Pull the Other One! AG Garland Denies There's a Two-Tiered Justice System

Nick Kangadis | September 20, 2023
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Those in Washington D.C. — whether they’re politicians or higher ups in government agencies — really know how to spin a line of bull***t, don’t they? One thing rational people understand is nuance and context, especially when it comes to making generalized statements. Those who employ reason and logic know that when you reference a body of people, you’re not necessarily making a blanket statement about the entirety of said body.

There are plenty of good people working within our government who most likely want to legitimately uphold the law, while also not infringing on the rights of American citizens. However, when the head of the DOJ comes out and says that there’s no such thing as a two-tiered justice system, you have to wonder, ‘Is he telling us or trying to convince himself?’

On Wednesday morning, Attorney General Merrick Garland appeared before the House Judiciary Committee and conveyed how sterling and spotless the Department of Justice is when it comes to applying the law equally.

 

And our job is to uphold the rule of law. That means we apply the same laws to everyone. There is not one set of laws for the powerful and another for the powerless, one for the rich and another for the poor, one for Democrats and another for Republicans, or different rules depending upon ones race or ethnicity or religion. Our job is to pursue justice without fear or favor. Our job in not to do what is politically convenient.

Yeah, okay buddy. Pull the other one, will ya?

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Is that why the DOJ hasn’t pursued the insurrectionists from May 29, 2020 with the same vigor as those from similar events of that nature?

Is that why the Garland issued a memo to look further into parents who questioned curriculum and policies at school board meetings, which the National School Boards Association deemed “a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes?” I mean, God forbid parents parents get upset about their daughters being raped in school bathrooms or teachers grooming students with porn-adjacent material.

Is that why it took Garland over a minute to simply say that Catholics are not "extremists," as evidenced by the X video below? 

Garland’s track record speaks for itself, despite what the one-time Supreme Court nominee might lead us to believe.

 

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