Two days of testimony strongly suggests Barr’s trying to bury worst findings of Mueller’s 2-year probe, that issued over 2,8000 grand jury subpoenas, generated 34 indictments and yielded $50 million in forfeitures and fines, and to tarnish the investigation—representing Trump’s interests, rather than those of American people.
While Barr presents himself as reasonable, he’s much too partisan to determine what Congress can see. Consider that he:
shared unsolicited 19-page memo hostile to Mueller’s investigation with Trump’s legal team before nominated as Attorney General
wrote 4-page summary, exonerating Trump of obstructing justice, although Mueller’s report explicitly failed to draw that conclusion
is selectively editing special counsel’s findings, allowing Congress and public to see only parts
despite routine provision of grand jury material to Congress, refused to do likewise or seek court approval for its release
accepted Trump’s unsupported claim that FBI spied on his campaign and announced plans to investigate
Even as we ponder what in full Mueller report has Trump so scared that he’ll fight to bitter end to prevent its release, we must keep pressuring our MoCs to ensure that Congress and the American people learn what Mueller uncovered.