UNBREAKING: DOJ determines AG Garland did NOT commit a crime

I know you’re going to be shocked by this because it’s completely and totally unexpected, but the DOJ has made an official determination that the head of the DOJ, AG Garland, did not commit a crime in not allowing Congress to have the audio of Joe Biden’s interview with Robert Hur.

Here’s the news from The Hill:

The Justice Department (DOJ) issued a determination Friday that Attorney General Merrick Garland committed no crime in failing to meet the demands of House Republicans who subpoenaed audio of President Biden’s conversation with special counsel Robert Hur.

The determination is in line with a memo from the DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel that stated Biden’s claim of executive privilege over the tapes protected Garland from prosecution. That memo publicly surfaced hours before all but one House Republican approved a resolution to hold Garland in contempt of Congress, an effort to kick off prosecution of the attorney general.

However, such resolutions act as a referral to the Justice Department, which must then determine whether grounds exist for criminal charges — in this case with the DOJ strongly rebuffing the request in a three-page letter.

“Consistent with this longstanding position and uniform practice, the Department has determined that the responses by Attorney General Garland to the subpoenas issued by the Committees did not constitute a crime, and accordingly the Department will not bring the congressional contempt citation before a grand jury or take any other action to prosecute the Attorney General,” Carlos Uriarte, the DOJ’s head of legislative affairs, wrote in the letter.

I’m shocked, SHOCKED to find corruption in the DOJ! I never saw it coming that the corrupt DOJ would not be willing to prosecute their corrupt boss for protecting the corrupt man wandering around the Oval Office looking for the resolute desk.

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