— Dan Scavino (@DanScavino) July 29, 2020
AG Bill Barr: “Since when is it okay to try and burn down a federal court?" pic.twitter.com/dESoHbQKLn
— Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) July 28, 2020
Attacks on federal property and personnel have been going on for weeks. The need for action is plain. Mr. Barr was unflappable, but blunt. One highlight came when he was being questioned by Congressman Steve Chabot, a Republican of Ohio. “Federal courts are under attack,” Mr. Barr said, before exclaiming: “Since when is it okay to try and burn down a federal court?”
That a U.S. attorney general has to make that point to Congress is itself amazing, and Mr. Barr marked it well. “This is the first time in my memory,” he said at one point, “that the leaders of one of our great two political parties — the Democratic Party — are not coming out and condemning mob violence and the attack on federal courts. Why can’t we just say, you know, violence against federal courts has to stop? Can we hear like that?”
No answer was forthcoming.
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SUPERCUT: Democrats reclaim their time during Bill Barr hearingt.co/lKJ3a5qaOW
— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) July 28, 2020