Elizabeth Warren Calls For AG Barr To Resign Or Be Impeached

Now that Democrats have normalized impeachment, it will continue to be a routine component of their political strategy.

The latest to be subjected to the demands of the hysterical lynch mob is Attorney General William Barr who infuriated the resistance by intervening in the sentencing of longtime Republican operative Roger Stone. 

Fresh off of her dismal performance in the New Hampshire primary, Elizabeth Warren is demanding that Barr either resign or face impeachment. 

Stone who was the victim of a pre-dawn paramilitary raid on his home and then was subjected to a grossly unfair prosecution by dirty cops followed by a conviction by a tainted jury and a shady judge, was facing up to 9 years in prison before Barr intervened. 

The Justice Department rebuked Stone’s prosecutors when in a rare move, it smacked down the sentencing recommendation as being “too harsh” for a non-violent first time offender and triggered Democrats obsessed with using the government to punish their political enemies. 

According to Warren, “Congress must act immediately to rein in our lawless Attorney General, Barr should resign or face impeachment.”

Via The Hill, “Warren renews call for Barr to resign over Roger Stone sentencing”:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Wednesday called for Attorney General William Barr to resign in light of the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) move to ask for a shorter prison sentence for Roger Stone, a longtime ally of President Trump.  

“Congress must act immediately to rein in our lawless Attorney General,” Warren, a 2020 presidential candidate who has previously called for Barr’s resignation, said on Twitter. “Barr should resign or face impeachment. And Congress should use spending power to defund the AG’s authority to interfere with anything that affects Trump, his friends, or his elections.”

The demand from Warren came just a day after four federal prosecutors arguing the case against Stone resigned en masse ahead of the Justice Department’s request for a lighter sentence than the one they had originally proposed. 

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