadler's a total lightweight and Barr will brush him aside, like an overweight gnat. But in the meantime Barr has plenty of ability to shake up the public perception in some very major ways. The Flynn dismissal is very big, but even bigger is the revelation of Obama and Biden's roles in pressing disgraced former FBI Director James Comey to "investigate" Michael Flynn for acts that Comey himself is now revealed (through Peter Strzok notes) to have regarded as "legit." Against that factual backdrop, a Comey indictment--or really any other indictments stemming from the Durham investigations--will brush all other stories aside.
Further, the antics of Antifa and BLM are falling increasingly flat--except to the extent that they have encouraged Americans to exercise their 2nd Amendment rights in record numbers. The revelations coming from the attempt to railroad Flynn will also increasingly shunt those Leftist antics to the side, for any Americans who remain even remotely interested in fair play.
Most ominously, perhaps, Trusty believes that not only are Durham indictments on track for the relatively near future (Barr hinted recently that he's hoping for "developments" before the end of summer), but there could also be indictments coming against those behind Antifa:
Trusty also told [Fox News' Jon] Scott that the DOJ will probably be indicting people as part of its probe into antifa, the violent far-left group President Trump recently designated as a terrorist organization.
Barr told Fox News’ Bret Baier earlier this month that “focused investigations” were already underway that “relate to Antifa.”
“It’s a very loosely organized group, and they have an unusual system of communication and organization,” Barr said. “There are people who can be characterized as leaders in any given situation.”
That sounds like Barr believes the Feds have penetrated the communication and organizational structure of Antifa and are identifying the leadership.
The DOJ has made finding out who is behind the recent unrest a top priority.
“There appear to be sources of funding, and we are looking into the sources of funding,” Barr said. “And, you know, there is clearly some high degree of organization involved at some of these events and and coordinated tactics that we’re seeing. And we’re looking into that as well. And some of it relates to Antifa. Some of it relates to groups that act very much like Antifa. As I said, there’s a witches’ brew of extremist groups that are trying to exploit this situation on all sides.”
Trusty said “I think there’s a real good chance this Justice Department ends up identifying and indicting antifa financiers, or people associated with antifa,” adding that it could be “a bit of a bombshell.”
Barr is unfazed, because he has a handle on the real facts, what will end up being the real news.