Bye Bye, Bill Barr

When someone is looking for a job, one of the most important pieces of the puzzle is to do research on the company they are applying to. If, for any reason, there is a high rate of turnover, it is usually a sign that something is not right.

Four years ago, when you know who unfortunately won the election, he claimed that he had the ability to hire “the best people” for the myriad of positions that needed filling. But yet, many of those who have worked for him have either resigned or have been publicly fired.

The latest among these former White House staffers is Attorney General Bill Barr. Yesterday, he announced that as of next week, he would be resigning from his position.

This man has been nothing but a lapdog and a stooge for you know who. When the results of the Russia investigation were finally released, Barr did all he could to subvert the truth. It is only as of late that he appeared to grow a conscious in regards to the results of the Presidential election last month.

History has a way of judging our action in ways that few things can. We can only guess how future generations will look upon our present. That being said, I have a feeling that the political perception of the last few years will not be a positive one.

How Long Before Bill Barr is Fired?

The general job description of a public servant, regardless of status or title, is to serve the public. But for the last four years, you know who has had the idea that those in public service are there to serve his needs. As a result, those in the higher levels of government have either become brownnosers or are employed elsewhere.

Among those might need to find another job soon is Bill Barr. After months of being you know who’s stooge (Russia investigation anyone?), Barr is now getting heat for saying that claim of election fraud is just that. When he spoke to the AP, he said the following:

“to date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election.”

The question is, how long before Bill Barr is fired? You know who is not known for keeping people around him who publicly disagree with him. The truth is that no matter what Barr’s future is, there will be a new President and a new administration in January. But either way, I have a feeling that there will be a new Attorney General for the month or so.

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