Attorney General William Barr Stops Motorcade To Thank Pro-Police Demonstrators (VIDEO)

Attorney General William Barr was traveling in Virginia this week in a motorcade, when he spotted some people demonstrating in support of the police.

Barr actually stopped, got out of the car and thanked the people personally.

The man has real class.

The Washington Examiner reports:

‘Can we make a quick U-Turn?’: AG Barr stops his motorcade to thank pro-police rallygoers in Virginia

Attorney General William Barr stopped his motorcade as it drove by a pro-police rally and exited his car to offer his support for their message.

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“That time you’re driving in Virginia and the Attorney General spots a group of people in front of a police precinct showing their support for the police,” DOJ spokeswoman Kerri Kupec tweeted Thursday evening. “AG to FBI Detail: “Can we make a quick U-Turn? I want to jump out and thank those people.”

Barr can be seen in the video posted by Kupec bumping elbows with rally goers, taking photos, and talking about his recent testimony before Congress.

“We love you,” one woman can be heard saying to Barr as he stood in the middle of the crowd practicing social distancing. “This is awesome,” a man can be heard saying.

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See the video below:

This is something that the left just can’t seem to understand.

Most Americans support law enforcement, they want law and order.


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