By Townhall. Since the release of the Mueller report in April, Attorney General Bill Barr has been attacked by the deranged Left for refusing to fall in line with their Russian collusion narrative. They panicked when he used the term “spying” to describe the action taken against the Trump campaign in 2016. He’s been accused of “protecting the president” and the salty language in Washington D.C. significantly ramped up after he announced an investigation into the origins of the Russia probe.
Lamenting his actions, Democrats and their allies in the media have been feigning concern by asking, “But what about Barr’s reputation? His legacy?” . . .
During an interview with CBS News from Alaska this week, Barr responded.
“Everyone dies and I am not, you know, I don’t believe in the Homeric idea that you know, immortality comes by, you know, having odes sung about you over the centuries, you know?” he said. “I am at the end of my career.”
(Read more from “AG Barr Was Asked About Concern over His Reputation, His Response Is Hilarious” HERE)
AG Barr Takes Military Transport Plane with Help of Alaska National Guard
By Fox News. Attorney General William Barr appeared to mix up his usual travel methods when he took a military transport plane with help from the Alaska National Guard.
“Sometimes plans change and you have to take a military transport plane to your next round-table discussion. Thanks for the lift, @AKNationalGuard! #AdventuresWithAGBarr,” Justice Department spokeswoman Kerri Kupec tweeted on Thursday.
Sometimes plans change and you have to take a military transport plane to your next round-table discussion. Thanks for the lift, @AKNationalGuard! #AdventuresWithAGBarr @TheJusticeDept pic.twitter.com/C46S97Y61T
— KerriKupecDOJ (@KerriKupecDOJ) May 31, 2019
The tweet showed a brief video of Barr strapped into a seat while overlooking mountains and fields through the rear of the plane.
Attorney General Barr joined U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder, Senator Dan Sullivan, and regional Alaska Native leaders to discuss public safety and law enforcement issues impacting Alaska Native villages in remote areas of the state. @OVWJustice @USAttorneys pic.twitter.com/zBIpQtD7PW
— U.S. Attorney Alaska (@USAO_AK) May 30, 2019
Meanwhile, in Alaska….
— KerriKupecDOJ (@KerriKupecDOJ) May 30, 2019
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