YES! Garland Totally Rattled On Camera as GOP Holds Him in Contempt, DOJ on Defense for First Time

YES! Garland Totally Rattled On Camera as GOP Holds Him in Contempt, DOJ on Defense for First Time
YES! Garland Totally Rattled On Camera as GOP Holds Him in Contempt, DOJ on Defense for First Time
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In an unprecedented move, Attorney General Merrick Garland finds himself on the defensive as House Republicans vote to hold him in contempt of Congress. Visibly rattled, Garland asserts that the Department of Justice is a “fundamental institution of our democracy” and does not need to comply with congressional subpoenas. The defiant stance comes amidst growing tension between the DOJ and GOP-led House Committees seeking audio recordings of President Biden’s interview with Special Counsel Robert Hur. Garland’s refusal to cooperate has sparked a fierce debate over the limits of executive privilege and the role of congressional oversight. Former Gorsuch clerk Mike Davis joins the conversation, arguing that Republicans have successfully put the Biden Justice Department on the defensive for the first time. As the battle over transparency and accountability intensifies, the American people are left to wonder what secrets the Biden administration is trying to hide. Join us as we delve into this unfolding political drama and its far-reaching implications for the balance of power in Washington. Don’t miss our special report, where we’ll provide in-depth analysis and expert commentary on this critical moment in our nation’s history.

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