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After the spectacle of yesterday’s Senate hearing, and the House Judiciary Committee changing its terms today, Attorney General Barr says “no” to their subpoena.

On today’s broadcast, we discussed the Department of Justice and Attorney General Bill Barr boycotting the House Judiciary Committee hearing, opting not to appear before them today.

Democrats announced they would allow committee lawyers, rather than strictly Members of Congress, to question the Attorney General Barr. The Committee also demanded to be provided the complete, unredacted Mueller report on Russian collusion in the 2016 election.

That report includes highly sensitive and classified material, including grand jury material that would be illegal to disclose. AG Barr was right to refuse to provide it.

The leftist House majority has turned the proceedings into bad theatre, just as we told you Democrat Senators attempted to do yesterday. What we’re witnessing is a pre-emptive attack on AG Bill Barr by the Left, pounding the table and vilifying the AG because they’re unhappy with the results of the Mueller report. It’s a clear-cut case of attacking the messenger.

In fact, we speculated that Left actually fears that the Mueller probe will now boomerang back on them, because now AG Barr has made it known he is investigating the investigators to see what the real motivation was, and what tactics were used.

We asked our audience: Do you believe that the Attorney General should investigate the investigators?

You can listen to the entire episode here.

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