Attorney General Bill Bar spoke recently with Chicago Tribune columnist John Kass and went off on Democrats over “mob violence,” mail-in voting, and the idea that President Donald Trump will refuse to leave office and “seize power” if he loses.
The focus of the interview was rising crime in cities across the country, particularly Chicago.
Barr teed off on the “so-called resistance” going after the Trump administration and said, “There undoubtedly are many people in the government who surreptitiously work to thwart the administration.”
He said the mob violence happening is cities “is another very disconcerting development” and went after the Democrats in particular, saying, “Increasingly the message of the Democrats appears to be ‘Biden or no peace.’”
At one point