Brit Hume: AG Garland ‘weak as water’

When Donald Trump was in office, Democrats regularly accused the Attorney General’s office of doing his bidding for him.

I believe the record shows, however, that was not the case.

If anything, both Sessions and Barr went out of their way to NOT get involved in cases that would seem to be politically motivated.

That, according to Fox News’ Brit Hume, is not the case with Merrick Garland.

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When the John Durham probe was announced, Democrats went nuts, calling it politically motivated.

Time, however, has proven that not to be true.

While still not really netting any big fish, Durham’s investigation has proven that the Russian collusion narrative goes at least as high as Hillary Clinton, and it could still possibly lead to both Barack Obama and Joe Biden.

Even so, Democrats continued to portray the AG’s office as political, then came along Merrick Garland.

Garland, a former nominee for the Supreme Court, vowed it would be independent, and Joe Biden said he would stay out of Garland’s business.

The complete opposite has happened.

The latest example is Garland going after parents unhappy about Critical Race Theory being taught at their schools.

Biden now has another possible nightmare on his hands, but the power to truly investigate the matter lies in the hands of Garland, and Fox News’ Brit Hume does not seem to have very much faith that we will see anything close to an honest investigation here, calling Garland “weak as water.”

You can hear the full segment in the video below…

What do you think? Will Garland kill any investigation before it branched out to Biden?

Do you think he will ever investigate Hunter Biden?

Answer in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News

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