Recent statements from Barr has made him a subject of criticism on circular media.





Any dissenting opinion on COVID-19 is bound to generate heated controversies, with the circular media in a position to vilify any view that has the capability of swaying opinions from the singular narrative that's allowed to thrive, which is anchored around falsehood and deceit.

Because of the stern media attack that is aimed at anyone who chooses to criticize or question the authenticity of what is being shared and what is being enforced. There’s a generic melancholic tone adopted by many leaders who won’t like to go against the circular media.


The United States Attorney General is the latest in a list of high profile names who have thrown themselves to the sharks of circular media by criticizing the rationale behind the lockdown and calling it the highest infringement on civil liberties only comparable to slavery.


Speaking in Virginia, the Attorney general didn’t shy away from putting his social reputation on the line by unequivocally calling the coronavirus lockdown, an infringement on the rights and civil liberties of the people.


‘’You know, putting a national lockdown, stay at home orders, is like house arrest. Its - you know, other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint, this is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history’’

Barr said in a question and answer session in Virginia.


He also added that decisions on national issues should not be decided by scientists, but the elected political leaders.


Delving deeper into controversial issues, Barr said that protesters are simply props for political agendas, which the Democrats are using to score ballot points.