DOJ sets the stage to interfere in yet another election

Attorney General Merrick Garland made it clear final week that the Justice Department intends to interfere in the 2024 presidential election. The unapologetic Biden administration hack’s resolution to appoint a particular counsel to examine former President Donald Trump, his alleged efforts to overturn the outcomes of the 2020 election, and his dealing with of categorized paperwork, got here simply three days after Trump introduced his 2024 candidacy. The timing just isn’t a coincidence.

This is the Democratic Party’s fifth consecutive try to manipulate the will of the folks. In 2016, primarily based on a bogus file commissioned by Hillary Clinton’s marketing campaign and the Democratic National Committee, the FBI tried to painting Trump as an agent of Russia. They did this regardless of the proven fact that declassified notes taken by former CIA Director John Brennan following a July 28, 2016, assembly present he knew the allegations of Russian collusion had been manufactured by Clinton. Please notice the date. The FBI opened Crossfire Hurricane, higher generally known as the Russia collusion hoax, simply two days later.

In his notes, which he later shared with former President
Barack Obama
, Brennan wrote: “We’re getting extra perception into Russian actions from [REDACTED]. CITE [summarizing] alleged authorised by Hillary Clinton a proposal from certainly one of her international coverage advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by the Russian safety service.”

The FBI can not declare ignorance both. A September 2016 CIA investigative referral despatched to then-FBI Director James Comey and then-Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence Peter Strzok reads: “Per FBI verbal request, CIA gives the under examples of data the CROSSFIRE HURRICANE fusion cell has gleaned to date. An alternate [REDACTED] discussing U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s approval of a plan regarding U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers hampering U.S. elections as a method of distracting the public from her use of a personal electronic mail server.”

In January 2017, the FBI interviewed Igor Danchenko, file creator Christopher Steele’s main sub-source, who admitted the tales had been made up in a bar. But that didn’t cease then-acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein from appointing former FBI Director Robert Mueller as particular counsel to examine then-President Trump’s alleged collusion with the Kremlin 4 months later. The 22-month-long Mueller investigation forged a shadow over the first two years of Trump’s presidency and loomed massive over the 2018 midterm elections. Had Attorney General William Barr not intervened the following spring to carry the investigation to an finish, there’s no telling how lengthy it might have continued.

The 2020 presidential election noticed extra interference. At least a dozen FBI whistleblowers have reached out to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), rating members of the Senate and House Judiciary Committees, respectively, to inform them that, in the months main up to the election, bureau insiders tried to scuttle the investigation into Hunter Biden’s international enterprise adventures. Their modus operandi was to label the story as Russian disinformation.

Moreover, throughout a prolonged and revealing interview on
The Joe Rogan Experience
podcast earlier this 12 months, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted Facebook suppressed circulation of the Hunter Biden laptop computer report after it acquired a warning from the FBI about potential Russian misinformation.

Zuckerberg advised Rogan, “The
I feel, principally got here to us, some of us on our staff, and stated, ‘Hey, simply so you realize, you ought to be on excessive alert. We thought that there was a variety of Russian propaganda in the 2016 election. We have it on a discover; principally, there’s about to be some sort of a dump that’s related to that, so simply be vigilant.’”

And we are able to’t overlook the letter signed by 51 former high-ranking intelligence neighborhood officers, which discredited the Hunter Biden laptop computer report as Russian disinformation.

Under Garland’s management, the corruption that started throughout the Obama administration has turn into extra deeply entrenched. The DOJ’s prosecution of Jan. 6 protesters was elevated to precedence standing. The FBI altered its classification system to make it seem as if home terrorism — from MAGA Republicans, little question — was a serious menace to the U.S.

Most notably, three months prior to the 2022 election, Garland himself ordered the FBI’s dramatic raid on
to seek for categorized paperwork Trump had faraway from the White House when he left workplace. Although many former presidents have carried out the identical factor, none have ever been investigated, not to mention prosecuted.

Garland promised final week that his particular counsel investigation into Trump will likely be well timed. But it is going to little question stretch into 2024, thus impacting the subsequent presidential election cycle. This is the stuff of corrupt third-world governments, not democratic republics.

However, a Republican-controlled House simply may throw a monkey wrench into the DOJ’s plans. Their lineup of FBI whistleblowers and the testimony of Hunter Biden’s former enterprise associate, Tony Bobulinski, who’s “1,000% positive” that President Joe Biden is the “massive man” referred to in a damning electronic mail on his son’s deserted laptop computer, could show that the president is certainly compromised by his household’s wide-ranging influence-peddling enterprise and is, therefore, unfit to serve.

Of course, the Democratic Party will cease at nothing to forestall that from occurring. But the GOP majority in the decrease chamber, slim as it’s, has materially modified the battlefield.

During an interview at Fox News’s Patriot Awards final week, Bobulinski
that when folks see the info, “they are going to be shocked.” Let’s hope he’s proper.


Elizabeth Stauffer is a contributor to the
Washington Examiner
and the
Western Journal
. Her articles have appeared at MSN, RedState, Newsmax, the Federalist, and RealClearPolitics. Follow her on 

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