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‘Stunningly Ignorant’ Bill Barr Blasted for His J6 Performance

'A fat guy laughing doesn’t quite substitute for expertise on this topic! ... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) Former Attorney General Bill Barr doubled-down on claims made during Monday’s episode of J6 Tribunal TV, that Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary “2,000 Mules” had been debunked.

“I haven’t seen anything since the election that changes my mind on that including the ‘2,000 Mules’ movie,” Barr said during his testimony, according to Mediaite.

D’Souza rightfully took exception in equal measure to Barr’s jocularity and ignorance.

“The level of ignorance displayed by Bill Barr here is truly stunning,” D’Souza tweeted.

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“He doesn’t seem to understand the very concept of geotracking,” said D’Souza, who compared the former AG to “fat boys” who are “always laughing.”

D’Souza might get the last laugh. 

Gregg Phillips, the investigator with True the Vote who worked with D’Souza on “2,000 Mules” this week revealed a “Geofeedia tracking app that follows every move you make on social media,” and could tie directly to massive 2020 vote fraud, reported 100% Fed Up.

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Phillips posted a challenge on Truth Social to media carrying water for the J6 Inquisition, and Barr, smearing the veracity of the research behind “2,000 Mules.”

“It’s one thing that you chose to stay silent while Mules went viral and educated Americans that the election was indeed stolen,” Phillips wrote.

“It is an entirely different matter that you have chosen to lie to the world.”

Geofeddia tracking was used “to set up a geo-fence around the Capitol on January 6th,” Phillips said.

“We believe they were tracking people all the way back into the latter part of the election, certainly into November and early December.”

The J6 Inquisition, from the beginning, used that information to hunt down convenient suspects who were at the Capitol during the protests, Phillips suggested.

“The January 6th event was on a Tuesday. The next day, they had allegedly already identified some of the people, convened a grand jury, and then issued arrest warrants in a matter of 72 hours,” Phillips said.

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