AG Barr Fears His Life Is In Danger After Opening Investigations Into Deep State

Attorney General William Barr said that his return to the Department of Justice was comparable to what soldiers experienced prior to D-Day.

Barr said, “As we’ve been watching the coverage of June 6, 1944 D-Day, I had the thought that my arrival this time felt a little bit, I think, like jumping into Sainte-Mère-Église on the morning of June 5, trying to figure out where you could land without getting shot.”

According to Fox News,

Barr, who also served as AG under former President George W. Bush, returned to the Justice Department as Pelosi’s party continued pressing the Russia issue and his department faced intense questioning surrounding the investigation.

From the start, Barr was suspected of bias due to a memo he wrote which said he thought Trump was well within his powers when he fired former FBI Director James Comey — one of the main issues in suspicions surrounding whether the president obstructed justice.

Since his arrival, Barr has taken actions that prompted both media figures and congressional Democrats to accuse him of shielding the president from warranted scrutiny. Barr has also come under fire for pursuing the president’s directive to de-classify intelligence material in order to uncover information related to the Russia probe’s origins.

What are we to gather from what he said? Was he really suggesting that he felt his life could have been in danger upon arriving at the DOJ?

It may just be that he knew that he was going to be verbally attacked by the left when he arrived, but honestly it wouldn’t be unreasonable to conclude that he really could feel his life would be at risk, nor would it be unreasonable to believe that some whacked out Democrat – and there are plenty of them – would set up a hit on the Attorney General. Even more so if the Clinton name comes up and he gets too close.