Imagine coming home after being away for a few days to discover that your house was broken into, and your television was stolen. You call the cops. The Chief of Police himself arrives. He looks around and then tells you, “Well, it doesn’t look like you were bankrupted by this. The scale of this crime just doesn’t warrant an investigation.” You say, “But wait a minute! My doorbell camera took a clear video of the thief’s face. It also shows him walking out with my TV. Plus, he dropped his wallet on the floor while he was robbing me! Here’s his driver license!” But the Chief shrugs and walks away. Sounds absurd, right? But that is exactly what former Attorney General Bill Barr did to America on December 1, 2020.
That was the day when Barr subverted the chain of command by refusing to first tell his boss – President Donald J. Trump – that he wasn’t going to investigate any of the mountains of electoral fraud that we were all watching unfold on our non-stolen TVs. Instead, Bill Barr went to the Associated Press and announced that he “had not seen fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election.”
There’s that word again: “scale.” What the hell does the scale have to do with whether or not a crime is going to be investigated? Vote fraud in a presidential election is a federal crime. Therefore, it’s the job of the federal Department of Justice to investigate. You can determine the scale of the crime later; you don’t refuse to investigate just because you have an opinion that the scale was small (which it wasn’t, but whatever).
And for his betrayal of America, Bill Barr is now walking around with $2 million bucks worth of George Soros jing-a-ling in his pocket from a book deal.
Anyway, why am I talking about Bill Barr right now? It seems like the Justice Department and the FBI are filled with bad apples from top-to-bottom. But maybe there was one good apple in the DOJ last year.
He’s a guy most of us have never heard of: Jeffrey Clark. When Bill Barr quit in a huff last December 23 to go cash his Soros paycheck, Trump appointed a guy named Jeffrey Rosen to serve as acting Attorney General, and Jeffrey Clark became the acting Assistant Attorney General. It’s worth noting that Jeffrey Rosen was Bill Barr’s handpicked recommendation to temporarily replace him. For some reason, Trump took Barr’s word for it and appointed Rosen to that temporary post.
Jeffrey Clark is now being smeared as an “insurrectionist” who tried to “subvert democracy” and helped cause the January 6th Worst Thing That Has Ever Happened. Nancy Pelosi’s partisan January 6 Committee had subpoenaed Clark and they plan to railroad him for the “crime” of trying to save America from a stolen election.
Here is what Clark did that you probably haven’t heard about before today:
Immediately after becoming acting Assistant Attorney General, Clark drafted a letter to Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and the Georgia legislature. The letter was also going to be copied to the governors and legislatures in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona and Nevada. The letter told the states to pause in certifying their election results, because the Department of Justice had “taken notice of irregularities” in the 2020 farce. You know – the same irregularities that Bill Barr was supposed to have taken notice of and taken action on several weeks earlier.
Clark’s letter goes on to tell the legislatures to convene “a special session so . . . legislators are in a position to take additional testimony, receive new evidence, and deliberate on the matter consistent with duties under the U.S. Constitution.”
Can you imagine where we’d be as a country today if that had happened? If President Trump was in office instead of the imposter, we’d have no federal vaccine mandates, no clogged shipping ports, no runaway food inflation, and it would cost about 50% less to fill up our gas tanks.
But it didn’t happen. Bill Barr’s handpicked replacement Jeffrey Rosen forbid Jeffrey Clark from sending the letter to the swing states where Democrats stole the 2020 election. We’re probably going to be hearing a lot about Jeffrey Clark from the liberal media and the Democrats over the next few days, about how “Trump politicized the Justice Department” to “help with his coup!” I thought it was worth letting everyone know what Jeffrey Clark really attempted to do, before the Democrats start smearing him.