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Bill Barr Goes After His Own Justice Department – Orders Case Reopened On Trump’s Advisor Mike Flynn

The media—and Democrats—have been going after Attorney General Barr this past week.

Barr butted heads with the president, disagreeing with Trump’s use of Twitter. The president voiced his disgust over the sentencing of Roger Stone.

And Barr wasn’t too pleased about it.

The conflict has generated plenty of controversy for the AG. Even Republicans started to question his leadership.

But his latest view should give them much more confidence.

From CNN:

Attorney General William Barr is ordering a re-examination of several high-profile cases, including that of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, US officials briefed on the matter say, in a move that could bring fresh scrutiny of the political motives behind actions at the Justice Department.

According to reports, Barr is reopening several high-profile cases. In fact, he is looking into the case against Michael Flynn.

Many Americans feel like Flynn got a raw deal from the start.

He was a loyal Trump staffer who got caught in James Comey’s questionable Russian probe.

Flynn pleaded guilty to “lying to the FBI,” although many think he was set up.

He’s since withdrawn that plea and is fighting to overturn any sentencing.

Perhaps Barr agrees with Flynn. His reopening of the case suggests he wants to know exactly what the FBI was up to.

Why did they come down so hard on Flynn, over what is essentially a processing crime?

Was it because he was a Trump ally? Was it because James Comey was conspiring to take down the newly-elected president and anyone who got in his way?

We don’t know for sure, but many believe something fishy was going on.

Could Bar uncover something that clears Flynn’s name? Could he reveal a deeper conspiracy within the FBI?

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