Democrats Want Dictator Biden – Will They Get It?

Of all the fake nonsense I’ve heard about Joe Biden, this is by far the most ridiculous thing I’ve heard.

Former FBI general counsel and lawyer for the Mueller probe, Andrew Weissmann, recently made an interview on MSNBC where he gushed about Joe Biden, calling him the personification of the rule of law.

“What we have before us is a president who is upholding the rule of law in the most personal manner,” he stated. “He has the authority to tell the DOJ to step down, but he is not doing so. It is customary. This explains his lack of action. He could say to the DOJ, “This is what you need to do.” Despite his ability to do so, he is not pardoning his son due to the federal accusations. That’s not his intention. He is capable of accomplishing both of those tasks. He’s not doing it, but he’s setting an example of what it means for this nation to have the rule of law. You can truly observe his interactions with his own son to gauge his belief in the rule of law.

The main point I want to make here is that Weissman is lying about Biden’s commitment to the rule of law. I could go on and on about how Weissman acknowledges that Biden has the authority to order the DOJ to do whatever he would like, which contradicts talking points about the Department of Justice’s independence.

AG Merrick Garland first designated David Weiss as special counsel to look into Hunter Biden. Weiss, the U.S. attorney in Delaware at the time, initially refrained from charging Hunter Biden with tax fraud, which could have led to the imprisonment of any other American. At first, Weiss argued that there wasn’t enough evidence to pursue charges. However, the IRS whistleblowers eventually forced Weiss to act upon crucial information he had decided not to act upon.

According to testimony from criminal investigator Joseph Ziegler and IRS Criminal Supervisory Special Agent Gary Shapley, Jr., Biden recorded payments to prostitutes on his 2018 tax filings under the name Owasco P.C. They discovered a $25,000 payment intended for a “golf membership,” but actually for membership in an L.A. sex club.

Such false expenses would have resulted in jail time for any regular citizen. According to a group of attorneys defending one of the IRS officers, the brave efforts of these whistleblowers would have prevented Hunter Biden from even facing charges.

Regarding the gun allegations, did Weissmann overlook the fact that the DOJ prosecutors worked with Hunter’s attorney to broker a sweetheart plea agreement that essentially granted him immunity from prosecution in the future and prevented the trial from taking place? Hunter would not be in court if Judge Maryellen Noreika hadn’t dismissed the plea agreement as illegal.

Regarding Biden’s reluctance to pardon Hunter for the gun charge, is Weissmann genuinely naive enough to assume that this decision was not motivated by political considerations? Given that Donald Trump is the target of numerous politically motivated indictments, Joe Biden would suffer greatly politically if his father pardoned Hunter Biden. Hunter won’t receive a pardon until after the election, regardless of the outcome.

Author: Steven Sinclaire


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