The Biden regime has fully weaponized the entire justice system and it is a growing malignancy. There is one system of justice for democrats and the left and another for Republicans and the right. Serious weaponization of the Justice Department took hold under the Obama regime but has gotten completely out of control. One manifestation can easily be seen in the Steve Bannon saga.
Bannon was indicted for contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena.
Stephen K. Bannon was indicted today by a federal grand jury on two counts of contempt of Congress stemming from his failure to comply with a subpoena issued by the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol.
Bannon faces up to two years in jail and fines of $2000. The potential lengthy incarceration seems out of balance with the relatively low fine. That’s not the only thing out of balance. There are previous instances which have gone in a very different direction.
Lois Lerner (D) admitted using the IRS to target conservatives. She was found in Contempt of Congress when she defied a subpoena from the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Was she indicted? No.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia has notified House Speaker John Boehner that it won’t bring contempt of Congress charges against Lois Lerner, former Internal Revenue Service official who asserted her right to decline to answer questions during a congressional hearing.
You might remember the name Eric Holder (D). He was held in Contempt of Congress for refusing to turn over requested documents about the Fast and Furious debacle. His fate? Nothing. A Federal judge refused to indict him.
The Republican Bannon? No such luck. After all, he was a friend of Trump.
A great number of non-violent protesters and even some who never entered the Capitol on Jan 6 were put into solitary confinement and denied both due process and a right to a speedy trial.
The FBI has been completely corrupted.
The FBI sat on evidence about Jeffrey Epstein.
What did the Justice Department have on Epstein? The answers can be found in a 2008 lawsuit in which two of Epstein’s alleged victims in Doe v. U.S. sued the United States for violating their rights under the federal Crime Victims’ Rights Act. In particular, they claimed the government violated their right to confer during the negotiation of the non-prosecution agreement and failed to inform the victims that Epstein’s state plea would end the federal case. The victims also claimed the government “violated their right to be treated with fairness” by concealing the non-prosecution agreement.
The FBI sat on evidence about Seth Rich
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has files from the laptop computer belonging to Seth Rich, a Democratic National Committee (DNC) employee who was killed in 2016, according to a new email. The bureau also has tens of thousands of documents mentioning Rich.
The FBI was accomplice to the Steele dossier and Russian collusion hoax.
And that’s not the half of it. The Senate Judiciary Committee, at the same time it disclosed Strzok’s notes, also released a lengthy internal FBI memorandum detailing that Steele had immense credibility problems. In particular, his reporting was based on third-hand (or even less reliable) hearsay and innuendo. It was funneled to him through a sub-source who told the FBI, in a lengthy February 2017 interview, that the dossier claims were exaggerations and innuendo gussied up to seem like real intelligence.
Yet, despite knowing that, far from dropping its bogus investigation, the FBI doubled down, seeking new warrants in April and June, failing to correct its misrepresentations. It is a shocking black eye for American law enforcement and intelligence agencies. The Justice Department’s criminal investigation is said to be reaching its conclusion. Americans need answers.
The FBI absolutely buried Hunter Biden’s laptop
During his three-year tenure, FBI Director Christopher Wray allegedly has made a habit of covering up for Obama administration officials. He kept documents from Rep. Devin Nunes’s (R-Calif.) probe of the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation. Wray also allegedly withheld records from Michael Flynn’s lawyer, Sidney Powell, that showed how Obama’s bureau had framed her client, including the notes of an FBI agent documenting Joe Biden’s involvement. It’s improbable that Wray would greenlight an investigation of the former vice president’s son.
The Hunter Biden case appears to fall into the performative category. After the New York Post published damning excerpts from correspondence found on the laptop, the bureau needed to show it was in hot pursuit. But it wasn’t. Otherwise, the FBI would have interviewed Bobulinski, whose name is on correspondence found on the laptop, long before last month’s kabuki show.
So, if there was no real investigation, why did the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware, a state dominated by Joe Biden for nearly half a century, issue a grand jury subpoena for the laptop? As grand jury material, it could be kept under wraps.
The FBI smothered exculpatory video of Kyle Rittenhouse. They “lost” it:
Unseen footage taken by the FBI from the night of the shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin, surfaced on Tuesday during day one of Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial. According to Jack Posobiec of Human Events, the FBI allegedly had an HD version of the video but never told the Rittenhouse defense it existed.
Then FBI Director James Comey killed any potential prosecution of Hillary Clinton:
FBI Director James Comey announced Tuesday that despite evidence Hillary Clinton was “extremely careless” in her handling of classified emails on a private server, the bureau will not recommend to the Department of Justice that criminal charges be brought against the former secretary of state.
“Our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case,” Comey said.
Then-AG Loretta Lynch teed Comey up
Lynch told Holt that because of her tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton, she would have recused herself from the Hillary Clinton case if legal experts had advised her to do so, but they did not. Instead, Lynch said at the time she would accept the FBI’s recommendations on whether prosecution was warranted in the Hillary Clinton case.
A heavily armed FBI SWAT team arrested Trump adviser Roger Stone (who is in his late 60’s)
Watching the FBI’s pre-dawn arrest of infamous political fixer Roger Stone was like watching a particularly hackneyed Hollywood dud: Twenty-nine officers or agents, armed as heavily as B-actors with Navy-SEAL envy, approached Stone’s house as if on a dangerous commando mission. One would have thought they were trying to apprehend a murderous drug lord or a suspected terrorist.
“It was absolutely ridiculous,” said ex-FBI agent Peter Yachmetz. “Doing it at 6 o’clock is extremely early. They were trying to get a point across and it was leaked to CNN. Why?
“It was inappropriate and improper,” added Yachmetz, an agent for three decades. “I cannot recall banging on anyone’s door at 6 a.m. for a white-collar crime. I did do it once in a kidnapping and extortion case.”
James O’Keefe was roughed up by the FBI in a search for information about Ashley Biden’s diary:
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe appeared on “Hannity” for his first interview since the FBI raided his home on Saturday morning as part of a federal investigation into the missing diary of President Biden‘s daughter, Ashley Biden.
“I woke up to a pre-dawn raid,” O’Keefe told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Monday. “Banging on my door, I went to my door to answer the door and there were ten FBI agents with a battering ram, white blinding lights, they turned me around, handcuffed me and threw me against the hallway. I was partially clothed in front of my neighbors. They confiscated my phone. They raided my apartment. On my phone were many of my reporters’ notes. A lot of my sources unrelated to this story and a lot of confidential donor information to our news organization.”
In the diary Ashley Biden says her father showered with her inappropriately.
The FBI immediately “leaked” Project Veritas documents to the NY Times
An attorney for the founder of Project Veritas has accused the Department of Justice of tipping off the New York Times about recent raids on current and former employees, while suggesting federal prosecutors may have also leaked the group’s legal communications.
Project Veritas, the conservative activist group founded by James O’Keefe, has come under federal scrutiny in relation to the alleged theft of the diary of President Joe Biden‘s daughter Ashley, which the group considered publishing but never did.
The FBI conducted raids at O’Keefe’s New York home and those of others connected to Project Veritas early Saturday morning, seizing two of O’Keefe’s cell phones, among other items.
This appears to be revenge for coming into possession of Ashley Biden’s diary (which they did not publish). The NY Times promptly went on to do a hit piece on Project Veritas.
Contrast those events to the arrest of Michael Sussman, who was indicted for lying to the FBI about the phony Trump-Alfa bank connection. SWAT team? Nope Pre-dawn raid? Nope. Handcuffs? Nope.
Neither John Brennan nor John Clapper was punished for lying to Congress.
The White House is assisting efforts to paint parents concerned about what their kids are taught as domestic terrorists. Merrick Garland has directed the FBI to “use its authority” to harass these parents and worse.
The thread that weaves through all of the events is painfully obvious. Saying the scales of Justice are tipped heavily in favor of democrats would be vastly understating it.
The Justice system has been completely perverted. The FBI has become the KGB. The Biden regime has become the Politburo. We’re in a very bad place.