Former Attorney General Bill Barr is so afraid of President Trump getting the GOP nomination he can’t even have an honest discussion about it.
He gets straight into hyperbolic nonsense!
Over the weekend, he said, “I have made clear that I strongly oppose Trump for the nomination and will not endorse Trump.” When asked how he would vote if Trump in a match-up against Biden in the general election, Barr said, “I’ll jump off that bridge when I get to it.”
Many are replying with the obvious question: is that a promise, Bill?
As the former Attorney General, Barr’s tenure was marked by failure, particularly in handling the investigation into election fraud in 2020, which basically handed the White House to Joe Biden. Since then, he has become a vocal critic of the former president, joining other former Trump administration officials who have distanced themselves from him due to an absolute witch hunt that now includes 40 charges related to mishandling classified documents and obstruction of justice.
Barr even recently went as far as calling Trump a “consummate narcissist,” which is really the pot calling the kettle black, if you ask me!
Of course, I don’t wish any harm to come to Bill Barr, but his recent comments have made it evident that he will be deeply disappointed when Trump emerges victorious, crushing all opposition in the primary.