Former AG Bill Barr Drops Bombshell Prediction

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( – On Wednesday, during an appearance on Fox News’ “Friends Across America,” former U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr shared his reaction to the guilty verdict in former President Donald Trump’s hush money case. 

Speaking to Fox News host Jimmy Failla, Barr revealed that he believed the case against Trump “was an abomination” and wouldn’t be brought to trial, adding that he was “surprised” when the prosecutors “went ahead with it.” 

Barr then wondered how Americans would react once the case against Trump “is overturned,” explaining his thought process about how people would react in a “very close election” if the former President loses and then the “case is overturned.” 

The Trump administration Attorney General also voiced his opinion on how the verdict may affect Trump’s 2024 Presidential campaign. 

Barr described the conviction as “unfair to the voter,” suggesting that mainstream media is a “co-conspirator in all of this,” as the media wouldn’t report honestly or “talk about the issues.” 

He eluded that the Department of Justice knew the facts of the case wouldn’t amount to a federal campaign violation, which is why it was pursued at the state level. 

Barr then attacked the gag order, which Trump still has to comply with, calling it “unprecedented and crazy” that a major Presidential candidate was being prevented from defending himself. 

However, Trump’s guilty verdict has had the opposite effect many in the media speculated it would have, flipping a switch in the minds of voters of all political affiliations. 

Recently, “The Free Press” investigated what the feeling about Trump’s verdict was among longtime Democrats and undecided voters. 

Many expressed their support for Trump and signaled how the verdict had changed their mind about which President — Trump or President Joe Biden — would be worse for American democracy. 

One ex-Hillary Clinton supporter, Shaun McGuire, noted that voters had been told “Trump would be the end of democracy” but pointed out that the Democrats’ “lawfare tactics” had made him believe the GOP was less of a threat to democracy than Democrats. 

Others shared a similar sentiment.

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