AG Bill Barr
Attorney General Bill Barr is scheduled to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week on May 1st to testify about Mueller’s report, the GOP-led panel confirmed on Wednesday.
Barr will also appear before the Democrat-led House Judiciary Committee on May 2nd.
Bill Barr’s appearances in front of both committees have been planned for a few weeks, however the hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee was confirmed on Wednesday.
The May 1st hearing will take place in the Dirksen Senate Office building and will be live-streamed.
Attorney General Bill Barr is under siege by the Democrats for his handling of the Mueller report.
The Democrats and their stenographers in the media were stunned on March 24th when Bill Barr released a summary report of Mueller’s “principal conclusions” that revealed Trump did not collude with the Kremlin during the 2016 election.
Barr and DAG Rosenstein then concluded that Trump did not obstruct justice either — and this sent the Democrats into a rage.
Mueller’s report outlined the 10 ‘episodes’ of obstruction that were investigated and the Dems are using this as a vehicle for impeachment.
Bill Barr fanned the flames even more when he said during a recent Senate hearing that he believes ‘spying did occur’ during the 2016 election.
House Democrats are also working to get Mueller to testify, but the Justice Department has not stated if it would happen.