If Merrick Garland Doesn’t Start Prosecuting The Federal Crimes Committed By Donald Trump, His Friends, And Family, He Should Admit He Is Too Timid To Be The Attorney General Willing To Stand Up To Trump. Rulings By Judges This Week Validate That Civil And Criminal Cases Against Donald Trump Can Move Forward. These Cases Are Not ” Withhunts”. Judges Reject “Withhunt Cases” Like The Cases Donald Trump Introduces To The Courts That Get Thrown Out Almost 100% Of The Time. Most Cases Brought Against Trump Are Judged As Credible. The Avalanche of Crimes Trump Has Openly Committed Make It Easy To Announce A Formal DOJ Investigation And In Some Cases Charge Him. Where Is Garland?
William Barr executed his power with possible political illegalities and disrespect for the norms of democracy. However despicable and dangerous he was, he gets credit for being boldly assertive without concern about how the public or Democrats viewed his behaviors. In contrast, Merrick Garland is insulting the Constitution with his passivity, and Americans lose patience and trust in him. He has arrested enough Jan. 6th rioters. It is time to move into the next phase of Justice. It’s long past the time for the DOJ to take action on holding Trump accountable for the crimes he has been caught doing and to save America from the his assaults on the Constitution.
He destroyed presidentsl records and removed classified files from the White House. He violated the Presidential Records Act. That’s a law broken; Prosecute him.
He called the Georgia Secretary of State and his him to find enough votes for him to win the state election. That’s a broken law; Election interference. Prosecute him.
He incited the Jan. 6th Capitol Attack and did nothing to stop the violence. That’s a broken law; Causing an Insurrection. Prosecute him.
These acts happened. There is evidence. The slow-moving process by Garland is not seeking justice. The slow pace and lack of DOJ action allow Trump’s criminal behavior to feel normalized and the public’s expectation of him being above the law.