The coronavirus-related lockdown orders were surpassed only by slavery as the “greatest intrusion on civil liberties” in our nation’s history, says Attorney General William Barr. “You know, putting a national lockdown, stay-at-home orders, is like house arrest. It’s — you know, other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint, this is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history.” AG Barr went on to say, “The person in the white coat is not the ‘grand seer’ who can come up with a right decision for society. A free people makes its decision through its elected representative.” 

Certainly one of the most forthcoming moments with his reaction to the current political environment from the attorney general. All this, while the clock continues to tick forward toward a pivotal election, and with so many loose ends still to be tied up. Still no word on the John Durham investigation⏤as many Americans lose confidence in a system that is anything but honest!  Image: AP

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