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Bill BARR has *accepted* a House Judiciary Committee request to testify in March
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RE: Bill BARR has *accepted* a House Judiciary Committee request to testify in March
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C'mon now. He's a good guy. He helped cover this up
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and enabled Murica's plutocratic kings to save face and retain their power. Why you gotta expose a hero/pawn of the plutocrats dude?



3. “‘It was a time in New York—the ’70s—when everyone was sleeping with everyone. Several of the teachers were openly carrying on with students and they would go to parties together. Jeffrey Epstein was the least of it.’”


4. “Meanwhile, my parents went to meet with Donald Barr. He said, ‘Don’t send Steve there. There are a lot of homosexuals who prey on boys there.’”

5. “Barr found a new job running Hackley, a more conservative private school in Westchester County. In an interview with the New York Times, he said, ‘Kids up here are…better-natured and less bitchy.’”

6. “Soon after Donald Barr left Dalton, he surprised many who knew him by publishing Space Relations, an odd sci-fi novel which imagined the kingdom of Kossar, a hellscape where power, drugs, and boredom have turned the ruling caste into vicious sexual (con’t next tweet)

7. predators.The hero, John Craig—‘a rising young Earth diplomat’ who is captured and enslaved—eventually triumphs, restoring virginity and monogamy to the colonized.”

8. “And what he discovered was shocking. ‘There was a long letter Barr had written accusing me of being a rabble-rouser and a troublemaker. He said I was ‘a latent homosexual’ and ‘could be a danger to the school.’ ”

9. “It was a humiliating end to Barr’s years at the school. ‘I fired him. It took years to get him out, but we did it.’”

10. “For Barr’s schoolmate Garrick Beck, there is no question how much Alfred Briggs, Horace Mann’s high school history teacher —would have approved of Trump’s Justice Department ....It was Briggs, after all, who was known to say, ‘We need more Roy Cohns in the world.’”

11. Hard not to have lots of thoughts and questions regarding the Barr family, no? END.

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A trip down memory lane from the Charlie Rose show....

Rudolph Giuliani: I think that should be the focus of-- if he has-- if he's done something wrong, what are the implications of that? The second part of it is if perjury was committed, if there was a-- if there was a statement that turns out to be provably untrue later, then I think the president has to be treated like everyone else 'cause I think under the criminal law everybody should be treated the same. 43:24Charlie Rose: And lying is a crime. Mayor 43:27Rudolph Giuliani: And I know-- I know there are people that would say the president should be treated stricter. And we used to have an era in which the president was treated much more leniently. But I think the right answer is the president should be treated the-- as far as the criminal law is concerned, the president's a citizen. And there the prosecutor has to say to himself, ''Was it material perjury?'' I've made many decisions about (crosstalk) 43:48Charlie Rose: ''Material perjury'' is what? Mayor 43:50Rudolph Giuliani: Material-- meaning, ''Was it-- was it-- did it affect a case? Was it about an important matter in that case?'' I declined prosecution on many, many perjury cases because they-- it was not a material-- it was not material to the case. It was not important to the case. 44:02Charlie Rose: (crosstalk) they have not miss-- they have dismissed the case. Mayor 44:07Rudolph Giuliani: I was not a significant issue. Well-- that would-- That would argue very much-- 44:10Charlie Rose: For immateriality. Mayor 44:13Rudolph Giuliani: That would argue very much -- although it doesn't end the whole analysis -- that would argue very much in favor of the fact that it would sustain a perjury case. If a case is actually dismissed and this is a peripheral issue in the case, then that would not meet the definition of materiality. But that kind of technical analysis is what Ken Starr has to do. And he should be given the opportunity to do it. 44:31Charlie Rose: So, you have no quarrel -- having said that -- with all the things that Ken Starr has done in terms of the kind of people he's brought in before the grand jury. Mayor 44:39Rudolph Giuliani: I-- I think it's very-- It's almost impossible to-- 44:42Charlie Rose: --to know from where you-- Mayor 44:44Rudolph Giuliani: --make that judgment without knowing why is he doing it, what else does he know. And I'm not suggesting that he does know anything 'cause I don't want to be unfair to the president. 44:52Charlie Rose: OK. If the president is asked to testify -- subpoenaed to testify -- before a grand jury and says, ''no, not gonna do it.'' Mayor 45:00Rudolph Giuliani: You gotta do it. I mean, you don't have a choice. 45:03Charlie Rose: Well, he's sending signals that he might not do it. Mayor 45:07Rudolph Giuliani: Well, then-- I mean, there is a-- there is a procedure for handling that. You go before a judge, and judge decides whether or not he has a recognizable exemption or privilege from testifying. And, if a judge decides he doesn't, they you have to testify. You don't have a choice about that. 45:21Charlie Rose: And-- Mayor 45:22Rudolph Giuliani: And it ultimately will be decided the courts. 45:25Charlie Rose: The president of the United States? Even though he says, ''This prosecutor, this independent counsel, is out to bury me.'' Mayor 45:32Rudolph Giuliani: Well, then a judge would have to resolve that. I mean, if-- 45:37Charlie Rose: And, if the judge says to him, ''you gotta testify''-- Mayor 45:40Rudolph Giuliani: You gotta testify. 45:41Charlie Rose: You gotta testify. Mayor 45:43Rudolph Giuliani: Right. 45:44Charlie Rose: That's it. Mayor
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A trip down memory lane from the Charlie Rose show....

Rudolph Giuliani: I think that should be the focus of-- if he has-- if he's done something wrong, what are the implications of that? The second part of it is if perjury was committed, if there was a-- if there was a statement that turns out to be provably untrue later, then I think the president has to be treated like everyone else 'cause I think under the criminal law everybody should be treated the same. 43:24Charlie Rose: And lying is a crime. Mayor 43:27Rudolph Giuliani: And I know-- I know there are people that would say the president should be treated stricter. And we used to have an era in which the president was treated much more leniently. But I think the right answer is the president should be treated the-- as far as the criminal law is concerned, the president's a citizen. And there the prosecutor has to say to himself, ''Was it material perjury?'' I've made many decisions about (crosstalk) 43:48Charlie Rose: ''Material perjury'' is what? Mayor 43:50Rudolph Giuliani: Material-- meaning, ''Was it-- was it-- did it affect a case? Was it about an important matter in that case?'' I declined prosecution on many, many perjury cases because they-- it was not a material-- it was not material to the case. It was not important to the case. 44:02Charlie Rose: (crosstalk) they have not miss-- they have dismissed the case. Mayor 44:07Rudolph Giuliani: I was not a significant issue. Well-- that would-- That would argue very much-- 44:10Charlie Rose: For immateriality. Mayor 44:13Rudolph Giuliani: That would argue very much -- although it doesn't end the whole analysis -- that would argue very much in favor of the fact that it would sustain a perjury case. If a case is actually dismissed and this is a peripheral issue in the case, then that would not meet the definition of materiality. But that kind of technical analysis is what Ken Starr has to do. And he should be given the opportunity to do it. 44:31Charlie Rose: So, you have no quarrel -- having said that -- with all the things that Ken Starr has done in terms of the kind of people he's brought in before the grand jury. Mayor 44:39Rudolph Giuliani: I-- I think it's very-- It's almost impossible to-- 44:42Charlie Rose: --to know from where you-- Mayor 44:44Rudolph Giuliani: --make that judgment without knowing why is he doing it, what else does he know. And I'm not suggesting that he does know anything 'cause I don't want to be unfair to the president. 44:52Charlie Rose: OK. If the president is asked to testify -- subpoenaed to testify -- before a grand jury and says, ''no, not gonna do it.'' Mayor 45:00Rudolph Giuliani: You gotta do it. I mean, you don't have a choice. 45:03Charlie Rose: Well, he's sending signals that he might not do it. Mayor 45:07Rudolph Giuliani: Well, then-- I mean, there is a-- there is a procedure for handling that. You go before a judge, and judge decides whether or not he has a recognizable exemption or privilege from testifying. And, if a judge decides he doesn't, they you have to testify. You don't have a choice about that. 45:21Charlie Rose: And-- Mayor 45:22Rudolph Giuliani: And it ultimately will be decided the courts. 45:25Charlie Rose: The president of the United States? Even though he says, ''This prosecutor, this independent counsel, is out to bury me.'' Mayor 45:32Rudolph Giuliani: Well, then a judge would have to resolve that. I mean, if-- 45:37Charlie Rose: And, if the judge says to him, ''you gotta testify''-- Mayor 45:40Rudolph Giuliani: You gotta testify. 45:41Charlie Rose: You gotta testify. Mayor 45:43Rudolph Giuliani: Right. 45:44Charlie Rose: That's it. Mayor
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A trip down memory lane from the Charlie Rose show....

Rudolph Giuliani: I think that should be the focus of-- if he has-- if he's done something wrong, what are the implications of that? The second part of it is if perjury was committed, if there was a-- if there was a statement that turns out to be provably untrue later, then I think the president has to be treated like everyone else 'cause I think under the criminal law everybody should be treated the same. 43:24Charlie Rose: And lying is a crime. Mayor 43:27Rudolph Giuliani: And I know-- I know there are people that would say the president should be treated stricter. And we used to have an era in which the president was treated much more leniently. But I think the right answer is the president should be treated the-- as far as the criminal law is concerned, the president's a citizen. And there the prosecutor has to say to himself, ''Was it material perjury?'' I've made many decisions about (crosstalk) 43:48Charlie Rose: ''Material perjury'' is what? Mayor 43:50Rudolph Giuliani: Material-- meaning, ''Was it-- was it-- did it affect a case? Was it about an important matter in that case?'' I declined prosecution on many, many perjury cases because they-- it was not a material-- it was not material to the case. It was not important to the case. 44:02Charlie Rose: (crosstalk) they have not miss-- they have dismissed the case. Mayor 44:07Rudolph Giuliani: I was not a significant issue. Well-- that would-- That would argue very much-- 44:10Charlie Rose: For immateriality. Mayor 44:13Rudolph Giuliani: That would argue very much -- although it doesn't end the whole analysis -- that would argue very much in favor of the fact that it would sustain a perjury case. If a case is actually dismissed and this is a peripheral issue in the case, then that would not meet the definition of materiality. But that kind of technical analysis is what Ken Starr has to do. And he should be given the opportunity to do it. 44:31Charlie Rose: So, you have no quarrel -- having said that -- with all the things that Ken Starr has done in terms of the kind of people he's brought in before the grand jury. Mayor 44:39Rudolph Giuliani: I-- I think it's very-- It's almost impossible to-- 44:42Charlie Rose: --to know from where you-- Mayor 44:44Rudolph Giuliani: --make that judgment without knowing why is he doing it, what else does he know. And I'm not suggesting that he does know anything 'cause I don't want to be unfair to the president. 44:52Charlie Rose: OK. If the president is asked to testify -- subpoenaed to testify -- before a grand jury and says, ''no, not gonna do it.'' Mayor 45:00Rudolph Giuliani: You gotta do it. I mean, you don't have a choice. 45:03Charlie Rose: Well, he's sending signals that he might not do it. Mayor 45:07Rudolph Giuliani: Well, then-- I mean, there is a-- there is a procedure for handling that. You go before a judge, and judge decides whether or not he has a recognizable exemption or privilege from testifying. And, if a judge decides he doesn't, they you have to testify. You don't have a choice about that. 45:21Charlie Rose: And-- Mayor 45:22Rudolph Giuliani: And it ultimately will be decided the courts. 45:25Charlie Rose: The president of the United States? Even though he says, ''This prosecutor, this independent counsel, is out to bury me.'' Mayor 45:32Rudolph Giuliani: Well, then a judge would have to resolve that. I mean, if-- 45:37Charlie Rose: And, if the judge says to him, ''you gotta testify''-- Mayor 45:40Rudolph Giuliani: You gotta testify. 45:41Charlie Rose: You gotta testify. Mayor 45:43Rudolph Giuliani: Right. 45:44Charlie Rose: That's it. Mayor
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Gawd, so much work piecing together all this propaganda. Is this your paid occupation? Jeez.

A.G. does not have the prerogative to NOT show up. He is, however, still REQUIRED to not disclose confidential communications OF POLICY held in private with the executive branch (not just the president). Separation of powers must be protected for future administrations THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOUR HATRED OF ONE MAN.
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Well Sense the Senate WIPED The Democrat Party Out
in the Impeachment SCAM. There has been a lack of Interest
in the PoopFlinging Of American Politics.

The DNC has ZERO Possible Options For a 2020 Candidate!
And The Current Candidate Rising to the TOP is a Full Blown Communist!

SO, Given the Current State Of American Politics.
They Better Do SOMETHING Or The USA Will Soon
Be Identifying as the Former USA,
and The Current USSA!
Under Bernie Sanders!
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Well Sense the Senate WIPED The Democrat Party Out
in the Impeachment SCAM. There has been a lack of Interest
in the PoopFlinging Of American Politics.

The DNC has ZERO Possible Options For a 2020 Candidate!
And The Current Candidate Rising to the TOP is a Full Blown Communist!

SO, Given the Current State Of American Politics.
They Better Do SOMETHING Or The USA Will Soon
Be Identifying as the Former USA,
and The Current USSA!
Under Bernie Sanders!

It does seem that recent events have shattered some of the delusions of the lunatic left, and sent the sycophants back to the basements, projects and local libraries demoralized and confused.

Best thing is, the backlash from the soft coup has yet to hit the courts.


Good times!
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