Tucker Carlson, the host of Fox News, has called on President Joe Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland to intervene in the ongoing investigations and potential indictments of former President Donald Trump.
Carlson accuses a Soros-funded prosecutor in New York, who ran on the promise to indict Trump, of working to indict him for a crime that has already been declared not a crime by the federal agency that investigated it.
In addition, Carlson warns that the Biden administration is preparing to investigate and potentially charge over a thousand nonviolent January 6 protesters, many of whom were peaceful like Jacob Chansley. Carlson urges Biden and Garland to put the country above partisanship and preserve justice for future generations.
Carlson believes that the investigations and potential indictments of Trump and his supporters are politically motivated and an abuse of the justice system.
He accuses the prosecutor in New York of pursuing Trump despite the lack of evidence of any wrongdoing and the federal agency’s conclusion that no crime was committed.
Carlson warns that the investigations into January 6 protesters will result in the largest investigation in the history of the Department of Justice and will be an abuse of taxpayer money and civil liberties.
He urges Biden and Garland to intervene and preserve justice for future generations.
Commentary: Carlson’s appeal to Biden and Garland is based on the premise that the investigations and potential indictments are politically motivated and unjust.
While it is important to ensure that the justice system is not used for partisan gain, it is equally important to investigate any alleged wrongdoing regardless of the political affiliation of the person or group in question.
That being said, Carlson’s concerns about the potential abuses of power and civil liberties violations should not be ignored, and it is the responsibility of the justice system to ensure that investigations and prosecutions are carried out in a fair and impartial manner.