Looks like Bill Barr and Rudy Giuliani could both go down

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When Attorney General Bill Barr abruptly resigned just a few weeks before the end of Donald Trump’s term, Barr seemed to be trying to distance himself from Trump’s crime spree, perhaps in the hope of avoiding criminal prosecution himself. Barr has largely since been forgotten, but that could change – and he might not be the only one going down.

It’s always been a mystery why Rudy Giuliani – who was widely reported to be under serious criminal investigation throughout 2020 – never was arrested. Now we’re getting the answer. According to the New York Times, federal prosecutors at the SDNY wanted to carry out a warrant against Giuliani in the summer of 2020, but the uppermost reaches of the Department of Justice blocked the move. The reason given was that it was within 60 days of the election – but this doesn’t match the summer 2020 timeline at all, as the election wasn’t until November.

   

In other words, Bill Barr – who was running the Department of Justice at the time – blocked the warrant against Giuliani in order to try to help Trump, and made up a phony reason about it being too close to the election. This is what you call felony obstruction of justice. It’s clear that Giuliani is going down at some point. Now we’ll see if the newly liberated Department of Justice brings obstruction charges against Barr as well.

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