Democrat Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii is among those who took issue with what Attorney General Bill Barr had to say to a Senate committee this week, as well as President Trump’s follow-up comments:
When Attorney General Barr opens his mouth, Donald Trump’s words come popping out. Donald Trump may think that this is a dictatorship, but we don’t have coups in this country. We have elections. We have the rule of law. pic.twitter.com/Bef2dmpDE1
— Senator Mazie Hirono (@maziehirono) April 11, 2019
Gina Loudon didn’t want to hear it coming from a congressional Dem:
— Dr Gina (@RealDrGina) April 12, 2019
Democrat officials in various states have sued the Trump administration for not wanting to allow them to defy federal laws and yet we get “rule of law” lectures from Dems in Congress? Please.
Like the 2016 election that she and her party have yet to accept the results from!
— Doug ?? (@N22PapaDelta) April 12, 2019
— Jimmy Lee (@Real_JimmyLee) April 12, 2019
I thought the AG was supposed to be the President's wing man?
— Ron in Free Texas (@RonEthridgeTX) April 12, 2019
That’s according to Eric Holder, but Dems obviously thought that was only an acceptable thing for an AG to say when Obama was president.