William Barr: FBI Falsified Docs to Continue Spying on Trump AFTER Election

AG Bill Bar accuses FBI of falsifying documents to continue spying on Trump after the election

Attorney General William Barr says the FBI falsified documents to continue its illegal spy campaign against President Trump after he won the 2016 election.

In a bombshell interview with NBC News on Tuesday, AG Barr spilled the beans on how the Bureau attempted to derail Donald Trump’s presidency.

TRANSCRIPT:

PETE WILLIAMS: What questions will John Durham address that the IG didn’t?

ATTORNEY GENERAL WILLIAM BARR: Durham is looking at the whole waterfront. He is looking at the issue of how it got started. He’s looking at whether or not the narrative of Trump being involved in the Russia interference actually preceded July and was it, in fact, the precipitating trigger for the investigation. He’s also looking at the conduct of the investigation. There were some things done in the investigation that are not included in Horowitz’s report. He’s looking at those things. But also, a few weeks ago, I told him that he should spend just as much attention on the post-election period. I did that because of some of the stuff that Horowitz has uncovered, which, to me, inexplicable.

WILLIAMS: Such as?

ATTORNEY GENERAL BARR: Their case collapsed after the election and they never told the court. They kept on getting renewals on these applications. There were documents falsified in order to get these renewals. There were all kinds of withholding of information from the court. The question really is: “What was the agenda after the election?” They kept on pressing ahead after their case collapsed. This is the President of the United States.