Monday, September 21, 2020

All you need to know about Attorney General Barr

Here is all you need to know about America’s chief law enforcement officer. Attorney General Bill Barr’s Constitution Day speech to a gathering organized by Hillsdale College provides a interest insight into the man who is enforcing our nation’s law.

 Here are list of some of Barr’s weird spontaneous responses to questions according to the blog Lawfare:

  • The attorney general came out not merely against mail-in voting but against all multi-day voting, fretting that “We’re losing the whole idea of what an election is;”
  • He disparaged American education about World War II, contending that many people reduce the war effort to the internment of Japanese Americans and the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki;
  • He complained about people believing that coronavirus policy decisions should be “dictated by science,” arguing that science doesn’t answer the key trade-off questions;
  • He criticized the press as not merely partisan but as “more ignorant” than it used to be, saying he would be “more tolerant of [the bias] if they were more informed people. But they’re not;”
  • And he denounced “these so-called Black Lives matter people,” who—he declared—are “not interested in black lives. They’re interested in [using] props—a small number of blacks who are killed by police . . . to achieve a much broader political agenda.”
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