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Garland ‘More Than Willing’ To Appear Before Jordan’s Judiciary Committee: If He Can Find the Time

Back in mid-January, Rep Jim Jordan sent a letter to AG Merrick Garland, asking him to appear before the House Judiciary Committee4. Jordan claims he has never received a response even though Merrick maintains he is anxious to appear before the Committee. Garland told Rep. Ben Cline (R-VA) that he is working to find a date and time that works for him and the committee. I don’t see how that is possible since no response was sent to the committee over the past 10 weeks.

Cline wrote to Garland:

“My chairman, Mr. Jordan, has asked me to ask you about a letter he sent back in January, asking you to appear before his committee. He has not gotten a response to that letter.”

Garland responded:

“Of course, I’m going to appear before the House Judiciary Committee.”

Again, I don’t see how that is possible if there was no response to Jordan. I think Garland is just trying to run out the clock. It’s not as if he is tackling the problem of the skyrocketing crime numbers. Of course, Garland is busy labeling fathers who are mad as his 13-year-old daughter was raped in a girl’s bathroom by a boy in a skirt and labeling him as a domestic terrorist. He can’t fathom why parents could hold school officials responsible just because they tried to cover up the rape. And of course, trying to cover for the Biden crime family must eat up a lot of his time.

 From The Daily Wire

In early February, Jordan announced subpoenas against certain Biden administration officials, including Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray, seeking documents over the alleged targeting of parents at school board meetings.

The Justice Department issued a combative response, saying the subpoenas were “premature” because the agency “offered to engage with the Committee and provide information voluntarily.”

The House Judiciary Committee and its Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government issued a preliminary staff report this month that found, based on materials obtained through the subpoenas, that federal law enforcement had “no legitimate basis” for Garland’s memo in October 2021 sharing plans to have the FBI, U.S. attorneys, and others to meet and strategize about addressing threats to school officers around the country.

Republicans in particular have raised concerns that the Biden administration was inappropriately targeting parents speaking out at school board meetings. During his exchange on Wednesday with Cline, Garland insisted the memo was “aimed at violence and threats of violence” and not “aimed at parents protesting to their school boards.”






7 Responses

    1. Amen! If there was at least one Republican Rep with enough guts, that’s what would happen! But, alas, there doesn’t seem to be anyone with a big enough pair to get the job done. God help America!

  1. Typical Biden administration democrat. When the going get rough, go hide because they are too busy for confrontation.

  2. All the house has to do is defund the DOJ completely. I’ll bet Garland would all of a sudden find time to show. The house has the power to do that, don’t they?

  3. He CAN find the time, if he wants to. Claiming be is more than willing to appear before a Congressional committee “if he can find the time”, is like claiming he is willing to brief the President, if he can find the time.

  4. He CAN find the time to testify to Congress like he can find the time to appear at the White House.

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