Bill Barr’s Testimony Before House Judiciary Committee Postponed Due to Coronavirus Concerns


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House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) announced Monday that his committee postponed its March 31st hearing with Attorney General Bill Barr due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

“Due to overwhelming health and safety concerns, the House Judiciary will postpone our March 31st oversight hearing with Attorney General Barr. DOJ has made a commitment to rescheduling the hearing for when the crisis abates and the Committee is able to reconvene,” Nadler said in a tweet.

Last month Barr accepted an invitation to testify to Congress on March 31, the House Judiciary Committee previously announced.

The Democrats are demanding answers from Barr on his intervention in the Roger Stone case.

The Dems also want to know why corrupt US Attorney Jessie Liu’s nomination to the Treasury Department was pulled.

“In your tenure as Attorney General, you have engaged in a pattern of conduct in legal matters relating to the President that raises significant concerns for this Committee,” the Dems wrote, saying the Roger Stone intervention requires “immediate attention.”

The Dems said they will also ask Barr about the creation of a “process” by which Giuliani can give the DOJ information about the Biden crime family.

Never forget that Nadler, Schiff and Pelosi were obsessing over removing Trump from office with impeachment as the Coronavirus began to spread across the world.

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