Rep. Jerrold Nadler is Dorian Gray’s opposite. Unlike Oscar Wilde’s fictional character, we don’t have to dig in an attic to see the rot in his soul. Looking at and listening to this shrunken gnome instantly proves that anything he says is factually and morally untrue.
Nadler didn’t disappoint with his opening statement to Attorney General Barr, who appeared before the House today. As Mary McCarthy said about Lillian Hellman, every word Barr speaks is a lie, including “and” and “the.”
Nadler accused a stone-faced Barr of endless professional and ethical failings, all of which were predicated on factual lies. This post addresses just some of those lies.
1. Nadler alleged that the DOJ endangered Americans by “flooding federal law enforcement in the streets of American cities” to “unconstitutionally” suppress “dissent.”
The following acts are not “dissent”:
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