January 25, 2023
The two-tier justice system in our country has never been more evident than in recent weeks following revelations regarding President Biden’s reported criminal mishandling of classified documents.
Yet, we hear empty epithets from Merrick Garland and Christopher Wray — things like “traditions and principles” spewed from the vaunted halls of Justice. These two “government gangsters” and other so-called “defenders of national security” have created a system that destroys justice rather than upholding it by applying their meaningless traditions and principles to the Biden investigation.
As a sitting president and now the target of a criminal investigation, Biden has publicly stated “there is no there there,” while his personal attorneys are allowed full control of the scene. In what world do we want this to be the traditions and principles of justice, where the accused defines the parameters of the constitution?
I worked on numerous national security cases and as the former Deputy Director of National Intelligence and Federal prosecutor, it is clear that the Biden matter is at the intersection of these two worlds.
Mishandling classified information is a federal crime, period. One of the most concerning revelations in the wake of this scandal is that these classified documents have been on the move in the wild for years. Each person that moved them, each place they were stored is another separate crime.
Basic investigatory steps such as the issuance of search warrants for every location Biden and Hunter ever touched, have been jettisoned without legal cause. By doing so, Garland and Wray seek to uphold their traditions and principles of government corruption.
Why should anyone care about any of this? We have now learned these classified documents have been found at many locations and span back decades of intelligence matters.
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