The honor this week goes to one of the smartest, angriest and most contemptuous of this extremist group we have in power right now. He has pushed the justice envelope farther than any before him, demonstrating in the process how smoothly he combines the most salient traits of Hermann Goering (the contemptuous bully) and Josef Goebbels (the cunning, contemptuous propagandist). Bravo, Bagpiper, take a bow, you beefy Nazi fuck.
Barr worked in government alongside fellow right-wing zealots Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld in the years after Nixon’s disgraceful resignation under threat of bipartisan impeachment. Congress and the Court put limits on presidential power, because we’d had a president who lied about not being a crook, abused the powers of his office to attempt to brazenly obstruct justice and so forth.
These fine, ideological men, Barr, Rummy, the aptly named Dick Cheney, were among a powerful core of super conservatives who believed it was totally unfair of the other branches, the so-called Checks and Balances, to limit the powers of the Unitary Executive, the most important man in government, the equivalent of the corporate CEO, just because one was unfairly caught in criminal activity, repeatedly lied about it and was unconscionably disgraced and forced to resign.
Barr was as adamant as the others that the powers of the president (if he was of their political persuasion, of course) could not be limited in any way. It was a long-time dream of these hierarchically thinking men of power that in any just system you have an all-powerful boss, and his loyal supporters who are well-rewarded, and the rest just do what they’re fucking told and be happy about it or shut the fuck up. In Germany they had a phrase for this, for life under their infallible CEO boss from 1933-45: fuhrerworte haben Gesetzeskraft: the leader’s word has the force of law.
Prior to the new president’s inauguration in 2017, the incoming National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, contacted the Russian government and told them not to worry about Obama’s sanctions for their election interference, that they’d work things out once Trump was in power. Then he lied to Vice President Pence, told him he’d had no contact with the Russian ambassador or anyone else. Pence repeated the lie on national television. Pence later confirmed Flynn had lied to him. Trump fired Flynn, with regret, for lying to Pence.
Meanwhile, it turned out, Flynn had also lied to the FBI when they questioned him in connection with their investigation into now well-documented Russian interference on behalf of Trump in the 2016 election. Flynn was referred for prosecution by Robert Mueller III (Bobby Three Sticks), and twice pleaded guilty in federal court, under oath, to lying to the FBI.
He stated while making his pleas that God had told him he must take responsibility for his actions, plead guilty, make amends and move forward with his life. Then Trump started having regular shit fits on twitter, FOX got involved.
Sean Hannity made the case that even though Flynn volunteered to be interviewed by the FBI, that it was arranged days in advance, and conducted in Flynn’s office, that Flynn had been viciously trapped. The FBI, FOX argued, had set Flynn up. For one thing, they never told him lying to the FBI was a federal crime, and they deprived him of the right to counsel. Every skel and scumbag in the world, charged with a crime, gets the right to a lawyer, but not Flynn. The irrational hatred of Trump, you see, went so deep in the Deep State, they were berserk and venegefully determined to get Flynn, no matter what. Made sense to Hannity, to Trump, to Barr, to Flynn. Trump began randomly tweeting about what a great, unfairly victimized man Flynn was.
This outpouring of support, rational or not, caused Flynn to stiffen his spine. He got a new legal team, and attempted to withdraw his two guilty pleas. He’d apparently heard further from the God he prayed to, the one who at first told him he had to be accountable for the crime he’d committed, and that God, on reconsidering, apparently, told him the Deep State had persecuted and trapped him, like Judas and the Romans did to Jesus Himself, and Flynn resolved that he’d go to hell before allowing himself to be sentenced to prison for a “crime” he realized now he did not even commit. He wanted to withdraw both of his guilty pleas. After all, is loyalty a crime? Is love of country a crime? Is protecting the president a crime?
Barr recently decided Flynn had been crucified long enough. He directed a motion be made to the court that was about to sentence Flynn. the DOJ moved to dismiss the case “in the interests of justice.” Hermann Goering is high-fiving our attorney general from his grave. What a ballsy move, comrade! In your fucking faces, Social Justice losers!
Then comes the real kicker, Barr’s in-your-face contempt of everything he claims to stand for:
Barr told CBS News he believes the Justice Department’s “duty, we think, is to dismiss the case.”
“A crime cannot be established here. They did not have a basis for the counterintelligence investigation against Flynn at that stage,” Barr said.
When asked if Flynn lied to the FBI, Barr responded, “Well, you know, people sometimes plead to things that turn out not to be crimes.” 
Barr insisted Thursday that he wanted the dismissed charges to “restore confidence in the system” and show people “there’s only one standard of justice.”
Barr also said, with his trademark pugnacious smirk — ah, I’ll let the Daily Beast tell it, they put it nicely:
Trump had previously hinted that he was considering a pardon for Flynn. After denying he was doing Trump’s bidding, Barr was asked how history would remember this move.
“History is written by the winners, so it largely depends on who is writing the history,” he said with a sly smile.
Naturally, Barr, who has never been able to refrain from gloating as his evil enemies fume, also said other provocative things, with a glint in his steely eye, which is one more reason he is our top Nazi Fuck of the Week:
Barr insisted Thursday night that he was not dragging politics into his decisions, suggesting the real bias at work was against Flynn, who had pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to FBI agents in an interview about his conversations with the Russian ambassador.
“I want to make sure that we restore confidence in the system. There’s only one standard of justice,” Barr told CBS News. “It’s sad that nowadays these partisan feelings are so strong that people have lost any sense of justice.”
Asked whether he was doing Trump’s bidding, Barr said: “I’m doing the law’s bidding.”
“Sad,” you understand, “that nowadays these partisan feelings are so strong that people have lost any sense of justice.” And, by people, of course, I refer to you eternally angry, damned to hell godless evildoing partisan losers.
Barr decided the interests of justice detemined that Flynn was the victim, as Trump is always the victim, as Barr himself has always been the victim. Their type are understandably sick and fucking tired of being victimized by merciless partsan hacks just because they answer to a much higher calling than the average powerless loser. They will not stand for it! NOT ANY MORE!
I will give Neal Katyal the last word, the piece he wrote with fellow Georgetown law professor Joshua Geltzer, really puts Barr’s latest atrocity against justice into stark perspective. They call it THE APPALLING DAMAGE OF DROPPING THE MICHAEL FLYNN CASE. Appalling it truly is. Our experiment in democracy has now been concluded, please continue to hold…
 The legal basis for the interview with Flynn, was laid out with irrefutable legal precision by Mary McCord, the acting assistant attorney general who reviewed all the paperwork in the case. Her clear, concise Op Ed is entitled BILL BARR TWISTED MY WORDS IN DROPPING THE FLYNN CASE. HERE’S THE TRUTH.
 As for Fuckface himself:
Trump has also naturally praised the DOJ’s decision, telling reporters Thursday that Flynn is an “innocent man” who is now “an even greater warrior.” “He is a great gentleman. He was targeted by the Obama administration and he was targeted in order to try and take down a president, and what they’ve done is a disgrace, and I hope a big price is going to be paid,” Trump said.