Attorney General Merrick Garland’s decision to appoint David Weiss as special counsel in the Hunter Biden case is riddled with questionable motives. The regulations are clear: a special counsel should be someone “”outside the U.S. government.”” This is to ensure impartiality and avoid conflicts of interest. But Garland’s move blatantly disregards this provision.
Weiss, as a U.S. Attorney, is directly under President Biden’s administration. His appointment as special counsel gives him unchecked authority, potentially allowing him to steer the investigation away from any evidence that might implicate the president. The public deserves transparency and accountability, not smoke and mirrors.
It’s essential to question why Garland would make such a move. Is it to genuinely seek justice, or is it a calculated strategy to protect the Biden family from potential legal repercussions? The American people deserve answers.
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