If more Americans catch wind of this, the Democrats could be done for.
Attorney General Bill Barr knows their dirty secret and the Democrats are doing just about anything to keep it under wraps.
During his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee freaked out after Barr uttered the word “spying.”
Democrat Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse aggressively told Barr he didn’t like using that word and it was inaccurate.
Barr responded to Sen. Whitehouse’s statement by mockingly using it 3 more times.
“I’m not going to abjure the use of the word ‘spying,’” he said. “My first job was in CIA. I don’t think the word ‘spying’ has any pejorative connotation at all,” Sen. Whitehouse stated.
“I think spying is a good English word that, in fact, doesn’t have synonyms because it is the broadest word incorporating really all forms of covert intelligence collection, so I’m not going to back off the word ‘spying,’” Barr said.
“Frankly, we went back and looked at press usage and up until all the faux outrage a couple of weeks ago, it’s commonly used in the press to refer to authorized activities,” he continued.
“It’s not commonly used by the Department,” Sen. Whitehouse furiously replied.
“It’s commonly used by me,” Attorney general Barr shot back with a smirk.