Bill Barr’s Father Apparently Wrote A Book, And A Famous Scholar Who Analyzed It Seems To Have Found Disturbing Possible Explanations For Bill’s Behavior

This is disturbing on so many levels!

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Oftentimes, I don’t think people quite realize what exactly is lying beneath the seedy underbelly of the Barr family.

The Barr family’s deep-seated connection with child rapist Jeffery Epstein alone is enough to make your skin crawl, your stomach churn, and make you wonder how these people ever got away with holding one of the highest offices in the United States government — not to mention the family’s sneaky ties to Donald Trump that essentially landed Bill the gig in the first place.

However, it now seems that the Barr family’s dark side may have yet another seedy underbelly of its own — and it’s all thanks to a deep and disturbing analyzation of Donald Barr’s, Attorney General Bill Barr’s father, science fiction novel he penned in the late 1970s.

Renowned St. Louis scholar and author Sarah Kendzior, who specializes in the anthropology of racism and dictatorship, has been warning the masses about the, well, racism and dictatorship we’ve all seen out of the Trump administration for years now. Quite literally, from day one of the Trump presidency.

However, Kendzior has recently turned her attention to the Barr family. And you best believe, it doesn’t speak well of Trump’s Attorney General nor his kin:

But wait, there’s more:

It doesn’t end there either, though, folks. And this one is, in my opinion, by far the most disturbing.

The following analysis stems from Donald Barr’s 1973 sci-fi novel. And I’d just like to remind you, readers, that this man literally ran a high school.

This isn’t a joke:

The man who wrote that book raised the man that’s currently serving as this nation’s Attorney General. But sure. Let’s act like there’s nothing going on there.

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