Hawley Presses Garland: ‘Either Charge the President’ or Tell Biden Cabinet to Invoke 25th Amendment

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As all hell continues to break loose around Joe Biden after the release of Special Counsel Robert Hur’s devastating report on Thursday, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) says Attorney General Merrick Garland is at a crossroads due to Hur’s decision not to charge Biden with mishandling classified documents.

Hawley, a former attorney general of Missouri, told Fox Digital he believes Garland has only two options under the U.S. Constitution.

With all due respect, Senator, Merrick Garland is the hood ornament of the two-tier justice system.

But to Hawley’s larger point, the Hur investigation into Biden’s handling of classified documents found that he “willfully retained and disclosed classified materials after his vice presidency when he was a private citizen,” but nevertheless, the report indicated that Biden wouldn’t be charged. 

And here’s the part principally responsible for all hell breaking loose:

So, yes: Hur concluded that Biden willfully committed a crime. But, no: Biden won’t be charged in part because he’s a “well-meaning elderly man with a poor memory.” 

What a complete crock of crap, which Hawley believes, as well:

Hawley simplified it:

Senator, we’re talking about Merrick Garland here. Look up “brazen miscarriage of justice and degradation of the rule of law,” and you’ll probably see his picture. 

Incidentally, Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-N.Y.) sent a letter to Garland on Thursday night in which she also called on the attorney general to take action.

Garland will do zero.

The Bottom Line

Alarming as it might be — as was the entire report and Joe Biden’s disastrous press conference on Thursday night, Merrick Garland couldn’t care less about the demands of Josh Hawley, Claudia Tenney, or any other Republican. Team Biden — including the president — has brazenly ignored the law for more than three years on multiple fronts.

That will not change.


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